Monthly Archives: April 2012

Phoebe and Ruby

For the occasion of her grandson’s bar mitzvah, Liz Weingarten commissioned this portrait of his pup Pheobe and family dog Ruby. It was one of the more involved portraits I’ve done, including family photos, an image of another portrait I … Continue reading

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Back In The Day

Last night, Kent and I went to friend and neighbor Josh Greene’s house for a casual dinner. Also there was friend and neighbor Ed Neumuth, a retired vet.  Back in 1974, he had bought our house from Geneveve Hutchinson’s daughter … Continue reading

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Surprise Birthday Gift

The portrait is in process….I can’t show you the dog yet…. what if the recipient came across this post before the unveiling scheduled for his birthday? But here’s the historical figure chosen for an adorable dog who will soon look … Continue reading

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Portrait of Foggy the Newfie

Here’s Foggy dressed in his finest. But even all dressed up, he still had to have his tongue hanging out. That’s just the kind of guy he is.

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Pyewacket and Olana

I have a history with these two cats.  I helped both of them find their way from two local shelters to the home of my friends Bob and Mary Crowell. I guess you could say it’s a rags to riches … Continue reading

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Frenchie, the Father of Our Country

Frenchie, the Boisset family dog who has thus far been depicted as French iconic figures, now turns his attention to the heroes of the United States of America. Next will be Frenchie as Thomas Jefferson.

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