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Tuesday, July 24, 2012


Chuffed. We do believe that is the word.  Last summer, our friend Hulene selected one of Napster's prints to give to Mrs. David Johnston, the wife our our current Governor General.

She picked Equine Portrait/Rider by Moonlight, because Mrs. Gov. Gen. is an avid dressage rider, so there was a natural fit.

Napster was chuffed this week to receive a letter of acknowledgement from Rideau Hall. He hopes that they will enjoy his little offering. It is quite an appropriate piece for a rider, since turning the work keeps revealing wonderfully alive vignettes of horses -- galloping, in extended trot, or simply in profile.

This piece most recently auctioned on behalf of the Wind Dancer Pony Rescue Foundation for $155.00.

While he continues to fund raise for A Wing and a Prayer, and this month for the orphan fawn at the Aspen Valley Wildlife Centre, Napster is pleased this month to also provide prints for auction for the Interlaken Volunteer Fire Department and the Huntsville Cancer Society.

He is doing good things, that cat.

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