Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Sea No Evil Art Show Benefit

Sea No Evil Art Show Benefit '12 is finally upon us! I will be among the artists exhibiting this coming Saturday at the Riverside Municipal Auditorium. Each donated art piece will be up for auction for one night only to raise money for Sea Shepherd Conservation Society! (For auction information, go to Sea No Evil) This is always a VERY BIG event - doors open at 6 pm, hope to see some of your faces there!!
Above is my piece for the show titled Her Happy Heart, graphite and water color on paper. This is my second year being invited to participate in the event and I couldn't be happier! To be afforded the chance to support the selflessness of the men and women that make up Sea Shepherd is an honor.
Exhibiting artists include: Tara McPherson, Travis Louie, Cathie Bleck, Korin Faught, Steven Daily, Brandi Milne, Neko, Renee Lawter, Tomi Monstre, Emilio Santoyo, Roland Tamayo, Chivo, Saratoga Sake, Kristin Tercek, Christopher Umana, Jessica Hess, Ron Ulicny, Serge Gay Jr., Sam Wolf Connelly, Jeremiah Ketner, Laurie McClave, Ania Tomicka, LV Ruiz, Ablert Montoya, June Leeloo, Jenne Colby, Camden Noir, Kat Brunnegraff, Lou Pimentel, Christopher Uminga, Matthew Fletcher Jeff Soto, Shepard Fairey, Lola, Ana Bagayan, Tim Biskup, Amy Sol, Christopher Ryniak, Dave Kinsey and many more.
Date: Saturday June 30th, 2012 Time: Doors Open at 6:00 PM Place: Corner of Mission Inn and Lemon in Riverside 3485 Mission Inn Ave Riverside, CA 92501
Celebrating our 6th Year, Sea No Evil will come back to the Riverside Municipal Auditorium for one night only on Saturday June 30th, 2012. Featuring Captain Paul Watson and Captain Peter Hammarstedt and the crew featured on the popular Animal Planet series, “Whale Wars”. Sea No Evil, an art show benefit to raise awareness of the oceanic conservation needed through out the world, for the sole benefit of Sea Shepherd Conservation Society to continue their aggressive campaigns to end the illegal whaling in Antarctica, the bloody seal hunt in Canada, dolphin slaughter in Japan and illegal shark finning in the Galapagos. What started as a misguided whale watching excursion, has become a powerful vein of support to create change and awareness touching the entire world. By bringing together like minded artists and art enthusiasts, we hope to give each observer the opportunity to be apart of a something bigger then one. The action of many magnifies the voice of one. Building upon the success of first five art shows which raised over $300,000 combined, this year we have confirmed over 100 artists donating art pieces to be auctioned the night of Saturday, June 30th at the Riverside Municipal Auditorium.

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