Archive for January, 2011
Jed and Lincoln and Max all got along great. But it was Lincoln that Max enjoyed playing with most.
Thanks Susan for rescuing this great little guy. He’s going to be a wonderful addition to your family.
She was a beautiful person.
You can see by the teddy bears on her shirt in this photo that she loved kids and was a kindergarten teacher. She loved it!
She was a wonderful pianist and taught kids after school.
I miss her everyday!
Papillion is an acrylic on canvas measuring 12″x12″. SOLD! This is the third in the series of dog paintings that I am working on for the upcoming show. This one reminds me of our friend Sammy that we see when we walk around the neighborhood. He loves my dogs so much that if we don’t stop and visit with him he will tunnel under the fence and follow us!
She later told me she didn’t think she could do it. And I told her that the thing that stops most people from succeeding in art is fear. Don’t be afraid to try. The only thing you do wrong is to not try!
Good job Mia!!!
Very soon I will be asking for you all to help us as we move into the final phase of the dog park project. We need to raise money! Surprise, surprise. The good news is that everything is in place and we should have a park by the end of the year.
This watercolor painting is one I did several years ago when we kicked off the Dog Park project. I will be painting more dogs shortly for a show that will feature dogs and help draw attention to the project. Please stay tuned and if you can help we would really appreciate it.