Join us Saturday, March 3

 

AT THE SENIOR SERVICES CENTER, 2895 SHOREFAIR DRIVE, W-S

 

“Will Paint for Food”

Join us on Saturday, March 3, between 10AM and 4PM to buy art and help seniors!  The eighth annual Art Show and Sale Benefiting Meals-on-Wheels gives you an opportunity to purchase wonderful original artwork to brighten your home or office AND provide food for homebound seniors in our community at risk for malnutrition.


Participating artists are donating a generous portion of their sales to provide nutritious meals for the homebound elderly through our Meals-on-Wheels program.  Additional funds are contributed by corporate sponsors and individual patrons.  Last year’s show and sale raised enough money to provide more than 17,000 meals for our community’s older adults, and this year we would like to make even more of an impact on senior hunger in our area.

Returning as our Presenting Corporate Sponsor is Wells Fargo, which will be joined by Presenting Individual Sponsor Adrienne Amos Livengood in memory of her mother, Virginia Dean Amos.  Lead Community Sponsor for 2018 is Arbor Acres.  Honorary co-chairs for the event are Peggy Taylor and Suzanne Taylor Ramm, a mother-daughter team dedicating their roles in this year’s event to the memory of  husband and father John A. Taylor.  Peggy, a local painter and longtime contributor, will be participating in the show again this year.  Also returning are founding artists Dell James and Bonnie Dempster, who created the fundraiser in 2010.

This show will be a treat for the eyes and is free and open to the public.  All are welcome!

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The show will feature a wide variety of art at affordable prices, including oils, acrylics, pastels, pottery, baskets, wood carvings and jewelry.  Prices range anywhere from $10 to $500.  There will be something that suits every taste and every budget, and all of the art is original and locally created.

Making This Special Event Possible:
The Participating Artists for 2018

THANK YOU!

Peggy Adelman     Lucy Armfield     Karen Bass     Marian Bell     Lynette Bettini     Tony Bledsoe
Bruce Bradford     Joanna Britt    Carole Bryant     Melrose Buchanan     Terri Burke    Missy Butler
Rebeccah Byer     Sandra Cieszewski     Ginnie Conaway     Joyce Corns     Harriet Couture
Barbara Cullen     Arlene Daniel     Bonnie Dempster    Cecilia T. Myrick Farrell     Carol Fitzgerald
Andrea Freeman     Bill Gramley     Sharon Grubbs     Sharon Hamilton     Sharon Hardin
Carolyn Hatchell     Carl Hein     Dell James     Nancy Janeway     Leslie Karpinski
Betty Kjelson     Lea Lackey-Zachmann     Laura Lashley     Sunsuk Lee     Barbara Lister-Sink
Marsha Thrift Marion     Mitsuyo McNeil     Robyn Mixon     Gail Morris     Seth Moskowitz
Jennifer Nichols     Patty Pape     Cheryl Powell     Gail Roberts     Mike Smith     Jude Stevens
Charlie Stott     George Sudermann     Chris Sutherland     Patricia Taylor     Peggy Taylor
Annie Van Every     Carol Willis     Debra Wishon     Mona Wu     Jeanette Yarbrough     Jim Yarbrough

Artist Charlie Stott encourages everyone to attend this event:

“Come on to the show and sale. You don’t have to buy a thing. Just come and look around. Enjoy some time immersed in the hustle and bustle of other people enjoying art, just for the sake of enjoying art. It’s a fun event. Come, try it on for size.”

If you follow Charlie’s advice, we think it’s a sure thing that you’ll find something you absolutely HAVE to take home with you, though . . . maybe as an addition to your home or maybe as a gift for a friend.  There’s something for everyone!

Charlie Stott

WE ALSO THANK OUR ART SHOW & SALE SPONSORS FOR 2018!

(Click on their logos to visit their web pages.)

 

PRESENTING CORPORATE SPONSOR

PRESENTING INDIVIDUAL SPONSOR

 

Adrienne Amos Livengood
in memory of Virginia Dean Amos

LEAD COMMUNITY SPONSOR

CORPORATE PARTNERS

 

 

 

 

CORPORATE FRIENDS



 

 

LEAD PATRONS

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ogburn, Sr.

AND CORPORATE ASSOCIATES

Modern Automotive

Salem Investment Counselors

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