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I studied painting at Philadelphia College of Art, and decades later, I’m putting my education to good use. Who knew back then that I'd be merging my love for animals with those beautiful historical portraits I studied in my art history classes!

Over the past 14 years, my prim and proper portraits of dogs, cats, goats, pigs and other menagerie have been featured in many venues but there are a few I’m most proud of.

I was featured in a local PBS show called “Making It Here".

My portraits made a page, front and center, in Country Living Magazine… I’ve always loved that magazine!

My portrait of “Margaret, Queen of Dachshund” was the featured image in an exhibit called “Reigning Cats and Dogs” at the Museum of Fine Arts in Springfield, MA; In that magnificent…

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  • Joined July 3, 2012

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I studied painting at Philadelphia College of Art, and decades later, I’m putting my education to good use. Who knew back then that I'd be merging my love for animals with those beautiful historical portraits I studied in my art history classes!

Over the past 14 years, my prim and proper portraits of dogs, cats, goats, pigs and other menagerie have been featured in many venues but there are a few I’m most proud of.

I was featured in a local PBS show called “Making It Here".

My portraits made a page, front and center, in Country Living Magazine… I’ve always loved that magazine!

My portrait of “Margaret, Queen of Dachshund” was the featured image in an exhibit called “Reigning Cats and Dogs” at the Museum of Fine Arts in Springfield, MA; In that magnificent building, my paintings were in the company some of the most fabulous examples of historical pet art in the world.

Several of my portraits are now on wine labels. One of the labels were listed in Rachael Ray’s magazines as an “LOL Wine Label”… something you’d buy not because you love the wine but because the label makes you laugh. And of all things, I like the idea that my art makes people happy.

And on that note, thank you for visiting my shop. I hope my portraits have brightened your day. I think it should be fun to create art and fun to see it, too.

You can check out the latest on my blog: http://www.carollew.com/blog/
Hang out with me on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CarolLew.Artist

Sincerely,

Carol Lew

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