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Sacramento SPCA Art Fur Paws Online Auction Now Through 12/2

Listen; Evelyn Jensen, Co-Chair of the Art Fur Paws auction.

Get beautiful art and more at the Sacramento SPCA's 3rd Annual Art Fur Paws Online Benefit Auction and register to bid today!

Beginning November 18th, you can browse and bid on fine and decorative art, collectibles, jewelry, antiques, and unique one-of-a-kind pieces – just in time for the holidays, including a piece from the late Gregory Kondos.

This event has been made possible through donations from local artists, as well as supporters of the shelter.Thank you to our friends at Witherell’s for hosting this unique online event to benefit the animals.

Tracy Fairchild and Evelyn Jenkins, Chairs of the SPCA Art Fur Paws auction at Witheralls's.

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The 3rd Annual Art Fur Paws Online Auction to benefit the Sacramento SPCA.

The online auction items can be viewed at Witherell’s, 20th and C in Sacramento from November 18 to December 2, 2021. Now in its third year, this two-week auction will feature artwork by many of the region’s finest artists, as well as antiques, collectibles, and jewelry, all donated by Sacramento SPCA supporters.

One such piece is an original oil painting by the late Gregory Kondos titled “French Irises,” created by the artist while in France. One of Northern California’s best-known artists, Kondos exhibited this piece in a 2013 show at the Crocker Art Museum.

Watercolors, acrylics, mixed media, ceramics, sculptures, and handmade jewelry are among the many other artworks donated by artists including Terry Pappas, Jill Estroff, Leslie McCarron, Debra Kreck-Harnish, David Peterson, Elaine Bowers, Deladier Almeida, Jim Marxen, Cathryn Rakich, Barbara Dow, Leslie Toms, Joe and Paula Bellacera, Kathy Dana and others.

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As the only full-service 100% non-profit animal shelter in the Sacramento region, the Sacramento SPCA relies on donations from individuals, businesses, and foundations to support their life-saving work. They are local, independent, and do not receive funding from state or local government agencies.

About the Sacramento SPCA:

Founded in 1892, the Sacramento SPCA has been providing homeless animals with individual comfort, shelter, and love for more than 129 years. They provide compassionate medical care to tens of thousands of animals annually and offer a variety of programs and services designed to keep people and pets together for life.

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