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March 2015

BunnyMania arrives in Los Angeles: Hop to it!

There are not one, but two chances to see some wonderful Bunny Art in Downtown Los Angeles.

First, on Friday, March 27, from 6-9 pm, please come to the opening reception of a group exhibit featuring Bunny Art at the Chung King Studio from 6-9 pm.

Folk art black rabbit hand painted on metal
Shego the Rabbit by Dilip Niroj

The address and hours for this 3-day only exhibit are as follows:

CHUNGKING STUDIO
975 Chung King Rd. 
Los Angeles CA 90012
 
Friday, March 27th 6 to 9 pm
Saturday, March 28th 6 to 9 pm
Sunday, March 29th 1 to 4 pm
Folk art Black Rabbit hand painted on metal in Nepal
Shego the Black Rabbit by Megh Raj Thapa
 
In case you miss the first exhibit, there is a continuation at the Wilding Cran Gallery.   Info below:
 
BunnyMania part 2:
Opening Reception:  Saturday April 4, 2015  6-9pm 
 
DOWNTOWN
WILDING CRAN GALLERY
939 South Santa Fe Ave, Unit B
Los Angeles, CA 90021
 
Exhibit runs April 4th-18th, 2015
Gallery hours:   Thur: 11 to 4pm, Fri: 11 to 4pm, Sat: 12 to 7pm
 
BunnyMania is a multi-artist, rabbit themed exhibit benefitting the National Museum of Animals and Society and is curated by Peter Frank and Delia Cabral.

The Bunny wing of the Nepal Art Dogs is grateful to be included in this wonderful exhibit that not only supports the Museum of Animals and Society, but also Bunny awareness and adoption, surely a great combination.

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If you would like your own pet -- Bunny, Dog, Cat, Horse, Chicken, Parrot, etc., I leave soon for Nepal for the 17th Danger Dog trip.   I am accepting orders through June 1, 2015.

You can order your very own pet hand painted on metal in Nepal, resulting in 3 portraits by 3 different sign painter artists from the Himalayas.  

I promise to make it fun for you and your family.   Your pet's portrait will be featured on the Danger Dog Blog!

Please go to NepalDog.com for how to order and information on my upcoming trips to Nepal in 2015.