Angela Alexander Art Contemporary Dog & Cat Art


Local Artist Donates Time and Talent to “Forget Me Not” Series for Brother Wolf Animal Rescue
Asheville, N.C.

Artist Angela Alexander has created the “Forget Me Not” series of animal
paintings to help Brother Wolf Animal Rescue raise funds and find adoptive homes for animals
that have been in their care for an extended period of time. “My goal is to paint vibrant portraits
of these animals and share their stories via social media, etc. in hopes of finding them homes as
well as raising awareness for others to go to their local shelters and ask about the pets that have
been there the longest or have special needs,” says Angela. Portraits so far include Brother Wolf
dogs Barley, Rascal, Monte and Sharpie. Angela worked from photos to create the colorful pieces.

Angela began painting in 2004. Her artwork is now nationally and internationally collected. In
2010, her work was awarded the prestigious honor of exhibition at the AKC Museum of the Dog
in St. Louis, Missouri. Angela says she likes to paint pets because “they represent the purest
forms of unconditional love. They love irrespective of gender, race or creed. I enjoy painting their
“energy/inner color” as they are all vibrant beings who deserve loving homes.” Angela’s studio is
located in the River Arts District’s Wedge Studios on Roberts St.

Thus far there are four paintings in the series, which is an ongoing project. 100% of proceeds
from the first painting of the series (“Barley You Make Me Smile”) will be donated back to
Brother Wolf. 50% of all other original paintings will be donated to Brother Wolf. There are also
$25 printed images of each piece available, and 30% of each of those will go to Brother Wolf as


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