An Exhibition to Benefit the MSPCA
Exhibition dates: June 3 - 17, 2010
Preview: Wednesday, May 26, 6-8pm
Reception: Thursday, June 3, 5-8pm
Drive-By, 81 Spring Street, Watertown MA
bk projects and OHT Projects in collaboration with Ningyo Editions, are pleased to present Honey Bunny: An Exhibition to Benefit the MSPCA. Featuring nine artists whose work deals with animal imagery in widely varying ways, the exhibit includes work by Gregg Blasdel, Resa Blattman, David Curcio, Rebecca Rose Greene, Edward Monovich, Kathleen O'Hara, Roberta Paul, Amy Ross, and Sophia Truong.
Also featured will be limited edition woodcut by Raul Gonzalez, published by Ningyo Editions, and a limited edition t-shirt designed specifically for the exhibition by artist Alexia Stamantiou (left). Proceeds from the sales of all of the art, as well as the woodcut and the t-shirts, will go directly to MSPCA programs.
The MSPCA is an international leader in animal protection, providing hands-on care for thousands of animals each year. Founded in 1868, it is the second oldest humane society in the US. Proceeds from Honey Bunny will directly benefit programs in humane education, advocacy, law enforcement, and animal protection and adoption. The MSPCA does not receive any government funding, and relies solely on the support and contributions of individuals who care about animals and animal welfare.
Honey Bunny would not be possible without the generous support of Crate Escape, Especially For Pets, McClain's Printmaking Supplies and Toureen Pet Resort and Spa.
Food and drink for the reception are generously provided by The Delux Town Diner, Red Lentil, and Sevan Bakery, all located in Watertown. A raffle item has been generously donated by Picture Perfect.