Homey was a great grand dog to my Human Mom. R.I.P.
Sara’s precious Giles is a regal little poodle.
A loving Mom wanted a collage of her daughter’s favorite dog, Duffy for her early December birthday. I chopped a hat in half to resemble the photo of the precious pup, that was taken last Christmas.
Do you want a custom pet portrait collage of your or your loved ones precious pet? Please visit my Human Mom’s website http://www.maggybrown.com/my-gallery/ and send some fun photos to firstname.lastname@example.org for terms of sales.
Winnifred is an adorable black pug of a wonderful young woman who’s Mom is lovingly giving to her daughter for Hanukkah.
This loving Mom even had me collage her two pugs, Oliver and Dodger, for her husband.
Do you want a custom pet portrait collage of your or your loved ones precious pet? Please visit my Human Mom’s website http://www.maggybrown.com/my-gallery/ or send some fun photos to email@example.com
Meet Stitch, a pit bull mix that a young man is gifting to a friend. I had too much fun gathering fall leaves, photocopying and cutting out to mimic his fur.
My human Mom having so much fun creating art for her children’s picture book series about me, Lawrence the Wonder Dog. It all started with ripped paper backgrounds to depict the beach and seaside for the first book and then she explored collaging the dogs. You should have seen the mess she created all on her own–without my help.
She talks a lot while she’s working and I hear her tell me,
“The NY Times Mutual Fund report spoke to me to depict white fur—is white really just white? Jack Russell Terriers are covered with more white fur than brown or black. Construction paper has a nice fur-like texture for the brown patched and dark gray wallpaper can give the black spots more texture.
I discovered I needed to illustrate other dogs for my upcoming children’s book: Lawrence the Wonder Dog Gets Vaccinated. At first I was downloading random dogs from the Internet and making collages. I decided to ask my close friends just before Christmas for cherished photos of their precious pets so that I could get the images I desired and make thoughtful gifts.
I use old wallpaper samples, the NY Times Mutual Fund reports, scanned fabric swatches and such. It is uncanny how I can capture the pet’s personality by merely using bits of different colored and patterned papers.”
Would you like a portrait of your pet?
Please send me, Lawrence a Love Note or email the artist, my human Mom, firstname.lastname@example.org, for more information.