A Golden Retriever at the Museum

It’s “art imitating life.”  Artist Tom Mosser has created a masterpiece of his golden retriever “Lucas” (the viral sensation) gazing lovingly at a giant painting of a tennis ball.


Tom says Lucas is enjoying being the center of attention, but worries the fame may be going to his head…


This print is currently available in a signed, limited edition.  At the time of this post there are only about 20 copies left, so don’t delay if you wish to order one.  You can email alanjsmith@juno.com for details.

On their Facebook page, A Golden Retriever at the Museum, there is currently a contest to win a “Golden Retriever at the Museum” jigsaw puzzle.   The names of the contestants are written on tennis balls and Lucas choses the winner.  How cool is that?

Tom Mosser is an ambidextrous artist from Pittsburgh, PA,  This art is considered  “Ambidextrous Impressionism”  Visit his website at www.TomMosser.com to see more of his work.  Tom is also a long time golden retriever lover and is currently working with rescue groups on fundraisers.

Here is a photo of Tom and Lucas at work in the studio.  Lucas inspects all the prints before they are sent out.


Tom and Lucas are being featured on the local news tonight on WTAE.com. Congratulations on your TV debut Lucas!

Update:  Here’s the story and video:

Local Man’s Dog Inspires Worldwide Phenomenon – WTAE.com – Video

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