Chief Charles Husted, Robert Albrecht, City of Sedona Arts and Culture Coordinator Nancy Lattanzi, and Handler Officer Jonathan Reed with Max. (City of Sedona/Courtesy)

Chief Charles Husted, Robert Albrecht, City of Sedona Arts and Tradition Coordinator Nancy Lattanzi, and Handler Officer Jonathan Reed with Max. (Town of Sedona/Courtesy)

The Town of Sedona celebrated July’s Minute of Artwork on July 13 with Sedona resident Robert Albrecht by unveiling and getting the donation of his electronic painting of Law enforcement K-9, Max.

Albrecht’s portray is his way of honoring the function and tough cases handlers deal with with their K-9’s to safeguard the local community.

“What occurs concerning the viewer and my get the job done is genuinely not up to me. I want the viewer to come to feel I have captured the heart and soul of my topics, not just a representation. I paint topics that will touch people’s hearts and imaginations,” Albrecht mentioned. “Rather than wander previous my art, my hope is that it practically forces them to prevent and just take in the untold tale.”

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“I was delighted when Robert provided to give a digital portray of our law enforcement pet. K-9 Max is a very important and cherished member of the Sedona Police Section and will now be remembered without end through the display of Robert’s outstanding portrait of Max,” Sedona Police Main Charles Husted stated. “We are quite lucky to provide a neighborhood in which entire world class artists reside. I significantly appreciate Robert’s generosity and curiosity in supporting our police section in these types of a significant manner.”

“I acquired about the spectacular high-quality and breadth of Robert’s pictures and digital painting abilities after checking out his studio a long time back. Unveiling his portray with Main Husted to metropolis council with Max and his handler existing was certainly a specific Moment of Art,” City of Sedona Arts and Tradition Coordinator Nancy Lattanzi claimed.

Information delivered by the Town of Sedona.