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Anna Dibble Commission @ LIAM’S in Seattle, WA

Anna Dibble Commission @ LIAM’S in Seattle, WA

Recently I was commissioned by Sugar Mountain in Seattle, Washington to paint five oil paintings – each 5′ x 2.5′ for their new restaurant in University Village, near the Washington University stadium.   The paintings are hanging on a specially made steel pentagon.  The restaurant seats 150 people, inside and out.  The paintings can be viewed from almost [...]

Anna Dibble showing with William Wegman & others in Bethesda, MD

Anna Dibble showing with William Wegman & others in Bethesda, MD

pines, anoles, & ancient oyster shells

pines, anoles, & ancient oyster shells

The weather has changed for the better.  More sun now, and warmer but not too hot.  Only 2.5 weeks left here, so having to work harder than we did before. an Anole These Anoles spend time in the sun on the wood of the deck .  They do not change color like a chameleon.  They currently are [...]

Bird Man Walking & Truckin’ III

Bird Man Walking & Truckin’ III

BIRD MAN WALKING: A birder named Bradford Storey is walking across the country  with his Siberian Husky, Xena.  His trip is partially an effort to raise money for the Audubon Society’s “Important Bird Areas” program.  The blog has lists of birds he’s seen, people who have helped him along the way, and many updates on XENA, [...]

Truckin’ with the dogs I

Truckin’ with the dogs I

Left Vermont on a late January morning.  10 degrees with stiff sharp breeze, spitting snow, driveway shiny with frozen version of recent rainfall.  Started out by losing the leashes. Although we’d packed the pod in the truck bed the night before,  we had to repack it.     Loaded two and a half large purple bags [...]

Sibyl’s delusion

Sibyl’s delusion

Although Sibyl came across to others as a friendly dog, eager to please, sociable and fun to be around, she had another, less obvious side to her personality.   She was under the impression (something she read in an online magazine to which she could never remember the URL )  that she could gain extra attention [...]

The Return of the Woofers

The Return of the Woofers

Mose, keyboard and harmonica, Wallace, bass fiddle, and Alison, vocals and jew’s harp were taking a well deserved break after a crazy summer on the road.  Their rusty 1979 Chevy van, Bobby Johnson – named after their favorite player of the blues, had miraculously made it from home in New York, NY in mid-June to San Francisco [...]

The Light in August

The Light in August

Lately, Abbie was having trouble relating to other dogs.  The summer had been socially quite insane with pigeon roasts, late night water keg bashes, and multiple dinner and cocktail (aka butt sniffing) parties.   She’d enjoyed some amazing meals – especially the grilled mackerel with blueberry sauce the gay Doberman had served at his wedding breakfast – and an especially [...]

The Metamorphosis

The Metamorphosis

Lately Kafka realized he should probably feel good about his name.  In the puppy mill his name had been number 543.   For years, he’d  been uncomfortable about the fact that George, the tall man with whom Kafka now happily lived, had named him after a long-dead writer who was famous for writing a story [...]

That second martini

That second martini

Ever since his bone digging championship days in high school,  Morris had considered himself  socially popular.  He’d earned a Masters at Harvard in cat psychology, landed a job in a research lab where he was paid very well to study the tendency of cats to suddenly run away from home.  Morris had always been the [...]

A Studio Interview


In Anna Dibble's studio: Kimberly Wang of Eardog Productions
Studio shots, & Pepper, Radar and Theo

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Dogs, cats, and other animals as metaphors for our nonsensical human condition.
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