Animal Alphabet

By Clare Fennell

Animal Alphabet

Learning new words will be a breeze for your super trooper with these eye catching and totally adorable animals in Clare Fennell’s “Animal Alphabet”. Totally unique and simply oozing style, it’s the perfect piece of wall art to tastefully complete your nursery look.

Specifications:

  • 60 x 45 x 2 cm (24  x 18 x 0.8 in)
  • Giclée cotton canvas print, finished on all sides
  • Stretched around a wooden frame (FSC approved wood)
  • Hanger attached for wall mounting

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11th August 2010:

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Animal Alphabet

"What a lovely and original piece, brilliant use of patterns sourced from found objects. I especially like the frogs legs made of peas! Make's a refreshing change from some of the mainstream sickly alternatives. I will be ordering one for a christening present soon!"

Alice Buzzel

Number of Kids: 2
Age of youngest child: 5
Age of oldest child: 8
Your Age: 30-39
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About the Artist

Clare Fennell

Clare was born and raised in Hertfordshire, before moving to Leicester where she obtained a BA Hons Degree in Graphic Design and Illustration at De Montfort University. Having graduated, Clare worked for many years in the Greetings Card industry, designing cards, running a studio, product managing and running up and down a lot of stairs.

Now working as a freelance illustrator, she can usually be found working from home in her slippers, drinking too much coffee and daydreaming out of the window.

She works in collage, paint, pen and ink, and anything else she can find, and loves nothing more than finding a funky new fabric she can use in her designs.

Some of her influences include Quentin Blake, Eric Carle, Judith Kerr, Han Solo, and of course her children.She still lives in Leicestershire with her partner, two daughters and their two crazy cats.