Friday, April 29, 2011

"Pale Fuji,36 Views of Mt Fuji #37," from The Japan Animal Rescue Project, an auction held in a small gallery in Eureka, CA to help Japan animal rescue efforts after the earthquake.

The auction was an amazing experience of artists and buyers wanting to help. We raised $6000 to donate, a huge amount considering small town, small hallway of a gallery. As a self-employed artist I've never had much to give- I was unprepared for how wonderful it felt to be able to donate so much money. I started thinking what else I can do.

So, I thought to set up a blog to sell cards and paintings, with a portion of the sales going to the Save the Tiger Fund and Sequoia Humane Society to start with. I don't know what we can pull in, but anything would help. 

Rachel Schlueter "Wood Duck" from The Japan Animal Rescue Project.
10x10 oil on canvas
original sold
available as card
Learn more about Rachel's wonderful paintings at


Regina Case
"Tiger," 2011
 7 1/2 x 14 1/4 acrylic on canvas
$200 of this purchase will go to the Save the Tiger Fund

20 years ago at the start of my career as an artist I did a series of tiger paintings. Tiger populations are in such a precarious position now. I can't imagine the world without them. They can be helped. I want to be part of it.

Learn more about the Save the Tiger Fund
to learn more about my work,