Sabot L'ours (sabotlours) wrote,
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England Pics - Furry Art

I haven't even really started to go through all of the pics I took on the trip, so I thought I would do a quick post about some of the furry art I was exposed to on the first couple of days upon our arrival. On the Saturday we arrived we did a brief walk around the neighborhood to check out stores and restaurants nearby. We discovered Sainsbury's which I described as the Wal-Mart of England. The one nice thing was that they had some really cheap beer. I saw this and immediately bought a 6-pack.

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And from the Badger Brewery, no less! It was a pretty decent brew for the money. My! That is one fursty ferret!

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The next day we took our bus trip to Bath and Stonehenge. As we were walked through town by our tour guide, my eye caught something in a gallery window. Upon completion of our walking tour and our tour of the baths, we went back to the gallery to get a closer look at what I had seen. It was a large print of this:

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I instantly fell in love. I thought it was from the artist Sophie Ryder who does wonderful anthro-rabbit sculptures, but it's actually Jon Tremaine. The price was about 400 pounds, and my practical side said, "No. Just buy a small print." I now regret my decision because I really enjoy the art. It would have been another 80 pounds to have it shipped to the States, but once again, I should have made the spontaneous buy. Here is another example of his work (which I also bought a small print):

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While in the studio, something else caught my eye. This buy was a no-brainer:

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This artist was Ben Rothery. I could have escaped the gallery with just the 3 prints, but then something else by him was also in the stack:

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Yeah...had to have it. So instead of buying a magnet with Big Ben on it, I end up buying a bunch of furry art.
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