This little lady is all tired out from an afternoon of hard play with her littermates. A rescued dog, she and her 8 siblings were fostered, trained, and rehomed by Ohio Great Dane Rescue, and proceeds from the sale of this painting will help them continue to help other Danes in need. Once the original sells, I'll make reproductions available. This painting is from The Painting a Dog a Day project, October 20th, 2011.
First and foremost, I am a Mom. This means I have eyes in the back of my head, spot on intuition, the patience of a saint and mountains of compassion.
I am also a painter. I am asked at least once a week, “why do you paint?” Despite the frequency of this question, I have yet to come up with a particularly brilliant answer. I simply paint, because like breathing, I must.
Painting is my career. It is how I help to support my family. It is how I give back to my community. It is also how I maintain my sanity.
I’ve got college degrees in art and art history, an extensive professional background in many different art arenas and some odder life experiences (like writing automobile owners manuals) that add up to who I am today. My work is...
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