Dogs and Art
The Museum of Dog is an 8,000-square-foot museum located in North Adam, Massachusetts, that serves as a tribute to dogs and the joy they bring to human lives.
The Border Collie’s paintings have sold from a few hundred dollars to as much as $2,400, with proceeds benefitting animal-welfare charities.
Simply upload a pic of a pup, and a Minted designer will create a custom work of art in no time — and the prices are surprisingly reasonable!
The new book features tweets by Seamus paired with irresistible drawings by Lar deSouza. For a donation to the Pasadena Humane Society and the SPCA, you can get a copy.
Your home isn’t complete without your pup’s particular personality immortalized in art — here are four amazing artists who can help you get it done.
Hanna loves inking pet portraits, so I had her give me a tattoo featuring two of my cats! It also gave us time to talk about her rescue work.
Piper, a 12-year-old special needs Bulldog, was adored by her family and fans. On Friday, cancer and heart disease ended her art career and life.
The Ohio artist is painting a different adoptable animal — from dogs and cats to rabbits and pigs — from a no-kill shelter every week, with an exhibit due in 2016.
In the online phenomenon, Lee Bercegeay’s rescue Golden Retrievers, Beignet and Gambit, spout doggy wisdom and tell punny jokes from the comfort of their couch.
For the exhibit, San Francisco Bay Area artists created portraits, which the new family will get to keep, of the pups. See five of our favorites!
When I heard Eli was planning to do a fundraiser for local bully breed rescue groups, I knew I had to talk with him — and get tattooed by him.