When buying ART can help a dog…

HAROLD FEINSTEIN “Puppy Love,” 1987 Silver gelatin print,16″x20″ – Ed. 20, $1,800 – ARTprojectA.com

ARTprojectA.com is committed to giving back to our local, national and global community through ARTprojectACT. This innovative program allows our clients to select a philanthropic area of interest at checkout to which a donation will be made from the proceeds of their purchase. Last week we introduced you to two of our partners and today we’d like share a couple more that were honored have as program participants.

Animal Shelter of the Wood River is a no-kill shelter that promotes companion animal welfare by providing temporary shelter for homeless pets in the Sun Valley, Idaho area, adopting them to qualified homes, and reducing animal abuse, neglect, and overpopulation through community education and spay/neuter services. American Rivers is the leading US organization working to protect and restore the nation’s rivers and streams. Rivers connect us to each other, nature, and future generations.

All donations come from ARTprojectA’s share of the proceeds. This is not an additional cost to the buyer nor is it deducted from the artists’ portion of the sale. Buying ART can make a world of difference.

KIRK ANDERSON “Little Wood Storm,” 1993, Archival digital print, 15″x20″ – Ed. 65, $600 – ARTprojectA.com

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