“A little bit about Bullet. He was shot twice as a puppy. One bullet was not able to be removed hence the name. He then went to a Jefferson City shelter where he spent the next eleven years unadopted and living outside. He had a thick coat so the heat was hard. He was afraid of Thunder. Wendy’s son Joey picked him out and at age twelve he had his first home. His three favorite things other than his people were air conditioning, scrambled eggs and his hedgehog.”
This is the memorial portrait of BULLET that Bitsy Taussig commissioned for her sister Wendy Taussig Ford’s birthday in October.
Happy belated Wendy! and thanks for giving Bullet some sweet life. ❤️

BULLET, 12″x12″, Oil on Canvas, 2021