So far, the Art Of The Horse Saves A Horse project has been a fantastic success several paintings have sold this month benefiting the North Valley Animal Disaster Group, a rescue effort for the animals that are affected by the Wild Fires in California. They have been going behind fire lines to rescue animals, rehabilitate them and feed and water wildlife in the destroyed areas as well. Tens of thousands of animals that lived through the fires are without homes and are being taken care of in at airports, packed shelters and rescues and are in need of all the help they can receive. If you would like to make a vital impact on the horses that are affected by the fires, please consider purchasing one of the paintings from the wonderful artists that are creating art work featuring some of the horses that have been reunited with their owners.
Please consider purchasing one of the paintings from the wonderful artists that are creating art work featuring some of the horses that have been reunited with their owners.
Art Of The Horse Saves A Horse is a one of a kind project that will take place every month, started this past November. Each month we will feature an equine charity or cause that will provide us with several photos of their adoptable horses for our artists to paint/draw/etc, with the art work being offered for sale. 50% of the proceeds of each piece will be given to the charity to help save a horse in need and will show several horses looking for homes through art, help artists and bring equine art to people around the world!
For more info on this month’s charity, please see below:
North Valley Animal Disaster Group
“Working with emergency services to educate the public about disaster preparedness, and assist in sheltering and evacuation of animals during a disaster.
To work jointly with public and private agencies and organizations in the North Valley to promote the safety and well-being of all domestic animals and farm animals, including wildlife, affected by a disaster with emergency temporary sheltering, evacuation, medical care, identification for reuniting animals with their owners or adopting into good, suitable permanent homes. This will be accomplished by utilizing volunteers who have completed the disaster preparedness training provided by the NVADG, educating governmental and non-governmental agencies and animal owners about the importance of disaster preparedness, and scheduling exercises and disaster drills.”
More Information can be found on their website:
Location: CALIFORNIA, USA
Any questions, email me (Shya Beth) or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. PLEASE SHARE with all your art and horse friends-the more people a part of this project, the more horses we can help! This will happen monthly with a different charity/cause each month. Feel free to send me your questions, comments or charity recommendations.
Thank you to all who participate, by creating , collecting, and sharing this project far and wide!