Brie belongs to Rachel Thomas.
Here's what Rachel had to say:"Wow! I loooooove that! You captured her expression perfectly! I love the detail in her fur. It's hard to pick which story to tell, there are so many. Brie definitely thinks she is a human, her favorite thing to do is give people a lot of kisses and she never meets a stranger. One thing that she does daily is blitz. Blitzing is a bichon thing apparently, because I've learned they all do it. It's when they run and run in a circle for about 60 seconds and then it's over. It's so funny because she does it at the same time every single afternoon and one more time at night.
One time I had two repair men in my kitchen looking at something when I heard in the living room Brie begin to blitz. I could hear her running from couch to couch barking and growling. I kind of chuckled nervously and slowly shut the door in the kitchen. I'm sure the repair men where thinking, "what in the world?" That's our Brie! Se has added so much to our lives and we are so happy we have her. She is definitely part of the family. Thank you for painting her! You did an excellent job!"
I have joined in with over 240 other artists on fellow artist Leslie Saeta's blog. click here to link to the challenge.
I have to say thank you to all the friends and friends of friends and family who have e-mailed me their cute dog photos. I really appreciate it very much. I'm trying my best to include each one in the challenge.
If I get to the end of the challenge and I haven't painted your dog. I will try to continue the challenge until all the dogs are painted and only one dog per owner. I might not be able to paint one everyday... I know I'll need a break at the end of this challenge, but I will keep the dog series going.
Each painting is painted on either 8 x 10 inch or 8 x 8 inch canvas board with quality oil paints and varnished. The price is $140 + (shipping and CT sales tax). Unframed.
with much gratitude,
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