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Kathmandu Boutique features Nepal Art Dogs

For the months of September and October, the Nepal Art Dogs will be at the Kathmandu Boutique here in Santa Monica.

Kathmandu Boutique Outside
Kathmandu Boutique, Santa Monica

Kathmandu Boutique is located at 1844 Lincoln Blvd, just north of Pico, on the west side of the street.   Parking is in the rear of the store.    

Kathmandu Boutique features the Nepal Art Dogs
Reena at the Kathmandu Boutique


The exhibit is already up and ready to view.  You can go to the Kathmandu Boutique's quarterly party on Sunday, September 15 -- find the full details on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/599245400117050/

There will be discounts of 15 to 25% off her regular merchandise on that day.

Nepal Art Dogs at the Kathmandu Boutique
Nepal Art Dogs at the Kathmandu Boutique


The featured Dogs (and Cats) include Brown and Quilty by Punam, Maude by Shashi, Fisher the Cool Cat by Jit Gurung, a Pointer by Arjun Karki, French Quarter the Zen Horse by Sagar Bitsa, A Shepherd and Rocky the Love Cat by Amar Shrestha, Jasper the Cockapoo by Sagar Bitsa and Jack Frost by Hari Prasad.

Nepal Art Dogs - Folk Art from the Himalayas
More Nepal Art Dogs at the Kathmandu Boutique


Also featured are Tigger the Tabby by Megh Raj Thapa, Trevor the Jack Russell by Shiva, a lovely Fox Terrier by Sanjib Rana, Solly by Amar Shrestha, Mary the Tabby by Sagar Bitsa, Lucy the Shepherd by Hari Timesina, Pesto by Shree Lamichhane, Stella the Lhasa Apso by Nara, Kali the Tibetan Terrier by Santosh, Border Collie by Jit Gurung, Neo the Rhodesian Ridgeback by Baba, Peanut the Black Lab by Dilip Niroj and a beautiful Peacock by Sufraj Khadka.

To show the diversity of these fine Nepali sign painters, I have included 17 different artists in the 23 pieces shown.   They are all approximately 12"x12" and hand painted on metal.

It is an honor to introduce more people to this disappearing art form.  

Please stop by and say hello on Sunday, September 15.   I look forward to meeting you and explaining more about this fair trade art project.

 

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