This one has been a looong time in the making, but it’s finally ready to share! This new print was inspired by one of our many beach walks & it features a little frenchie in front of a background of abstracted waves or swirls.
It makes me smile whenever I look at it. I hope you like it, too!
It’s so much fun seeing your artwork go out into the world and really, I feel like that in itself is reward enough. So when someone takes the time to share with me why they bought the artwork, or who it reminds them of, or how it looks in their home- well, it’s just extra special and I love it!
Today I discovered this awesome collage thank you that Lauren made, featuring her dog, who happens to look an awful lot like Henri. Don’t you think?
It’s so great! Thanks for sharing, Lauren!
My “Princess Bella: French Bulldog with Crown” print is in this lovely treasury today! So of course I had to share.
I really love mint right now. In fact, I’m working on a new Henri collage piece right now that features a mint background. Can’t wait to share that with you later!
So excited to share this with you this morning! I just finished this little portrait of a fawn french bulldog and it’s available in the shop today.
So many cute frenchie things, including some of my favorites!
I just love it when people take time out of their day to create etsy treasuries that feature something from my shop. What a compliment!
Here is a recent favorite:
The appeal of the mustache just doesn’t fade.
Treasuries are collections created by etsy users of their favorite things with similar themes.
Estudiomartita created this one in homage to her dog Kodi, who recently passed away. I was so honored she included me!
I’m so happy to tell you the shop is up and running again.
Baby brother Noah is 6 weeks old now and I think that’s old enough for walks to the post office once more! Our next challenge: getting Liz to work on new inventory during naps– with my help, of course! 🙂
I received some exciting news over the holiday period. Two of Liz’s paintings of me sold!
One of them was on display at my friend’s fabulous dog spa, Biscuit Magoo, in Staten Island, New York:
and this one was for sale in the etsy shop:
I didn’t get to help pack the first one up, but I did help with the second. It was hard to say goodbye, but I know it was going to a good home!
I made Liz put a little surprise in the back:
Do you think she will like it?
Can you see henri repeats in the middle towards the bottom? This is so super exciting!
Thanks again Melissa and thanks etsy!