Wonderland Art for Animals Opens Tomorrow 7/18!

Wonderland Art for Animals Sneak Preview

Wonderland Art for Animals opens tomorrow, 7/18 at Leanna Lin’s Wonderland in Eagle Rock! Join us for the festivities starting at 6pm! Read more about the opening event details, and check out these awesome raffle prizes.

Thanks to all of the wonderful artists who have donated artwork to this event: Adrianna Bamber, Alice Lieu of ilootpaperie, Amanda Dempsey, Andrea Kang, Angela Song, Ann Shen, Anthony Conley, Asavari Kumar, Becky Lau, Bored Inc., Bunny (Pamela Barbieri), Cactus Club, catmandru!, Christina Jose, Cuddly Rigor Mortis, Doubleparlour, Edwin Ushiro, Em & Sprout, Flat Bonnie, Genevieve Santos, Jackie Williams, Janie XY, Jared Andrew Schorr, Jenna PuenteKevin Chan, Kim Le, Kristen “Hapa” Lau, Layal Idriss, Lili Chin, Luke Flowers, Martin Hsu, Ming Ong, Misha Lulu, Nan Lawson, Nana Williams, Naoshi, Nellie Le, Nicole Piar, Oborochann, Orbital Ox, Pete Ellison, PolymomoTea, Rhodora Jacob, Riso n Bobbi, Roland Tamayo, Roman Cortez, Ryan Shaw, SaoZen, Sarah Momohara, Sean Chao, Shelley Couvillion, Shlii, Sierra L. Holly, Squidbrains, Susuten, The Stranded Stitch, TobyArt, Unicorn Crafts, Vanessa Ramirez, Yetis and Friends, and Yumster Friends.

Thanks to all of the small businesses who have donated to the raffle prizes and/or goodie bags: Acorn, Amara Kitchen, Auntie Apple, BLOOMnation.com, Donut Friend, Emma Goo Photography, Floating Treehouse Studios, Found Coffee, Four Cafe, Happy Pantry, Jarritos, Kumquat, Lemon Poppy Kitchen, Milkfarm, Native, NELAart News, Plant Food for People, Rock Dog and Cat, Rosie Bunny Bean, Sanrio, Society of the Spectacle, Solarc Brewing, Swork, The Glass Studio, Tokidoki, and Trax Ties.

We are all excited to raise funds for the North Central Shelter, a high intake shelter operated by Los Angeles City Animal Services serving Northeast Los Angeles (and the surrounding areas). The funds we raise will go to the “Spay/Neuter Trust Fund,” which provides low/no cost spay and neutering services to pets in low-income households and funds the mobile spay/neuter clinics, as well as the “Star Program”, which provides medical treatment to severely injured, abused and neglected animals that are rescued by LA Animal Services.