McGee & Monet by Brian Gaynor

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When we think of our beloved pets, particularly those who have departed, most of us will conjure a favorite visual image (or two) permanently seared in our brain. For me, the image is of a late December afternoon, when the low San Antonio sun soaked the fields and intensified the majestic colors. I will never forget my wonder that nature could create such a beautiful palette of light, shadows, and color.

McGee sat patiently in those fields (a rare occurrence) as if she, too, were absorbing nature’s artistry. I thought at the time that this was a “Monet moment” when natural beauty and canine companionship coalesce to form an unforgetable image.

To preserve and enhance my memory, I have given the original capture an impressionistic flair. Although both have passed on, McGee and Monet remain two of my very favorites and have forged an inexorable bond.

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border collie, dog, companion, tribute, impressionism, monet, nature, palette, pet, san antonio, fields, sun

Long an avid admirer of artistic beauty, I have only recently embarked on the process of creating art. It is a passion, indeed, and one that provides nourishment for the soul.

Thank you very much for the visit, and I hope you enjoy the final product as much as I have enjoyed the creative process.

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  • FranEvans
    FranEvansover 4 years ago

    Gorgeous light, McGee’s gorgeous too.

  • She is a pretty dog. Thanks!

    – Brian Gaynor

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