Art exhibition to help homeless pets - Tucson News Now

Art exhibition to help homeless pets

Source: HSSA Source: HSSA
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) - The Humane Society of Southern Arizona is teaming up with Mexican artist Teresa Loza for a solo exhibition to help homeless pets.

Loza will donate 10 percent of every painting in “Matter of Souls, Not Bodies” to the Society.

An opening reception takes place from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, July 3 at the Ward 6 Exhibition space, 3202 E First Street. The gallery is comprised of a variety of art works that embodies a series of interpretations of the human face. There will be blank number of art pieces at the exhibit. The entire exhibit will be on display until August 1. 

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