Wednesday, April 8, 2009

we're honored

solo post - L , portion of the painting, Queen Kodi / the subject

Tonight I want to give a little plug for a very special project that I was honored to be a part of - The Paws for Charity Art Book. The book was created by the hard work and dedication of Sara Harley and it's now available on Blurb as the staff's #1 pick. Please check it out and share with as many people as you can. One hundred per cent of the profits from the sale of these books are donated to the Avon Crusade for Breast Cancer. If you are a pet lover I feel sure you will enjoy this beautiful book, and if not, I bet you know someone who is. The book features work from artist over 19 U.S. states, 2 Canadian provinces, and 3 locations in the UK. You can see teasers on the website. I am so tickled to be in the mix with these talented artists. Click on the icon to the right of the post - I hope you will help support this important cause - thank you.
For more information you can read the press release.


SE'LAH... said...

Thanks for raising awareness, both for the pets and breast cancer.

Miko's Girl said...

Looks like a great book for a great cause!

ELK said...

so are

Georgia B. said...

what a great thing to be a part of. i must admit (ashamedly) that i thought Paws for Charity was an animal rights awareness group. i had no idea it was for breast cancer awareness. i went to the link, though, and now i am informed. i am impressed when others give of their time and energy for something outside themselves. it is an inspiration. thanks for sharing this with us.

ps. i love this diptych.

Char said...

first - congratulations on being part of this wonderful group. having a mom that lost her life to secondardy breast cancer, I'm a huge supporter to find ways to wipe this from the face of the earth.
second - wow, love the painting. you are so gifted and talented. I'm honored to know you.
third - I'm off to look at the book. my funds are so limited right now, I wish I could do more.


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