Forget Picasso, Ivy may just be the greatest artist of all time (Picture: Caters)A retired nurse has made £15,000 by selling artwork painted by her dog.Ivy the dog with one of her paintings (Picture: Caters)Lisa donates the profits from Ivy’s artwork to local charities and food banks in their area.
Since then, the Dutch graphic designer and visual artist has turned hundreds of cats, dogs and guinea pigs into works of art for his website L’animorphe.“The portraits are not meant to be anything other than a remembrance of the love of a dog or a cat.
Rescue dog Max, one, has earned a reputation for destruction (Picture: Kennedy News and Media)Lorna Lowery left her dog Max alone for just two minutes when she popped into the garden to tidy away her children’s toys.
Bessie remained blue even after a few washes (Picture: Twitter/ @sachab71)The travel agent, from Brandiston, Norfolk, posted the photo of Bessie on social media and said: ‘What do you do when your dog rolls in some acrylic paint and it will not come out after two washes?
But even that didn’t work, with the remaining stain leaving Benji looking like Peppa Pig. Treana accidentally spilled a blob of watercolour paint on the dog (Picture: Kennedy News and Media)Treana, 35, confessed her crimes over the phone to her 73-year-old parents, who thankfully were able to see the funny side.
Joseph Inabnet had to put his beloved dog Bailey down in October last year – but he’s already bought and paid for a supply of special pet food to last her for months.
Take a Tour of the AKC Museum of the Dog in New York People have been in love with man’s best friend for centuries. The rich history of these beloved creatures is now on display in New York City at the American Kennel Club (AKC) Museum of the Dog , which opened February 8.