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Congratulations To The Winners Of NAVS Art For Animals 2012!

Thursday, June 21, 2012


And a heartfelt "Thank You!" to everyone who participated in the Art for Animals 2012.

The National Anti-Vivisection Society extends a heartfelt “Thank You!” to everyone who participated in the Art for Animals 2012.

We received a tremendous amount of compelling artwork on this year’s theme of “Being a Voice for Those Who Cannot Speak for Themselves” – including this year’s winner, Free the Voice by Conrad Javier.

Free the Voice 
Free the Voice, Conrad Javier

“I am honored and very excited to be a part of the Art for Animals 2012 competition!” Conrad writes. “I've never won anything before in my life so this is a great opportunity and experience! Thank you so much for giving me your consideration!”

The National Anti-Vivisection Society extends a heartfelt “Thank You!” to everyone who participated in Art for Animals 2012.

And congratulations to all the winners and honorable mentions!


View a gallery of this year’s winning submissions.


Check back next year for details on Art for Animals 2013!


Confinement
Confinement, Lindsey Phillips 


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Best in Show: Conrad Javier, Free the Voice

Best Photo: Lindsay Phillips, Confinement

1st Place Adult: Joan Share, Connected

2nd Place Adult: Ashley Senese, Speak, See, Hear no evil

3rd Place Adult: Kevin Haseman, Can We Go Home

 

Honorable Mention:

Roberto Almanza, Make the Call

Laura Chenault, Speaking in the Key of C(ompassion)

Arabella Colton, In Memory of Rocky, Who Lived in a Field by Herself, Carmel, CA, 2009

Carolyn DeConte, Paisley & Maxie

Carolyn DeConte, Bisquick - Behind Bars

Gabrielle Esposito, The Great Escape

Lindsay Fuhs, Timbuktu

Dixie Lee Howe, Jimmy the Jack Russell Terrier

Heather Leughmyer, Phineas & Ferb

Khafre Ligggens, Behind Closed Doors

Ellen Marcus, Can I Haz Anti-Vivisection Law

Mary Ann Neuman, Resting Bison

Mary Ann Neuman, King of the Hill (horse)

Marni Nierman, The Phone Call

Shaina Nordlund, Chimp Chat

Lindsay Phillips, Rejected

Sarah Turkowski, Squished

Rijkent Zwaan, Daddy's Girl



1st Place Youth: Becky Roetker, Panda in Metal Forest

2nd Place Youth: Abigail Koenig, Living Hoppily!

3rd Place Youth: Halie Smith, All Creatures Great and Small


Honorable Mention:

Becky Roetker, Full Steam Ahead

Becky Roetker, Fly Away

Aaron Sutton, Doggedness

Claire Theberge, Walter the Wolf 



1st Place Child: Bryanna Hurson, Help

2nd Place Child: Jamie Anderson, Fluffy Orange Love

3rd Place Child: Marlee Anderson, Cougar


Honorable Mention:

Marlee Anderson, Yinny

Molly Bliven, Happy Elephants

Noel Chi, A Cat Family On A Spring Day

Shaunna Hurson, Let Me Away

Luke Wehrmeister, Waiting for Release That Will Never Come

Claire Zverev, Polar Bear in the Snow

 
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