I’m not really sure, but I think that the Terrier barks annoyingly all the time because the breed is mostly deaf and can not hear itself, or maybe because of it’s smaller stature it is just trying to act big. Who really knows. But they are a fun lap dog that is ok with hanging out on the couch ...

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Sheepdogs where historically breed to watch over livestock. Some even have legends of wondering around the snow fallen wilderness offering alcoholic beverages to lost souls from a keg around it’s neck.

They are fun dogs and I had a great time painting Ralph here. Check out some of my other pai...

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11 months ago
I worked for Mr. Lewis a while back when his office was located in the small town of Newport, Vermont. Awesome guy to work for and awesome guy in general! Working for Mr. Lewis, we were strongly encouraged to use our imaginations and be creative to problem solve, design, and write. Mr. Lewis created a very positive, upbeat atmosphere with his happy, upbeat, and funky nature that was fantastic to work in!
- Lauren O
11 months ago
What can I say? Well, honestly I'd rather not say anything, you know how it is when you find someone that can actually get stuff done? You'd kinda like to keep them a well guarded secret. Oh well, in the spirit of sharing, Mr Lewis is one super creative and knowledgeable cat and I've had the pleasure of working with him for many years! Super responsive and knows his STUFF. Even better, he knows and takes care of MY Website related STUFF so I don't have to. I just let him know what I need and soon enough get that message "Done" - I also get compliments like "Hey Doug, just checked out your website, it's awesome!!!" from a person that wanted to recommend me.
- Doug O
11 months ago
Working with Lewis and the team was a great experience. We've collaborated on a number of projects and they work to make sure that everything goes smoothly while staying open and creative throughout the process. High recommended.
- Rich D

Artist, Psychologist, Public Speaker.

I am a Non-Starving Artist, Gallery Painter, Game Programmer, Comic Illustrator, Consumer Psychologist, and Public Speaker.

I make most of my living as a gallery artist painting figures and portraits and pretty things.

I use my skills on my own artistic adventures building addictive video games, illustrating and writing for comic books, drawing children's books, fashion design, traditionally animating shorts and personal projects, and coaching artists about how not to starve. I have also started working on my own brand of paint for artists.

I also love helping others in their Entrepreneurism by coaching them with good solid business tactics.

I do this by using my Artistic Skills to place Subtle Psychological Triggers in the Consumers Environment in order to Nudge Your Prospect's Entire Purchasing Decision & Obtain Customer Trust.

I love solving the Rubik's cube and other brain puzzles.

Oh, and every Friday night I try to take over the world.

Artist LewisOne and his Warehouse of Monkeys creates cool stuff for Gallery shows and Public Art. We do all our own in-house marketing for branded artistic projects.

We are a socially conscience for profit company that uses it's sales to give back to the community to organizations that we believe make an impact in the lives of our fellow people.

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