Recognition from Macleans Magazine
|Autumn Fox, one of his most recent pieces|
This article has just been posted to their on-line edition. You can read it here.
Napster is very very pleased, and grateful, and hopes that this added publicity will help him push his donations fund even higher. This past week, he made a donation toBEAR WITH US, in Sprucedale, where Mike MacIntosh rescues injured black bears. This was a specific donation towards the rehab of Hope, a desperately ill little bear who is still suffering a form of paralyses in her hind legs. Napster knows what it is to be ill... and he also knows that every little bit can help. When we found an orphaned fawn in our back fields, he was pleased to be able to donate towards her care at the Aspen Valley Wildlife Sanctuary.
|Loon Dancer, signature print for A Wing and a Prayer,|
famous for their rescue work with loons.
|Skaters. This piece sells in Amsterdam for|
Eyes on Animals.
|Cardinals. He painted this with help (holding the paper|
and the paint palette) from Denise Newell and the ladies
here with the Old Salts.
And he would very much like to express his purr-fectly best wishes to all those who wrote in on his behalf, and especially the Old Salts Seniors Canoe Club for their devotion to his artwork, to himself, and for putting together that petition. He had no idea you were doing that for him, and he is deeply humbled.
He also has his paws crossed that this will help him to advance his sales, so he can make even more donations in future.
Thanks Aaron, for taking the time to respond to the emails and petition, and to call up to interview Napster for Macleans.