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Art Show and Fundraiser in Celebration of Earth Month

Snow Peak X Forest For The Trees are presenting an art show and fundraiser for Earth Month. Our warehouse will be transformed to an art gallery and silent auction! The artworks will be focused on the natural environment and animals. We will silently auction off Snow Peak's Take! Chairs that are painted by three local artists, Molly Medonza, Megan Krzmarzick and Jeff Sheridan. A generous portion of the proceeds will be donated to Ecology In the Classrooms, a Portland based non-profit that connects children to nature.

Join us at our warehouse from 2-8pm to enjoy a DJ VNPT, amazing art, refreshments and light snacks. The bidding begins at 3pm and ends at 7:15pm. There will also be prints available for purchase.

Aaron Glasson Adam Friedman AJ Fosik Anthony Solano Blaine Fontana Celeste Byers David Rice Drew Merritt Faith47 Jeff Pfeil Jeff Sheridan Jennifer Parks Jeremy Nichols Jesse Hazelip Megan Krzmarzick Meredith Dittmar Molly Mendoza Ryan Bubnis Spencer Keeton Cunningham Yoskay Yamamoto

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Sunday, April 7, 2019 from 2:00pm to 8:00pm


Snow Peak and Forest for the Trees

Snow Peak is a Japanese outdoor lifestyle brand. We design and manufacture outdoor shelters, furniture, kitchens and cookware. Our outdoor products meet your needs in the backyard or the backcountry. Our designs focus on function and natural aesthetic. By simply experiencing the lifestyle of Snow Peak through our products and services, it's our intention that you can reconnect with the natural world.

Forest For The Trees is a Portland-based nonprofit public art project lead by Gage Hamilton and Matt Wagner. Forest For The Trees brings local and international artists together in collaborative settings and provide resources and creative freedom to create lasting works that are publicly accessible to Portland. By improving the visual landscape of the city with quality artwork, and providing ongoing opportunities for the artistic community, we can continually grow the presence of the arts in Portland.