About the Artist:
P. S. Bledsoe has been painting for about ten years, and recently she decided to focus on painting only images of dogs, as she is most impressed with how our canine companions just fully experience whatever is going on around them and react exactly how they feel with pure emotion. “No judgment or criticism or worry, just living right now. And of course, they are so full of unconditional love for us,” Pam says.
Her plan is to learn to paint much faster, and probably more loosely, more with an impressionistic quality. She then would like to connect with local shelters and rescue organizations, painting some of their dogs, and donating some of the profits to them.
Because Pam’s vision is so similar to that of Dogbotz Boneyard, we are not only honored to present her work through the Dogbotz Boneyard Gallery of Art but also delighted to donate 20% of each of her pieces sold to our own preselected charity that focuses on domestic animal, wildlife and/or environmental welfare.
Dogbotz Boneyard has collected the artwork of P. S. Bledsoe because of her capacity to capture the veritable essence of each dog she selects to portray, be it through a soulful expression or a playful posture. In addition, her color selection and juxtaposition of light surfaces with darker or shadowy ones enhance our connection to the subject in a profoundly ineffable, spiritual manner, gently reminding us of why dogs have for millennia been our best friends and most loyal companions. And so, from our Dogbotz Boneyard Gallery of Art for your own personal collection, we present P. S. Bledsoe’s Happy Shep, part of The Canine Folk collection.