Friday, April 15, 2011

She Touched My Paw, Gently Leaned Against My Cheek, and Softly Kissed Me Nancy Daleo - Print


 SHE TOUCHED MY PAW, GENTLY LEANED AGAINST MY CHEEK, 

AND SOFTLY KISSED ME
Nancy Daleo, Los Angeles, California
The longest title for a painting ever! It's the truth, however. These sweetheart Chihuahua's were both rescued by Noah's Bark, a non profit group run by truly caring and self sacrificing people. Noah's is  located in Manhattan Beach, California.
The kisser, Genevieve, was found pregnant at the age of eight or so. This tiny, sweet, girl was living on the streets and is now a permanent resident on my lap. Although it can be a little difficult to work around her, the joy she brings to me makes up for the minor discomfort. The kissee, Frida, was found at two weeks of age on the streets in Hollywood, California. Both are in a home where they are adored and treasured...my home.

SHELTER DOGS ARE TOUGH, COURAGEOUS, AND FULL OF CHARACTER, 
DON'T PITY THE SHELTER DOG, ADOPT ONE.
Acrylic on Arches

Size: 5.5" x 5.5" with 14" x 14" double mattes and acid free foam core in wood frame. Gallery framed.
Ready to hang!

Email waredaleo@sbcglobal.net for more information.

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