The First Signs of Autumn

Sweet Slumber by Alison Fennell 2011
When that cooler crisp chill is suddenly felt it whisks me back to school days and going off with my brand new satchel and uniform. Noticing the ferns smelling more acrid after a long summer of green now turning rusty and the joy of arriving home at the end of the day to a nice warm kitchen and Mum to talk to.
Autumn Moon by Alison Fennell 1999
Animals now beginning to look to their provisions for the changing season and storing food and preparing a cosy warm nest. This fox is one such image that says hibernation to me – here he is curled up and warm – snuggled in his den. This fox is currently available as a full colour 8x10inch frame ready print – click here to see him. More animal images in natural colour on white backgrounds can be found if you would like to come and see them at my online gallery 
A lovely pile of conkers!

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12 thoughts on “The First Signs of Autumn

  1. Your fox looks co comfy! and rather like my daughter's new small dog…And I LOVE your landscape! To me that's even more evocative than the fox!
    We can't smell autumn yet here, but some of the leaves are starting to turn and the evenings are (boo! hoo!) drawing in.

  2. Your fox looks co comfy! and rather like my daughter's new small dog…And I LOVE your landscape! To me that's even more evocative than the fox!
    We can't smell autumn yet here, but some of the leaves are starting to turn and the evenings are (boo! hoo!) drawing in.

  3. Thanks Jenny – I do like that one and have done many landscapes – I will get around to more at som e point! A x

    By the way – I tried to post about your gallery of oils on your blog but its playing up and this is what I said – Oh Jenny – these are looking the bees knees now! How beautiful and stylish they look! I am so chuffed that I own 2! Alison

  4. Thanks Jenny – I do like that one and have done many landscapes – I will get around to more at som e point! A x

    By the way – I tried to post about your gallery of oils on your blog but its playing up and this is what I said – Oh Jenny – these are looking the bees knees now! How beautiful and stylish they look! I am so chuffed that I own 2! Alison

  5. I love the landscape painting you included on this post. You should definitely do some more landscape paintings, this one is beautiful. Jenny x

  6. I love the landscape painting you included on this post. You should definitely do some more landscape paintings, this one is beautiful. Jenny x

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