We Love These 5 New Adorable Dog Art Pieces!

January 30, 2021

Roanoke Marshes Lighthouse Fun is an original acrylic painting by Kim Gerber of dogs at the Manteo, NC lighthouse

By Chelsea Reed

Love is in the air at Seaside Art Gallery, and who can resist the loyal affection of a dog? We spotted five recent pieces that just arrived at the Gallery, and we can hardly wait to show you how adorable these furry friends are. Get ready for your heart to melt when you see them. 

Roanoke Marshes Lighthouse Fun is an original acrylic painting by Kim Gerber.

These canine companions are certainly having a good time at Roanoke Marshes Lighthouse! From catching ball to frisbees and even fishing, they sure know how to spend a sunny afternoon in Manteo, NC. Some are not even afraid to get their feet wet. This colorful scene is painted in acrylic and is a wonderful addition to an Outer Banks themed home decor collection.

White Pointer is an original oil painting of a dog by Karla Smith

Isn’t this oil painting of a white pointer simply irresistible? Its playful and happy romp is the perfect example of the Pointer hunting breed. The background colors provide a gorgeous contrast to the dog’s shorthaired coat. Here’s a fun fact: the Pointer has been depicted in original art for more than 3,000 years! Its first appearance is believed to be in the walls of Ancient Egyptian tombs.

Dignity is an original oil painting of a dog by Carol McClees

The soft, friendly face of a Golden Retriever is a welcome sight for sore eyes. This one, in particular, has decided to show a more regal pose in this oil painting. The results are undeniably adorable, and, as the name implies, dignified. Its warm neutral tones are a great addition for the bedroom, living room, or home office.

Tracker is an oil painting of a blood hound dog by the artist Debra KeirceSpeaking of adorable, we’re convinced this Bloodhound must have a heartwarming superpower that can melt away the coldest of winter chills. The oil painting accurately captures the folds and details of this beloved breed. Bloodhounds have some of the best senses of smell in the entire animal kingdom. These faithful companions have helped humans track game and lost people since the Middle Ages. 

Bad Dog is a watercolor painting by artist Rachelle Siegrist

Art viewers beware, this little Chihuahua might give you the case of cuteness overload! While the definition of “bad dog” could be a matter of interpretation, in this case, the bright colors in this watercolor painting have a delightful universal appeal. Who can deny the face of this little fella?   

These four-legged companions and more can be seen right now at Seaside Art Gallery’s annual Animals in Art Show. A portion of the proceeds of these pieces helps animals in need. The show is fully viewable at the Gallery and online at this website. 

Chelsea Reed is a copywriter who writes online content, articles, blogs, and websites from her base in North Carolina

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