On June 3, 2012, our sweet Lee Anne went to heaven under the light of the full moon.  She was 46 years old, a life cut way too short by Huntington’s Disease.  In the 17 days since her passing,  I can’t help but think of all the people that currently have Huntington’s, their families, and the road that lies ahead of them.  I know in my heart that one day there will be a cure for this terrible disease.  As you may recall, I painted a portrait of Lee Anne, “Riding the Storm Out.”  The original hangs on my studio wall, but I have archival quality, hand-signed prints  available for those who want a unique piece of art and want to help find a cure.  $20 from the sale of each print goes to the Huntington’s Disease Society of America.

Riding the Storm Out a Fine Art Print to Raise funds for Huntington's Disease

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Lee Anne’s “no fear” attitude and fighting spirit will live on forever in our hearts.

October 4, 2007

In just about a month, we will be attending the wedding of an old childhood friend…(seems as though this is the year they are all getting hitched)….She is a true gem, and in lieu of gifts, has asked that donations be made to the Huntington’s Disease foundation in honor of my step-mother, Lee Anne.  (If you are unfamiliar with this terrible disease, I hope you will take a minute to view the site above, and maybe you too can make a difference in finding a cure)  I, in turn,  had the honor of designing her invitations…see below…


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