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All post-production profit on prints and note cards by this artist goes directly to JCCARE, a care & rescue organization for Japanese Chin.
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"Starry Starry Chin" ... Mochi, Japanese Chin
--from original acrylic on stretched canvas, 16” x 20
During his intergalactic travels, using a pair of handmade wings, Mochi decided to stop on earth for a bit, pretending to be a Japanese Chin of some normalcy. He was so successful that the humans he selected were more than convinced Mochi was very very special. His earthlings, Dana and Kevan, were enchanted with this delightful little fellow and together they formed an everlasting bond.
Dana and Kevan went from total ignorance of the Japanese Chin to absolute dedication to the breed’s nationwide foster/rescue organization, Japanese Chin Care and Rescue Effort (JCCare). It is interesting to note that quite a few of these little aliens began showing up in the Pacific Northwest about the same time as Mochi. Naturally, he wanted to help other Chin find perfect earthlings to mold into loving, caring individuals worthy of being personal servants to his Chin friends. This explains the strong group of JCCare Angels with a mission in the PNW! Because of Mochi, many Chin found their own trainable humans thanks to the tireless efforts of the JCCare volunteers.
Mochi’s ten-year visit to earth was not long enough by any means, but it changed everything for the humans he took in!
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.