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Airedales in Black and White

Our very own State Coordinator Sandra Mauk quilted this one of a kind fabric art featuring Airedales from ATRA’s very own children’s coloring book!  (If you haven’t seen our coloring book, it’s a tool we use to share about the importance of rescue and how ATRA helps Airedales).
 
The high bidder of this classic black and white quilt can either hang it on a wall (it has a sleeve built in) or use it as a lap quilt while you snuggle with your Airedale.  Don't let this one get away!  
 
 
 

 

Airedale in the Flowers 

Hey Mom!  Can you see me?  I’m in your flower bed checking out your cone flowers and black-eyed susans! This original acrylic painting is a work of art from renowned Barbara Keigher who has shared her life with several Airedales.  Signed by Barbara this gallery-wrap painting measures 12" X 9".  An additional bonus with this painting is an autographed "Miss Barbara Paints the Airedale Terrier" book. Both donated by Mary Jo Koranda celebrating her wonderful rescue 'dale Zelda.

   

 

 
 
Portrait of an Airedale in Wood
 
A variety of intricate wood pieces cut to a ¼ thick, artistically placed together to show off the beautiful features of our favorite fur friend, the Airedale Terrier.  This wood portrait is handcrafted by "Wood Creations by Maury" and pops out at the admirer like a 3-D photo.  At 11x12”, this piece will be a conversation starter hanging on a wall in your home. Donated by Bob and Denise Seis.
 
 
 
 

 

 

Heisey ‘Dale

This Heisey Airedale was part of a collection made by the Imperial Glass Company in the 1980's. Several colors were chosen for the animal sets including this rare, hard-to-find clear glass (Heisey's trademark "color").  This classy collectible measures a generous 6" tall by 6" long.  This AKC Airedale deserves a place in your home as the Grand Champion that he is.  Donated by Terry Kratchman.


 

 

 

Snoozing ‘Dale – Bothersome Butterfly

All this Airedale would love to do is take a snooze in the sun – she just can't understand why the butterfly insists on relaxing on her nose!  This lightweight, all paper maché, Airedale was made by Andrea B. for the 2008 National Specialty Dinner for ATCA.  While attending the Specialty Dinner this little lass was determined to be perfect in “conformation” and measures 17" long.  Donated by Susan Jensen.

 

 

 

 

Young Reader with Captive Audience

A precious moment between a young reader and her captive listener, an attentive Airedale Terrier is depicted in this faux oil painting.  Wouldn’t this look great hanging in YOUR home?  Print with frame measures 19 1/2" X 15 3/4".  Donated by the Phyllis Rusnell estate.

 

 

 

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