Monday, October 21, 2013
Tampa Bay Children's Cancer Benefit
Join us for the inaugural Paintings for a Cause presented by DEX Imaging on
Tuesday, October 29, 2013, at the:
Belleair Country Club
1 Country Club Lane
Belleair, FL 33756-2098
Paintings for a Cause was created to honor the many children battling cancer in our community while showcasing the work of talented artists from the Tampa Bay area. The evening begins at 6:30PM with cocktails, heavy hors d’oeuvres, and live music. A calendar featuring 12 beautiful paintings will be unveiled and the original paintings will be auctioned off. Calendars will be available for purchase and all sponsors will receive complimentary calendars based on sponsorship level.
Judith's painting "Beach Glow" will be included in the calendar and auctioned during this benefit for
The Pediatric Cancer Foundation
More information can be found at www.fastercure.org.
5550 West Executive Drive Suite 300 Tampa, Florida 33609 813-269-0955
Thursday, October 18, 2007
Larry and I painted last month in the Massachusetts Horticultural Society's plein air event "Paint!" and are looking forward to going to the auction this Saturday night. Over 40 artists descended on the Horticultural Society's grounds at Elm Bank and the surrounding area on September 20th and 21st and most have donated 2 paintings each to be auctioned off this Saturday to benefit the Society's educational programs.
The paintings can be viewed at the Hunnewell Building at Elm Bank today, tomorrow and Saturday and will be auctioned this Saturday night October 20th.
The top two paintings (seen abave) are Larry's "Church at South Natick" and "Library at South Natick" and the bottom two are my "Tending Weezie's Garden" and "Charles River Coffee House" which will be in the auction on Saturday.
Monday, July 2, 2007
Yesterday, Larry and I went to the opening of Exhibition II at the North Shore Arts Association in Gloucester where this painting, "Surf Walkers" received the Beverly A. DeMont Memorial Award. It was a glorious day by the shore, the coolish dry Canadian air a relief after last weeks heat wave. The new show and the sculpture exhibit are well worth a visit.