World Renowned Artists Come Together For Sixth Annual SEA NO EVIL Art Show & Silent Auction To Benefit the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society.
The Sea No Evil Art Show will host the art world’s top talent with works on display for silent auction. Captain Paul Watson, founder of Sea Shepherd Conservation Society,
and Captain Peter Hammarstedt to deliver special speeches and appearances by crew members of Animal Planet’s Whale Wars.
Exhibiting artists include: Gary Baseman, Jeff Soto, Shepard Fairey, Lola, Ana Bagayan, Tim Biskup, Christopher Ryniak, Amy Sol, Cathie Bleck, Dave Kinsey, Tara McPherson, Travis Louie, Korin Faught, Steven Daily, Brandi Milne, Neko, Renee Lawter, Tomi Monstre, Emilio Santoyo, Roland Tamayo, Chivo, Hydro74, Saratoga Sake, Kristin Tercek, Christopher Umana, Jessica Hess, Ron Ulicny, Serge Gay Jr., Sam Wolf Connelly, Jeremiah Ketner, Laurie McClave, Ania Tomicka, LV Ruiz, Ablert Montoya, June Leeloo, Jim Mazza, Jenne Colby, Camden Noir, Kat Brunnegraff, Lou Pimentel, Christopher Uminga and Matthew Fletcher.
Captain Paul Watson, founder of Sea Shepherd Conservation Society and Captain Peter Hammarstedt to deliver speeches with special appearances by crew members of Animal Planet’s Whale Wars
Music by DJ Tim Biskup
Riverside Municipal Auditorium
3485 Mission Inn Ave.
Riverside, CA 92501-3304
Saturday, June 30, 2012
Entry: $10.00 donation
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