there are plenty of artist who use dead animals in their work and were not the ones who killed them. I know two people who do 'tax'ing but do not kill animals. Also the animal/parts they use are not from hunters and such. They are animals who were accidentally hit by cars, breeder's animals who have been born dead, or found dead, etc. While I personally do not like looking at dead animals, it doesn't mean what they do is cruelty or wrong. The animals are already dead form either natural, or accidental causes.
It would be better take this issue up with the artist via note instead of slapping comments of accusation on all their works.
I hope you don't view this post as an attack, it is not meant to come off that way at all.
If there was a like button, I would to your comment, what you have said is very right and an artist shouldnt be scrutinised over the preservation of animals in art. Everyone has their own hobbies and differences, this is simply another, a rare artist amongst many.
don't worry, the vegetable says things that don't make sense c: the artist makes art from dead animals but she doesn't kill animals to do art. I think they're awesome and well done, but some people get their jammies twisted. Seems like FockinFocker thinks her destiny is go all around edelias gallery and educate people of oh how horrible person she is for using useless corpses for art.
well i dont care if the artist does it or not, it isn't my place to be commplementing...altho i will admit i'd prefer her not to use dead based animals if not the real thing.creeps me out... But you dont havta worry about the young lady who was speaking her mind to the artist.it all clared up, like weeeeeeeeeks ago. even if she disagrees with whatever really is goin' on still, she wont be posting anymore hurtful comments, so it's all good!!
Oh, and I forgot to add this to the end. There are no known albino horses. Horses can be white or cream, which may appear similar to albino. These horses have pigmented eyes however, and are therefore not albinos.
But not too long ago, there was an albino horse that was born just down the road from us, on a horse care farm. Where people would drop off their horses when they go on trips, and stuffs... Well an albino horse was born there and they had to ship it, and it's mom, to a very secluded place, so that no one could steal it. Cause horses have been stolen from that place a few times. This horse had very bright purplish red eyes.
Well, then it would be the very first documented albino horse, because albinism does not occur in horses. Also, it is impossible. The genes for true albinism are recessive, meaning two genes are needed to produce an albino horse. Both parents must carry the recessive gene to produce a foal. White is never recessive in horses, so even two white horses could never produce an albino foal. White isn't even really a color but rather a modifier that affects the base coat color. Cremellos can have very faintly colored eyes, but I doubt the foal actually has red eyes unless it is some sort of illness.
You know what it was?... I just looked it up, and what my husband thought was an Albino horse, was a "True White" horse. They're very rare, so what he thought was an albino was really a true white horse.
It is indeed a horse, but it's actually a lethal white, a foal with two frame overo parents. They are born with a non-functioning colon that lead to death, generally within hours. It is an occurrence similar to that of a double merle Australian shepherd dogs, who are the pups of two merle parents and are often born deaf and blind.
I havenīt know about this disease and thought that this is the Christian Symbol in a doubled way. First the well known cross and secondly the lamb to which Jesus mostly is associated. (Okay I see that this is a horse foal...) Thatīs pretty sad, that such disease exists AND that bredders doesnīt reall care about this. Thanks for teacing me this new thing. And for sure congras for the DD.
For those who don't understand, Overo White Syndrome, Lethal White Syndrome (LWS), or Overo Lethal Syndrome are all names for the same thing. It's a genetic disorder that affects foals of the American Paint breed of horse, and it's a real problem. The foal is carried to full term, and when born, appears to be a healthy white or nearly all white foal, but dies in extreme pain within a few hours because LWS causes the foal to be born with a non-functioning colon. The problem here is not that it occurs, but that some breeders of the American Paint do not take the time or make the effort to get the breeding pair genetically tested for the gene that causes this fatal syndrome. To breed a pair that tests positive is to take a 50/50 gamble, but not only puts the Mare's life at risk, but if the foal does have LWS, it is an instant fatality guarantee, as there is no cure nor treatment for this syndrome.