24" x 24" (and custom sizes) prints are available of this 110 lbs Golden Labrador Retriever. Swisher is a playful 2 year old puppy with a very big mouth. His mouth is so big that he can catch a basketball in his mouth and pop it. The owner named him Swisher because of the sound a basketball makes then the ball passes through the hoop/net, goal!... providing Swisher doesn't get the ball first. Inquire about price at firstname.lastname@example.org
Lady and Jake
24" x 18" oil on 3" deep canvas. Wonderful sweet black Labrador siblings who were loving buddies. Jake (on the right) was my dog and my best friend. Not a day goes by, that I don't think about him and wish for another day to spend with him. This painting I painted in a flat graphic style with blended brush strokes to give focus to the eyes because after all the eyes say it all...adored me.
18" x 24" prints available. The princess of black Labradors done in quick brushstroke with bright splashes of color. Along with black, the final layer has purples and blues, exuding a shiny, reflective feel. Trinia just finish a swim and posed for me in the sunshine while she waits for me to throw the ball, again and again.
11" x 14" oil on wood panel, original and prints for sale. Tulip is a beautiful, funny long-haired Maine coon cat. She is the only cat in the house with two very large dogs. So to be sure she gets feed first she sits in the dogs food dish. Tulip is done in a quick brushstroke expressive style with a gold and pink background to push her forward on her dish throne.
11" x 14" oil on wood original only prints available. Spot is the most unique looking mix breed dog with this amazing spot on his back. He is ready for you to throw that ball.
18" x 24" oil, prints are available. A beautiful female golden retriever and at the time of this painting she was 10 years old with health problems. The client wanted to capture the younger more vibrate Casey's years. Now Casey is in the prime of her life and forever in paint.
11" x 14" oil, prints are available. This lovable, active terrier with an amazing stare. How can you resist that adorable face? Ben's is painted in quick free-flowing brushstrokes in gold and copper metallic paint. The metal hue helps to bring out reflective light from Ben's shinny multi-color coat.
14" x 11" Oil, prints available. A beautiful female pug with this adorable stare that melts hearts. Lola's is quite a princess. When it's raining an umbrella is needed or she won't go outside, now how can you resist saying "no" to those eyes?
14" x 14" oil on wood panel and prints available. This male puppy pug is done in a quick playful brushwork with a bright color palette. Five layers built up to a final layer with purples, yellows and red. A wonderful mix of hues that help to bring the puppy forward for all to adore.
12" x 18" oil, prints are available. A beautiful year old female English springer-spaniel with lots of everything especially energy. Quick colorful brushstrokes creates the playful endless energy that this handsome dog portrays.
24" x 36" oil on wood panel and prints available.
18" x 24" oil on wood panel and prints for sale. Charlie, an American saddle bred horse. He's painted with quick playful brush stokes, which reveal his royal personality and charm. All the colors for the palette were used to bring Charlie to life in oil.
12" x 12" oil on wood panel and prints available for sale. A three year old hen who thinks she's all that and more. She loves strutting her stuff around the farm, striking a pose, and ready for her close ups. Here's Gertrude's "15 second close up" in quick feather like brush strokes with amazing bright colors.
Surreal Black and White
The Art of Pain
As an artist, Christine finds joy in walking the local beaches at sunset with her husband and two American Eskimo puppies. Of late, she has delighted in breaking from traditional processes – like the familiar gestural abstractions of a Pollack or de Kooning – by adding layers of textured sand to her oil-on-wood panel and canvas seascapes to convey the wonder and beauty in the ever-changing Maine seashore after tidal highs and lows.
“Sunset,” says Christine, “is like the day exhaling its last breathe in a shimmering bloom of kaleidoscopic colors dancing on the water and sandy shore. It’s like having an encounter with the divine – or taking a walk on some foreign planet.” Driven to express this visual wonder, Christine first primes the canvas with layers of bright hues across the horizontal plane and then repeating mirror images in the water. Once the sunset colors are to her liking, she moves on to “playing in mud.” Molding sand into a textured paste, she then applies the mixture over the painted shoreline, leaving pockets of color in the forsaken tidal pools and skewed rivers running to the sea.