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Blessing of the Animals an acrylic by Sharon Pollard is part of a group holiday show at Sisters Restaurant in Everett which has committed a portion of all sales to animal rescue organizations. -
Blessing of the Animals an acrylic by Sharon Pollard is part of a group holiday show at Sisters Restaurant in Everett which has committed a portion of all sales to animal rescue organizations.
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All the artists in a special holiday art show at Sisters Restaurant in Everett have committed a portion of all sales to animal rescue organizations including the Everett and Camano Island animal shelters, PAWS, N.O.A.H., Pasados Safe Haven and the American Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, as well as the World Wild Life Fund.
The show features 24 artists, with several from Arlington and Marysville, including Ellen Felsenthal and Joan Grout, and two former residents of Arlington, Keith Pace and Lori Vonderhorst, contributing some of the 45 works of art.
The show runs through Jan. 7 at Sisters Restaurant, 2804 Grand Ave., in Everett. The show is open during restaurant hours, 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.


Participants:
Ellen Felsenthal
Janie Olsen
John McAlpine
Judi Woodard
Joyce Giroux
Amelia von Bargen
Carol Noble
Lyussy Hyder
Shannon Danks
Cameron Elder
Joan Grout
Yuming Zhu
Barbara Freeman
Kathy Reiff
Cecelia Venolia
Tami Walker
Suzanne deCillia
Steve Mlodinow
Ardeth Overbay
Judith Jackson
Duane Simshauser
Leah Wolf
Anne Daletski
Keith Pace
Fran Clapper
Shano Mulhall
Crystal Medler
Sharon pollard
Kathleen Dawe
Lori Vonderhorst
Eido.

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