Two artists at work – the dog Sculptor portraying her pet in carved wood and the pet who puts on an act to look like a sculpture. Amazing how our pet dogs blend in with the owner’s life, no matter how artistic it may be.
Dog Portraits Carved In Wood
Japanese artist, Mio Hashimoto, works in animal and nature sculpture as well as in other media such as painting, photography and video. She makes animal sculptures carved out of wood. And can we add pet portrait, if we go by her pictures from the studio with many arrangements juxtaposing her pet dog Tsuki-kun and her unusual and wonderful life-size and life-like sculptures of dogs.
Very Slight Difference Between Live and Art
In the video below you can more easily see the difference between Tsuki-kun and the wooden sculpture dogs because the real pet moves after a while. But on a picture the boundary is more blurred and you have to stop and focus to see the difference.
Her work is quite remarkable but what stands out even more in her photo material is Tsuki-kun, so cute and such an artist at grabbing the attention. It seems to have grabbed Mio’s in a big way. And it resulted in a viral video.
You add a dog to your life and your dog will add tons to your life.