In conjunction with our forthcoming Blow The Scene Fest 2013: Artists For Animals on June 29, 2013 at The Broad St. Ministry in Philadelphia, the Homeward Bound: A Benefit for PAWS art show launched in May at Philly’s top vegan eatery and coffee bar, Grindcore House. Curated by Philadelphia Art Professor Ryann Casey, the art show features artwork of various mediums donated by over 50 artists from around the world with the proceeds of all sales being presented to P.A.W.S (Philadelphia Animal Welfare Society).
We caught up with Homeward Bound: A Benefit for PAWS on opening night as a fantastic outpouring of support took place with over half of the pieces being sold within the first few hours. And let’s not forget the radical adoption wall that greets art lovers with the profiles of some of P.A.W.S. finest cats and dogs in urgent need of good homes.
The Homeward Bound: A Benefit for PAWS gallery runs until July 10th, and for those that will be in attendance during Blow The Scene Fest 2013: Artists For Animals on June 29th, Ryann and her talented team of artists will be bringing the art to you!
Full list of contributing artists below and a few photos for those who could not make it out.
Photos by BTS’s Joshua T. Cohen.
Participating artists include:
Jes Mae Lynch
Matt R. Phillips
Joanna S. Quigley
Nancy M. Thivierge
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And don’t forget! You can catch the unsold art pieces at: