Thursday, February 25, 2010

The two other kids.

This is Bella. I did not ask for her. She was forced upon us because my daughter couldn't have her at her apartment anymore. At first, I did not think that I could handle having a large dog. She shed alot She ate alot. She barked alot. She knocked over the kids alot.

That was over a year ago and she is still with us. She grew on us over time, and she's become a great friend.
This is Mia. She was my daughter's first dog that she got when she was younger and still living at home. We didn't mean to keep her either, but she's a part of the family too and we just couldn't part with her.

Will my daughter learn her lesson and quit bringing in strays? Probably not. I better start making more room just in case.

Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Helping dog rescue shelters.

Spending my days designing some art for different dog rescue shelters.

I'm hoping to help by donating a % to each shelter when a print is purchased.

Tuesday, February 16, 2010

The Newfoundland

Another art print we feature in our store is the Newfoundland. If I had the room, I would love to have one of these dogs. They are big and beautiful. Owning one would probably feel like owning a bear. lol

Here are some Newfoundland products.

Newfoundland shirts
Newfoundland cups.

Newfoundland prints.

And Newfoundland cards.

You can find these here at my T Moody Designs dog art store.

Thursday, February 11, 2010

Charlie the Hound-another dog art piece.

I've been working on a new look to add to the choice of design for commission pieces.

Here are two versions of this basset hound.

The first one is more traditional painting like, and the second one is more of the Warhol style.

I'm sending the second one out to a fellow blogger, since this is actually a photo of her dog. I'm hoping that she likes it, even though it looks like she gets artwork of her dog all the time.

You can never have too many art pieces. :)