In Solidarity Exhibition

Pink Dog Gallery
348 Depot Street, Asheville

In Solidarity, an exhibition by Pink Dog Creative artists and associated friends, seeks to speak to the violence, fear and grief caused by centuries of injustice to Black people and to celebrate the many contributions made by people of African descent to the culture of this country and the world. In Solidarity is now on view in the Pink Dog Gallery, 348 Depot Street, as well as online.

Up to 100% from the sale of art from this exhibition will go to the following charities whose mission is justice and equity, Black Lives MatterBeLoved, and the Equal Justice Initiative. Pink Dog Creative will match all donations from sales from this exhibition. As of this date, sales from In Solidarity have raised $12,170 for charities.

See the exhibition online at this link.

Additional Juneteenth happenings 2021 at Pink Dog Creative:

•Aaron Hill will create an original portrait of Nina Simone to be raffled off at the end of day on Juneteenth, Saturday June 19th. Raffle tickets for the original will be available the month before the celebration. 100% of the money raised will be donated to Southside Community Gardens. In addition to the raffle, a print of the portrait will be available for free to any BIPOC coming through the studio June 18-20. Visit @4aronhill on Instagram for more details closer to the event.

•For the month of June, Andrea Kulish / Studio A will donate 5% of all sales to Black Lives Matter.

M4BL Fundraiser: Sarah Faulkner–American Heartbreak

Sarah Faulkner‘s “American Heartbreak” painting is for sale for $180, 12″ x 12″ x 1.5″ original beeswax and acrylic
painting, reproductions available. All proceeds from the sale of this painting and reproductions, there after, will be donated
to M4BL. Contact Sarah to purchase or for more information.