Dogs were an important part of Jennifer's family throughout her adult life. The pictures here are of one of her first dogs, Sharkey the Cocker Spaniel, of her Norwegian Buhund, Chimo (Yukon Jack), and of her last dog Meg, who was a rescue. Others are some of the drawings and paintings she did on commission.
A cat wasn't part of Jennifer's family until after she and Vic moved to the Lake District. First there was William; then Katya, who appeared on their doorstop as a kitten, and announced that she was moving in and adopting them.
These drawings and paintings are just some of the collection. Tigers of course are cats too, so check out the India Gallery
Cat on the chair
Cat in the Box
As a young girl, Jennifer rode horses when she could at a stable just outside London. As an adult, she and her husband Vic owned horses when they lived in Bath, and also later in the Lake District. Most of these pictures are of her own horses: a Palomino mare, Musette, a Connemara called Shara, and Lorri, the foal from one of her Connemaras. Her husband Vic had a fell pony, Rosie, which she also painted many times, and which lead to commissions with the Fell Pony Society for cards and drawings.
Light and Shade
The grass is greener
A ride in the fells