One thing I really want you to enjoy is the background of your pet's painting.
This gets tricky when you are going to show off your pet painting in the same home.
These two paintings are going to different homes, but the cat is going to a home where they already have a blue background. So the cat's is a little more green, compared to the blue of the dog's.
Can you tell the difference between the backgrounds?
There are two pet holidays this week!
This Thursday, August 8th, is International Cat Day. I wonder what Heathclif and Garfield are doing all day?
This Saturday, August 10th, is Spoil Your Dog Day. It is also happens to be National Be Lazy Day...maybe take lots of naps with your dog?
I'll be adding some paint to big pup Carly while cat Simon sips from his very own studio water dish. If I'm lazy at all, it will on purpose, swinging from our hammock while enjoying time with my guy Andy.
Whatever you do, are you going to give a scratch behind the ears to your best furry friend?
Smiles, with paint on my hands,
Dudley, Family Protector, 11 by 7 inches, acrylics on wood panel, private collection
May We Help Hang Catnip?, 14 by 11 inches, acrylics on canvas, in a private collection
DOGust Universal Birthday for Shelter Dogs is today, August 2st!
Happy Birthday to all of the dogs whose real birthdays are totally unknown!
When you search for DOGust Birthday, you find North Shore Animal League America began this holiday for all dogs that don't have a birthday. Really, they have a birthday, just that the shelter doesn't know to the day..
For the longest time, I didn't know that our cat Simon's birthday was in March. If I didn't know Simon's birthday month, I'd definitely appreciate that DOGust now also extends to cats, lol.
Do you know your dog or cat's real birthday?
If you'd love to give a gift for a pet's human, please go check out my free ebook How to Hire a Pet Portrait
Artist that Works for You. It has a great list of reasons why some human may appreciate a pet painting portrait as a gift. You can get by clicking on this sentence.
Smiles, with paint on my hands,
PS: This painting is Two Woof Friends, 6 by 6 inches, mixed media on panel.
2016 began with a bucket-list painting workshop with Bob Burridge.
One of the things he taught was how to reuse dried acrylic paint. This was the first design I made, using what he taught. Bob came by table...and enthusiastically yelled out to me that my next series was going to be of cats.
Bob was correct. Whenever I feel super sad, frustrated, upset, and in need of a smile, I go through my stash of dry acrylic paint and make a goofy cat.
This little goofy cat is based on Simon. This one is staying in my collection, unless the adoption offer makes me think twice, lol. It's called "1st Simon," is acrylics on 6 by 6 inches on wood board.
If you'd like to see more Goofy Cats, please click here.
About Pet Paintings and Goofy Cats
Pet paintings and goofy cats...they make me smile and that's what I want them to do for you. Whether I find something about pets or art, this is a place to read all about it. For a free ebook of how to hire for a pet painting and some of my pet painting samples, scroll on down the page.
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