I think one thing that made our dachshund art exhibit different (and perhaps better in my opinion) is that we allowed dachshunds and their humans to both join us. Some galleries can be uptight and obnoxious about allowing dogs in, but not us. Dachshund humans were given permission to bring their long-bodied hounds inside, and it made perfect sense since the show celebrated the lowriders. It was also wonderful that all the dachshunds in attendance were well behaved. The feedback from the general public was very positive and many liked seeing the dachshunds in print and in person. This wirehair beauty visited us and made a very nice impression on all the gallery patrons. She was simply adorable.
Don’t forget dachshund friends, there are only FIVE more days to buy your original, limited edition print in a custom frame. Please don’t be shy about inquiring about dimensions, etc. We’re happy to answer any and all questions. We have already sold two small works: Legs and Polie & Leo (chocolate pair). Thanks dachshund friends in advance for the consideration.
who was the new wire cutie?
I don’t remember her name, but she was cute for sure.
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