• “Extremely Collectible”

    -- Forbes Magazine

  • “Eye-popping, irresistible… Andy Warhol meets Matisse.”

    -- Delta Sky Magazine

  • “His canvases of in-your-face dogs and cats drenched in Day-Glo colors are hot sellers.”

    -- San Francisco Chronicle

  • “...institutions like MoMA could one day clamor to show Burns’ paintings.”

    -- Scottsdale LIFE

  • The “Prize NOT Fighter” public service ad, created by Ron to raise awareness about dogfighting catches the eye of national publications.

  • “...remove the dog and replace it with a lanky obscure nude and you might mistake a Burns painting for a work by Henri Matisse.”

    -- U.S. Art Gallery

  • “...inspired by the artist’s love of the music of the Beatles and the profound influence of pop-artists Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein.”

    -- Guitarmania

  • “The animal-conscious Burns is no stranger to beast benefits. Actress Elizabeth Taylor commissioned him to paint her dog Sugar. 12 limited editions of the painting, signed by both artist and actress were auctioned, raising over $40,000 for Whispering Hope Ranch.”

    -- Arizona Highways

  • “Mr. Burns is a world-renowned artist whose paintings of dogs and cats raised money for countless charities.”

    -- The Ohio State Magazine

  • “Monet had his lillies; Ron Burns has adoptable dogs. We meet a (very) humane artist.”

    -- New York Dog