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50 + Artists Donating and Still Counting

This Sunday afternoon is the BIG DAY for the Art Auction Fundraiser at the Train Depot in Downtown Morehead City to benefit the  Peace Corp and Haitian Relief Fund. I’m absolutely BLOWN AWAY with all the fantastic art I’ve had donated by almost 50 local, regional and nationally renown artists.  I am in the process of creating a data base with all the donated art and coming up with minimum bids for each piece.  Whatever doesn’t sell I plan on continuing with a Silent Auction all next week at the Student Union of Carteret Community College.

My Art Gallery is Overflowing with Donated Art

The following artists have donated paintings, photographs, prints, drawings, ceramics, baskets and jewelry.

Nancy Gorr, Sally Anger, Jon Derby, Vera Heroux, Craig Gurganus, Karen Baggott, Jerry Heiser, Cathy Crowell, Glenn Gage,  Pat Bland, Cheryl Burke, Karen Hattman,Wes Whitt, Penny Hooper, Buddy Cooper, Jason Smith, Andei Keough, Karyn Drum, Ann Ehringhaus, Jackie Leebrick, Daniel Kariko, Joe Liles. Bryant Holsenbeck, Meg Forward, Jolene McCann, Carolyn Hoss, Sharon Mills, Nancy Toothman, Scott Taylor, Ross Rogers  Michael Rhinehardt, Mark Taylor, Lela McClanahan, Patricia Hayes, Adam Jacono, Roberto Muffoletto, Chalice Mills, Mirium Sutton, Rebecca Kronenburg, Sandi Malone, Jenifer Crowell, Rachel Croom, Derek Bechman, Jeremy Millard, Scott Vakos, Dave Africa, Billy Childress. Susan Pelletier and Brett McNiell. Johnny Dennis, Bessie Wells, Stan and Winkie Fontaine, Margaret N. Harker, Alison Brooks, Scott Haines, Patrick Keough…..

PLEASE COME OUT THIS SUNDAY STARTING AT 3:30PM AND BUY AT LEAST ONE WORK OF ART TO HELP THESE WORTHY CAUSES.  PRICES WILL BE VERY REASONABLE FOR SUCH EXCELLENT WORKS OF ART.

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This entry was posted on March 26, 2010 by in ArT, Keough Journal and tagged , , .
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