[pl_section section=”mygallery” id=”Loose-Canine-p1″]
|[icon name=”map-marker” class=”” unprefixed_class=””]||41 Chemin St Paul, Knowlton, QC J0E 1V0 [icon name=”wheelchair” class=”” unprefixed_class=””]
|[icon name=”phone” class=”” unprefixed_class=””]||403 613-1118|
|[icon name=”envelope” class=”” unprefixed_class=””]||email@example.com|
|[icon name=”external-link” class=”” unprefixed_class=””]||https://loosecanine.com/|
[pl_section section=”button” id=”map”]
Paintings on wood
LooseCanine is a pseudonym and alter-ego. It is an identity that is separate and distinct from its owner – who is dull and full of self-imposed limitations and worst of all, a cat.
LooseCanine is free and fearless. It paints other animals and thinks of them as symbols of peace, strength, truth, harmony, and chaos.
LooseCanine paints energy and traces its constant flow and stir. It’s about moving paint, making lines and shapes and piling on layers until the work is finished with its maker. It paints with artists’ acrylic and latex house paint on hard surfaces. Image quality is somewhere between wood-cut printing and random doodling. Influences include native American art, wood-cut printing, and engraving. LooseCanine thinks like a dog, which is not too much.
Default Gallery Type Template
This is the default gallery type template, located in:
If you're seeing this, it's because the gallery type you selected has not provided a template of it's own.