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Stars Paint Life-Size Pooches for Charity

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A slew of Hollywood top dogs like, actors Richard Gere, Vanessa Williams, and Stanley Tucci channeled their inner-Picasso by painting life-sized dog sculptures that were displayed at Time Warner Center in New York City in October. Thirty unique, fiberglass dogs were auctioned off on to benefit children and animals of the Green Chimneys organization.

All the money raised by the online auction went to the 60-year-old non-profit that operates a special education school, a residential treatment center for children and a farm and wildlife rehabilitation center in Brewster, NY.

The project, dubbed “Celebrities Dogs Unleashed,” featured masterpieces painted by these celebrities: TV host Katie Lee Joel, media mogul Martha Stewart, politician Robert Kennedy, Jr., radio host Robin Quivers, music mogul Clive Davis and TV chef Rachael Ray.