New Stone Age on West Third here in Los Angeles has new Danger Dogs in stock.
Kahuna the Zen Pug by Shree. Kahuna rests his head on a pink and blue couch that is reminiscent of Matisse. The blue dogbone dogtag is a nice touch.
This dramatic Sheepdog by Khanchan of Pokhara is on extra durable metal.
This brutish Chocolate Labrador is by Sagar. This is from when Sagar painted his Danger Dogs as thugs.
Amar Shrestha made Laverne the Bulldog into a sweet dog (and gave her a slimmed physique, too) with a charming underbite.
Dilip painted this double portrait of the Pomeranians King and Princess. It is 12" x 15". Sold!
Another good double dog painting is this pair of Cavalier King Charles Spaniels signed Birju. Painted by Vinosh, who now is off in Saudi Arabia doing remittance work. Therefore portraits by Vinosh are no longer available. Birju does the lettering and signs the artwork.
This little Westie was walking by my house one day and I took this photo. Painted by Hari Prasad.
Davey the Black Labrador Retriever by Nara of Asha Arts. Sold.
This black and red dachshund is by Govinda Kalikote.
This pitbull is by Sagar and part of his Thug Series.
A very studly Italian Mastiff painted by Pulkit of Nepal Arts.
This profile of a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel with a hunter green background is by Santosh Shrestha of Pokhara.
This Lhasa Apso by Birju Studios was one of four Fran couldn't let go. Again by Vinosh, you will not be able to get this artist for at least another 3 years. Sold to a true Lhasa Apso fan!
This little white dog is also by Vinosh.
Another painting by Vinosh. This is his version of a Scottie dog.
Lastly, we have Bubba the Boxer by Ram Krishna. Sold!
Stop by and see these lovely new additions to New Stone Age. New Stone Age is located at 8407 West Third Street (cross street Orlando) 90048. You can call for directions at: 323-658-5969. Or check out Fran's website at: NewStoneAgeLA.com
It is hard to believe that in 2 weeks I will be back in my beloved Nepal.
There is no better time than the present to order your very own Danger Dog (or Cat)! Each commission will give work to 3 Nepali signboard artists. Satisfaction guaranteed as you pay only after you choose which of the 3 portraits you prefer. I will return from Nepal in early December in time for the holidays. What better present than to have your pet immortalized on metal by these talented artists? You can have these signboards say whatever you like and can choose the artists and type of art you'd like.
Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or comments. You can also go to my website at NepalDog.com to see more.