Art Auction: Sun Oct. 9th in Boonton, NJ

  
Art Auction: Dog Days of Summer

Sunday, October 9th at 5 PM 

Sage Day Auditorium – 215 Hill Street, Boonton, NJ / $25.00 admission

Blog and sculpture photos by Rob Watts

Now that Boonton’s Dog Days of Summer has come to an end, it’s time to auction off all the lovely dog sculptures that adorned Main Street from May through September. Waunders co-founder, Susan Saunders‘ dog “Bomber”—Bad to the Bone (pictured in the ad) is one of several sculptures up for grabs in the auction. In addition to providing Bomber with a new home, your contributions will go towards helping local animal shelters. Visit BoontonArts.org for additional information. 

More about the artist (from Waunders.com:) Susan Saunders holds a varied background in the performing arts, the healing arts and education. She has appeared on stage, TV and on film as an actress and singer. She lived in New York City for ten years. There she was an executive in the music industry, having worked at major labels such as Mercury Records, and in music publishing where she was creative director. She enjoyed working with many artists, including Bon Jovi and Ringo Starr. She was the creative director of the Grammy winning hit “Who Let the Dogs Out” by The Baha Men. Susan currently lives in her hometown of Mountain Lakes, NJ and works in the healing arts and education. She is a graduate of Drew University; The Swedish Institute College of Health Sciences; and The College of St. Elizabeth’s Graduate School of Education. She is a member of Kappa Delta Pi the International Honor Society of Education. She loves the beach, playing along with Jeopardy on the TV, and crisp new boxes of Crayola crayons. Susan is the author and illustrator of Beach Boogie & the Clam Jams and co-author and illustrator of SNOWPOCALYPSE

  
  

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