‘Wonderland Art for Animals’ at Leanna Lin's Wonderland

I am excited to be taking part in 'Wonderland Art for Animals' at Leanna Lin's Wonderland, a show curated by Supahcute to benefit the North Central Animal Shelter! Our piece, Summer Pug, is a one-of-a-kind handmade applique:

Here's additional show info from the press release.

Wonderland Art for Animals

For the love of our furry, scaly, and feathered friends

Leanna Lin’s Wonderland and Supahcute are pleased to announce our second benefit art show, Wonderland Art For Animals. All net proceeds from this group art exhibition will be donated to the local North Central Animal Shelter.

Wonderland Art for Animals is a “cash and carry” art show with all pieces priced at $100 and lower. The group exhibition will open with a reception at Leanna Lin’s Wonderland in Eagle Rock on Saturday, July 18 (6-10pm). RSVP on the Facebook event page. The exhibition will run through August 23.

We are excited to raise funds for an organization that is such a vital resource for our community and its animals. The North Central Shelter is a high intake shelter operated by Los Angeles City Animal Services serving Northeast Los Angeles (and the surrounding areas). We believe it is important to support our local shelter, as it is often the last hope for thousands of L.A.’s dogs, cats, rabbits, chickens and other downtrodden pets.

The funds we raise will go to the “Spay/Neuter Trust Fund,” which provides low/no cost spay and neutering services to pets in low-income households and funds the mobile spay/neuter clinics, as well as the “Star Program”, which provides medical treatment to severely injured, abused and neglected animals that are rescued by LA Animal Services.

Last year our Doggie Wonderland Art Show raised over $4,500 for local rescue dogs and included over 100 pieces of artwork by artists around the world. It even resulted in Wonderland getting a new four-legged staff member, Indigo! We’re hoping this year we will exceed this amount and make an even larger impact on the welfare of L.A.’s animals in need.

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