First look at the Milk White Doe of Lady Sybil and the Milk White Doe
Well its nearly here only a few weeks to go before we open and all hands to the pumps. I'm still in a leg cast till Friday so frustration is setting in too but I will get there she says crossing fingers. These are images I am using to assess what I need to do I have a few props to go with them pieces and the goose has just gone in the kiln tonight!
This is Dildrum who has the bluest of eyes and quaker grey coloured fur with a rich plum colour to his nose and the tips of his ears.
The Dun Cow of Parlick lived on the hill and came down daily to feed the poor and needy with her milk. They were allowed to milk her gently and fill up a bucket or jug for their family put if they tried to take more she would swish her tail and stomp off indignantly. The Witch that lived close by was cross that the poor and needy went to the the Dun Cow instead of her so came up with a cunning plan to milk the Dun Cow dry.
Just a peek at the work going into the exhibition you'll have to come and see the exhibition to see the whole picture.