Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Unleashed: The First Annual Los Angeles Pet Art Show

An art show of your pets, by your pets and for your pets. Los Angeles’ finest and most original artists come together to present a one day exhibition of paintings, drawings and sculptures inspired by man’s and woman’s best friends.

Humans and their pets are welcome to view these works Saturday May 8th from 12pm to 11pm. Several animal rescue services will be on hand with a fuzzy menagerie of furry art experts to guide you along. The Pet Art Show involves two of Los Angeles’ most off beat galleries located directly on opposite sides of Melrose Avenue.

Synchronicity Space at 4306 Melrose Avenue showcases creative expressions of sight and sound, imagined by artists looking for a place without limits, a place where "things just happen." Exhibitions have no definitive style or subject matter, the doors are left open to the most exciting art, music and other creative projects presented by local, national and global artists.

For over 173 years, The Fake Gallery, located at 4319 Melrose Avenue, has curated some of the finest fictitious artworks from many of the most accomplished and noteworthy nonexistent artists. The Fake is also considered to be one of Hollywood’s most preeminent comedy venues. Los Angeles magazine described it to be one of the best places to see comedy in the country.

From 7 to 11pm, Synchronicity Space will host a reception for the artists and their guests. There will be complimentary wine and pet snacks.

At 9:00pm The Fake Gallery will present a free special edition of their hit otherworldly sideshow, “The Showatorium”.

A portion of the art sale proceeds will go towards charities who support the well being of our wonderful pet companions. Please visit www.syncspacela.com and www.paulkozlowski.com for more information.

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