Thank you to all that came out to help make the opening reception for ‘A Cry For Help’ such a huge success.
We had well over 500 people attend the opening night reception and another couple hundred over the weekend.
OPENING NIGHT PHOTOS:
VIEW THE WORKS IN THE SHOW:
In the coming days we’ll be posting a special photo set on our Flickr featuring pictures of many of the participating artist’s pets – we’ll post a head’s up here once that’s live on Flickr.
This special exhibition runs through February 5th, 2010 – for full details on the show please click here: http://thinkspacegallery.com/2010/01/index.php
20% of all proceeds will be donated to Born Free USA – http://www.bornfreeusa.org/
*We will continue to accept donations of old blankets throughout the month to give to shelters so dogs don’t have to sleep on cold concrete floors as well as old/new pet beds, towels, comforters, treats, toys, leashes, collars and carriers/crates for both dogs and cats (please bring all you can this month and we’ll be collecting and passing on at end of the show).
The special prints from ‘A Cry For Help’ are now available online (while supplies last).
All prints are from the original works featured in ‘A Cry For Help’ on view this month at Thinkspace. All profits from these special prints will be donated to Born Free USA.
Order the prints from Amy Sol, Liz McGrath and Buff Monster via link below:
Press love for ‘A Cry For Help’:
http://dailydujour.com/2010/01/09/opening-photos-a-cry-for-help-presented-by-born-free-usa-thinkspace-gallery/ and here http://dailydujour.com/2010/01/07/preview-cry-for-help-1-9/
My Love For You Is A Stampede Of Horses:
Check out shots of Gaia’s piece created for ‘A Cry For Help’ installed on the streets of NYC here: http://unurth.com/218229/Gaia-Kent-Ave-Starling-NYC
Plus we received previews in the latest issues of Brand X and The Art Street Journal as well as a mention in Yelp’s weekly mail blast. View the Brand X feature via link below:
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