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Published: Wednesday, May 1, 2013, 12:01 a.m.

An art show for pets, and their people

  • "Are You Talkin' to Me?" is one of the pieces in a new show that opens Saturday in Edmonds

    Patty Forte Linna

    "Are You Talkin' to Me?" is one of the pieces in a new show that opens Saturday in Edmonds

Art-loving dogs, and their people, should check out an unusual art show opening on Saturday in Edmonds.

"Doggie Divas and the People Who Love Them -- Paintings of dogs and their people," shows the pet-focused works of Patty Forte Linna.

You can bring your dog to this event from 5:30 to 8 p.m. on Saturday at Cole Gallery & Artist Supplies, 107 Fifth Ave. S., Edmonds. The show runs through June 1. Get more information at the gallery's website.

The artist will also be teaching a workshop at Cole Art Studio, located on the lower level of Cole Gallery, on how to paint and draw your pet in best light and style June 22 and 23.

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