Art Exhibit for Shelter Animals

October 06, 2014  •  Leave a Comment


Comet Some exciting news! A recent photo of mine was selected to be part of a small exhibit of images to be displayed at the Davis Art Center in Davis, CA.

I was one of five HeArts Speak members chosen to represent HeARTs Speak’s section of an exhibit in conjunction with the Sheltered Art Exhibit. It's an art benefit for animals at risk. The exhibit will run for 5 weeks from October 10 to November 14, seeking to raise awareness of the staggering number of homeless animals who may never find shelter.

I'm thrilled to be included among these wonderful artists. My image of little Chihuahua, "Comet" was photographed at Denver Animal Shelter as part of a monthly campaign to create quality portraits of their adoptable animals. This sweet pea had the most heartfelt pose and expression of the many I've met at the shelter. I thought he would make the ultimate poster child for the shelter and luckily he was adopted within days of this photo.  

Now a 16x24 print of Comet will be touching hearts in California and helping represent shelter animals from around the world.


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