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Lucy don't listen to them, but you live in the 2nd worst zoo in the world.

2. Edmonton Valley Zoo (Edmonton, Canada)—Can You Hear Me Now? Four times Edmonton Valley Zoo made the list and now we proudly stand as the second worst zoo in the world. Oh Canada

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What more can we say about the Edmonton Valley Zoo’s stubborn refusal to do right by Lucy? This profoundly social female Asian elephant has lived alone for thirtysix long years in the zoo’s tiny enclosure, locked away for much of the year due to Alberta’s bitterly cold climate. Neither worldwide furor over Lucy’s cruel confinement, or the sound decisions by two other Canadian zoos to send their elephants to warmer climates, has moved zoo or Edmonton officials to move toward meeting Lucy’s social and physical needs. Lucy suffers from chronic arthritis and foot problems, displays abnormal stereotypic behavior, and is managed with an outdated circus-style method using bullhooks. Further, the zoo refuses to allow an independent veterinarian to examine Lucy, and CAZA—the zoo’s accrediting body—won’t stand up for her. Lucy’s only hope now hinges on whether new city councillors show reason and compassion for her.

The Edmonton Valley Zoo appears for the fourth time on IDA’s list.

Posted by barbara mann on 8/17




Four times Edmonton Valley Zoo made the list and now we proudly stand as the second worst zoo in the world. Oh Canada

2. Edmonton Valley Zoo (Edmonton, Canada)—Can You Hear Me Now? Four times Edmonton Valley Zoo made the list and now we proudly stand as the second worst zoo in the world. Oh Canada

edmonton_wz_2013

What more can we say about the Edmonton Valley Zoo’s stubborn refusal to do right by Lucy? This profoundly social female Asian elephant has lived alone for thirtysix long years in the zoo’s tiny enclosure, locked away for much of the year due to Alberta’s bitterly cold climate. Neither worldwide furor over Lucy’s cruel confinement, or the sound decisions by two other Canadian zoos to send their elephants to warmer climates, has moved zoo or Edmonton officials to move toward meeting Lucy’s social and physical needs. Lucy suffers from chronic arthritis and foot problems, displays abnormal stereotypic behavior, and is managed with an outdated circus-style method using bullhooks. Further, the zoo refuses to allow an independent veterinarian to examine Lucy, and CAZA—the zoo’s accrediting body—won’t stand up for her. Lucy’s only hope now hinges on whether new city councillors show reason and compassion for her.

The Edmonton Valley Zoo appears for the fourth time on IDA’s list.

Posted by barbara mann on 8/17




No wealth in my Future, If I Can't Beat 'Em, I'll Fight Harder, Sorry

Did I Make Too Much Noise to be a Millionaire Artsy Business Woman?I WAS KICKED OUT,NO WEALTH FOR MEA change After my weekend with Anik and Bob Proctor in Washington D.C.last weekend, I drew this . A week later

A change of plan after my weekend with Anik and Bob Proctor in Washington D.C.last weekend
If You Can't Beat 'Em, Try Again-Revolution Evolution.

A Week Later
Sorry, changed my mind.
Reverse Evolution- Trying to fix everything, new ideas and devices, organizations that everyone says Yea, but no one even looks or does anything. Honey is dinner ready, slurp beer , shit, hate commercials? If ya can't beat 'em...Join 'Em

This print is for sale 25$ for a limited time only, special sale.
Who could have thought of this? Save the children? save the Planet?
Sorry.

WENT TO SEE ANIK & BOB PROCTER IN DC/ NO FUTURE OF WEALTH FOR ME

caring?did I really talk to loud?offering giftspaid $1500 and kicked outplease inquiretreated like a bumwhat do we stand for?

I'LL  FIX IT- IT WILL BE THE BEST

I’LL FIX IT- IT WILL BE THE BEST

I WAS GOING TO THE FUTURE OF WEALTH CONFERENCE,in Washington D.C. I made a fabulous painting for Anik and BOB, PRINTS made on heavy paper for $200 and one of my business proposal. Small thanks when I was ready to learn to be a millionaire, to be taught by the greats themselves, ANIK and BOB PROCTOR. but then all this happened and security removed me.

I was kicked out of the Conference.

Twice they said I was sitting at the wrong table but I moved. They said I made too much noise but I was encouraged too cheer. Meredith said i didn’t pay and i had a receipt. I didn’t follow protocol when i asked my question,”How does a solitary  artist get an audience?”

Ani showed and walked me to the bathroom. I thought maybe he was going to act nice. But two giant female guards walked me out of the BR and 6 large males were escorting me up the stairs.

Wasn’t I acting wealthy enough? But I was going  to be, Anik I just need a litle help, right Bob.

Posted by barbara mann on 7/8 | tags: conceptual mixed-media painting email marketing Anik and Bob Proctor no ẃealth in my future




A Home is not a Home Without a Newfie Dog

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Posted by barbara mann on 7/7

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The boys saved 22 men when the ship went down.://wp.me/a3LXqX-c8



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Posted by barbara mann on 2/8/13




Faux Zoo Map

 

 

 

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I started this painting  for a show I couldn't afford to submit to but the topic was how we used  stuff up and what was the resulting  mess.Well  no clue in mind, ok., a nice face, 6 " from top of page, a-ha, a hat, ridiculous, a gator hat.  Losing a lot of gators and we should as they come onto the streets of florida and will eat your dog, unless thedog runs fast. Gorillas are disappearing, kangaroos well I haven't a notion. Eventually they all disappered.  This was the solution.

Faux Zoo Map

The Lady with the Gator Hat thought it was so delightful to view the new zoological exhibits as she traveled around the globe. Every beast was stuffed, and she thought it was so nice to pet them all. She purchased exact replicas of the ones in the zoo. She already had a collection in her cabin on the cruise ship. She wondered what happened to all those animals. Oh well, the new ones were so much easier to care for.

Posted by barbara mann on 2/8/12 | tags: modern surrealism gorillas in the mountains conceptual Extinction poachers wild animals loss to civilization traditional





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