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So Shave Dallas was a success. We had such a great turn out for our first event and even manged to exceed our goal! I can’t throw a big enough thank you out there to everyone who made it all possible, but I’m gonna try.
First off, thank you to everyone that came out to the benefit and made a donation. It’s because of you that we made our goal.
Thank you to all of our raffle prize sponsors and artists (Christi Nielsen, Kevin Todora, Nate Glaspie, Brent Ozeta, Willie Baronet and Ruben Nieto) that donated work for the auction. All of your contributions helped to make Shave what it is.
Thank you to Mystic Kathryn and Eric for your palm reading. You kept one heck of a line going all night.
Thank you to all of the volunteers that came and helped. We couldn’t have run the event without all of you.
Thank you to Mark Ramsey and the rest of the crew at Masterpiece of Hollywood for the loan of the Barber Chair. The shaving of the heads wouldn’t have gone as smoothly w/out it.
Thank you to the crew from Abbey Road Salon. It was due to your generous time and effort that we had so many bald heads, mine included. LOL
Thank you to the Bomb Factory Post Production House, and especially Katherine Walker for hooking me up with the location. I owe you big-time girl. =)
Thank you to Kern Brouillard for taking care of the audio. You saved us big-time homie.
And last, but not least, my biggest thanks goes out to my support team, and soon to be Board of Directors: Adam Lotia, Amelia Clark and Shelby Cunningham. You three have been helping and keeping me on track since the beginning. Couldn’t have done it without you. Thank you so much.
From here on out, we’re only going to grow and continue our fight against cancer. I hope that all of you will continue to stay with us on this journey.Continue Reading »
Bids will start low, so bring your money and grab up some great art! 100% of the money made from the art auction will go to the American Cancer Society.
Time Marches On
Lambda print face-mounted to plexi
(sorry for the glare on the glass!)
Mixed Media: spray paint, paper