Animal Artist Book Release Will Benefit Local Rescued Tigers And Bears

| November 5, 2022 | 0 Comments

Local San Diego animal artist Sinclair Stratton best known for her colorful pet portraits is releasing her first book of animal paintings called “Always Be Kind to Animals” in an art show and fundraiser from 2 to 5 p.m., Sunday, November 13 at The Studio Door Gallery, 3867 Fourth Avenue, San Diego, CA 92103 benefiting local exotic animal rescue Lions, Tigers, and Bears (LTB) located in Alpine, California. 

This limited-edition book is a collection of her best wild beasts, domestic pets, and farm animals spanning over the past 20 years. Show will feature her new books for sale and signings, and will also offer original paintings, prints, tote bags, and greeting cards for sale. Representatives from LTB will be present to answer questions about their amazing non-profit rescue organization, including the founder, Bobbi Brink. An original watercolor portrait of a rescued grizzly bear, Albert, who lived and died at LTB will be available via silent auction at this event.

For more than two decades, San Diego artist Sinclair Stratton has been painting and celebrating animals, one individual at a time, in her signature watercolor style. Painting pets and wildlife alike is what makes Sinclair’s the happiest in life and in her own words: “I paint exclusively in watercolor and am moved by how different color combinations invoke different emotional responses. My work is a journey in deeply saturated color, a celebration of animal life and the divine spark found in all living creatures.” 

Lions, Tigers and Bears is an exotic animal sanctuary and educational facility in San Diego County, CA for more than 18 years. ” To animals born in captivity and fated to be ignored and abused, I’ve dedicated this organization.” – Bobbi Brink, Founder,

Daughter #1 (elephant babe) by Sinclair Stratton.

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