Art to Benefit the Gulf Restoration Network

Art to Benefit the Gulf Restoration Network

Sarah Rainwater
Jun 30, 2010

Art blogger Meighan O'Toole realized she could do more than just feel outraged by the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico and set out to help by organizing a fundraiser, selling art and limited edition prints that were generously donated by the network of amazing artists that she covers on her blog, My Love For You is a Stampede of Horses.

Untitled by Chad Chesko, ink & acrylic on arches 100% cotton watercolor paper, $150

The work will be on sale for one week only, ending on July 5th, and many of the pieces have sold out already. Get them while the getting is good and put your dollars toward a good cause while you're at it — 100% of the proceeds will be donated to the Gulf Restoration Network. Visit My Love For You's Shop to see the artwork that is still available and go to My Love For You is a Stampede of Horses to read more about the fundraiser.

To find more art that raises money to help with the oil spill disaster, check out Help the Gulf Coast, posted on Apartment Therapy San Francisco.

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