This is the smaller, more economical edition of the larger coffee-table sized volume 2.
An ongoing series of wackiness, inspired by William Wegman.
Artist, writer and photographer, Ellen J.D.Roberts shares a fantasy word where pooches are into punk rock, vintage road trips, beachcombing, playing the ukulele, and
Dogs in wigs, costumes, glasses, and masks,
tolerating all manner of wacky get-ups in exchange for sweet praise, rump rubs, chin tickles and perhaps a few treats?
Did somebody say treeeeeeeats?
In this volume, Roberts meshes the carefully crafted costumed scenes together photos of vintage roadside americana, neon signs, and other amusing and intricate images.
Ellen Jo Dahlberg Roberts was born in Chicago in 1972. She is a writer, artist, and photographer with a fixation on cheap plastic cameras, vintage Volkswagens, and other detritus of the 20th century. She lives in the historic copper-mining company-town of Clarkdale, Arizona with her husband Bike Daddy" Chad, a cat, named Clyde, a Boston Terrier named Ivan, and a famous chihuahua named Floyd. Ellen's artwork may be seen at the Jerome Artists Cooperative Galley, in Jerome Arizona, and her regular feature column "The Outs" may be read in the Northern Arizona creative arts & news monthly "The Noise" .