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Best Friends Print (Landscape)


Artwork brings a home to life, so it’s important to find that perfect picture for a particular space in your home.

We have carefully put together a great selection of prints for you to choose from.

If you are looking for a small gift then our 25cm x 20cm (10 x 8 inch) mounted prints are a great choice at £20 as they include a copy of the poem and come packed with a mount and backing board making them easy to post. We offer a large unmounted print that we post in a tube, perfect for those who have their own frames.

For something extra special, take a look at the fantastic high quality Signature Range. These are a luxury range of prints available mounted or completely framed, all hand signed by the artist and have a certificate of authenticity and the accompanying story.

Whatever your wall space or budget you are sure to find something from our range of prints and frames to suit your needs.

Signature Square Mounted Print: 400mm x 400mm (Inside aperture 300mm x 300mm)
Mounted Print: 255mm x 205mm (Inside aperture 145mm x 95mm)
Unmounted Print: 300mm x 220mm

Each print comes with a copy of the poem

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Best Friends

Little Hare was out collecting healing herbs and flowers from her ancient woodland home. A blackbird sang to her as it flew off from a branch of elderberry into the forget-me-not blue sky.
Early sunshine happily streamed through the oak tree as its old wise limbs creaked and leaves rustled. The air was warm and full of soft humming from the bees and whispering breeze.
As she daintily made her way on her soft paws the earth was deliciously rich and full of new wildflowers emerging from beneath. She tried not to disturb the bluebells as she bent down to pick up three acorns which she carefully placed in her satchel, for they carried the spirit of the Oak Tree.
Suddenly she heard a muffled cry, and, looking around, spotted a bright young Fox sitting holding his foot in pain. He had a gloriously bushy tail and twinkly amber eyes.  With a quick hop and a leap she was by his side, “my dear little Fox what have you done?” she asked.  “I caught it in the Bramble Bush” said the Fox regretfully. “I was collecting juicy blackberries and tore it on a thorn”.
“Let me help you”, said Hare kindly, and gently took his fluffy foot which had a nasty cut, “I have a remedy for that”. She rummaged in her satchel and pulled out a little jar of honey, sugar and a little wooden spoon with a silver bell on the end and swiftly mixed up a paste.
Hare looked about, then skipped across the tree roots to a clump of wild foxgloves. Carefully she picked a few of the bell-shaped flowers and leaves. She brought them back to Fox and crumpled the leaves into the paste which she then spread onto his wounded foot with the little spoon. “Foxgloves are plants of the fairies”, she explained, “they will heal you with their magic, but best not to lick your foot” she warned, “they are quite potent”.
The little Fox signed in relief but still looked sad, so Hare took the last few flowers and popped each one on the end of his paws and said “look! Now you have Fox Gloves ha ha!”
The Fox laughed and laughed feeling much better. Would you like to come to tea? He asked. “ I am making a delicious Blackberry crumble. “I would be delighted “ said Hare, and taking his arm they made their way through the woods. They spent that afternoon baking crumble and drinking sweet mint tea. And from that day on, the Fox and the Hare became the very best of friends.


All artwork and poems copyright protected by the Artist. Sarah Reilly, Love Country by Sarah Reilly. All rights reserved.


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