Paintings Drawings of Dogs with Sombreros | Jack Russell Terrier | Papillion Poodle

These are two 9″x12″ paintings / drawings of dogs with sombreros. The first dog is a papillion poodle mix, drawn and painted on paper with pens, markers, colored pencils, silver paint pen, and watercolors. The second dog is a jack russell terrier, also drawn and painted on paper with pens, markers, colored pencils, silver paint pen, and watercolors. I don’t think dogs are comfortable wearing sombreros, hence the disconcerted look on their faces.

Painting and Drawing of a Papillion Poodle Dog Wearing a Sombrero

Painting and Drawing of a Jack Russell Terrier Dog Wearing a Sombrero

6 Replies to “Paintings Drawings of Dogs with Sombreros | Jack Russell Terrier | Papillion Poodle”

  1. This is really cho cute!!!!
    Im really fond of pets, n u cn really judge frm their eyes, what they have to say or want…..
    Gud work!!! maybe i shud try doin some animal art..cauz i too have a German Shepherd in my swt home!!! N trust me they teach u a lott…’they r so full of Life and Love’.
    Michael! iv seen that u have this uniqueness of showing your art on quite a number of things you come across in you Life!!! Keep goin!!
    God Bless!!

  2. Thank you umesh! 🙂
    It’s true, animals are so expressive! I believe they are very aware of us, and aware of what is invisible in this world to most people. Pets have intelligence and intuition that amazes me. I hear German Shepherds are especially are smart! 😉
    ~Michael

  3. The videos are so much funm Michael. I’m really enjoying the pooches theme. (I did an animal theme for my blog this week also)

    I agree that animals are intuitive and know what we don’t. They’re far more intelligent than most people give them credit and a very precious commodity in our lives.
    Vikki

  4. Thanks Vikki! Yea, the benefits of owning a pet became very clear to me once I started caring for a dog. “Intelligent” in so many ways, and aware of the world in ways I can not fully comprehend. Like their incredible sense of smell. I imagine their brains are wired to interpret smells in very different way than people do. Amazing world! 😉

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