studio pets – gallery 1
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studio pets – gallery 1

A while back I asked on Facebook if anyone would be willing to share pictures of their pets helping them make art for a blog post series. I got lots of responses! I’ve decided to split them up into a few different posts so we can appreciate each animal’s cuteness in all his/her glory.

***Note: All photos shown in this post are copyright of their human. They are being posted with the human’s permission. If you’d like for your studio pet to be shown in a future Studio Pets post, send me a picture at lynnkrawczyk@gmail.com ***


Debbie H.J. has two helpers in the studio. She says, “Lilo always gives me her opinion when I’m making final touch ups on a painting. She can be very critical!”

 

“On the other hand, Stitch, just wants to lay on the supplies and couldn’t care less about the final product!


DeBorah B.’s companion is both model and relief cashier.

 


Jane L’s kitty is an attentive observer of works in progress.

 


Linda E. W. says of her (temporarily pink) pooch, “This is Coco after ‘helping’ me dry some soy wax batiks. Thankfully it wasn’t fiber-reactive dye and washed right out!”

 


Lauren Strach’s kitty says “MY fabric!”

 


Tomme G.F. has two handsome helpers. First up is Hooper.

 

And next is Max.

 

Pets and making art go hand in hand. Our lives are so much richer because of them, don’t you agree?

1 Comment
  • Sandy Borglum
    Posted at 13:10h, 20 September Reply

    Kitties – pets, in general – have a way of keeping you grounded and centered, knowing that the only one judging you is yourself. Pets love us no matter what – no matter what our art is or looks like!

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