The Pet Museum Features Me and Cookie!

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The Pet Museum

The curator of The Pet Museum website first discovered Cookie and her impertinent expression in “The Goddess”, then visited my website. She was very complimentary of how much character I had captured in the block print “in the tilt of the head and the curl of the toes”.

She also warned that a visit to my website was “Adventure-time”! I hope everyone sees it that way.

I am so flattered to be discovered by The Pet Museum, striving to bring “The lives, times, art and history of our pets” to one place. I really enjoyed my visit to the entries on this site—what an inspiration for art and writing subjects! And what an honor to be among such company as G.K. Chesterton canine anectodes and Russian painter Boris Kustodiev!

Visit The Pet Museum for yourself and enjoy!


5 Comments on “The Pet Museum Features Me and Cookie!”

  1. animalartist says:

    Thanks, everyone! And thanks to Cookie for being such an inspiration! I owe it all to them.

  2. Marg says:

    That is so wonderful and you sure do deserve that. I never heard of the Pet Museum before but how super that they found you. You must be very excited.

  3. Congrats, Bernadette!

    😀

  4. Ingrid King says:

    Congratulations! How exciting – and how well-deserved.

  5. thepetmuseum says:

    Well, it was my great pleasure and privilege to feature you and the Goddess Cookie! I love to find pet art of true quality and share such work with everyone -it’s what us art historians are supposed to do. Keep making beautiful work and please give Cookie a scratch for me. — Curator


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