Carmina Correa & Vanessa Olivarez
Watercolor on canvas with Color Penciled outline
22″ x 27″
CSULB School of Art, Werby Gallery
There was a dog named ChowChow who lived with a family that always left him outside the house. They rarely saw him and most of the time he would be playing by himself. He was a curious dog who enjoyed exploring and eating odd food or objects. This one day, as usual, he was playing in the backyard and saw the side gate open. He ran outside as fast as he could, because in his eyes he saw freedom. Once he got outside he started to explore the streets, he ran into an alley with dumpsters and saw a can of green beans. He came over to inspect the green beans and of course, he ended up eating it. Soon enough, his stomach started to rumble, his paws got bigger and he got bigger by the second. Before you knew it, he was a giant dog overseeing the whole city. Everyone tried to run in the opposite direction of him in order to escape this beast. Yet, he was harmless, he had no idea what he was doing. He stomped all across town and every time he blinked, orange juice would come out of his eyes. This was all amusing to him, he continued to blind and the entire city drowned in orange juice.