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© 2019 by Linda Lindus Fine Art. Proudly created with Wix.com

Animal Personality Gallery

All paintings on this page are available. Each is as original. I paint black dogs in situations that all pet parents are likely to experience or have experienced. It is sad that black dogs, and even kitties, are the last ones to be adopted at shelters. The fur babies painted here show how loving and playful they can be. There are also pet portraits to honor that special pet and a Texas Longhorn for the Western enthusiast.

Mr. Roadruner is after his favorite meal - a lizard. This oil on board is called "Chasing Lizards" and is 6 x 18. Roadrunners mate for life, and males similar to this one will often bring the female a gift, usually an edible treat. Mr. Roadrunner is heading to Sedona for a show/sale beginning March 5, 2020

"It's My Chair" is a 10 x 10 oil on board. This oil takes a look at the quirky personality of the Australian Shepherd who has taken up residence in his favorite chair. He does have one blue eye and one brown eye, which is a trait of the breed.

"Sir Harold Digger" is a 12 x 12 acrylic on canvas and will be included in the Top Shelf Invitational Small Works Show in February-March. Please visit the Exhibit Page for more information.

"What Shoe?" is a 16 x 20 acrylic on canvas. As an artist the black dogs in playful situations is a tribute to black dogs which are often the last dogs to be rescued even though they are as lovable as other fur babies.

"Play Ball" is an original 16 x 16 on board.

""Gray Horse" is a 24 x 36 on canvas and is oil/acrylic mixed media. Awaiting Delivery, Gray Horse will arrive in the cold climate of the upper mid-west in mid-March.


"She's Got Horns" is a 48 x 24 oil on canvas

"Happy" is a 10 x 10 acrylic mixed media on board. And boy is she happy!  "Happy" found a new home during the Small Works Invitational. She leaves the Gallery walls Feb. 28.

"Halp!" is a 10 x 10 acrylic on canvas