Tuesday, April 27, 2010

"Frolicking" Two Chihuahua's framed painting Nancy Daleo Los Angeles California




"FROLICKING"
Nancy Daleo
Los Angeles, California
Customed Framed Oil Painting

14"x10" oil painting on 140 lb. Arches Archival Paper. Painting is mounted on acid free foam core which and mounted on a striped background done in pastels on Arches. Double acid free raised mattes in a custom frame and museum glass.  Frame measures 24 x 30.

This painting depicts two Chihuhua rescues spending a carefree afternoon frolicking at home in sunny California. Amelia and Frida are both rescues and consider themselves very fortunate to have met the kind people of Noah's Bark Rescue who saved their precious lives.

10% of the proceeds from the sale of this painting will benefit NOAH'S BARK, www.noahsbark.org, in Manhattan Beach, CA

To inquire, please email waredaleo@sbcglobal.net.

2 comments:

  1. Thanx Esri, and these are my two wonderful girls who play all day and always have big smiles on their little faces. Amelia, the girl with black fur, was rescued by Gerrie Mooney of Noah's Bark. She was very, very ill and Gerrie brought her back to life. She is the sweetest pup. Every friday we dance in my living room together. She has come to expect it!

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