"Coliseum Sentry" by Dave Devenot, is a watercolor that's part of the "Cool Cats and Hot Dogs" exhibit at the Louis Pohl Gallery through July 21.
Louis Pohl Gallery director Sandra Pohl says one of the gallery's most popular shows is its annual dog and cat art exhibit, in which artists explore the special bond between animal lovers and their pets.
'Cool cats and hot dogs'
Features the works of Patrice Federspiel, Linda Spadaro, Debby Pacheco, Arlene Woo, Gina Kerr, Susan Hogan, Cathryn Lau, Dave Devenot, Hillary Mock, Anne Irons, Tamara Moan, Laurel May-Zeri, Susan Stuart, Penny Taylor-Beardow, Linda Bachrach, Hans Loffel, Lavonne Baldwin and Ela Zapf
» On exhibit: Through July 21
» Place: Louis Pohl Gallery, 1111 Nuuanu Ave.
» Gallery hours: 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesdays to Saturdays
» Call: 521-1812
"Bauhaus Cats" by Linda Bachrach, a piece made with markers on drawing paper.
Anne Irons' whimsical "To Dance with a White Dog" is an acrylic on canvas.
An oil titled "Yes?" by Penny Taylor-Beardow.
"Catatonic," a watercolor by Arlene Woo.