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Dana’s April Newsletter – Setting Art Goals

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Dana Feagin Art News – March 2016

 

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Dana Feagin Art News – February 2016

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Rogue Women: Unique Perspectives in Art – Opening Reception, February 5th, 5-8PM

Rogue Women are the featured artists at Art & Soul Gallery in Ashland during the month of February. We are a group of professional artists from the Rogue Valley and Northern California, working in a wide variety of art mediums. Join us at the opening reception on Friday, February 5th from 5-8PM for a fun evening of art, wine by Eliana Winery, and music by a local favorite, Jennifer Joss! Can’t make it? The show remains up through February 29th.

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Dana Feagin Art News – January 2016

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Dana Feagin Art News – December 2015 Newsletter

Here is the link to my December newsletter. Just click on the image below.

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Dana’s November 2015 Newsletter

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Dana’s November 2015 Newsletter

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Dana Feagin’s Recent Newsletter Links

Over the summer, I committed to doing a monthly newsletter. After struggling with MailChimp, I gave up on the auto feed for a post onto my website. Below are the first four newsletters. Just click on the images below and you will be connected to the newsletter for that month. My November newsletter will be coming out in the next two weeks. If you haven’t signed up for my newsletter, you can sign up through the home page of my website – or just use the contact page and let me know you want to be added to my list!

 

 

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“A Star is Born”, A Portrait of Orville from Sanctuary One – Dana Feagin Art

 

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“A Star is Born”, ©2015 Dana Feagin, Oil, 16 x 20, Available

 

“A Star is Born” is a portrait of Orville, a former Sanctuary One goat. Orville was one of the first animals I photographed from Sanctuary One. When I came across the photo below, I was surprised I hadn’t already painted him – just look at that pose! Orville arrived at the sanctuary through the Humane Society of the United States. He and his brother Wilbur were unable to move to Hawaii with their human family. Since the photo was taken, Orville and Wilbur were adopted together, by a new loving family. Orville lived a full life but has passed on. Wilbur is still around, looking dapper in his hand-made coat when the weather turns chilly.

 

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