"Clint" ... Japanese Chin, 5 x 7 Note Cards & Assorted Size Paper & Canvas Prints

$18.75

Description

Note Card Insides are Blank ... They Come With Envelopes
THE CANVAS PRINT COMES WITH A CUSTOM GICLÉE PRINT CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY 

(Certificate image shown is for illustration purposes only.)

All post-production profit on prints and note cards by this artist goes directly to JCCARE, a care & rescue organization for Japanese Chin.

THIS TEXT IS PRINTED ON THE BACK OF THE CARD:

(along with artist contact information)

FACES OF CHIN, “Clint” ... Japanese Chin
Clint is the 8th in the series "Faces of Chin"
--from original 16” x 16” Acrylic on Gallery Wrap Canvas
    Born in Birmingham, AL, into the loving arms of JCCARE Angel, Libby Langford, Clinton and his Dad, Ed, heard the call “Go west young Chin.”  The guys loaded their backpacks with goodies and headed to the Pacific Northwest.  JCCARE Angel, Dana Baldinger, invited the little travelers to stay with her for awhile.  Clint, deciding his roaming days were over, took over Angel Dana’s home and proceeded to mark his territory, particularly all the pillows.  He became a Facebook darling by taking over the unofficial task of banding all Chin together as his own social media Chin pack and together they joined paws to raise money for Chin in need.  As his popularity grew, Facebook diva, Sophie May Chin-Meek, asked Clint to join her in a run for President and Vice President of the USA!  The dynamic duo didn’t win but they surely made their voices heard!  
    Clint’s personal philosophy may be summed up with that famous saying:  “If you can’t eat it or play with it then pee on it and walk away.”  

The Artist:  Martha Hooks, a Southerner by birth and choice, has always had dogs in her life.  Her memories of going to field trials with her dad as well as time spent in conformation rings with her Long Coat Chihuahuas helped expand her knowledge of canine anatomy, breed traits and personalities.  She paints full time and commissions are accepted, time permitting.  Of course, her favorite subjects wear fur coats year around. 

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