Meg's Animal Board

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Meg's Animal Board

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My daughter Meg asked me to make her an animal board, never knowing that I had already started saving many animal images to give her a board as a gift!  In Meg’s Animal Board you will find a variety of animals as well as art periods.  Read to the end here, and you will also find out about the girl who inspired it and our own animals who went before the development of this art piece.

The elephants are quite amazing here, and the birds in this board are varied and interesting.   There is a wonderful mother octopus with her tentacle arm around her baby octopus in the upper left as well as a design from surfaces found at the Pompeii ruins.  You will see fierce and predatory animals as well as cute and adorable.  There is even a Dodo bird found with a bit of a search.  There are few humans featured, though some are included where they are part of the story or where it would have been more awkward to remove them.   

I have tried to include great detailed description in art form on Meg’s Animal Board.  Snarling and savage is in close proximity to purring and precious; delightfully imagined is depicted as well as strikingly real.  This is a board to be enjoyed by all ages, whether in now grown up Meg’s office, above the fireplace in a nature-loving family’s TV room, or in a child’s bedroom.

Meg has her degree in Wildlife Biology and has always loved the natural world and especially the animals in it.  Dogs are the main animals in her life now, but growing up she/we had cats, dogs, fish, parrots, a tortoise, hermit crabs, a hedgehog, and mudskippers.  Countless other tadpoles, butterflies, salamanders, snails, and interesting bugs were brought in to admire for a day or so before releasing.  Meg’s Animal Board was the first item in my secular line.  She has the original, and we both enjoy thinking about the other like-minded folks who will also appreciate this grouping of animals.