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Goat Painting - Somebody Got Your Goat? by Eloise Schneider

Somebody Got Your Goat? is a painting by Eloise Schneider which was uploaded on June 2nd, 2013.

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Very cute!! So whimsical and colorful! v abd tw

Featured in Abstract and Surreal Art!

Featured in the group AWESOME ART!

Featured in the group PET PHOTOGRAPHY AND ART!

Congratulations your creative and unique art work is featured in the "Out Of The Ordinary" group!

Featured in the group HUMOR ADDED!

Featured in the group GEEK ART!!!

Featured in the 10 PLUS group!

Featured in the DISCOVER DIGITAL PAINTERS group!

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Featured in ANIMAL MANIA!

Love it

I'm a huge fan of 'Fun' art, but I'm aware that it takes serious time to create it! Great image, Eloise. F

Eloise Schneider replied:

Thank you, Natalie!! I love how you summed it up - and it is so true: fun art with serious investment!

Recently the H2 channel had an episode of American slang which included "get you goat". It traced the expression to horse racing. Goats, being calm and sedate farm animals, were kept with race horses as "friends" to keep the horses from becoming agitated prior to races. Competitors would steal other horses' goats to make them unruly and hard for the jockeys to get under control.

Eloise Schneider replied:

I love it! thanks for sharing. I am thinking also of a friend who has an Arabian. She keeps a donkey in the stall next to the Arabian who is named "Buddy." Must be the same principle!!

Thank you so much for the feature in the group Mixed Media Collage!

Thank you so much Rebecca for the feature in the group Contemporary.

Thanks, Ron!

Charming and wonderful image! l/f

Thank you so much for the feature in the group AAA Images! :>)

Why thank you, Carol!

A goat like none other!

This is so gloriously fun! Love the colors and the patterns and the comic expression on this goat's face! Nice job.

Eloise Schneider replied:

Thank you so much, Melinda!

You're only too welcome.

Thank you so much Jim for the feature in WHAT question mark!

That's a fun picture!

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