Welcome to Friday everyone, CEO Olivia reporting. Today I’ve sniffed out the work of San Francisco artist Sam Price. His art technique is called collage or photo-montage. It requires hours of assembling, cutting & pasting hundreds of tiny paper pieces onto canvas to create a finished work of art. His work is considered Eco-friendly as his materials are recycled.
To celebrate International Purple Day, I’m having a silent auction where you can bid on a Knotty Toy for your good dog or cool cat. Just visit my Facebook page, Oh, The Life Of Olivia, I’ve pinned the auction to the top of the page & all the details are there. You’ll be helping the Wally Foundation – Canine Epilepsy.
Have a pawsome weekend.
CEO Olivia ❤
While sniffing about the inter-webs for dog related art I came across something different. Back in 2013, Brooklyn artist Will Kurtz did a solo exhibit at the Mike Weiss Gallery in New York City.
Constructed of unlikely materials such as newspaper, glue, wire & wood, there are more than 20 dogs of every breed, size & color, each rendered more expressively than the next.
Check out this wooftastic exhibit.
Be sure to enter my Barkday Giveaway if you haven’t already. You could win a Knotty Toy for your good dog or cat. Go on Facebook & visit my page, Oh, the Life of Olivia, or Knotty Toys for Good Dogs page to enter.
CEO Olivia ❤
The Rodgers Tanksley Pack know how to enjoy a good Knotty Gnaw & Knotty Chaw chew.
Meet Good Dog Doozer.
Meet Good Dog Patches.
Meet Good Dog Gabby.
Doozer & his huMom doing the Knotty Gnaw dance.
Deanne Rodgers Tanksley is also the huMom of Riley of ‘Living The Life of Riley’.
Riley like me is a Canine Epilepsy Ambassador. You can read about his journey with Canine Epilepsy on his Facebook page.
CEO, Olivia ❤