I love all things related to the old-fashioned Dinner. If I'm traveling and I spy one, I'm stopping. My expereince is, more than not, very good food at very good prices. This is one of those salt shakers you find on the table there, although this one is sleeping on the job.
It's Friday, I worked a full week as an artist on various projects. Cooper had the pleasure of being my muse for a set of Artist's Trading Cards featuring him. They are packaged and ready to go in tomorrow's mail. In the meantime, here is one of the set, that I'm keeping for my collection. I just can't give away or sell this little image. It looks easy, but not so!
Here is another trading card promised to a painting collegue. She loves animals and treated a local art group to a visit from her cat, Crispin while I was teaching how to make Artist Trading Cards. It will be a pleasure to give this to her in a few weeks.
Pugs, Pugs, Pugs Collectors and Pug lovers, I have listed 5 of the 6 Yoggie paintings on ebay under the category of Pug collectables. They ae all for auction starting a $ 20.00. If you or someone you know is a Pug lover, please go to ebay and bid.
I'm sure glad I did this pose of Yoggie. He was a smart Pug and I feel as though I caught the feeling of him in deep thought. My husband, Neill, is celebrating an important birthday today. He is 62 and could take early retirement, but he won't. Time to bake his cake!
I'm very happy with the outcome of this daily oil painting. 6 x 6 inches and instead of listing it as a daily paintworks auction, its offered for $ 40.00 to the first Pug breed lover. Yoggie lovers are also welcome to inquire. Email me for more info.
I've offically launched my first series of orginal oil paintings. I've been painting pretty much full time since 1998 and never executed a series. Yoggie is a good subject to capture, especially since he is in doggie heaven. This painting is for sale and measures 6 x 6 inches. Go to dailypaintworks.com to get in on the auction of this Yoggie piece. Stay tuned for more Yoggie's!
She's not a chocolate chip cookie, she's Cookie the Schnoodle and she passes her time as a 10 lb. watch dog. Everything gets noticed from a passing car, to the squirrels and deer. We are trying to teach her to growl instead of bark. It's going to be a long winter.