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Pet Sketches by ShawnaLee to Help Danbury Animal Welfare Society During September & October

Pet Sketches by ShawnaLee to help the Danbury Animal Welfare Society during Sept. & Oct.

Middlebury artist ShawnaLee will sketch your pet and help the Danbury Animal Welfare Society during Sept & Oct. A portion of every sketch rendered will be donated to DAWS. 

The Danbury Animal Welfare Society will be having their 23rd Annual Walk for Animals on September 30th from 10-2 at the Fairfield County Agricultural Extension Council facility on Stony Hill Road in Bethel CT.  Register early if you wish to walk your dog.  There will be food, music, games, vendors, etc..  ShawnaLee will be there to render your dog in graphite.

For more information on having your pet sketched or to pre-register to Walk your Dog please visit:

DAWS: http://www.daws.org/

Or for samples of sketches from last year that benefited DAWS please visit: Portraits by ShawnaLee

Questions may be sent to ShawnaLee at: artist@shawnalee.com

 Thank you!  Artistically yours, ShawnaLee

 

Middlebury resident ShawnaLee grew up in Ridgefield.

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Leslie Yager September 11, 2012 at 12:25 PM
Great cause - DAWS - and I love the black and white pet sketches!
Joan McDaniel September 11, 2012 at 12:38 PM
These drawings are very good. Keep up the great work.
ShawnaLee Kwashnak September 20, 2012 at 12:22 AM
Thank you!

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