Showing posts from December, 2011

Merry Holidays, Happy Christmas...

Merry Christmas#2
Sheona Hamilton-Grant. 2011
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A great big "Happy Christmas and Merry Holidays" to everyone.
Thank you all for visiting my blog and FaceBook page throughout the year and taking the time to leave your comments.
Wishing everyone a great holiday season, and a fandabidosy 2012.

See you all again next year!

Holiday Gift Ideas

Do you have a few equine art fans on your list and still haven't found the perfect Christmas gift?
How about an outstanding quality piece of artwork...
Here are three outstanding artists whose work hangs beautifully in every home, have made many an animal lover's heart beat faster and make wonderful, unique gifts.

Spell bounding quality equine paintings will greet you in Canadian Equine Artist Linda Shantz art world. Her work will have you drifting off into a world of equine beauty, calm and serenity. Visit her website and be prepared to be transported into a world of equine warmth, elegance and harmony .

Linda Shantz. 2010
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In time for the festive season, her studio is currently offering an online December Celebration. Until December the 18th, a 25% discount will be given on any of the paintings found in both Linda's Thirty Horses, Thirty Days blog and in her Red Willow Gallery blog.

Should a world of Black and White tempt you, Ne…

Time and no time

Bonfire Night Sheona Hamilton-Grant. All rights reserved.
Wind, wind, whirl, whirl, mad, fun, mad, fun, STOP, BREATHE, wind, wind, whirl, whirl, mad, fun, mad, fun....Still alive and scribbling. Must admit to having been shut away deep in my cave creating all sorts of portraits. Sadly due to the top secret nature of the drawings in progress, I cannot reveal their identity until the New-Year... BUT... I do have some images of mine I can and would love to share. January 2010, I started my photoblog Sheona Ann Photography on Pixyblog. A mish mash of the beauty I see daily.
My passion for photography started in my late teens when my Dad lent me his old Zenith "to try" and helped me set up a wee dark room in the corner of the garage. Good old traditional manual photography. Today, the Zenith has been replaced by a Canon and my dark room by Lightroom. I may have moved with the times but my passion is still very much "up-to-date".
Off back to the drawing board, nearly done wi…