When an artist found herself isolated at home during the pandemic, she spentthe time dressing up her dog to recreate famous pieces, gaining thousands offans in the process. Eliza Reinhardt, 25 from Texas, and three-year-old Finntook part in the Getty Museum Challenge in May, which invited art lovers torecreate a piece using objects they found at home. However, the pair foundthey enjoyed it so much, they have done it every weekday since – recreatingmany famous pieces and gaining legions of fans for their work. The duo nowalso sell postcards and calendars of their work. Ms Reinhardt became a “full-time dog mother” to three-year-old Finn after she lost her job in March. Shehad been working at a museum and interning at a gallery but with both forcedto close she wanted to find a way to channel her creativity.
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