Come connect with this artwork inspired by animals opening on June 21st, Alpine Art will be hosting a special event for art lovers and their pets. This year there will be a corner designated to the Angelman Syndrome Foundation, to raise awareness of this genetic disorder, donations welcomed. This art show aims to capture the joy and playfulness of our beloved pets and animals. We will be showing new and recurring artists for this year’s show which will also include subject matters related to wildlife, animal portraits, and the like! Bring your pets and enjoy an evening of art and hors d’oeuvres.
We are raising awareness and money for the Angelman Syndrome Foundation during gallery stroll on June 21st from 6pm-9pm. Angleman Syndrome is a rare neuro-genetic disorder that can occur in one in 15,000 live births. Some of the characteristics of Angelman syndrome includes developmental delay, lack of speech seizures, walking and balance disorders, according to the angelman.org the official website for the Angelman Syndrome Foundation.
At Alpine Art and Frames Gallery Stroll we will be featuring nine of the kids who have Angleman Syndrome in the state of Utah. There are over 50 people will Angelman Syndrome in the Beehive State. These are some of the happiest kids you will ever have the privilege to meet, they might not speak but they have a lot to say.