Thursday, July 29, 2010

Happy, 5x7, Oil





Pomeranians always look happy, and this little guy, who I met during the Scottsdale Gallery Walk a while ago, was no exception. He acted like a 'big dog', in that he was calm, and had a big presence. I let my brushstrokes emphasize his gregarious nature. He was quite a lot of fun to paint!


The previous post of the horse & buggy were from Quebec City!!!! Congrats to those who guessed it!

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11 comments:

  1. What a happy little dog indeed! Love the way you've painted his fur and those sweet shining eye's. The background radiating out really does give a sense of his energy.

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  2. What a personality. Such a cute stance and personality.

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  3. Oh, he is a happy guy. Like Gwen, the energy shows in this piece. The blue background just reinforces the happy feeling. Good job.

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  4. Great little painting, I love how you painted the rays of blue with your brushstrokes, it is like he is radiating sunshine and happiness. How is Paco taking this?

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  5. He's a doll! I love the blues!! : )

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  6. He's adorable, Kelley. Love how all your brush strokes radiate outward like he is giving off lots of energy into the surrounding air.

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  7. O.K....did he just make your day....can't help but smile at that cutie.

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  8. Kelley! I have an amazingly wonderful little 5 pound pom dog! I just LOVE the little critter! She looks just like a little fox. So you can imagine how happy I am you chose to paint this one! Great job !!!

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  9. Can't wait for the donut duel Kelley! Fun, fun, fun - let's play!
    And love the little guy!

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  10. Your painting captured thisw tiny dog's big personality! Wonderful job!

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