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Brandt Carter is coming back to her street-art roots. Beginning in the late 70’s thru the 90’s, art fairs and galleries were the outlets for her animal and farm works from silverpoints to inks and acrylics. Now years later, she is coming back to paint her animals featuring dog and cat portraits to raise money for the new regional facility for Canine Companions for Independence, a national service dog program where they breed, train, and place dogs for free for people with disabilities other
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