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"Painting is self-discovery. Every good artist paints what he is." - Jackson Pollock

I am currently honing my innate creative abilities to build my own personal website, so please be patient with this pup.


"It doesn't make much difference how the paint is put on as long as something has been said. Technique is just a means of arriving at a statement." - Jackson Pollock

Not only does my namesake inspire me to create but so does this feeling within. As the above quote so eloquently describes, I too feel something has to be said - it's just that I have yet to find the technique to make my statement. Even though it may not necessarily be the drip method upon a canvas on the floor, I know that with my youth I have the world as my canvas.

Come, sit, stay and play on my website. Please visit often for as I mature and develop so will this site.
Lots of licks,

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Origin

The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel is descended from the King Charles Spaniel. Companion to the British aristocracy since the 13th century, the dog was named after the royal spaniels of King Charles II.

In the late 1600s the King Charles Spaniel was interbred with the Pug, drastically altering its appearance. A return to the original appearance of the King Charles Spaniel, as depicted in Van Dyck's paintings of the royal spaniels, took place in the 1920s.

By the 1940s the King Charles Spaniel was classified as a separate breed and was given the prefix Cavalier to differentiate it from its forebears and to recognize its position as the true heir of the royal spaniels of King Charles II.