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    Farm Sanctuary is a place of healing, love, and happiness for both our animal residents and our human friends. With this canvas featuring a representation of Lucky Lady, you can bring the spirit of the Farm home with you!

    In June 2007, Lucky Lady was slated to be sold at a New York City auction house. However, the months-old-lamb had other plans. Sensing imminent danger, she escaped and roamed the streets of the South Bronx for hours before finally being captured by the police. Her daring dash for freedom was covered by news stations throughout the city, showing people that individuals like Lucky Lady have a will to live. Lucky Lady was held at Animal Care & Control of New York City for a few days while staff made arrangements for her permanent care; it was agreed that she should not be sent back to the auction house she fled from, and deserved the freedom she fought so hard to achieve. After she was treated for a low-grade fever at Cornell University Hospital for Animals, Lucky Lady joined the rest of our lucky residents at Farm Sanctuary’s New York shelter, where she continues to enjoy the care and love she deserves. This fine art canvas print is a representation of Lucky Lady painted by Jennifer Smith Donaldson. Jennifer Smith Donaldson has been painting for over twenty years. She is a graduate of Rosemont College, where she received her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree with a concentration in painting and illustration. Jennifer focuses on oil paintings of landscapes, buildings and seascapes, as well as equestrian & farm animal paintings and portraits. She finds inspiration outdoors in the things and places she loves. - arm Sanctuary is a place of healing, love, and happiness for both our animal residents and our human friends. With this canvas featuring a representation of Lucky Lady, you can bring the spirit of the Farm home with you! In June 2007, Lucky Lady was slated to be sold at a New York City auction house. However, the months-old-lamb had other plans. Sensing imminent danger, she escaped and roamed the streets of the South Bronx for hours before finally being captured by the police. Her daring dash for freedom was covered by news stations throughout the city, showing people that individuals like Lucky Lady have a will to live. Lucky Lady was held at Animal Care & Control of New York City for a few days while staff made arrangements for her permanent care; it was agreed that she should not be sent back to the auction house she fled from, and deserved the freedom she fought so hard to achieve. After she was treated for a low-grade fever at Cornell University Hospital for Animals, Lucky Lady joined the rest of our lucky residents at Farm Sanctuary’s New York shelter, where she continues to enjoy the care and love she deserves.

    This fine art canvas print is a representation of Lucky Lady painted by Jennifer Smith Donaldson. Jennifer Smith Donaldson has been painting for over twenty years. She is a graduate of Rosemont College, where she received her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree with a concentration in painting and illustration. Jennifer focuses on oil paintings of landscapes, buildings and seascapes, as well as equestrian & farm animal paintings and portraits. She finds inspiration outdoors in the things and places she loves.

    • Jennifer Smith Donaldson, www.jendonaldson.com
    • 24 x 24" - 0.75" depth
    • Includes hook for hanging