Monday, September 16, 2013

Day 16, Puppy #1 AKA Umm...the dog ate my homework, I mean painting.

This is Jack. There was a whole painting until yesterday morning. When I came from upstairs, I had to look twice, Niko had something in his mouth. Need I say more? At least this time I didn't have to take him to the vet to get a stocking removed. Jo Mackenzie, my artist friend always post how she learns something each time she paints. Well, I have learned to keep my paintings up higher. Poor little Jack :(.  Not quite 4x4 acrylic on chewed gessobord.   To see the other artists participating in the "30 in 30" challenge, click here.

16 comments:

  1. Jack is absolutely Adorable with a capital A.
    Your colors are amazing in this...but oh...those eyes. Who can resist?
    I agree...Jo does some amazing paintings too of animals.

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    1. Thanks Julie! I enjoyed seeing those flowers this morning!

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  2. What I have learned so far ....puppies will eat paintings. Ha!

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  3. Is it for sale even if it is chewed? I think it is even more endearing this way.You could be the first pet artist with authentic dog interaction.

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    1. I am waiting to see if Jack's owner likes it. I agree how better to have a conversational piece. If you want authentic dog interaction on your work, I am willing to share Niko's talent. He would love to help out!

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  4. Pure sweetness! The chewed corners beyond funny.

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    1. At first i was not laughing but now...:)

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  5. My Lord, who's the adorable poochie! What a cutie!

    Fantastic painting! Outstanding representation of that lovely little four legged canine dustmop!

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    1. What a way with words you have! Thank you for commenting. He belongs to my friend Sherri. He is a little cutie!

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  6. I agree with Jo! cute pup and cute story!

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    1. Thank you for looking at today's post. It really helps when the subject is a little cutie!

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  8. Gorgeous painting Kaethe, and what a great title you got out of the little misadventure! I think the chewed corner makes it a very original piece indeed. You could start a whole new trend in animal paintings!!

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  9. The painting is delightful and the mischief just adds to the whole thing!

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