Tuesday, July 31, 2007

PARTY ANIMAL by Pat Salazar

The first pair of shoes that I painted when I was in Santa Fe was entitled "Party Pumps", so what better name for this new little panting than "Party Animal". Of course, no party is complete without a glass or two of a good Sauvignon Blanc to go along with a great looking pair of shoes and that wonderful little black dress to set the mood for a fun evening.
I saw these particular shoes in a window in Santa Fe and there was a very high dollar price tag on them. I decided that it would be a much better investment to paint them rather than wear them. That way I could share them with others in a creative way.
The heels were almost as high as the price tag was and I was certain that I wouldn't be able to walk in them. I'd probably be turning my ankle rather than people's heads if I showed up at a party with them on my feet!
This little shoe is acrylic on a 6x6 gallery wrapped canvas. It is priced at $40. We are suggesting that you purchase several of our little gems that are in our mini series, either one at a time or several together and put them in one of our custom made frames. You can check these frames out on our web page. By doing this, you can build your own one of a kind original painting by adding another small painting as gift for a special occasion such as a birthday, anniversary ... it's rather like an add a pearl necklace and a great way to start an art collection. Oh ... and don't forget Christmas when you need to get something for that someone special. It will be here sooner than you think! Be sure and keep us in mind when you need something original for that special person in your life. Check out our web page at http://www.canvasbycanvas.com/ as we have updates on a regular basis.


  1. A gal can NEVER have too many shoes! And this is one pair I'd like to add to my collection. Great job, Pat. Don't think I could wear this high a heel any more -- with age comes the requirement for COMFORT! But I love to look at
    Sassy Shoes

  2. Great "Party Animal" High Heel Shoe, Pcasso!