Posts Tagged ‘pet portraits’
I discovered NYC-based artist Melinda Buie’s work through my friend Amy’s blog last week and I’ve been obsessed with it ever since! I was so blown away by her pet portraits, in fact, that my new life goal is to commission one of Wrigley. Until then, I’ll just admire all the pups already lucky enough to be in her portfolio — and dream of the perfect spot to hang Wrigley’s imaginary/future/totally-getting-one-one-day painting.
A while back, we posted about the incredible Amigo Dog Wheelchair concept designed by Nir Shalom. Not surprisingly, it was one of our most popular posts and generated a lot of great conversation about pets with disabilities who still live full, active, and — most importantly — happy lives! That’s why we were ecstatic to come across this photo series of Disabled Pets by Carli Davidson.
Peter Clark is an epically-talented collage artist who focuses much of his expertise on creating dog collage portraits. The workmanship evidenced in his pieces completely blows me away. Peter uses an extensive collection of found papers as his palette “which are colored, patterned or textured by their printed, written, or worn surfaces.” He uses this found media to “paint” his collages. And the results are completely stunning!
Sibling Rivalrie is the brainchild of three sisters living in three cities, competing for your affection, and creating sundry items for beautifying your life. Alice Au Quan, Cindy Au, and Winnie Au decided to join their sisterly forces to bring together a collection of beautiful dog-focused prints and postcards.