Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Pet Expressions

Petrie's Pedestal

Chances are good that you have, or have had, a beloved pet. In fact, in the U.S., chances are good that you don't want your pet to be lonely when you're not home, so your pet has a pet. We love our animals almost as much as our relatives; in some cases, more than our relatives. We display pictures of our them on our desks and cubical walls and refrigerators.We give them such great confidence in their looks and lovableness, they often display themselves for more adoration, as my cat, Petrie, above, demonstrates.

Many of the artists of the Design Style Guide have provided artwork to feed our pet-loving hearts. Click on any link below to see details of the samples below, as well as more of the artist's work.

Playful Kittens by Mountainbrook


Mommy's Girl by Elizabeth Graf
(Elizabeth will paint a portrait of your pet, too!)

Painted Palm Frond "Binky" by srallsmith
(srallsmith will paint your pet on a palm frond, from a photo)


Lady in Flowers by Diane Clancy


A search on DesignStyleGuide.net will find more pet artwork, as well as pet-pampering items that your wee furry ones certainly deserve.

2 comments:

http://hbretzke.blogspot.com said...

hallo Rita, Dein Hund ist auch sehr schön, ich habe auch eine Hündin auf http://www.meinemischlingshuendin.blogspot.com
Deine Seite ist super toll, liebe Grüsse Hanna

Tins and Treasures said...

And I want to know how your cat gets up there?! Take care ~Natalie

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