DROOL: When do you feel you first found success in the world of art, and how have you grown since then?
Mr. Fish: Haven’t found it yet, still looking.

DROOL: What about dogs attracts you to them as subjects for your artwork?
Mr. Fish: Like most animals in my art, I use dogs for the symbolism. Like in traditional fables, the rabbit is fast, the turtle is slow. The dachshund has a Napoleon complex.

DROOL: What do you find most inspirational about dogs?
Mr. Fish: That they don’t talk much.

DROOL: Did dogs help you discover your voice in art? If so, how?
Mr. Fish: Nope. not really. They helped me develop my bark.

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"Like most animals in my art, I use dogs for the symbolism. Like in traditional fables, the rabbit is fast, the turtle is slow. The dachshund has a Napoleon complex."

DROOL: Do you like dogs more than people, and why or why not?
Mr. Fish: Nope. I am a cat person.

DROOL: If you had to choose one dog breed to characterize who you are, what breed would it be and why?
Mr. Fish: Dachshund. I wish I was a bigger deal than I am.

DROOL: Anything else you want to share with the dog-loving humans of Earth?
Mr. Fish: Teach them to behave, and stop bringing them inside businesses pretending you need a service animal.

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