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'Art for Animals' helmet auction to benefit Monterey SPCA

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When the the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) for Monterey County teamed up with Mazda Motorsports in 2007, it led to many things. Donations large and small. Adoptions by racers and race fans. And many new friends in the extended motorsports family. Now, several motorsports artists have teamed up to create unique works of art that will be auctioned off to benefit the SPCA for Monterey County. SPARCO donated the helmets, and the artists donated their talents, so all proceeds from the auction will go directly to help the animals.


About the Artists:


Chris Galligan is a California native whose style has won over collectors, interior designers, retail chains and pet lovers worldwide with art featured on TV, magazines, and movies. Meet Chris.


Patrick McDonnell is the award-winning artist behind the popular and beloved MUTTS comic strip. Earl and Mooch have been featured on past Mazda race cars.


Bill Patterson is the resident artist for Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca. His artwork has graced the covers of Mazda Raceway programs for years.


Truman Pollard retired from Mazda North American Operations as a senior designer and now teaches at the Art Institute of California at Orange County.

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