“Dogs love to be painted!” – D.S. from Israel

When it comes to creating dog paintings, the Israeli city of Beit Shemesh has found a unique and very popular technique that combines the beauty of nature with the science of painting.

“D.S.” is a watercolor painter who works in conjunction with a dog named Lola, and their artistic partnership has been recognized in the international media.

The watercolor technique D.s. uses in conjunction of Lola’s watercolor palette has already been featured in many books and documentaries.

And as part of her project, D. s. has created an incredible painting for her husband and their four-legged friend, which they’ve painted on their living room wall.

“The dogs love it,” D. says.

“They love it so much.

We love the dogs so much.”

In the past few years, Ds. has developed her own brand of art, which is focused on watercolors and the art of creating art from scratch.

She and Lola have also recently collaborated with a group of artists and artists to create a unique series of paintings called “Tales of the Tundra,” which are being exhibited at a series of events in the capital, Jerusalem.

“Tale” is a collection of images of a group, a landscape and a tree in a landscape that is set in the Himalayas.

“It is not a series,” says D. “This is just a single image that I made.

But the idea is to use the same idea to create an art that can be shared with the world.”

For her part, Lola loves the art.

“I love it, because I see that it is something new for me,” she says.

The painting is called “The Sea and the Land,” and it has a large canvas, with a large, yellow, sun-colored canvas on top of it.

“And it is the perfect background for the painting,” she explains.

“For the first time, I think I have a piece that is really different.”

“The Sea” was originally made for a dog exhibit in the city, and it was exhibited for the first two weeks of April.

“People who were in the audience, the dog owners, were surprised,” says Lola.

“There was not a single person who saw the painting.”

But when the exhibit opened on May 14, there were over 1,000 people in attendance.

“We had a huge crowd,” Ds says.

And even though the painting had to be removed from the exhibit, the experience of seeing it was priceless.

“People were sitting there on the floor and laughing and saying, ‘Oh my god, it’s beautiful,'” Ds recalls.

“Everytime I saw it, I thought, ‘It is really beautiful.'”

This is what happens when you combine the two: an art piece is created and shared with people.

This is what Ds has done with “The Watercolor Painting,” and with Lola in particular.

“I love the way Lola likes it,” she continues.

“She is always happy.

She loves it.

She likes to paint.”

And the more the dog’s love for the watercolor artwork, the more it seems to be a reflection of the people around her.

“When she sees it, she gets emotional.

She can’t wait to paint it,” says the artist.

“But she is very happy.

It makes me happy.

I love Lola.”

With their work on display at the Beit Shomron Museum, D s. and Lolas hope that their project will inspire people to find their own creative paths in life.

“If we can create a painting that people love, that is beautiful and that they will look back on and say, ‘That is my favorite picture ever, and I hope I can recreate it in my own life,'” D s says.

“If you want to create something beautiful, and you can do it in a way that is also safe for your dog, it will help you grow as a person,” she adds.