Local artist hosts exclusive exhibition

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Local artist hosts exclusive exhibition 1
JENNY ANNE MORRISON: Generous Jenny will donate 20 per cent of all sales of her works to APAC Photo credit jennyannemorrison.com

L’om Bar & Restaurant on calle Ramon y Cajal in Pego will play host to an exhibition next week as local artist Jenny Anne Morrison presents her works.

Inspired by the gift of the camera, Jenny has travelled the world and seized the opportunity to interpret on canvas vibrant flamenco dancers, ballerinas, horses, landscapes, seascapes, sunsets, skies, people, places, feelings, faces; and indeed, anything that has captured her eye and imagination.

She commutes between Spain, Canada and London, and has a global list of clients who love her colourful collection.

Jenny’s main objective as an artist is to inspire hope, to lift the spirit, to elevate the soul and to give inner peace, joy and happiness.

The Grand Opening will be held this Saturday November 4 from 7.00pm. Tickets are priced at €5 and include tapas and a glass of wine.

A charity luncheon will be held at the restaurant on Friday November 10 where Jenny will auction one of her paintings with the total proceeds going to APAC. Tickets are priced at €15 and entertainment will be provided by Tony.

For tickets, get in touch with Jenny – 694 412 409 / info@jennyannemorrison.com.

Jenny will also generously donate 20 per cent of all sales of her works to APAC.

APAC is a Spanish horse charity, set up to defend and protect horses and offer them a second chance through adoption.

Based in La Xara – run entirely by volunteers and funded solely by donations – APAC saves horses from poor living conditions and distress, an issue ever more prevalent throughout Spain due to the economic crisis.

The horses APAC rescues are:

  • Older horses who need to retire from working in riding schools – with bad legs and having served their purpose, they are no longer needed by the school.
  • Horses whose owners have fallen on hard times and cannot provide the food and care needed.
  • Many horses who are neglected, left in stalls on private land to starve to death, unseen by the public.

APAC aims to rehabilitate the horses, easing them into a new life of relaxation, freedom of a paddock and lots of food.

For more information contact apacprotectora@gmail.com.

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