Artist Creates Portraits Of Beloved Horses And Dogs


By Andy Soth | December 29, 2017

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Classically-trained artist Marie Fritz Perry is an animal lover and competitive horsewoman. She’s combined interests as an artist specializing in animal portraits and won recognition as a top hunting dog portraitist from “Gun Dog” magazine. Follow along as one portrait comes together in her Platteville studio from conception to delivery to a satisfied dog-loving client.

Andy Soth

Andy Soth is a reporter for the “Wisconsin Life” project who grew up in a neighboring state but now loves Wisconsin because it’s like Minnesota without the smugness. 
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