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WOOF! “Fur, Feathers and Fins” is the April exhibit in Art Central’s Gallery!

By March 31, 2012No Comments

Art Central Gallery is so proud to present our first fundraising event …

“Fur, Feathers, and Fins”
*  *   *  Friday, April 6th , 6-8pm  *  *  *
This exhibit is the labor of love of a lot of people – the artists themselves, the folks at Second Chance at Love Humane Society, and some very special people who worked tirelessly to get the word out about the event.   We are very excited about the incredible artwork that will be part of this show,  and cordially invite you to join us this Friday, April 6th, from 6-8pm during Art After Dark for this event.
50% of all animal-theme art that is sold during the month of April at our gallery will be donated to Second Chance at Love Humane Society.  Please help us to support this amazing organization.
Exhibit will run from April 5th through May 1st, 2012.
Art Central hours are Monday thru Saturday, 10am-5pm.
1329 Monterey Street, San Luis Obispo
Every Dog Deserves a Second Chance   In a world  where animal “shelters” are often just stopovers on the way to euthanasia— where  abandoned, neglected, abused, and troubled pets are condemned for the  carelessness of humans— there is a place where dogs get a second chance at life,  love, and happiness.
Second Chance at Love Humane Society  We are a  no-kill animal welfare organization, was founded in 1994 for our society’s dog  outcasts:  Pit Bulls, Rottweilers, and other strong-willed breeds; “widowed”  senior citizen dogs; dogs without leaders or advocates; dogs trained to fear and  fight. Few humans have a heart for sick, old, troubled or intimidating dogs.  Few  dare to take on the challenge these animals present. Few realize that, if given  the chance, there is certain hope for these tragically misunderstood  animals.
Second Chance at Love Humane Society dares to  care  These mutt misfits and condemned canines are the voiceless,  helpless souls for which our hearts break.  But to truly save them takes more  than just compassion and shelter. With each rescue comes the challenge to turn  around a lost-cause dog and make it adoptable and balanced so that its next home  will be its forever home. The process takes patience, fierce determination, constant leadership, lots of exercise, and diligent discipline. Since many  Second Chance dogs never received this sort of stability and security, this is  often their first chance at being a dog.