Brooke's image "Truman and Emma" can be found on page 19 of the 2009 Paws For Charity Art Book.
People wonder where Brooke Churchill’s Signature Mosaic Technique came from. What inspired it? And why is it so darn fun?
It started as a side project for Brooke, a fine artist known in art circles from Los Angeles to London as a modern abstract expressionist. Her Signature Mosaic Technique using colored pencils on paper began as an outlet from her fine art pursuits. Switching to pencils gave her the freedom to just have fun.
Soon everyone wanted portraits in her colorful, whimsical style—especially parents and pet owners. She has a special way with children and animals. She really takes the time to get to know them.
Her work is in private collections worldwide, New York to Los Angeles, Chicago, Geneva & Rome. Brooke’s Signature Mosaic Technique has been prominently featured in
New York Magazine, The New York Dog Magazine, The Hollywood Dog Magazine & on
CBS Channel 2 News NY.