This is a baby who comes to the park. Her name is Peekaboo.
She comes in a sling like my human nephew Henry.
Now she is allowed to go on the ground. Some of the little guys play with her.
You will probably want to know about the new direction my art has gone in.
It is very exciting! Can you guess how I do it?
It is called "Peinture de Nazo" or
You can do it too!!
You put your nose on the window when you are looking for your friends.
Then Mum says, "Look what Buster's done!"
Then Dad comes with Windex so I can do a new one.
Here is the nose I use for painting.
The small guy is Jasper. I think you saw him before.
I hope your painting comes out good.
Your art is the best and you do have a fine nose for it! Most impressive- paws up and ten woofs! I am too short to see out of the window but in the car i do have some smoosh art on the window. I do it with my tongue and my toes. You might approve. It is the only art I can do.Except for the heads of my toys that i suck into points.ReplyDelete
We just love the new direction your art is headed....Very fresh!! I think I will try it on the car window!ReplyDelete
Mama says those herbs in your window look very delish!
That baby is the cutest and your nose art is the best. Wait a minute....no, you're the cutest! Isn't there some way to preserve your art? There's a dog making big money with his art- I can't remember his name but when I remember I'll tell you and maybe you can make big money, too.ReplyDelete
What a lovely painting!ReplyDelete
Buster, you are an inspiration to all artists. Always trying new styles and mediums. Your latest work is so unique and remarkable. The photography shows the detail very well. Like stained glass!ReplyDelete
Our cat, Thomas, has done similar work, but in a much smaller scale and very horizontal. I like how you use the full space available.
dear buster, you have SO MANY good stories! i try to read a few every time i'm here. they always make me smile [and i don't smile too easily].ReplyDelete
i like your nose paintings very much. my friend rufus is good at it too. i haven't tried it much myself. i mostly use my nose for hunting possums. but i will try to make some soon. i'm sure my mum will love them too. xox
Buster, your nose is noble, and it's great to know that nose can also create great art. Wow!ReplyDelete
It was grand to see you ... that new hair cut of yours is actually all right. It doesn't diminish your Buster-ness. Hoping that you liked those biscuits. Hoping to see you again soon.
Peekaboo is a cute little gal... and you look dashing in your new fur cut, Buster. You have given a new meaning to the term nose job.ReplyDelete
Ah Buster, you never disappoint! We are very impressed with your impasto effect ~ as we are too short to do much art on windows around the house, we work mostly on car windows. We call our works "Nose drippings" as we are not bilingual and not too sophisticated when it comes to artwork. Looking forward to your gallery show!ReplyDelete
Speck & Sprocket
you and Jasper look so handsome there togetherReplyDelete
you are wonderful models
Peekaboo is adorable
my cats Isadora and Siren do a lot of nose art
Nobody nose art like you Buster!ReplyDelete
Your artwork continues to awe and amaze.
It is nice to see that you are making new friends. You are such a good, good dog!
Hey Mr. Nazo! I must say, your latest artwork rivals your Dad's - but shhhhh - don't tell him that! (wink, wink) Hugs from your Auntie D. xxxReplyDelete
Oh I have missed you Buster.ReplyDelete
Good to see you are developing your artistic narrative.
LOL! I love your nose painting art. ;-)ReplyDelete
We like your haircut, very summery! And nose painting? Yes, we have seen car windows painted like that and even us sometimes paint the windows with our nose when we are birdwatching!ReplyDelete