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Available Originals

Help Me
Help Me

24" x 30" Acrylic on canvas board Original Now: $200 This was my first animal rights painting, completed in 2003. Never expecting to sell my art (or seeing the value of it beyond a means to cope with the sadness of animal agriculture), I used the back of the painting to spray-paint chains as a prop for a circus demonstration calling for an end to the use of elephants. That campaign was ultimately successful and the use of wild animals in circuses was banned in Winnipeg ❤

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Chicken Shadow
Chicken Shadow

24" x 30" Acrylic on canvas board Original Now: $200 For farmed animals, their deaths foreshadow their lives. From birth, their future is cast and looms over them their entire, short lives. Like a shadow, their fate is inescapable. They are mutilated without painkillers, routinely and often maliciously abused, and finally, brutally killed in industrial slaughterhouses where speed and maximum profit are the only concerns.

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Goat Shadow
Goat Shadow

18" x 24" Acrylic on gallery-wrapped canvas Original: $200 For farmed animals, their deaths foreshadow their lives. From birth, their future is cast and looms over them their entire, short lives. Like a shadow, their fate is inescapable. They are mutilated without painkillers, routinely and often maliciously abused, and finally, brutally killed in industrial slaughterhouses where speed and maximum profit are the only concerns.

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Handle With Care
Handle With Care

30" x 40" (This piece is huge and on gallery-wrapped canvas) Original Now: $300 Veal calves are ripped away from their mothers shortly after birth & spend their short, miserable lives confined to a tiny wooden box so small they can't even turn around. This painting depicts our macabre concern with animals only after they've been processed into something we view as useful and how we take pains to ensure the safety of it, while disregarding even basic welfare for those same animals while alive.

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