Feed A Pet, Feed Your soul

April 13, 2010 on 4:35 pm | By | In Uncategorized | Comments Off

Vision of the Virgin#54FBA7 4 adj fin-1Please join us at the Posie Kviat Gallery in Hudson, NY, Saturday May 8 for the

Gallery Exhibition “Nourishment”: Paintings and Sculptures by Lynn Gitter
and Fundraising Event for
Friends of Snuffy, Pet Food Pantry.

(Oil on canvas, “Vision of the Virgin”, 28″ x 36″ by Lynn Gitter)

With Musical Performance by Alexander Turnquist

http://alexanderturnquist.com/

Where:
Posie Kviat Gallery
437 Warren Street
Hudson, NY 12534
(518) 653-5407

http://posiekviat.com

info@posiekviat.com

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Hudson-NY/Posie-Kviat-Gallery/94511303569

When:
May 8, 2010
3-8 PM
Gallery show running May 8-16.

Why:
People love their pets and their pets are part of their family.  Maybe their only family.  Hard economic times put people in difficult situations when they are faced with the choice of not being able to feed their pets or giving them up.  Lynn Gitter is graciously donating a major part of her body of artwork in order to raise funds for Friends of Snuffy, a charitable organization which helps to keep pets in their homes by helping provide pet food to those who otherwise could not continue to afford to feed their pets.   The purchaser gets a tax deductible receipt for the preset percentage that goes to Friends of Snuffy, and gets to go home with a beautiful piece of art.  There are paintings of various sizes, sculptures, and necklaces.

Cost:
The event is free and open to the public.  At this gallery exhibition opening event, there will be art, music, refreshments, and other entertainment.

Many thanks to Lynn Gitter, Alexander Turnquist, and our other participating artists, John Eric Byers, Ric Dragon, Zoya Geacintov, Kira Greene, Pat Horner, Jeff Leonard, Sally Rothchild, Anique Taylor as well as all contributors and volunteers for the event.
www.friendsofsnuffy.org
(Friends of Snuffy, Inc. is a New York State 501c3 charitable organization and is an all volunteer group.)

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