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“Costco now selling commissioned pet portraits online by artist Brandis Sarich”. The oregonian, viagra viagra sale Feb, 2014 ” If you didn’t believe before that you could buy everything you ever needed or wanted atCostco, consider this: The megastore is now selling commissioned pet portraits. Now along with works by Chagall, Miro and Klee, Costco customers can purchase personalized pictures of their own pet online through the store’s online fine art sales.
“Inspired by the human animal bond. The Weekly Sun, tadalafil July 11, 2012 “Brandis Sarich couldn’t have pets in the San Francisco apartment she grew up in. So she did the next best thing- she walked a tumbleweed around on a leash.” Click here to read the full article.
“Art Lovers flock to 49th Annual Lake Oswego Festival of the Arts. Portland Society Page, case Lake Oswego, June 24th, 2012. “The Lakewood Center for the Arts earned high praise from supporters enjoying the creative endeavors of artists like Brandis Sarich who is pictured with her husband, Kevin Sarich.” Click here to read the full article
“Artist in Residence brings Astropup to St. Joseph School, Sylavnia Advantage May, 2012.” Animal portrait artist Brandis Sarich recently spent two weeks at St. Joseph School as artist in residence. Students had the opportunity to work with Ms. Sarich to create portraits of their pets or adopted pets from April 16 through April 27.” Click here to read the full article.
“Guest artist guides St. Joseph School students to completing pet projects, Toledo Blade April 2012. ” Pets are the order of the day in art classes at St. Joseph School in Sylvania, where artist in residence Brandis Sarich has the students painting portraits of their favorite animals.” Click here to read the full article.
“It’s Not Just a Painting: Astropup Animal Portraits” FETCH For the Love of Pets Dec 8, 2011. ” Brandis Sarich of Astropup totally gets it. Her art is about the communion, love and joy that animals (all animals) bring to our every day lives. To her, every big happy painting is much much more than recreating an image. She creates portaits of beloved of our animals, out best friends.” Click here to read the full article.
“Sun Valley artist interprets Bo Obama for fundraiser” Times News April 2011. “Brandis Sarich watched the events unfolding in northern Japan last month with horror and sympathy. For her, they hit close to home, because the tsunami threatened her house in Hawaii, where she spends part of the year when not at her home near Magic Reservoir.” Click here to read the full article.