Poule au pot; a humorous drawing of a chicken with a flower pot on its head. Based on the famous dish that king Henry IV created so that all french families could have a proper Sunday meal, Perry has turned it on its head, so to speak and taken the word 'pot' which could also be a flower pot and created a scene that could almost happen. Available as...
This chicken looks rather surprised to discover she has become the dish of the day. Poule farcie, which literally means 'stuffed chicken' says it all. Available as an A4 giclée reproduction, as well as an A6 greeting card.
Home grown chicken tastes so much better than that shop stuff, but you got to bleed, pluck and gut it. A scene that still exists in rural South West. Available as an A4 and A3 giclée print, as well as an A3 limited edition of 150, printed on Somerset velvet art paper, signed and numbered by Perry.
A tree made from Gascon characters. Mami at the top, two hunters and their 'bleu de Gascogne' dog, three duck farmers and four locals on bikes. All balanced on a barrel of Armagnac. That's the spirit! An A4 giclée prints.