Dillon Shea, a Narberth artist who loves dogs so much he often walks them on a volunteer basis, has published a book of his drawings titled The Dogs of Narberth, writes Richard Ilgenfritz for the Main Line Media News.
Shea, who is on the Autism Spectrum, is a member of the JEVS Independence Network. The network that empowers young adults with disabilities to live independent and full lives.
His love for dogs and the care he takes with them made him one of the most popular dog walkers at Saved Me, an adoption service inside Doggy Style Pets in Merion.
While he is walking the dogs, he also finds joy in drawing them.
“It’s fun,” he said. “It feels good.”
After completing the first volume of his book, he has the second volume ready to go. Now he is looking forward to drawing enough pooches for the third.
“It took me two years to make it, and I’m trying to make books that people will love,” he said. “What more do people love more than dogs?”
Read more about the book in the Main Line Media News.