"I enjoy interjecting some humor into many of my paintings and this holds true with my latest work, 'The Lucky Dog Saloon' which features the ambiance and historic look of a Western saloon in the late 1800's."
In The Lucky Dog Saloon, two gun slingers are playing poker. One of them causes a ruckus in order to take the attention away from him grabbing the Ace of Spades he had placed on his chair. He kicks over the spittoon in order to distract the cowhand, but only manages to startle the bar maid who drops her drinks. Sheriff John Law is used to the goings on and is waiting to see what develops. Lucky the Dog, like the Sheriff, has seen it all before and is not bothered by the nightly commotion in a busy saloon.