FACE Foundation – Artists for Animals
Auction Ends: Nov 30, 2011 11:59 PM PST

For Your Pet

Large Dog Feeding Stand by Charles Adams

Item Number
$95 USD to PetLover123
Number of Bids
3  -  Bid History

Item Description

This beautiful stand is painted with so much detail from top to bottom!  It features gorgeous seaside cottages and beautiful mountain views painted with an array of rich colors. This is truly a work of art for your home!

Item Special Note

This stand is a unique one-of-a-kind piece of art! Because all stands and artwork have been sealed, they can easily be wiped down with a damp towel for easy cleaning.  It is recommended that all stands be used indoors as a precaution against the elements.

Each stand comes with two stainless steel water and food bowls (2 quart for large dog stands, 1 pint for small dog/cat stands).

Approximate dimensions (all dimensions are approximations):  

  • Large Dog Feeding Stations:  Height  11”, Width  24”, Depth  12” 
  • Small Dog or Cat Feeding stations:  Height 5”, Width 18”, Depth  9”

Purchased stands may be picked up from the FACE Foundation office or shipped to buyers (shipping costs will apply).


Artist Bio


I am a self taught artist with a history of art in my family dating back to the 30’s and later. Painting is a way I like to express myself. People express themselves in many other ways such as writing, or the way they decorate their home, the clothes they wear or the color of the car they drive etc.

I spent most of my youth growing up in the local mountains and my back yard was about 20 miles of nothing but forest. I used to venture out on my own and spent hours in the forest and I think this is where color, contrast, and abstract form and shape captured my imagination. I used to lie under the trees and look up at the light streaming through the top of the trees. All of the shadows with light flickering through it, different movement as the breeze moved the tree tops making shapes and color merge and work with each other. Breezes moved the trees, captured the colors and painted the pictures for me.

I remember my 4th grade teacher reporting to my parents that I wasn’t paying attention and I was looking out the window most of the time. I think the colors outside my window sparked my imagination and my dreams of painting. I’ve spent many years trying to figure out what form of art I like best and I keep coming back to Abstract because of its natural way of showing movement, grace, color and emotion.

After years of playing with different mediums in art such as pencil, charcoal, pen & ink, water color, pastels and even extensive computer graphics & animation, I’ve found Acrylic to be my favorite to create my abstracts today.

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