Tonight was the art hanging for the "Unleashed" art show. I loved seeing so many artists who are eager to support this fundraiser with their art donations - and the pieces are amazing! Here's a sneak peek of a few of the pieces of original art that you will be able to bid on.
I own quite a few pieces of Cinder's art. This new piece called "Catnip" especially makes me smile!
This piece by Cathryn Reynolds, the Happy Tails special events volunteer, is her first attemp at working with acrylics. I so love the vibrant colors!
Here is "Desert Elephant" by Maya Murphy-Cook, my high school friend's 12-year-old daughter. This will be her very first art show and I'm so humbled that she has allowed me to mentor her during the process.
This quilted wall hanging was created by Carolyn Hess, a member of the River City Quilters Guild. She's worked for several local quilt shops creating their display samples. Her work is not only warm, but her attention to detail is meticulous!
You'll be able to bid on these pieces and about 50 more at the "Unleashed" animal art show.
"Unleashed" - A Benefit for Happy Tails Pet Sanctuary
Saturday, July 9, 2011 from 5pm - 9pm
Vox Sacramento Gallery located inside the ThinkHouse Collective
at 1726 11th Street at R
Free and open to the public