Art for Animals – Online Auction Fundraiser

AUCTION IS LIVE!  Now is your chance to nab your very own Aimée Rolin Hoover art piece while supporting animals in need!  World Vets (501c3 nonprofit) and artist Aimée Rolin Hoover have partnered to create a unique online auction fundraising experience. The auction will be held on 10/03/19 through 10/18/19.  Save the date and don’t miss this amazing opportunity!  All proceeds go to World Vets – International Aid for Animals.

HOW TO PARTICIPATE:  Click “Bid here” to get started! The website page you are currently viewing will act as the auction’s landing page.  Auction runs until 10/18/19 at midnight PDT.

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FEATURED ITEM: Original Aimée Rolin Hoover – “Harbor Seal”painting (pictured below).  20×20 Acrylic on canvas.

harbor seal 24 x 24 by aimee hoover

FEATURED ARTIST:  Aimée is a skilled contemporary wildlife painter who has combined her love of art and animals successfully as a professional artist. Originally from Philadelphia, PA, Aimée currently lives and works in Los Angeles, California.  If you’d like to learn more about Aimée and her work, please visit aimeehoover.com 

“My hope is that my work ultimately offers the viewer a chance to sense that direct connection to the animal. And—in a larger sense—that my paintings might serve as reminder of the incredible diversity of our animal kingdom, and our interconnection with all creatures, big and small.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ABOUT WORLD VETS: World Vets is an international veterinary aid organization based in Gig Harbor, Washington. With programs in over 45 countries on six continents, World Vets works to bring veterinary services to underserved areas of the world by providing direct veterinary care to animals, disaster response services for major international disasters, veterinary training and education programs and long-term capacity building that improves the lives of animals, people and the communities in which they live. Our programs benefit a wide variety of animals on a global scale, including companion animals, working horses, livestock, wildlife and street dogs.

In the Pacific Northwest, World Vets work focuses on improving the health and welfare of marine wildlife by responding to injured or stranded marine mammals, and working to advance scientific knowledge and understanding to help protect and conserve the regions critical marine ecosystems. World Vets recognizes the importance of the One Health concept in which health of humans, animals and their ecosystems are inextricably linked.  Our programs help not only animals, but also people and the communities in which they live.

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Auction questions? Contact us at info@worldvets.org or Toll Free 1-877-688-8387.