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“Hope” Poem Print – bold floral wall art
I felt like we needed this right now. Art to bring us hope, adorned with beautifully rendered, watercolour flowers. This print features the poem by Lakes poet Emily Dickenson: “Hope is the thing with feathers that perches in … Continued
Dads and Dogs Father’s Day Card
Virtual hugs Card – social isolation card
Dog and squirrel print – Ode to a squirrel – cockerpoo lovers gift
Dog and squirrel printAnother belting verse, this time not by Steven Corbett but (apparently) by Mabel Corbett age 7 and a half. Penned by our cockerpoo to express the frustrations she faces as NEVER being able to catch that darn squirrel! "Nimble nemesis Furry tailed felon Through the leaves, we run Is it life or death? Or are we just having fun? Why do I chase you? Is it just because I can? Is it free will? Or part of God's plan?" ©StevenCorbett Illustrated by Helena and featuring a simple autumn scene this print makes a wonderful gift for dog lovers and squirel lovers alike! One day Mabel, one day. Available as an unframed, A4 print. Printed onto archival quality fine art paper using light fast inks to produce stunning quality art which pops with colour. A beautiful addition to your home and the perfect gift for a dog lover. This poem print will bring a little light and laughter into your home. Image ©HelenaTyce Words ©StevenCorbett
Dog print – gift for dog lovers – Lake District – dog poem print
Lake District Print – Mountains Wall Art
Lake District Print - Mountains Wall ArtAnother addition to our Lake District range, this print is taken from a mixed media artwork by Helena which has been painted, printed and drawn into. We love the colours in this print - the way the sun sweeps the top of the mountain versus the tranquil warmth at the bottom. We all know how different those two places can be in reality!
Lake District Summer Print
We got lost in those hills and lakes, so lost.
Forgot who we were for those few days
Lost ourselves to the pubs and the people
To the wind rippled water, the wide open sky
Lost in the light and landscape
To the whispers and the rustle of the season
Marked time by the width of a meadow,
By early morning climbs and slow descents
Gave ourselves up to its simplicity
Walked, talked, eat, and slept.
Had time to remember, little to forget
Found that silly side of ourselves again
Dreamers, schemers, post children in-betweeners
Imagined we might get lost forever
In this little part of heaven,
And its changeable weather.
©Steven Corbett 2017 This wonderful poem is also available in coasters and notebooks. Please also see our full range of gifts for outdoor enthusiasts including gifts for runners, gifts for cyclists and gifts for swimmers.
You and I, lost and forever