Best friend


I can tell he had a lovely character Malcolm ... some dogs stay in our hearts for ever.

He has a lovely face, Malcolm. I can still feel what it was like to sit with my arm around my labrador,Harry.

A beautiful tribute to a dear friend Malcolm , because that’s what they are.

Many thanks Heather, Marjorie and Fiona and yes they are not dogs they are true friends, I often feel he still walks with me, he is buried at the bottom of my garden in a shrubbery where he often use to hide in, it is now just outside my studio so he is always close.

He really is so beautiful. You have portrayed in his eyes how much of a devoted pal he was. You can see he was devoted to you.

A lovely drawing of a beautiful dog, Malcolm. As has been said, they stay in our hearts.

Precious. Thank you for sharing.

Thank you Denise, Anne and Diane much appreciated, for people who have seen my work on the gallery they will know mountains etc are my thing but I just felt a little tribute was needed for my old friend who I wish was here in these trying times.

Lovely dog, I love dogs too, they are our best friends.

A beautiful looking doggy friend Malcolm, sensitively drawn. We do miss our great friends when their life is done.

Thank you so much for those lovely sentiments Kwok and Carole our friends leave big gaps in our lives when they go on their final walk.

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This is a drawing of Misty who was for many years my constant companion both on and off the mountains, he was a Border Collie who I got as a pup from working parents a better friend I could not have had and he got me through some bad times when I was ill, when he passed I never replaced him.

About the Artist
Malcolm Buckley

I have always loved the outdoors and have climbed and walked in various places in the world, after giving numerous slide shows and talks about my trips to raise money for charity, i realised the slides and photos did not do what i saw justice, so I decided to start trying to paint. I am self taught…

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