The Artist Hall of Fame

The items for sale on this website are meant help to raise funds to save slaughter bound horses and to bring awareness to people who may not know about this incredibly barbaric practice. Please visit each artist's page to see what is being sold to raise money to save slaughter bound horses.

Call for Artists who want to sell their art to help save horse! Click here for more information. Each artist handles all transactions themselves and agree to send 80% or more of the NET profit to save horses from slaughter.

*** We are also putting together a book of heartwarming short stories of horses saved from slaughter. Please contact us for more information at horsedefenders@yahoo.com or by using the Contact Us page on this website.

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Andrea Burnett

Andrea is an award winning Portland artist who paints animal and human portraits, as well as landscapes and still life. She paints with watercolor, acrylic, and pen and ink.

Andrea has agreed to handle all transactions herself with a large portion of the sales going to save horses from slaughter.

Email: frogprincess1972@gmail.com
Visit Andrea's Horse Defender fundraising page

Janet Amundson-Splidsboel

Janet is a Portland oil and encaustic painter, usually painting the figure from live models, and also landscapes.

Janet has agreed to handle all transactions herself with 100% of the sales going to save horses from slaughter.

Email: frogprincess1972@gmail.com
Visit Janet's Horse Defender fundraising page
Visit Janet's website at janet-janetsartstudio.blogspot.com

Jennifer Kunz / The HSUS

Jennifer is an outstanding photographer who works at the Duchess Sanctuary. She has graciously let us use many of her images for our eCard program.

The Duchess Sanctuary is owned and operated by The Fund for Animals in partnership with The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS). http://www.humanesociety.org/duchess. The Duchess Sanctuary is an 1120 acre sanctuary outside of Oakland, Oregon, established in 2008 as an oasis for abused, abandoned, neglected and homeless horses.

Follow the Duchess Sanctuary on their facebook page, http://www.facebook.com/DuchessSanctuary

Michele Rain / HorseDefenders.com

Michele is a professional freelance photographer and web designer.

Michele is currently working on setting up a website to promote her artwork on http://www.rainsome.com. Part of the proceeds will go directly to saving horses endanger of being shipped to slaughter. http://www.michelerain.com.