“HOLLYWOOD’S LEAST WANTED 3D” BENEFIT FOR ANIMAL RESCUE TO BRING OUT STARS AND THEIR DOGS

Jane Fonda by Rachel Schmeidler
Jane Fonda by Rachel Schmeidler

Artwork copyright Rachel Schmeidler
Photo and Article by Suzanne Philips

Please join multimedia artist Rachel Schmeidler and celebrity guests Zachary Quinto and other celebs (and their pet dogs) for an evening enjoying a new exhibition of 3D modern artwork and fundraising for animals in need. The “Hollywood Least Wanted 3D” exhibit is Schmeidler’s latest work in 3D and will feature anaglyphic 3D photographs of dogs and cats “behind bars” in an effort to raise public awareness and support for the animals. Also featured at the exhibit are 3D versions Schmeidler’s “Hollywood Most Wanted” series of celebrity mugshots. Schmeidler’s work has been featured on CNN, Access Hollywood and US Weekly Magazine.

 

Zachary Quinto
Zachary Quinto

Hollywood Least Wanted 3D is catered to raise funds for the City of Los Angeles’ Animal Services Department as well as to serve as an animal adoption fair. A required donation of $20 includes one raffle ticket to several prize drawings if you order online at: http://www.hollywoodleastwanted.com/buy-raffle-ticket.php.
Raffle prizes will drawn one day before the event on November 20, 2009. In addition to the donation, 50% of the proceeds from the sale of artwork will go towards the Department of Animal Services of the City of Los Angeles.

The event will be held Saturday, November 21, 2009 at Rivera & Rivera in downtown Los Angeles.

At 4 pm the Red Carpet Dog Walk will start with the Reception following at 5pm. An after party will be held starting at 7pm.

The gallery is located at:

Rivera & Rivera
1100 S. Hope Street
Los Angeles, California 90015

Please RSVP at http://www.hollywoodleastwanted.com/buy-raffle-ticket.php. There is limited space to this event.

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10 thoughts on ““HOLLYWOOD’S LEAST WANTED 3D” BENEFIT FOR ANIMAL RESCUE TO BRING OUT STARS AND THEIR DOGS

  1. Animal mistreatment has forever got to me. It seems like it is becoming worse, at least where I live. But there are still sweet souls out there who feel like I do that we must take care of them. I hope the legal system will match up with our means of thinking about this. It is still processed as a relatively small crime. That’s wrong.

  2. We just took on in another rescue cat from the local shelter last week. I will never be able to understand how anyone could abandon or worse leave out a cat. A good deal of people suppose that cats can stand for themselves since they are predators. They are damn autonomous and solid little critters, but once a cat has been tamed it not only loses its power to live in the wild, but the person who took the cat in has a responsibility to care for it. It really saddens me to acknowledge that anyone could abandon a cat. That is why I attempt to aid as best I can by taking in rescue cats.

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