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Cosette, the labradoodle is dressed for the Kentucky Derby. She is seen here wearing a couture silk purple hat with large purple and violet feathers, as well as flowers.

Doodle To The Derby

Labradoodle Trudy To The Derby, mixed media painting by Michele Avanti   Trudy the labradoodle is decked out in her fancy purple feathered hat complete with pink ribbons waiting for the Kentucky Derby to begin. It is a hot day and though she has already had three mint juleps, she pants a little as the puparazzi take her picture.

Labradoodle Trudy To The Derby, mixed media painting by Michele Avanti Trudy the labradoodle is decked out in her fancy purple feathered hat complete with pink ribbons waiting for the Kentucky Derby to begin. It is a hot day and though she has already had three mint juleps, she pants a little as the puparazzi take her picture.

Here is Lady Snowshoe from my Cats In Hats series. She is dressed to the nines in her fancy feathered hat, silk veil and gold & emerald fleur de lis brooch. Lady Snowshoe is a princess, you can see her castle in the background.

Lady Snowshoe

Lady Snowshoe, Michele Avanti from my Cats In Hats series. She is dressed to the nines in her fancy feathered hat, silk veil and gold & emerald fleur de lis brooch. Lady Snowshoe is a princess, you can see her castle in the background.

Bubo virginianus: January and early February is mating time for the great horned owl. The male and female call to each other during courtship.   They use the abandoned nests of other birds, usually hawks or crows. The female lays two to three eggs. She will raise one family each year. Both the male and female incubate the eggs and provide food for the owlets.

Great Horned Owl (bubo Virginianus) Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Michele Westmorland

Children bewitched by Harry Potter have gone on a wild spree of owl-napping – apparently taking the birds as pets in a mad effort to emulate the fictional boy wizard.

Cape Eagle-owl Photograph  - Cape Eagle-owl Fine Art Print

Cape Eagle-owl

Cape Eagle-owl Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Shelly OBrien

Golden Eagle is 40" x 30", oil on linen This painting is a continuation of my 'Top Hat" series. In the 1880's The Powers That Be in the United States Government would invite American Indian leaders to Washington. There they were given gifts such as clothing, flags, hats etc. The recipient would then use these items as they saw fit. This hat is decorated with parts of a flag, an emblem from a helmet, ribbons and feathers See my Blog http://khendersonart2.blogspot.com

Golden Eagle is 40" x 30", oil on linen This painting is a continuation of my 'Top Hat" series. In the 1880's The Powers That Be in the United States Government would invite American Indian leaders to Washington. There they were given gifts such as clothing, flags, hats etc. The recipient would then use these items as they saw fit. This hat is decorated with parts of a flag, an emblem from a helmet, ribbons and feathers See my Blog http://khendersonart2.blogspot.com

My fav face she's painted...Years Have Gone by K Henderson - Artist Daily

Years Have Gone, 20 x oil on linen This Plains Indian wears eagle feathers and has white face paint. K henderson

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