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More info on Reach: http://www.foundmyself.com/art-websites/
Also some more sites to add:
http://www.rosalvoleomeu.com - Artwork by Rosalvo Leomeu
http://www.SamsEasel.com - Art by Samantha Ewan
http://www.richmckinneyart.com - Art by Rich McKinney
http://www.blankcthulhu.com - Jotaro's art
http://www.gallerylitchkov.com - Sculptures and more by Milen Litchkov
http://www.josfauxtographee.com - Jodie Carlow Herpel's art portfolio
LadyJ wrote:Here's my gallery link 100% of every art work sold goes to help abandoned, abused, and disabled kitties find a forver home, love and to be able to love their lives with honour, diginity, and above all love. Kids and adults are able to achieve a better quality of life via pet therapy. My charity, Sir Snowy Projects is dedicated to helping anddefending thoose with no voice. Enjoy and have fun! Sir Snowy & the Kool Kats of of course, Lady J
Sounds like a great cause, thanks for sharing
Todd M. McAneeley wrote:I have worked as a professional furniture maker for over 20 years. I started creating wood art about 5 years ago and am truely enjoying it. My art involves carving nature such as trees, plants and animals because I find nature both interesting and very beautiful.
The more I carve animals, such as whales, bears, and owls, the more connected I feel with them. My process of carving animals involves learning more about them and the more I learn, the deeper I care about them.My favorite animal is the humpback whale because of its majestic nature they have. They are graceful, friendly and beautiful as they slowly glide deep in the oceans and then suddenly turn upward and breach causing a this huge mammal to come out of the water for a second and make a large splash when they hit the water.
I also feel connected with trees being a furniture maker for over 20 years. I am proud that the wood I use is not commercially logged. The trees are either blown down in a wind storm or need to come down for safety reasons. Instead of letting a tree rot in the forest, the wood is usedto make beautiful furniture and wood art.
View Todd McAneeley's wood art at the link!
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