A small garden in the English style, set in the wilds of the northern Sonora Desert...
Ha! It's rather cute :)
Thanks, Jessica! He's quite a personable little fellow... ;-)
So cute! When I saw the title of your post, though, I thought "oh no, a goat's invaded her garden?!" At least this one won't eat everything in sight.
Probably the safest way to have a goat around the garden, Kris. As the alternative was a rabbit pot, I think we're doing well...!
It is beautiful, the details of the tail is great, I love this pot :)The head with horns is fun, simple and useful as handhold.Have a great week Amy.
We're just loving this little fellow, Belén! Yes, I think he's quite well designed for his task. It's a good thing we can buy these since our kiln is too small to allow me to make anything this size...!
I too immediately thought you'd been invaded Amy. Far easier to keep this one under control.
Oops - I don't know what happened to my reply, but it isn't here! Yes, we're sticking to clay goats for now, though my sis and I both love the real thing so you never know...
So late to comment, but the goat is wonderful! (I love Mexican pottery, and really need to plan a pottery-buying dash across the border. I'm planning a swing through Arizona next summer and may look for some then.)
So sorry I missed your comment for... what, four months :/ We love Mexican pottery and live just down the road (AZ style, which means twenty minutes or so) from a pottery supplier, though a fair number come into Lowe's and Home Depot here too. Phoenix is a good place to shop for them... The goat remains a top favorite!