A New Job

A Job!

Floradora, Tansy and Constance noticed an interesting job posting…

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A Discussion

…Floradora was too young and inexperienced, but Tansy and Constance decided to apply and offer a job-share option.

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Hello Visitor!

They were hired! Tansy works three days, and Constance works three days and the Gallery is closed one day a week.  Tansy’s first visitor was Floradora!

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This way first

Come right this way!

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Anthea’s Paintings

Here is a wonderful series of paintings by the talented Anthea Pakington…

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Basket and Mushroom

…and visitors are allowed to touch and explore this lovely felted mushroom!

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Tansy

This is Tansy’s favourite picture – Portrait of Tansy by a very talented local artist.

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Hello, Visitor

Constance’s first visitor was Henrietta!

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Admirable

The paintings by Anthea are very popular!

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Mushroom Basket

…and so is the touch and explore basket of mushrooms!

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Pleased

Lucky museum to have such talented employees!

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18 thoughts on “A New Job

  1. Oh My Gosh….this story gets the “Golden Story Award” for best of the year. Absolutely charming. I was taken in from the get go…to the ending. WOW!!! don’t have enough words to describe how much I loved this story.

    • We love having this cheerful young Human over to visit! The Hittys especially – and they were delighted to spend a rainy fall afternoon in the gallery looking at interesting things!

    • The gallery itself was made for me by one of my students when I worked at the museum…she made little paintings too and created the signage and everything – it has been a wonderful little place for the Hittys to exhibit their works of art!

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