This is Elaine Peto’s amazing ceramic dog sculpture. To see more of her work, visit http://bit.ly/1lGWpoO
This is “I heart various things” which is a print of an illustration of a very curious Bulldog, looking good in a turquoise hoodie, while looking right into our eyes. The color and expression make for a great way to incorporate dog decor. http://bit.ly/1qI5z2F
This is Hamish. He is an etching that was hand printed by artist Alison Read. When I saw Hamish’s tilted head and expressive face, I knew I wanted to know about Alison Read’s lovely work. Her work is so great - - wonderful balance of strong technique and interesting personalities.
Alison’s undergraduate degree was in sculpture. Later she went on to work and study printmaking, where she got an MA. Now she is a full time printmaker.
Alison Read creates hand prints in a variety of methods: screenprints, etchings, woodcuts, linocuts and aquatinting. Her subjects are primarily animals she animates with humor.
To see more, visit http://bit.ly/1tzSoQD
This was the first image I found created by Gaylen Hansen which led me to the search where I found the gallery in Seattle where he is represented. Think this is so silly and perfectly captures how crazy we are with our dogs. http://bit.ly/1lvazJi
Very excited to introduce a new artist hailing from Belgium but residing in Waterbury, Connecticut. Erin Harris is the creator of these wonderful sterling silver charms: this one is of a Boston Terrier. She started by creating custom charms to commemorate dogs for their owners. She continues to do this, but also makes charms of various breeds.
Simple in its design, this handmade Dachshund Charm Necklace works well with all outfits. It is a keepsake for any dog lover and of course perfect for the Doxie obsessed.
This charm measures 11 mm tall x 18 mm long x 4 mm wide. The lobster clasp necklace measures 18” long.
These are small 2”x2” Greyhound Tiles by Sarah Regan Snavely Studio. Love these. How can you go wrong with gorgeous red tiles of Greyhounds? You can’t!
This is a mixed media creation by Anne Patay who works in Toulouse, France. She is interested in the subconscious and loves animals. I love this image. The title of this piece is, “You hear?” It can be found at: http://etsy.me/1gQZyyf
"Muddy Paw Earrings" are handmade sterling silver earrings created by Jenn Fernandez. The unfinished look adds to their appeal. Seems like many dogs have dirty paws. Weird, huh? http://bit.ly/1aQgZH4
Jessica Breakwell of Australia created and sold this mixed media piece she entitled “Bon Chien.” Many of her dog works have several dogs represented with a broad range of colors and of different sizes/scale. Her palette is refreshing. To see more of her work, visit:http://jessiebreakwell.com.au/category/dog-portraits/