A Golden Retriever Art Critic Sniffs Out Masterpieces

While I’m pondering what to write today, I thought this would serve as a worthy substitute. Worthy, indeed.


A Golden Retriever Art Critic Sniffs Out Masterpieces

Ella Fitzgerald is not only artist Julia Powell’s companion, but she’s also the artist’s toughest critic.

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With her discerning eye, 6-year-old golden retriever Ella has been caught staring at various pieces of landscape artwork three days in a row — which is quite rare, according to Powell. In a phone call Thursday afternoon, Powell said when Ella’s looking at the painting she “has this hilarious expression on her face.” That expression makes Powell “extrapolate she’s thinking all these deep philosophical thoughts.”

The artist even gave Ella some glasses to inspect the work more carefully.

Powell has some theories as to why her dog can’t look away. One is that the pooch is drawn to the blues and greens of her water scene oil paintings. She said she tested out showing the dog orange and red paintings, like one of birch trees, and…

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About Ray V.

Living in Aiken, South Carolina, USA, I like to share what I am looking at, thinking about or listening to. I refer to this as the view out my window. Thanks for stopping by.
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One Response to A Golden Retriever Art Critic Sniffs Out Masterpieces

  1. This is adorable and Ella is very discerning about what she likes in the art world! K. D.

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