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Let’s say you think your dentist is a terrific guy and you happen to know that he loves his dogs, one of whom is deceased. Broke his heart, when that dog died. Broke the family’s heart, too. Never mind, it’s too deep to get into here. Suffice it to say, you thought the dentist and […]

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Last year I drew Rose Houston for a card she was sending out to her friends to let them know that she had recovered from her surgery and was now back in the swing with full energy.  Not a hair out of place, as usual, she’s skateboarding and her two dogs are running along with […]

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Dogs brought their humans to this fundraiser for a canine shelter in Columbus, IN.  There was lots of space for humans to run around and dogs to keep them under control.  Isn’t that how the relationship works? Ha.  We were in one of the hangars in the County Fairgrounds. Very interesting and lots of fun. […]

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Now we’re at University Commons on 15th and Morgan.  The birthday girl, Silveria, is turning sixty.  Family and friends eating and catching up at a long table, a couple of frolicking dogs and that caricature artist, Whatsername—what more could you want!  I enjoyed this bunch, felt welcome and at home.  You can tell, can’t you, […]

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The people at Tails of Hope in Highland Park rescue dogs from cruel owners and bad situations, rehabilitate them and then try to find good homes for them. Last Saturday, The Grand, a supermarket on Green Bay Road in Winnetka, hosted an Adopt-a-Palooza in their parking lot. I was set up under an umbrella and […]

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That’s what they call themselves, “The Blockheads.” They all live on the same up-scale block, are all successful in business, are all above-average good looking , and own big dogs. They are intensely sociable. When one couple was retiring and planning to move to their country house in (where was that?) Kentucky, something had to […]

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It’s a privilege to be the artist of choice for this unit of the Chicago Police. This is the K9 and you know what that means, don’t you. It stands for canine, so clever, rah-rah. So, these are the officers who work with highly trained dogs. I do love drawing the faces, but I have […]

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A woman commissioned this drawing as a Valentine’s Day gift to her husband.  They often vacation in Door County with their two well-trained dogs.  Anytime you allow me to draw your dogs making fun of you, I know the drawing will be a hit.  Thank you, Cindi. All contents copyright (C) 2010 Katherine Hilden. All […]

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Family, neighbors and friends congregated in this late-modernist home on Sheridan last Saturday afternoon to celebrate Parker’s first birthday.  I enjoyed being in the midst of people who cooed over babies and dogs. As a dyed-in-the-wool modernist, I also enjoyed the clean designs of furniture and lighting.  Straight ahead of me, behind the person I […]

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  We’re AT not ON Bourbon Street. It’s a huge eatery-entertainment complex in the Marionette Shopping Center on 155th Street.  The South Shore Humane Society was hosting an animal adoption party earlier this month and I was there for five hours to draw the kind people who came.  People did walk around with dogs wearing […]

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