Bert at Ease will benefit the Montrose animal shelter

Yesterday I dropped off my original colored pencil drawing, “Bert at Ease,” at the Windsor Whip Works Gallery for their Canine/Feline show; I’m so happy to be part of this! 25% of proceeds will go to benefit the True Friends Animal Welfare Center in Montrose, PA. I’m a firm believer in adopting — not shopping for — animal companions, as is everyone else in my family. I’ve never been without at least one furry companion, and usually have more than one. Each one has been special, and a character unto his- or herself.

The show opens February 11, 2012, and runs through March 3. I’ve also pledged 20% of my proceeds from cards and prints of “Bert at Ease” to the TFAW Center during that timeframe. (And I’m considering making it a permanent pledge.)

If you’re local to Greater Binghamton, do stop in to see the show! It was juried — coordinated by Marc Schimsky — and the work I saw yesterday at drop-off was superb.

Bert at Ease
Bert at Ease
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