Artist Sally Caldwell Fisher loves exploring the leisure time activities of her colorful subjects and what better place to do so than at The Dog Show.The prestigious Morris and Essex Kennel Club, founded in 1927 by Geraldine Rockefeller Dodge, is the setting for this fun-filled canvas. This painting celebrates Mrs. Dodge's original
vision, says Caldwell Fisher, who employed many images from the Kennel Club archives in formulating her composition. The Club's posh landscaping, the elegant attire befitting the times, and, of course, the universal theater involving dogs and their indulgent owners gave me great license to have fun.With many eccentric subjects of both the two and four legged variety, Sally Caldwell Fisher's delightful The Dog Show is a dog fancier's dream come true.