Monday, April 20, 2009

Pugster, Puggley, Pugs, Pugs and More Pugs


"Pugster"
5 x 5 inches, Oil on Board
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I made a little mistake on calculating dates when I took my paintings to be displayed at the Book Carriage in Roanoke, TX. I thought the display would be up for just one month from the 15th to the 15th. That would work well with the New Vintage Exhibit I was going to participating in...but when I read the contract, the display was for 2 months. I'd take most of my pet portraits and I did want to showcase them...so last week before the New Vintage I did the English bulldog and this little pug. I like painting both types of dogs for their expressiveness.

7 comments:

Nancy Merkle said...

You are so right--this one has a delightful expression!

Sheila said...

too too cute!!! I must paint a pug one day!

Manon Doyle said...

I love this one Judy! I think you're right about the Bulldogs and Pugs...... they're a lot of fun to paint! You can throw the Boston's in there also with their flat faces...lol!

Edward Burton said...

Very cute, Judy! Well done.

Art with Liz said...

Absolutely another gorgeous Pug. And I adore bulldogs (especially the English ones), so look forward to a painting of that!

Angela Elledge said...

Hi Judy,
These dogs are wonderful; love your big chunky brushstrokes.

Gwen Bell said...

What a great portrait. Love all your loose edges and transitions. The eye's say it all!