This painting sold to help Dalmatian rescue a while ago.
It remains one of my favorite harvest paintings, as my own Lizzie was the inspiration.
She was playing with her orange squeeze ball in the living room and it provided me with the idea.
This painting was also used last Fall for advertising the Dalmatian Rescue of Tampa Bay's October Spot-fest, their annual festival to promote adoption. They do wonderful work taking dals and others out of kill-shelters and rehabbing and rehoming with a fabulous network of foster volunteers.
Being "green" means not discarding perfectly "good" pets ...save lives think GREEN with animals in need!
Being an artist who paints with a purpose of helping homeless animals in mind, makes it very important to me to tell the stories in paint....saying that we can make a difference with art, with giving from our sales to needy, abandoned and discarded animals and helping them have a chance of a RECYCLED life...A better life and maybe stability and love for the first time.
We can have a great harvest of new homes for pets in need working together!