Art For A Cause

It gives me great pleasure to announce that I will be donating 20% of the sales proceeds from the original work of art pictured below to Releash Atlanta, an organization dedicated to saving the lives of and finding a forever home for dogs and cats.  Releash Atlanta is a non-profit pet adoption group located in Atlanta, Georgia.

Shouldn’t we all ‘Wag more and Bark less’?!!

This is a light hearted, playful piece on attitudes and on how to look at the world through a humorous, less serious lens.  It is available in a variety of colors and may be purchased in my Etsy store.

The sentiment is clear, “Wag more, Bark less;” you have the dog’s tail and hind legs to put a smile on your face to do just that!


I hope that you will join me in supporting this wonderful organization and the important work that they do…day in and day out.

Releash Atlanta will receive 20% of the sales proceeds, you will receive a “tiny treasure”.  Win-Win!





About Ellen Sharf Filreis

A finance and real estate professional in a former life, I am a self-taught artist currently working on several commissioned pieces of art. While my collage and assemblages cover a wide range of themes, my most important project at the moment is building on the Chai Spy ® brand which is a collaborative project with my daughter, Ayelet Ribakow who wrote the text for our book. Looking to license the art for the Jewish gift industry. The shadow box art is available for exhibition in Jewish venues for children and adults.
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One Response to Art For A Cause

  1. I am passionate about pet rescue. Every year I pick a new group to support.


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