The John B. Aird Gallery, is located in the heart of Toronto, Canada. Commonly known as the “Aird”, it’s one of the few remaining public art galleries in Toronto, huMom’s hometown.
In June of 2020, the Aird put out a call for dog-themed artworks to be part of a juried exhibition called Dog Days. The call stated: “We are interested in works that explore dogs as emotional & physical supports, domestic companions, family members, mythic beings, & cultural symbols. We’re interested in mutts of all kinds as well as pedigreed pooches.”
The response was pawtacular, they received submissions from 87 artists & reviewed well over 100 works which contained a wide range of dog depictions. The works fall into four broad categories based on the kinds of human-dog relations they present: good dog art, symbolic dogs, packs, & dogumentary.
Have a sniff.
You can view or download a 92 page PDF of this wagnificent dog art. HuMom loves stuff like this. How about you?
Have a pawsome weekend.
CEO Olivia ❤