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Sorry Mum, I didn't mean to get old

Sorry Mum, I didn't mean to get old

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  • lovely painting of a good old girl. lovely face which quite moved me . Hope she has a few happy years yet. give her a pat from me.

    Posted by Syd Edward on Fri 18 Nov 20:38:38
  • Hi Helen lovely painting . I hope he gets well , my little dog is 14 his eyesight bad and his hearing and hes wobbly . He breaksmy heart but we give him a lot of love and treasure each day hes with us .

    Posted by dennis roberts on Fri 18 Nov 20:41:54
  • Thanks Syd and Dennis - she's pretty resilient, 13 years old (pretty good for a Lab) deaf as a post but rejuvenated by a new squeaky tennis ball which must reverberate through her teeth! The bit that made me melancholy was painting those eyes with the grey reflection of her cataracts, but she's always had a sad face so I'm used to the gloomy features!!

    Posted by Helen Melia on Fri 18 Nov 21:22:45
  • Your love for your dog shines through in this painting Helen. Hope all goes well, I've been through this a few times it doesn't get easier.

    Posted by Carole Swingler on Fri 18 Nov 22:11:18
  • Such a great painting Helen, she looks so lovely I'm sure you will treasure this in years to come. My dog is 14, a good age, he's actually looking like an old man now with grey around his eyes and arthritis. I hope your lovely dog keeps going for a good while yet.

    Posted by Margaret Beynon on Sat 19 Nov 15:44:51
  • Oh don't - you're breaking my heart as I know what it is like to be facing that sort of thing with a dog. Beautiful heartfelt portrait and I am really feeling the passionate sentiment that motivated you to do it. Wishing all the luck in the world to your lovely friend.

    Posted by Thea Cable on Sun 20 Nov 11:45:00
  • Expression well captured. Lovely portrait.

    Posted by Georgiana CHU on Mon 21 Nov 12:26:31