HAPPY NATIONAL PET DAY #art by jay

“Dog Run”

Today for National Pet Day, I am offering 2 of my Abstract Art Prints inspired by my beautiful and loving Chocolate Lab, Khalil, who was a great family pet for us for 14 years.

Both are separate, unique pieces with different colors and inspirations. “Dog Run” is an abstraction of Khalil running and playing in the park and “Cave Dog” is an abstraction of Khalil, reminiscent of a pre-historic cave painting.

Both were created using oil pastels on watercolor paper.

Various sized prints and frames are now available for purchase, in my ArtDesigns shop.

“Cave Dog”

Artwork ©Jay Mora-Shihadeh

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