If you are a veterinarian, tech or in the animal care field, look for my artwork on the cover of the April 1st 2016 issue of JAVMA.
Pleased to be featured on the cover for the second time!
Save the date. A collection of my new works will be featured at this fun show..
6×6 original works donated by many local artists will be available for purchase fro $75.00! Get there early for best selection.. A terrific fundraiser show at Sullivan Framing & Fine Art Gallery.
These collector calnedars make a perfect gift for the holidays. Order for all your lab lovin’ friends! A gift that can be enjoyed throughout the entire year.
Each calendar features 13 new original Labrador Retriever paintings that I created over the past year.
The 2016 Labrador Retriever watercolor calendar is here! This calendar is printed on premium heavyweight gloss card stock, is spiral bound and measures 8.5″x11″ when closed. You won’t want to throw this collector calendar away at the end of the year!
Each calendar is shipped in a crystal clear poly envelope ready for gift giving.
Every year, I donate a portion of the calendar profits to a Labrador Rescue group. This year’s donation recipient will be NOLA Labrador Retriever Rescue, a volunteer run, nonprofit (501c3) organization (ID# 27-3198157) in New Orleans, LA dedicated to placing Labrador Retrievers into approved, loving homes and promoting responsible pet ownership. NOLA Lab Rescue Website NOLA Lab Rescue Facebook pageQuantities are limited.
Calendars ship free US!
*As a bonus, if you order 4 or more calendars, I will tuck in a couple of my fine art greeting cards of my choosing with your order. (value $4.00 each)
Sunkist 10″ square watercolor framed to 24″ square driftwood frame
Spin Cycle 12″x16″ watercolor framed to 24″x30″ driftwood frame
Continuing with my water and Labrador Retriever themed works this past week, I created these new watercolor and gouache artworks on paper.
These works are framed with handcrafted frames made from salvaged driftwood collected from the salt marshes of South Carolina by artisan/craftsman Jim Lavalley from Charleston, South Carolina. His reclaimed wood company makes frames from anything from antique pianos to salvaging washed up boats. You can find his work here on his “Old Like New” etsy shop.
The weathered frames are a perfect compliment to my water dog works. They will be on display soon locally. More information to follow.
*Thank you to Erin Furman and Katie Dinning for providing refererence photos for these new works.