Blossom Artist Series: Jeremy Dyer (MFA ’07)

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Opening: Thursday November 18, 2010

Cafe Blossom – 466 Columbus Ave (Between 82nd & 83rd St)

Press Release:

At Cafe Blossom we have opened our hearts and our wall space to
showcase local vegan artists whose work and goals are consistent with
our animal-rights-oriented stance. Through these exhibitions we hope
to raise financial support and increase awareness for various
animal-related, non-profit organizations and the urgently important
objectives they are bringing to your table. 25% of the proceeds from
the sale of each piece in The Blossom Artist Series will be directly
donated to one of these organizations.

Our first exhibition in the series is with Brooklyn-based artist and
vegan activist Jeremy Dyer. The opening reception will be held on
Thursday, November 18th from 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM. 25% of the proceeds
from the exhibition will be donated to Social Tees Animal Rescue
( www.animalrescuenyc.org). Cafe Blossom will donate 5% of all
restaurant sales occurring on November 18th directly to Social Tees
Animal Rescue. We hope to see you there!

Social Tees Animal Rescue (S.T.A.R.) is a non-profit, strictly no-kill
501c3 organization that takes abandoned animals from various local
kill shelters and provides them with a safe haven and veterinary care
until they are placed in a proper home. S.T.A.R. rescues,
rehabilitates and places over 3000 animals into loving homes every
year.

Jeremy Dyer was born in Tucson, Arizona. He received his BFA degree
the University of Arizona and his MFA from Parsons School for Design
in New York City. Since 2000, his work has been exhibited nationally
and internationally. He lives and works in Brooklyn.

http://jeremydyer.net
http://www.blossomnyc.com
http://animalrescuenyc.org

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