If you happen to be in Santa Fe, New Mexico this coming Friday, check out The 12 Dogs of Christmas — Europe Traditions in Canine Portraiture — a collaborative show between KSG Fine Arts and the Santa Fe Shelter and Human Society.  It’s a brilliant way to decorate your home and help animals in need. Twenty percent of the proceeds of all sales go to the shelter.

Portraits of different breeds — going back to the late 19th Century — will be displayed, as well as panels of the same dog, painted by different European artists through the ages. Highlights include a French Bulldog with a silver patina and a bronze Chihuahua.

The 12 Dogs of Christmas — Europe Traditions in Canine Portraiture. Opens Friday, 5- 7 pm, KSG Fine Art Gallery, 66 E. San Francisco St, December 29th through January 7, 2023.  



Subaru of Santa Fe, 7511 Cerrillos Road, has teamed up with the Santa Fe Animal Shelter & Humane Society to present the annual Share the Love adoption event from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday and Saturday, with all animals $1 to adopt. All pets are spayed or neutered, microchipped, and vaccinated.


For more information, visit SFHumaneSociety.org.


Source: Santa Fe New Mexican


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