Alexander Salazar Fine Art Gallery

Thank you to Alexander Salazar of the Alexander Salazar Fine Art Gallery for CONTINUED SUPPORT!

We will be honoring Alexander at the next “Taking Care of Business Awards” in November!

Alex and his Gallery are one of our favorite sponsors – not only by opening to the gallery for events, but always coming up with marvelous ways to support the community and our charity!

From the Amazing Opening to the Auction at the Lucky 7 Party at the Playboy Mansion to the Easel Art Fair…San Diego is so happy to have CULTURE and ART DOWNTOWN!

Thank you also for hosting the Toussaint Academy Students for their Evening of Art with Tania Alcala.  WE LOVE YOU!

Here is a review from the Opening Weekend…

“THANK YOU ALEX!  WE LOVE YOU! What an amazing weekend at the Grand Opening of the Alexander Salazar Fine Art Gallery in Downtown San Diego!  Both Friday and Saturday night,  March 26 and 27, 2010, hundreds of guests walked the red carpet and marveled over the fanastic art, sculptures and fashion !  Delicious appetizers were provided as well as spirits were flowing!

THANK YOU ALEXANDER for the $500 Donation!! ” – Angela Brannon, Executive Director of It’s All About the Kids

Alexander is so generous that he is donating 15%  of art purchased to our charity~  and not only for just the opening!

From now on..when It’s All About the Kids supporters purchase exquisite art from the Gallery and mention our charity, 15% will be donated!

Check out the photos from the Opening! CLICK HERE!

Thank you to our sponsors:

Gente Bien   *   Lions Wines    *     Artesa Vineyards & Winery  *   Twitter

San Diego Fine Art Society  *  The Field (Authentic Irish Pub and Restaurant San Diego)

*  Ice Tropez  *  Vin De Syrah  *   Honest (Be Real. Get Honest)   *   Fit

*   Hispanic Chamber Of Commerce  *   Fred’s Mexican Café  *  Edtini Designs

*  Trumer Pilsner Beer  *  *   Fortaliza (Tequila)  *   Dining Out

*   DeMedici Restaurant

For more information and to view fabulous art, please go to or stop in the Gallery on the corner of 7th and Broadway!  Thank you Alex!