Linda St. Claire’s exquisite brush strokes reveal the soul of the animal. Known throughout the U.S. and worldwide, she is among the artists who are generously donating their artwork to the Kindred Spirits Animal Sanctuary Benefit Art Show, to be held August 11, 2012.
This ethereal, angelic dove was created by Barbara Harnack, whose artwork has an otherworldly touch, especially the faces. Raku is a special technique of firing ceramics, originally discovered in the sixteenth century by a Korean potter.
“Oheke” means “bashful” in the Hawaiian language; Alexis Higginbotham learned the meaning from her Hawaiian mother. This lovely fish exemplifies the sensitivity of her artwork.
To view these and many more enchanting works of art – and to meet the charming residents of Kindred Spirits, a very gentle and light-filled sanctuary that provides elder and hospice care for dogs, horses, and poultry – please attend their Benefit Art Show on August 11.
Benefit Art Show
August 11, 2012,
10 am – 4 pm,
Located 20 minutes south of Santa Fe,
On Highway 14,
one half mile south of the Lone Butte General Store,