How to get the best dog sculpture in Lynden Park
The Lyndens Dog Art Gallery has just opened up its newest exhibit.
The new exhibition will feature a dog sculpture and an installation by artist Tom Bemis.
The installation will be on display until December 5.
The sculpture is a two-foot-tall dog sculpture created by the artist and created using a traditional Chinese technique known as Yin Yang, which is similar to traditional art.
The artist says he’s been practicing his Yin Yang technique since childhood and he’s made several dog sculptures over the years.
“I’ve been making them since I was a kid,” Bemis told ABC News.
“It’s something that I always wanted to do, but I never knew how to do it.
Now I’m really happy with how it turned out.”
Bemis says his first sculpture, which was done in 2004, was inspired by a friend who died of cancer.
He said the dog sculpture was created as a memorial for that friend.
“I’ve had this love for dogs since I can remember,” Bumes said.
“My mother always brought me a dog and I was very happy with the dog when I was younger.”
He said he loves to do dog sculptures because he can’t imagine doing anything else.
“The dog sculpture has been my favorite dog sculpture, because it’s so expressive and unique.
It has a great personality and has a lot of personality.
I think it really reflects my personality.”
Bessons artwork is part of the Lyndes Art Museum, which opened in 1851.
The museum features the Lynts Art Museum’s collections of art and memorabilia.
The Lynt Museum of Art is also housed in the Lynton Park Conservatory of Music and Dance.