Description What a cutie! ... hence, the name of the painting: CORGI CUTIE! There are two breeds of Welsh corgis, the Cardigan and the Pembroke, each named for the county in Wales where it originated. The differences between the two breeds include bone structure, body length, and size.The Welsh corgi is a small type of herding dog. Corgis have large rounded ears and a long flowing tail set in line with the body. Although they specialize in herding cattle, corgis are also used to herd sheep and Welsh ponies.They are also one of the few breeds able to herd geese. A protective instinct makes the corgi a wonderful pet. In fact, the corgi is protective of his owner, guards children, and is a loyal pet. Corgis are intelligent animals and loving companions. Queen Elizabeth II has corgis at the royal palace. Her first corgi was named Susan. Some portraits of Queen Elizabeth II include a corgi.This art piece was painted with several kinds of paint and inks, and then enhanced digitally. Detail work took multiple hours, the artist adding little bits of graffiti, ribbon, and hearts one by one. The colors are bright and happy. It is a wonderful, whimsical, and fun painting.
Eloise Schneider Mote, Milwaukee Member Since December 2013 Artist Statement Eloise’s rustic paintings, prints, giclees, and canvas prints have the classic beauty and style of antiques. Her paintings and prints on canvas include landscapes and floral still life. She also paints on old wood, combining history with art, as she incorporates antique jewelry, tools, hats, musical instruments or frames into her creations. Eloise has been featured in Lee Magazine and Sunshine Artist Magazine as well as in newspapers and on television and has won numerous awards.
An educator herself, Eloise was one of the illustrators for the I Can Say That book, winner of the Early Language Literacy Award. Eloise also illustrated the book Jesus is Born, written by Brenda O'Quinn and published by Synerge Books.
Eloise paints fine art pieces that encompass gorgeous landscapes, flowers, cotton fields, floral arrangements, and other delicate and detailed works. Her playful side lends a hand in her creation of fun art - striped cats, fat pigs, big lipped fish, and curious cows. Eloise's art also includes images of Italy, Germany, France, Spain, and Mexico - down by the water, in a village, or near a field in the sunlight of the dawn. She also paints ships and beaches, trees and forests, and the beautiful landscapes of the United States.
Faith is important to Eloise as an artist and she develops that belief system into many of her paintings: three crosses at Calvary, the cross on Pensacola Beach that overlooks the bay, children in the hands of God, the birth of Jesus Christ, and others.
Perhaps the most unusual of Eloise's artwork are her watercolor and digital renditions of American Sign Language. As a teacher of the deaf and other children with special needs, Eloise has a heart for the art that reflects her love for those children. Her painting of the ASL "I Love You" sign is bright and bold, a wonderful piece for a hearing or deaf person to enjoy. The world is grand and love can be too. Eloise's work is just that: full of love and life. Her paintings of animals take on a "pop art" style: bright and colorful! These are quite popular.