Daisy the Diva



Meet Daisy the Diva. Painted with alcohol inks, she’s surrounded by sparkles of gold with highlights of gold and blue in her punk style hairdo. She’s not temperamental or demanding (as one might think when you mention “diva”), instead she brings a lot of sparkle so you can bask in the spotlight with her.

Did you know that according to a British study (compiled by Newcastle University’s School of Agriculture, Food and Rural Development), cows with names such as Daisy, Gertrude or Buttercup are likely to produce more milk than their nameless sisters? However, within the local dairy industry the opinion was divided on this. Yet experts at Newcastle University said cattle who are given “the personal touch” can produce up to 284 litres of milk more a year.

“Just as people respond better to the personal touch, cows also feel happier and more relaxed if they are given a bit more one-to-one attention,” said Catherine Douglas, who conducted the research.

You too can feel happier by displaying Daisy when she “mooooves” into your home or office.

This original piece of alcohol ink farm art is protected with several coats of Kamar varnish and an archival UV protectant to seal and prevent fading. Still, displaying alcohol inks in direct sunlight is not recommended.

Please note due to computer monitors (and lighting) differences in colors may vary slightly.

NOTE: Mats and frames are not included, they are for display purposes only.
The painting does NOT include the watermark seen on this image. All photos and artwork © Debra Jason. All rights reserved.

Size: 8 1/2″ x 11″ (unmatted & unframed)
Price includes free shipping & handling in the contiguous U.S.