Tag Archives: animal paintings

Animal Art as Activism

I recently discovered the wonderful blog,  Vegan Activist. I was disappointed when I found out that the author, J, is spending less time blogging and more time making art these days. Then I saw J’s soulful, inspired art and understood. J … Continue reading

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Painting Animals with Dignity

Does being vegan impact how an artist paints animals? Tina Kolberg, who painted Chumly, above, says it does. Here’s what she has to say: Painting Animals with Dignity “When I paint an animal, I try to really look. I don’t assume … Continue reading

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Does Art Respect Animals?

The painting above is of a cow, but does it respect the cow? Artist, Tina Kolberg, has some fascinating insights on this. Here’s her thoughts: Does Art Respect Animals? “I saw a collage artwork once that struck me. The artist had made a … Continue reading

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An Artist’s Vegan Journey

I love the artwork Tina displays on Expanding Circle like her above watercolor, McLovin’. I don’t know anything about art, but there’s something about her animal subjects that draws me in. Tina says that her vegan outlook is essential to her … Continue reading

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