For some inspiration - the Gallery page includes photographs of previously hand painted adaptations and commissions. To give an idea of what can be achieved.
Limousin & British Blue Cattle have replaced the Friesian Cows. Along with my clients farmhouse and dogs.
Dexter bullocks have replaced the original Friesian cows. My clients own background scenery, farmhouse, sheep, pony and dogs make this a truly personal scene.
A smaller version of the Milk Cattle scene. Showing my clients beautiful modern kitchen, where style meets tradition.
Suffolk Sheep have replaced the cows in this adaptation of 'Cow Lane'. Lilac was added to the hedgerows to tie in with my clients Aga, and a selection of single tile Hens & Cockerels complete the theme.
My clients Herdwick sheep, 4WD, dogs and house complete a personalised Cow Lane adaptation.
Several sheep breeds have replaced the Friesian cows. Along with my clients stunning background scenery, dogs, horses and tractor.
SITTING PIGS ADAPTATIONS
Make the Pigs larger, smaller or add some Piglets. This scene works especially well when a larger space needs to be tiled.
Click here to view the original 'Sitting Pigs' on the Catalogue page.
Sitting Pigs with Rhode Island Hens.
A lively adaptation of 'Sitting Pigs', complete with Saddleback and Gloucester Old Spot piglets.
A smaller version of ‘Sitting Pigs’.
Shown with blue background hedges and green grass.
A larger version of the 'Sitting Pigs' panel complete with Piglets.
FARMYARD SCENE ADAPTATIONS
The 'Farmyard Scene' can be altered in many ways. Numerous variations can make this a very personalised scene.
Click here to view the original 'Farmyard Scene' on the Catalogue page.
A new forest background scenery with my clients own barn, dogs and hens make a personalised Farmyard Scene.
My clients beautiful Irish scenery. An old blue Ford tractor and a variety of animal breeds makes a stunning adaptation of the 'Farmyard' scene.
Based on the original Farmyard scene, using photographs of my clients background scenery, Hereford cattle and two dogs.
An adaptation of the ‘Watermeadow scene' depicting ‘Long Horn Cattle. Shown on 4” Tiles.
A colourful adaptation of the Watermeadow Scene. Each scene was placed either side of a window.
FARM ANIMAL ADAPTATIONS
There are many combinations to choose from, including changing the background setting and adding breeds of animals of your choice.
Click here to view the original 'Farm Animal' range on the Catalogue Page.
Herefords and a Piglet hand painted onto a Sitting Pigs background.
Not exactly an adaptation of my Lying Friesian Cow panel; but an inspiring installation, using dado moulding, along with metro / subway tiles.
A 4 tile Light Sussex Cockerel with hens. An alternative to the 'Farm Animal' range.
A 9 tile Geese panel. Surrounded by plain off-white tiles.
An 8 tile mini scene depicting 'Maran Hens'
Designed to compliment the 'Farm Animal' range.
Tying in with the ‘Sitting Pigs’ we have a pair of ‘Suffolk Ewes’. Any combination of animals may be used in this way.
A selection of paintings created using my clients own photographs and ideas.
'Harvesting' sets the theme for this stunning scene. Hand painted from a photograph.
My clients beautiful house, garden and dogs. Hand painted from photographs.
Stunning Welsh scenery with Welsh Black Cattle hand painted from photographs.
Idyllic Welsh countryside complete with my clients own sheep.
My clients beautiful background scenery, complete with village church and two black Labradors.
Friesian Cows, Border Collies and my clients own Farm house make this a personalised scene.
My clients own design. Hand painted using personal photographs; make this a charming special commission.
Suffolk Ewes and a Bluefaced Leicester personalise this country scene.
A stunning hand painted commission of a prize ‘Long horn’ Bull.
A stunning personalised scene. Hand painted using my clients photographs and design.
My clients beautiful surrounding scenery, hand painted from photographs.
‘Hares’ in a wheat field, hand painted from pictures collected by my client.
A selection of Black and White Cockerels and Hens sets a distinct theme.