Dog Art Gallery in Portsmouth is a tail-wagging treat | human interest

This is not a typical gallery and the art is not for sale.






Partners in business and marriage, Bud Thorpe and Kimberly Buccheri talk about the photographic art commissions they create at their Portsmouth studio, The Dog Art Gallery, inside the lower level of 19th-century Customs House.




It’s really dog ​​friendly







A Whole Lotta Dog

Client Laurie Ericsson poses with her Newfoundland, Lotta, in the Dog Art Studio in Portsmouth, where Kimberly Buccheri and Bud Thorpe create high-end photographic art.










Newfoundland art

Wife and husband Kimberly Buccheri and Bud Thorpe pose with Lotta and their portrait of her at their studio in Portsmouth.










dog art gallery

This endearing copy of a family commission shows in a playful way how much the puppy is the center of attention. It is one of approximately 40 on display at Kimberly Sarah’s Dog Art Gallery in Portsmouth.




Tricks of the trade

Test dogs per minute







dog art gallery

Kimberly Buccheri talks about photographing dogs at the photo studio she owns with her husband, Bud Thorpe, in downtown Portsmouth.




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