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21/221  The "Fighting Temeraire" Tugged to her Last Berth to be Broken up - William Turner, 1839

The "Fighting Temeraire" Tugged to her Last Berth to be Broken up, Joseph Turner, 1839

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Daily Painters Abstract Gallery: Contemporary Abstract Landscape Painting "Serenity" by Intuitive Artist Joan Fullerton / reminds me of Newhall, CA

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The Blue Thatch - Moy Mackay Gallery ..♥♥.. From her home in the Scottish Borders, Moy fuels her passion for colour and texture with an unceasing inspiration drawn from her surroundings in the beautiful Tweed Valley, using merino fleece fibres in the same way that a painter uses brushstrokes. The result is a “felt painting” of extraordinary warmth and texture.

The Blue Thatch - Moy Mackay Gallery. Always seek "felt" art made from animal-free acrylic felt. Felt made from wool is stolen goods. So cruel to exploit, steal from, and harm sheep, just to make a pretty piece of art.

Here's a decorating idea that will grow over time as your family does. A family photo wall will form a decorative but personal focal point above a sofa - it's a great conversation starter for guests.

Living room with family photo wall

I love the idea of a family photo wall. My Mema Katie had an entire wall in her house covered with at least four generations of family pictures.