My Aunt Ellen treated me to a “Paint Your Pet” class at Art and a Bottle in Lititz, PA. Part of the proceeds from the class go towards the non-profit, KPETS (a therapy pet organization) she works for. The class was packed and sold out.
I decided to paint Patrick, my last dog. Patrick was a field-bred English springer spaniel, and was a great dog. He was energetic, strong-willed, and tons of fun. He lived to be twelve.
So, after some careful instruction from the teachers and helpers at the art studio, I started painting. The process I had to use the paint the picture was different than most, as he was black and white. Still, I got the idea after a while, and began to layer on colors.
Three hours later, I had the finished product.
Here’s the photo I used for reference.
How do you think I did?