LAPA is one of this year’s charities, and they have come to the party with this beautiful art they have from a fundraiser they ran previously. All the artworks were inspired by real animals that LAPA helped.
Lanoocha Luna – Shpulka, 2016
Where am I? – asked Shpulka. There is a place out there where every dog is happy… – she heard her granny’s voice. Unfortunately for Shpulka, her own childhood went away in a glimpse of a moment that is why every time she lay in the street under a drizzling rain she dreamt of her granny’s sweet voice taking her to this magical place.
This tiny girl is the size of a handbag dog. We think she is a Fox Terrier cross.
Because of her size and her very active nature, she was called Shpulka which means a “spool” in Russian (that small rotating part in a sewing machine which never stops). It sounds a lot better in Russian! We think she was somebody’s pet once because she loves being patted by people. She doesn’t like the leash much, which you can see from the picture, but we think she can be taught! Shpulka was found abandoned in a courtyard in the winter and despite much searching for her owner, they just couldn’t be found.
About the Artist
Lanoocha Luna is a professional illustrator. She is a freelancer and works with various magazines. She loves creating bright, radiant and kind pictures.
If you win this item, we will print it any size up to A3 and ship it to you.