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Upcoming Events

After another interesting year 2021 has drawn to a close. I would like to thank everyone who purchased my products either through my online shop or in person. I especially would like to thank all of you that took time out to visit me in person at the amazing fairs that I attended.

A very Happy New Year to you all and here is hoping that 2022 is a great year for us all. I hope that I will be able to see many more of you in person at the many events I plan to attend.

Check back regularily to see where you will be able to find me as I will be updating the list of events as soon as I can.


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Sarah Darnell Photographer

Wildlife Photographer at Rectory Farm

I met Sarah Darnell at the Creake Abbey Summer Craft Fair 2021. She had an amazing stand, selling her very professional wildlife greeting cards.
Sarah is a Norfolk based photographer specialising in wildlife, the beautiful landscape & countryside activities of the county.
We got chatting and I invited her to take some photographs of my goats.

Audrey has her own mind, when she doesnt want to do something you know about it!!!


Boris just chewing the cud
Don’t forget about me. Photo bombing her way in…
Miscanthus the goat always putting her nose in everyone elses business
When you love your best friend

If you want some fantastic wildlife prints then head over to Sarah Darnell’s website


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Goat Inspiration – Witten by

I had a great time meeting Zoe’s herd of dairy goats, I was really looking forward to getting back to the studio and looking through the photographs I had taken. The British Alpine and British Toggenburg’s are really striking with their facial markings and I know will look great in a print. I have drawn Zoe’s British Alpine’s before and I know that their monochrome colouring works really well in a print, The logo that I created for Zoe is of one of British Alpine’s and it is really eye catching!

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 The logo I have recently designed for Zoe, featuring one of her British Alpine’s.

Pencil sketch of a British Alpine doe.

Pencil sketch of British Toggenburg doe.

The final print of the British Alpine doe created with hand stamps.

The final print of the British Toggenburg doe.

I am really pleased with how the final prints turned out, I think they are really bold and eye catching. It won’t be long until I will be ready to complete a second ‘Over The Farm Gate’ card collection and I think these will look great on greetings cards.

I would like to say another BIG thank you to Zoe for taking the time to introduce me to her goats.