Note Card Insides are Blank ... They Come With Envelopes
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, “Scooter” ... Japanese Chin
Scotter is the 20th in the series "Faces of Chin"
--from original 16” x 16” Acrylic on Gallery Wrap Canvas
HI, I’m Scooter! I’m an Angel now but I had a wonderful life with my Mom, Susan Willcox, who found me when I was a three month old puppy. She needed me and I was the perfect companion! We were inseparable and we did everything together. I loved to snuggle and go for car rides. We even went to a dog training class and both of us got trained. One time we went to a ChinFest and I met a chicken. Boy, did I have fun chasing that chicken! Mom even joined the fun, running behind me, telling me to stop because she was afraid the chicken might hurt my eyes.
I got sick when I was eleven years old and, after a short illness, I went straight from Mom’s arms to Rainbow Bridge. Although Mom was devastated, she will be okay because she works with the Japanese Chin Care and Rescue Effort (JCCARE) and I know she will soon have another little Chin in her arms! And, I’ll be waiting at the Bridge!
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.