Lion Heart Art Show Raised Over $3,000 for Athletes in Need – Thank YOU!
Thank you Lion Heart Art Show Artists and Attendees!
With your help, Riverside Studios was able to raise over $3,000 in the 9th Annual Lion Heart Art Show. These funds will be distributed to Athlete’s recovering at the CR Johnson Healing Center in Truckee, CA. The facility would have never been created without CR and Roy Tuscany’s vision of creating a low occupancy facility supporting individuals that are recovering from life-altering injuries. The High Fives Foundation is honored to continue to support CR’s legacy annually at the Lion Heart Art Show and daily at the CR Johnson Healing Center.
While all of the artwork in the Lion Heart Art Show was amazing, one stood out to the viewers.
This year’s Viewers Choice went to Jim Harris for his amazing wood cut of Squaw Valley’s infamous Tram Face.
Jim Harris sustained a spinal cord injury in a ski accident in Patagonia, Chile in 2014. Friends and family instantly reached out to the High Fives Foundation and since his injury the organization has supported him. The High Fives Foundation is honored to call Jim Harris a High Fives Family Member.
Please visit his website for more information on his artwork: http://gorgeousstorm.com/
All purchased artwork is available for pickup at Riverside Studios in downtown Truckee, and thank you all again for your participation in this years show!