Luggage Tag Otters

I’ve been resting my head in ink and the shape of otters for an hour or so. I have now seven luggage tag otters for sale for The Lost Words for Bournemouth and Poole’s Schools campaign.

These are the otters. Let me introduce you.

They are £45 each, and will come with a handwritten note of some sorts. To purchase email me. There’s only one of each. If you can tell me which number otter you would like that will make life easier. I will mark them up as sold to attempt to avoid confusion. They would look good in a frame, or make a rather expensive bookmark.

£10 buys one book for a school, brings The Lost Words to so many children. All donations to the crowdfunder are welcome and if you can help us spread the word that would be brilliant.

1. Water dancer, sumi ink. SOLD
2. River dweller, sumi ink. Sold.
3. Shimmering twister, sumi ink. Sold
4. River Wolf, sumi ink. SOLD
5. Shape shifters, sumi ink. SOLD.
6. Stream lover, sumi ink. SOLD
7. Water tumbler, sumi ink. Sold

Time now for me to curl in the sunshine and read. It is work. I have a cover to design for Robin Hobb’s Wizard of the Pigeons. It is being re-issued alongside Cloven Hooves. Two very brilliant books.

About Jackie

I am an artist and writer. I live in a small house by the sea in Wales where I write, paint, walk and watch and dream of bears and whales. I love to read, have a wish for wings and prefer the company of animals to that of humans, though at times I can be quite friendly. I am learning how to work with wood engraving tools and hoping to show that you can teach an old dog new tricks.
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6 Responses to Luggage Tag Otters

  1. Linda Place says:

    I missed the luggage label otters. So sad!
    I was born and brought up in Bournemouth, an ex BSG girl of the 1960 s. If you paint any more otters , I would love to purchase one to help the book fund.
    Looking forward to Hay Festival!

  2. Stuart Hill says:

    Hi Jackie, very sorry to read on twitter that your lovely cat had died. I tried to post the following on twitter in response, but being a complete technophobe I don’t know whether it posted or not:

    Leopards do not die,
    They just slough the pelt of life,
    walk free through the stars.

    • Jackie says:

      It was some time ago, Stuart, but thank you. The other small cat I posted pics of is my daughter’s naughty little beauty. My Leopard died some years back now.

      • Stuart Hill says:

        Clare, my partner, is always telling me to pay more attention when reading. I obviously misread things again! Actually our own small moggie had to have some dental treatment yesterday, simple enough in itself, but the last time he had such work done his heart stopped under the anaesthetic. Very worrying, but all was well. Our pets hold us all to a high emotional ransom, don’t they? But I’m sure none of us would have it any other way.

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