2004 – Innersport’s Fall Art Show: Dogs, Dogs, Dogs!
Show opened Saturday, September 18 at 7 p.m. with our usual good party; the artwork was up until January. Many people who have a dog, love dogs and know exactly why dogs are our best friends and potential healers were there for the opening or came by later.
A lifelong fan of photography and artwork, Dr. Greaux designed her clinic expansion with a gallery in mind; it displays the work of emerging and established artists, with new shows coming up every three to four months.
Lori’s portraits “uplift spirits… capture joy, love, and celebrate life”. Lori photographs intuitively and she invites the magic of the moment to flow. Her approach is candid, playful, and energetic. Her work has been published by Time Warner Books, Simon & Schuster, San Francisco Chronicle, BARK Magazine, and Fido Friendly. Lori volunteers on the Development Committee for the Berkeley-East Bay Humane Society and supports other animal welfare organizations. Lori’s muse is her puppy Flash, a chiweenie (half Chihuahua- half Dachshund). He is 5 pounds of pure joy and his whole body wags with exuberance.
Lori offers fun portrait sessions at beaches, parks, and client’s homes. Please contact Lori at 510.559.8119 for deTAILS about Innersport Chiropractic Specials.
Jonathan is a 1992 fine arts graduate from Syracuse University where he received a B.F.A. in printmaking (Cum Laude). His love of drawing dogs comes mostly from the inspiration he gets from his own furry friend, Bongo, who has been his best friend for the past seven years and continues to make him smile and laugh every day.
Besides pet portraits he does extensive work in many different types of media. His subject matter ranges from illustrative to formative abstract expressions. Jonathon has shown in galleries in N.Y.C., Syracuse and San Francisco. The Archive collections of Syracuse and Yale Universities contain some of his works.
After over forty-five years doing film animation, kids books, cartoon books, educational software and lots of other stuff, Mitchell says he is finally going to the dogs.
Elizabeth specializes in painting dogs, delights in painting a variety of other subjects and ideas, and has a fine time working on commissions. Her work has appeared in New York City and San Francisco.