Original Andy Warhog "paint-o-graphs" have found their way into the Sweet Swine County Museum! Warhog, well known as Sweet Swine County's preeminent barn painter, initially created a series of ten so-called "limited-edition Pop Swine-Art pieces" accidentally while painting Clem Johnson's barn. Warhog told Sweet Swine Scoop, "I was looking at a group of ten photos Clem had taken of his neighbors when I kinda dropped them into one of my paint cans by accident. I quickly retrieved them and noticed that they looked kinda neat. Although Clem told me to throw them away, I'm glad I didn't. It gave me an idea. I can now kill two birds with one stone--create fine art while painting farmplace out-buildings. Wait until you see my new series that I created while painting Earl Silo's corn crib! I'm very happy that the prestigious Sweet Swine County Museum has seen fit to accept my donation of these ten pieces into their large collection of art and detritus from people around the county!"
Warhog has gained county-wide attention with his creations, and his recent exhibition at Edie's Cafe drew an astounding 17 looky-loos at the opening!