As a child I use to pour over my mother’s extensive library, pulling each mystery and romance novel carefully off her wooden shelves, imagining what it would be like to paint each stroke of texture. That passion for creating stories through the aesthetics of paint have molded my career and life.
During weekends, I worked on thirteen oil paintings over the course of three years because I wanted to create another calendar featuring my art of historically inspired animals.
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#1 The Thin White Dog – David Bownie
Singer, songwriter and actor known for such hits as “Zippy Pawdust” and “Little China Pup.”
#2 Marilyn Mongrel
“Cookies are a girl’s best friend.”
Her strong tender nature saved lives of many including a wolf named John Smith.
#4 William Shakesbeard
Creator of the masterpieces “Eating of the Shrew”, “Romeow and Mewliet”, and “MacBreath.”
#5 Kitty Roosevelt
His motto “Walk softly and carry a big attitude” was adopted by many felines.
#6 Chipchip Chanell
“Before you leave the burrow, look in the mirror and take at least one acorn out of your mouth.”
#7 Anne Of Sleeves
“Never hire an excellent portrait artist. At least not when your neck is on the line.”
#8 Leif Roverson
Many dogs mark their territory, however, no marking has been as epic as his.
#9 Mary Smelly
Best known for her gothic novel “Skunkenstien”… a tale of roadkill reanimation.
#10 King Tutankhameaow
“Nothing is worse than being stuck in a tomb for thousands of years with pesky mice you cannot eat.”
#11 Slothesphine Baker
“Bananas are not just for eating, they are also for wearing.”
#12 Dog Sinatra
“That’s Why the Poodle is a Tramp” & “It was a Very Good Rear” were some of this bad boy’s big hits.
#13 Queen Bess Emu
Anything can be accomplished. Even flight with no wings.