FACE Foundation – Artists for Animals
Auction Ends: Nov 30, 2011 10:59 PM PST

For Your Pet

Large Dog Feeding Station by Danny Salzhandler

Item Number
136
Opening Bid
$75 USD

Item Description

One of our most unique pieces, Encinitas artist Danny Salzhandler, has created a 1/2 feeding stand 1/2 sculpture! (As a welding artist, we would expect nothing less.) Entitled "Wavy Train" Danny's stand captures the essence of beach living with both the painted and sculptured waves! 

Item Special Note

This stand is a unique one-of-a-kind piece of art! Because all stands and artwork have been sealed, they can easily be wiped down with a damp towel for easy cleaning.  It is recommended that all stands be used indoors as a precaution against the elements.

Each stand comes with two stainless steel water and food bowls (2 quart for large dog stands, 1 pint for small dog/cat stands).

Approximate dimensions (all dimensions are approximations): 

  • Large Dog Feeding Stations:  Height  11”, Width  24”, Depth  12” 
  • Small Dog or Cat Feeding stations:  Height 5”, Width 18”, Depth  9”

Purchased stands may be picked up from the FACE Foundation office or shipped to buyers (shipping costs will apply).

Artist Information:

www.biosculptures.com

Danny Salzhandler is a sculptor and welder living in Cardiff, CA and specializes in “Biosculptures.” Among many projects, he sculpted a humongous buffalo up in Orange County. You can see more of his amazing work on his website. Danny proudly served his country in the 1970’s, and almost a decade ago, along with the late Bob Nanninga, founded The Full Moon Poets. Danny was president of the 101 Artists Colony for many years, and spearheaded the “Arts Alive” banner project started in 1999. Whether it was on E Street, at the abandoned buildings left behind at Nofufi; or at the Cabo Grill on the La Costa borderline; wherever Danny is, that is where the heart of Encinitas’ 101 Artist’s Colony is. Danny says he is never happier than when playing his harmonica on stage with the Asylum Street Spankers.

Donated By:

Danny Salzhandler