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HISTORY OF ONE PAINTING “MY DOG BAD BOY TYLER” by JURITA

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ИСТОРИЯ ОДНОЙ КАРТИНЫ «МОЯ СОБАКА ПЛОХОЙ МАЛЬЧИК ТАЙЛЕР»

Юрита, 2018, масло, 50 х 60см

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This is my kind message of support for The Queen and her family at time Coronavirus (COVID-19).

My dog Bad Boy Tyler is on my oil painting honouring Her Majesty love to dogs, that I created; in 2018 in London in my Art Studio. The painting was completed in early December at a time when I was convalescing from a severe relapse in my health some two months after his death. This artwork was exhibit at the “Jurita My Art Story” exhibition in November 2019 in London Art Gallery in Knightsbridge.

This artwork featuring my family’s Yorkshire terrier cute dog with very pretty eyes. This clever little puppy had a big brave heart. This lovely doggy always made people happy with his presence, with his love to people that over time he became a everyone’s favourite.

But once this faithful dog the crossed rainbow bridge. The nobody did not know that a furry friendly dog lived with a brain tumor, and in my body this disease receded. The dog saved his mistress from the cancer …

Mad with grief I took my brush and color and plunged it into canvas. This painting is washed by my tears in the process of its creation.

Such paintings are not sold at the exhibition, this painting cannot be sold, because friends cannot be sold.

The oil painting “My dog Bad Boy Tyler” I hope will become a symbol of British fidelity to animals and will attract even more fans. I wanted people to never forget British “fidelity” to animals.

Masik was a “healing dog” (pet therapy) – he entertained children and people by showing them all kinds of tricks. In this capacity, the dog worked for nine years.

In addition, I plan to award the annual “Bad Boy Tyler Awards” for rescue dogs, the most distinguished ones this year.

Artist’s curator Sergey Minin taking control painting process and of how her painting were seen during process. Sergey Minin also took steps to control painting future display.


 

Certificate of Authenticity

from a recognised art expert Sergey Minin

dated 3 November 2019

Author: Jurita Kalite (Kalitis) (London)
Title of the work: “My dog Bad Boy Tyler”
Material and technique: oil on canvas on cardboard.
Dimensions: 40 x 50 cm
Place and time of creation: Jurita’s art studio in London, 30 November 2018.

In the lower right corner, the author’s signature and date of creation are applied with light paint works: “Jurita 2018”. On the back, abstract.
The painting was performed by the English artist Jurita Kalite. Decision in the genre of animalistic portrait, it is dedicated to the image of the artist’s favorite dog.

The artist subtly feels and conveys the features of Bad Boy Tyler (called “Masik”). “Portrait” resemblance amazingly, everyone who saw the animal instantly recognizes it in the portrait. Shaggy the dog’s coat flows on the canvas and delicately frames expressive eyes.

Head the animal is written on a black background, which organically passes into the body, simultaneously dynamically fits into the format of the picture. Light gray background in the picture written very dynamically. The artist is very unobtrusive and professional viewer to Masik’s gaze, which is turned into the soul of the viewer.

Created by the author the composition is fragmented, based on a complex semantic center lying on triangular base, dark colored pyramid. What gives the composition fundamental thoroughness.

Monochrome coloring includes wealth black and gray. Only a small inclusion of beige and ocher will diversify overall color. The coat of the animal is very finely spelled, here the artist’s skill most obvious.

Technically, the work was performed impeccably.

Has a cultural art collection value.

Signature: Sergey Minin

Date: 3 November 2019

Sergey Minin Awards, Honors, and Memberships:

  • Union of Watercolorists of Estonia,
  • Member of the board of the Association of Russian Artists in Estonia,
  • Chairman of the Association of Russian Artists of Estonia,
  • Member of the Expert Panel since 2016
  • Council on Church Art,
  • Council on Architecture and Restoration of the Russian Orthodox Church
    Moscow Patriarchate,
  • Employee of the Publishing Department and the Department of Construction and
    restoration of the Estonian Orthodox Church MP)

 

Dog Statement: “Bad Boy Taylor” (Masik)

17/04/2020 Nominate an animal Dog Bad Boy Tyler for a PDSA Commendation Award

17/04/2020 Nominate an animal Dog Bad Boy Tyler for a PDSA Commendation Award

AWARDS: 17 April 2020 Nominate an animal Dog Bad Boy Tyler for a PDSA Commendation Award

Bad Boy Taylor (at home called as “Masik”) was tiny Yorkshire terrier, 9 years old. At October 28, 2018 he went to the rainbow bridge.

This clever little puppy had a big brave heart. Nobody did not know that the doctors found a tumor in dog brain, and in my body, Jurita dog owner,  this disease receded. The dog saved the mistress …

… the blood went into the eyes, the dog went blind,  paralysed, epilepsy, he fell into a coma… I went in panic and I prepared gently carry him to the veterinary clinic late evening and night time. During several hours I tried find a night animals hospital in London Centre I carried him in my arms all night …

The dog died on the 3rd day in the “Blue Cross animal hospital, Victoria” in my hands. Around the clock dropper did not save from hellish pain.

I went visited in hospital in this his last minutes, see him I could hear Bad Boy Tyler get die in my hands.” I could not save him … I tried …

Bad Boy Tyler the crossbreed was just nine years old when me, his owner, 50-year-old was attacked by fibroma-cancer.

Bad Boy Tyler and me, already enjoyed a very special relationship, but when I was attacked by illness, Bad Boy Tyler would prove to be more than a loving companion – he would also become my health condition protector.

The Bad Boy Tyler was a dog to help bring me out of my illness. The effect that Bad Boy Tyler has had on me is incredible. He really has changed my life. We quickly got into a lovely habit of going out for walks.

The love he showed that time was incredible. The illness left me low and totally lacking in confidence but Bad Boy Tyler has helped me through and I am delighted to celebrate with him.

Masik was considered a “medical dog” (pet therapy) – he have provided great help and companionship, supported the people through difficult periods, raised the alarm in times of need, or simply made life better through his love and loyalty. In this capacity, the dog worked for 9 years.

Bad Boy Tyler has been a ray of light in my life. He is my everything and I am so proud of him. But once this faithful dog the crossed rainbow bridge.

Mad with grief I took my brush and color and plunged it into canvas. The “Bad Boy Tyler” oil painting was created. This painting is washed by my tears in the process of its creation. 

Such paintings are not sold at the exhibition, this painting cannot be sold, because friends cannot be sold.

This my original artwork was presented with good wishes to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and her family at this time. This is my kind message of support for The Queen and her family at time Coronavirus (COVID-19).

My dog Bad Boy Tyler is on my oil painting honouring Her Majesty love to dogs, that I created; in 2018 in London in my Art Studio. The painting was completed in early December at a time when I was convalescing from a severe relapse in my health some two months after his death. This artwork was exhibit at the “Jurita My Art Story” exhibition in November 2019 in London Art Gallery in Knightsbridge.

The oil painting “My dog Bad Boy Tyler” I hope will become a symbol of British fidelity to animals and will attract even more fans. I wanted people to never forget British “fidelity” to animals.

In addition, I plan to award “Masik Awards” for loyalty and bravery and devotion to her owner in the face of danger illness. For enriching the life of his owner by being a loyal and constant companion.

About The Rainbow Bridge

The Rainbow Bridge is a mythical meeting place between earth and sky in the Afterlife of pets and their owners. At the very edge of the sky there is a place called the Rainbow Bridge. When an animal dies, especially if it was very loved by someone in this life, it falls on the Rainbow Bridge. There are endless meadows and hills where our friends can run and play all together. There is an abundance of food, water and sunlight, and our pets are warm and comfortable there. In this land, all sick and old animals turn into young and full of energy; those who had injuries and injuries become healthy and strong again. Time flies for them, if only we remember them in our dreams and dreams. The animals there are happy and satisfied with all but one – each of them left earlier and left someone very dear to him in this life. On the Rainbow Bridge, the animals run and play carelessly all together, but a day comes when one of them suddenly stops and looks into the distance. His eyes light up with fire, and his body begins to tremble with impatience. Suddenly he leaves his fellows, flies over emerald green grass, and his legs carry him faster and faster. He noticed you; and when you and your darling finally meet, you will cling tightly, happy that you have joined and you will never be parted again. He will licked your face, having doused with happiness, your hand will lovingly caress his head again, and you will once again look into the faithful eyes of your pet, who has left your life for so long but never left your heart. Now you can cross the Rainbow Bridge together …


 

Mass-Media about the Dog Bad Boy Tyler

Is there another painting in the world, made from the sad tears of an artist who survived a heavy loss?
Is there another such symbol in the world of the great sacrificial love of human and animal and animal to human? ..When the artist, Ms. Jurita, began to collaborate with the
Natasha Hart MBE, founder of the Newham All Star Sports Academy (NASSA), Cavalier of the Order of the British Empire, the first and only Russian woman who received an award from the hands of Queen Elizabeth II, her project was the Art and Basketball project, and she had direct contact with young basketball players became the source of her sports series of works. Jurita’s faithful friend, a dog named Bad Boy Tyler, was infinitely happy to be present during their lovely meetings. He always made them happy with his presence, with his love to people that over time he became a everyone’s favorite.

But once this faithful dog went into the rainbow … This clever little puppy had a big brave heart. The children did not know that the doctors found a tumor, and in Jurita this disease receded. The dog saved the mistress …

How to relieve the pain of loss?
An emotional impulse to draw, hope, at least in the picture, to see your favorite look and feel the closeness and warmth of a sweet creature. With sadness, she took her brush and color and plunged her pain into the canvas, the life story of the faithful and beautiful dog Bad Boy Tyler and the artist. So the oil painting “My dog ​​Bad Boy Tyler” was born. This painting is washed by the tears of the artist in the process of its creation. Every month, Ms. Jurita visits the place of memory of this faithful dog on the seaside, in the south of England.

All the friends’ gazes at her seemed to be calling to make sure that everyone knew about this brave, kind and loyal dog, let Tyler continue to bring light and joy to people.
Tyler’s photo of the painting and the fabulous story spread across social networks.

Such paintings are not sold at the exhibition, this painting cannot be sold, because friends can not be sold.
Jurita decided to exhibit this painting at the Art and Basketball exhibition in November 2019 in London and, together with Natasha Hart and the athletes, present this painting to Queen Elizabeth II, knowing Her Majesty’s love for dogs. This is a good message of support “with good wishes to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and her family at this time” from artist Jurita Natasha Hart and NASSA athletes.

Jurita, wanted people to never forget British “fidelity” to animals.
The portrait “My dog Bad Boy Tyler” we hope will become a symbol of British fidelity to animals and will attract even more fans.

Author: Holovko Nadiya, 2 November 2019

Translator: Oleg Caupjonoks

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