ZOOINITAS: I want to extend a very special "thank you" to "all" the artists, sponsors, donors and supporters of this exhibition and share the appreciation I have for the efforts put forth in support of Art and for the Rancho Coastal Humane Society, Safehouse Program.
One year ago in August, I started selecting very specific artists for and exhibit that was pending on a juried review, it certainly was not easy singling out the best works. Out of 31 requests it was narrowed down to 17 fabulously talented and incredibly driven individuals. All professional in numerous fields, and with some with amazing resumes.
Collectively, their accomplishments are too vast to detail, but if you have the chance to meet the artists on July 26, 1-4pm at the opening reception, you will find they are very complex and talented. Visit www.zooinitas.zohosites.com and read about them, and view the video: http://youtu.be/H_QY2O9Fq8M
It has been a pleasure curating this exhibit, coordinating the auction and spreading the word to catch attention for the artists and the RCHS. We hope that you will join us Saturday, July 26, between 1-4pm at the Encinitas Library located at 540 Cornish Dr. in Encinitas.
We are offering something for everyone; art, silent auction, pet adoptions, toy drop off, art demonstration, live music and a wonderful reception.
To all my fellow artists I cannot express enough the "gratitude for your positive attitudes, dedication and commendatory" in supporting Zooinitas efforts for a great cause, the RCHS. It has been a wonderful to be able to bring this to the public.
Thank you to: Adele Richert, Bobbi Harrington, Brian Batemen, Bruce Stewart, Debra Saum, Francine Filsinger, Gary Johnson, Joan Hansen, Krista Timberlake, Linda Luisi, Mo McGee, Stephen Frank Gary, Terry Oshrin, Thomas Thomas and Tish Wynne, who proudly represent the animals on the planet, and are looking forwarding to sharing their experiences in painting each piece.
Join us and dare to enter the jungles of Encinitas with Zooinitas on Saturday, Free to the public. Let's go "jungle boogie"