These artists used paw prints to create flowers.
Photos via Pinterest
Summertime is here, which means that kids—and sometimes adults—are often looking for fun projects to occupy their time. How about making art with your dog? There are lots of ways to. . .
Last Lemon is the creative team of Lisa Swerling and Ralph Lazar, who have created a variety of projects based on single-panel cartoons. Their new project, “How to be a Dog,” is described as. . .
Up to No Good
by Anton Karssen. Image Courtesy of Doyle New York via bloomberg.com
From 1998 through 2009, famed New York City auction house Doyle held an annual auction of art dedicated to Man’s Best Friend. In recent years, customers and collectors have inquired so. . .
This remarkable series of sketches by freelance digital artist Jen-Jen Rose is one of our favorite things, and for good reason. The sketches tell the emotional story of Rose’s relationship with. . .
An artist at work.
Photo via huffpost.com
Given yesterday’s video “Priceless Pets,” and the project described in the video above, it seems like folks in Brazil are really thinking outside the box to help shelter dogs and promote. . .
Shaun Mitchell plans to paint and sell hundreds of painting to raise money for Charlie’s treatment.
Photo via fox40.com
When Shaun Mitchell found out that his beloved five-year-old boxer, Charlie, was suffering from lymphoma, he knew that the family had to do everything possible to save the dog’s. . .
“Goldie” – Oil on canvas
By Bob White
I’ve been friends with Bob White since we first met at a benefit fly-fishing event for St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital in 2007, but I’ve been a fan of his artwork for. . .
Written by:Laura Ellis
by Joseph H. Sulkowski
One of my favorite living dog painters is Joseph Sulkowski. There are zillions of dog painters out there, but not many have taken the time to master basic skills. Sulkowski is a master. Here’s. . .
Josy is an elderly and much beloved Shih Tzu. Her family wanted a portrait before losing her to old age.Works by Laura Ellis
Laura Ellis, the artist behind Brush and Bone Portraits, is a real friend of the Orvis Dogs blog, often sending in links to great stories and videos. But as you can see here, she also has a wonderful. . .
A remarkable series of sketches by freelance digital artist Jen-Jen Rose has been making the rounds this week, and for good reason. The sketches tell the emotional story of Rose’s. . .