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BRINK: A Benefit Art Show at Antler Gallery

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When: Jan 25, 2018 06:00 PM to Feb 19, 2018 09:00 PM

Join us at "Brink,” the sixth annual Audubon Society of Portland benefit show at antler gallery! Twenty artists have been asked to make works that focus on either an extinct or an endangered species. These new, original pieces will be on display and for sale for one month, and 20 percent of all sales will be donated to the Audubon Society of Portland.

Join us at BRINK, the sixth annual Audubon Society of Portland benefit show at Antler Gallery! 

You won’t want to miss this unique show, which features regionally and nationally celebrated artists inspired by wildlife and the natural world, focusing on the theme of extinction.

These new, original pieces will be on display and offered for sale, with 20% of all sales donated to the Audubon Society of Portland. Antler Gallery founders and curators Susannah Kelly and Neil M. Perry believe strongly in Portland Audubon’s mission to protect birds, wildlife, and habitat. Over the past four years, the gallery has raised more than $11,000 to support wildlife conservation across Oregon. 

“We feel so fortunate to be able to partner with the Audubon Society every January, and truly appreciate the incredible resource they are, both through their tireless work to protect the environment and their education outreach to future generations," said Neil.

In addition to the donation from sales, there will be other fundraising events at the gallery during opening night and throughout the show.

Opening Night

In addition to the donation from sales, there will be other fundraising events at the gallery during opening night. Please join us on Jan. 25 for a fun evening of art and libations! 

Location

antler gallery and store | 2728 NE Alberta St | Portland, OR 97211 | antlerpdx.com

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