Color print, 18" by 25" in metal framing, featuring a whimsical and humorous image of a dog in full circus animal mode, wearing a pink tutu and riding a unicycle, generally doing his utmost to attract attention with all the bells and whistles he can find, while a nearby cat lies quietly, confidently in full control of things. Title is "The difference between cats and dogs is that cats aren't afraid of losing their job". The artwork is by noted contemporary artist JEFF LEEDY, who boldly hand signed the piece at lower right margin. Leedy was born in Texas, graduating from Syracuse University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in 1962. For some time he worked for big-name New York ad agencies in New York City but ultimately struck out on his own, over the years creating some 100 different images that sold well at galleries and art shows. By 1994 Leedy was in Sausalito, California, his work offered there at a gallery in that touristy locale. Leedy then moved to Mendocino County in 2000 before moving on again to Texas in 2006, and finally, Boise, Idaho in 2012. He is still active nationally on the art show circuit, and offers works through a website. Allow for reflections in some images. The work itself is clean with just light paper rippling visible in margins at top and bottom; circular shadow is foreign matter on camera lens.