January 3, 2011 (El Cajon) -- Diane Johnson spent many years capturing peak action in the world of sports. She now concentrates on documenting the earth's wild places and creatures she cherishes, using photographer as a tool to express her love of nature. Silver Creek Fine Art Gallery & Custom Framing, 120 East Main St. in El Cajon, will host a showing of Johnson’s work on January 7th from 5-8 p.m. as part of downtown El Cajon’s “First Fridays” events.
A portion of the sales proceeds from Diane's photography will be donated to the El Cajon ACES Foundation and specifically to the Chloe Medical Emergency Fund. Chloe, a cocker spaniel, was the first animal to benefit from ACES fundraising efforts.
In 2007, Chloe was relinquished to the shelter by her owners because she was severely injured and they could not afford to care for her. ACES helped raise money to pay for the surgery and enable Chloe to be adopted ACES established the Chloe Medical Emergency Fund to help other animals in need of extraordinary medical care.