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It all started with a dog. I adopted Rudy, a beat up mutt from Friends of Animals’ "Furburbia" and he became my muse, inspiring the whimsical, bold paintings that eventually became a series of children’s books including The Tao of Rudy and also Shoot for the Moon, Lessons on Life from a Dog Named Rudy. I am mostly self taught, supplementing my skills with classes at Kimball Art Center, Peterson’s Art School and illustrator’s workshops. Paintings are large acrylic on canvas and some gouache on paper. Visit our web site to see new paintings. www.corinnehumphrey.com. Or, come to Alpine Art Gallery on South Temple for the June 15 gallery show/sale to benefit No More Homeless Pets.