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Feral Goats

Feral Goats

Judith Harrison


Feral Goats


“Wild goats have roamed the slopes of Snowdonia since the Ice Age. They are small independent animals with shaggy coats; very hardy and probably fairly stubborn but well adapted to the harsh terrain and wild welsh weather without the need for human

intervention. Their colours range from off white to grey or brown which blends in well with the  landscape making them difficult to see. That is until  they venture off the hills and into human spaces when they become very visible and somewhat infamous.”


Mixed Media on Canvas


Framed Size: 43cm x 43cm



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