Hops & Hounds: Amazing Doggy Art By NH Man Who is Colorblind
This paintings are so stinkin cute and SO realistic!
According to News Center Maine channel 6, Joshua Smith grew up in Lee, New Hampshire and learned to be an artist. In fact, he is self taught using art kits he would by starting at 8 years old. Joshua is meant to be an artist after you see his work, even though he is colorblind. He is a true inspiration to others showing that no disability can hold you back from living the life you want. He now lives in California and works on the show 'Queer Eye' for Netflix. And, he films himself painting these pups and on his Instagram and Facebook posts them in time-lapse.
Check out his amazing work!
Hops and Hounds is coming up on Saturday at Raitt Homestead Farm, Eliot, Maine noon-5p! This event is for the whole family and your dog is our special guest. Tickets for humans are $5 and you can buy them before hand by clicking here. Or, you can buy them at the door day of. Food trucks, live music, adult beverages, and all kinds of fun for your pup! Weather is going to be gorgeous!