Friday, March 27, 2009

Art For Shelter Animals Update

Today, here's an update on the "Art For Shelter Animals" project. I spoke to Lisa Cliver, the shelter director today and she had some wonderful news. My portrait #4 , ID#D-26033, named Sasha, has been reclaimed from The Burlington County Animal Shelter. The third portrait I did of baby brothers, Joey #1 , Joey #2 and Boo have been adopted! The first portrait of the American Bulldog, Bulldog ID# D-25923, has been reclaimed. The only one left is the orange tabby #C-25195. Won't you help a pet in need today if you can? I bet all the animals on will make PURR-FECT PETS!

I will be meeting Lisa in person next week. I will drop off the paintings I've done, tour the shelter and discuss ways we can help the animals with my work. These images I've posted today are from my animal portrait archives. I've done hundreds over the years. The cat is in honor of Joey#1, Joey#2 and Boo. Wishing them happy homes with loving folks! The Rotweiler portrait is for Lisa, in honor of one of her very own rescued fur babies.

Contact me about doing a commissioned pet portrait of your own fur baby today. Sizes and prices are available upon request. Your support will help me buy art supplies and materials to continue to donate my paintings for the "Art For Shelter Animals" project. Thanks from me and the animals.


  1. Oh my goodness!!!! These are beautiful!!!!! I am getting goosebumps from seeing these wonderful portraits painted by one the most wonderful, generous and kind people I know. Hugs to an Earth Angel!

  2. Sandy Sandy Sandy, these are beautiful portraits, and look what's happening with your shelter portraits! I am agog and I am awed and I am thrilled!



  3. Hi, Sandy - am so happy to have found your blog through art for animals. These are fantastic portraits! And very encouraging letter from the animal shelter. Great work! Liz

  4. Thank you ladies! Your comments are most appreciated. Hugs, Sandy

  5. Sandy,

    Thanks so much for doing the dedicating the Rottweiler portrait to me. I love my Rotties (and my other fur and feather baies too) and am so glad we are getting together to discuss the "Art for Shelter Animals". It is an honor to have such a talented artist apinting pictures of the animals at my shelter. You are amazing!

    Lisa Cliver :)


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