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Available Originals

Cratemaid's Tale
Cratemaid's Tale

14" x 18" Acrylic on canvas Original Now $200; prints avail in store In Margaret Atwood's futuristic book The Handmaid's Tale, fertile young women are held captive, impregnated and forced to bear children for sterile, upper-class women. For sows, this future is now. Viewed as nothing more than "bacon makers", they are sexually violated and forced to produce litter after litter of piglets who are torn away from them after just 2-3 weeks so the heartbreaking process can be repeated.

Help Me
Help Me

24" x 30" Acrylic on canvas board Original Now $300 Prints available through store 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.

Flying Fox
Flying Fox

12" x 18" Pastel on PastelMat Original Now $150; prints available in store Bats are classified into two major groups: Flying Foxes and Microbats. Both share many similarities with humans: they have a similar skeletal structure (they have elongated fingers, not wings that they fly with!), are warm-blooded, give birth and suckle their young, are devoted and caring mothers and even leave their children (called pups) at ‘childcare’ as they go in search of food!

Chamois: More Than My Skin
Chamois: More Than My Skin

12" x 18" Pastel on PastelMat Original Now $150; prints available in store The chamois is a (tiny!) species of goat-antelope native to the mountains of Europe. Females & their young live in herds of between 15-30. If a mother dies, other females in the herd raise her young. Sadly, you may recognize their name as being the same as the chamois/shammy leather cloth used to clean grandpa's car. In the past, the animals were hunted for their hides. Thankfully today a cotton version is available.

Chicken Shadow
Chicken Shadow

24" x 30" Acrylic on canvas board Original Now $300 Prints available through store 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.

Hand in Hand
Hand in Hand

9" x 12" Pastel-chalk on toned paper Original $50; prints available through store

Holding Hands
Holding Hands

12" x 18" Pastel on PastelMat Original Now $150; prints available in store

Turkey Shadow
Turkey Shadow

18" x 24" Acrylic on canvas board Original Now $275 Prints available through store 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.

Uncle Alf
Uncle Alf

14" x 18" Acrylic on wood panel (framed, solid maple - ready to hang) Original Now $100 Prints available through store Uncle Sam's twin brother Alf is all about peace and love. Liberation is love!

Goat Shadow
Goat Shadow

18" x 24" Acrylic on gallery-wrapped canvas Original $275 Prints available through store 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.

Bestiary Ballad: Dancing Partners
Bestiary Ballad: Dancing Partners

12" x 12" Acrylic on gallery-wrapped canvas Original Now $100; prints available through store

Handle With Care
Handle With Care

30" x 40" Original Now $400 Prints available through store Veal calves are ripped away from their mothers shortly after birth and spend their short, miserable lives confined to a tiny wooden box so small they can't walk or 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.

We Take Care
We Take Care

16" x 20" Original Now $150 "We take care of our animals so they'll take care of us." Pig barn fires in MB increased 8 times from 2007 to 2008 coinciding with an outbreak of porcine circovirus & a decrease in industry profitability. While pig barn fires continued steadily, a 2nd spike occurred Canada-wide in 2009 with the discovery of the pig flu virus. Barn fires across Canada remain high, resulting in the horrific deaths of thousands to hundreds of thousands of animals annually.