Pug home décor; the way to a warm fuzzy feeling in your home
Pug person? Can you resist cute Pug stuff?
I have three real-life Pugs, but can I resist surrounding myself with “pugart”? Nope. I have several original paintings of Pugs (it’s a perk of being an artist), and also one Pug canvas wall art print. Folks, let me tell you, if you can’t afford an original painting, canvas prints are a great option at a fraction of the cost. Thaddius, or several other Pugs you’ll find in my shop, would be happy to join your household as paper prints, canvas prints or even refrigerator magnets.
Mr. Pugsley was most likely dressed in his finest attire when he commissioned this portrait around the time of the American Revolution. Only the most well-to-do Pugs would likely have sat for their portraits. Owning such a piece was a status symbol. He might have been visited by an itinerant portrait painter, who traveled from town to town, exchanging his painting skills for room and board. Okay, not really. I painted this, but I was inspired by this true bit of American portraiture history.
One of our Pugs, Bogus Bunsen Bean, is an integral part of my business. He is my only employee, and I am lucky to have him. He’s an excellent envelope sealer for my packages of small prints and magnets. And he inspects the packages before they go out in the mail.