SOLDHere's a painting of my little Love Pug, Paco. I have to say I've had, and loved, other wonderful breeds and mutts. But there's something about a Pug, and their hearts. They were bred, for generation upon generation, to *need* people. They are loyal, yes, like a lot of breeds, but they are devastated without their people. They trust, and tune in to our every shift in mood. Raise a glass to pugs tonight. And.... I'm loving painting the pups - if you have a good photo of YOUR pup, I'd love to give it a try!
If you are on the South Shore this weekend, stop in at Kennedy's Garden Center on rte 3A in Scituate. The Girls Just Wanna Paint Group will be painting there!!! Come say Hi!
Paco a very dignified pose and such devotion in those eyes.ReplyDelete
Great job on this Kelley! You really captured his expression! And those eyes! Wow!ReplyDelete
Love this one! Paco is so handsome with all the gorgeous lights and shadows in his fur. Those eyes are so sweet! Love the blue background against his colors too. Wonderful painting for all dog lovers- and a reminder of what a sweet breed Pugs are.ReplyDelete
just pugs? would you want to paint a fat corgi?ReplyDelete
I love the puggie wuggie!
ALL dogs, Sally! I'm gonna GO for it!ReplyDelete
Your paintings are luscious, especially the gooey donuts!!
Thank you for the BLOGGING night at NRAS. Informative and fun! Shortly thereafter, I received an email from Jody Regan with a link to her NEW blog...
I misplaced her blog address...do you have it?
Thanks, Gail! And everyone, check out this blog:ReplyDelete
what a wonderful painting of paco!
we just love it!
YEA PACO!! YEA PUGS!! preachin' to the choir my sista, preachin to the choir! beautiful, beautiful job kelley!ReplyDelete
Love those colors, and love the way the sweet little pug personality just shows through.ReplyDelete
He looks so pensive and dignified...ReplyDelete
Paco in his "royal" pose. Love it. Great job!ReplyDelete
Charming and distinguished :) You've brought out the best in him!ReplyDelete
I can really feel the pug love from here. What a cutie pie and you captured him beautifully.ReplyDelete