Tuesday, February 28, 2006

Proud Parents..

I finished this painting today. I call It "Proud Parents" Oh they are shoe eaters..a chip right off the ol' block!

Dabbling..in clay

I like to dabble in different mediums. I have done a few polymer clay corgi sculptures. The sculpty is fun to work with and paint. I will probably do a figure once in a while. I am always looking to incorporate a cute corgi in different forms of art!

Sunday, February 19, 2006

The red and white or tri color debate...

I sometimes debate as to what color pembroke to paint. I really love the red and whites, but the tri's are so cute and wonderfully colored. So I decided to do a "pop art" kind of painting and incorporate both colors in one painting. So here It is..one half a red and white and the other a tri. There that solves my problem of making a decision! Now..what should I paint next??

Thursday, February 16, 2006

Spring Corgi Frap

Here is my latest canvas. It's a group of corgis "frapping." I have heard this term mentioned when corgis play. I painted to encourage spring to hurry up! We had wonderful warm spring weather the last couple of weeks here in California. The last few days It has turned very chilly, and It reminds me that we are really still in Winter...Come on spring!!!

Wednesday, February 01, 2006

Oh the fate of the stuffed hedgie...

Oh the poor hedgies of the world! Slobbered on, depawed and destuffed, but oh so loved! My dog raider has two hedgies. One has been reduced to only a "pelt', while so far the other is still intact. He still loves his "pelt" and carries It in his mouth and looks lovingly at the scrap of mangled fur. I have painted this corgi picture with the common misadventures of hedgies the world over. "The destuffing of hedgie." These poor little rodents are commonly seen dangling out of a canine's mouth, and "loved" until they are shadows of their former selves. Luckily the stuffed hedgehog is not endangered and can be found lurking in the pet section of your local Walgreen's drug store. All hedgies should be happy to know that they bring great joy to the four legged creatures, and are not destuffed in vain. They will never be forgotten.