Today, Clanci, along with her parents, Barbara and Jackson, came by to approve this recent commission.  This will be my entry in the Mutt Lynch wine label competition this year, so she is off to the imaging company!

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Two of my paintings (Wide Eyed Red and Riley) were noted as honorable mentions in the annual Richeson 75 Small Works Competition. Although not in the live gallery show, they are featured in the hardbound catalog for this event! Visit the online show which shows the entries in the live show at www.richeson75.com.

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“Lisa Laughs” , my painting of a Sanctuary One Yorkshire Pig, is featured in the Rogue Gallery’s Biennial Art Show! As is the tradition of long-standing biennial exhibitions, such as the Venice Biennale in Italy and the Whitney Biennial in New York City, the Rogue Valley Biennial will present the ‘art of our time’ – work that is innovative, compelling, and timely in form and content. The objective of the Rogue Valley Biennial is to showcase contemporary emerging and established artists working with subject matter, processes, and materials that reflect 21st century perspectives and concerns. The work included in the show may contain politically and socially relevant content, be provocative in subject matter and imagery, and challenge viewers’ aesthetic perceptions.

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Look for me at the home show  at the fairgrounds this weekend! I’ll be at the Sanctuary One booth on Friday and Saturday selling prints, cards and other small items – many featuring images from my paintings of Sanctuary One rescue animals. Twenty percent of the sales will be donated to Sanctuary One!

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I am now selling original paintings through  Xanadu’s online gallery. My work (Holy Cow!) is currently featured on the home webpage in the rotating gallery; additional paintings are listed under Art – Animals and Studio Artists – Dana Feagin. More paintings will be added over the coming weeks!

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The interns at Sanctuary One cleared out some space in the main office & I now have several paintings of Sanctuary animals hanging there. Originals and prints are for sale in the Sanctuary One office; if you purchase directly from them, I will increased my usual Sanctuary One donation to 20%of the purchase price – and you can get the tax-deduction yourself by writing two checks – 20% of the purchase price to Sanctuary One, and the remaining 80% to me.

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My work is now available through 29 Design in Medford. Stop in and take a look!

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Below is  a sneak peek at a recent painting for Ashland’s First Friday Art Walk – “Ellie’s Cat”. Ellie is an 11-year old friend of one of my nieces; she contacted me about painting one of her cats after seeing my work at Starbucks in Medford this summer! This and several other new paintings will be up for viewing this Friday night.

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Legacy, an art show of Southern Oregon’s Treasured Vistas,  is part of the 3rd Friday Art Walk in Medford! There is a reception with food and wine from EdenVale Winery, as well as a silent auction to benefit Southern Oregon Historical Society.  The show runs through the month of December at 106 N Central Avenue in Medford (normal hours are Tues-Fri 12 – 4). Come by and see my “cowscape” with the cows from Tolman Creek , titled “Rural Happy Hour”!

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Stop by and see my newest work – sixteen original oil paintings, including six  Sanctuary One animals and several JCAC shelter dogs/cats!  The art display runs through January 4th, and all paintings are available for purchase.

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