Artists for Save The Bay Opens November 18
Monday, November 15, 2010
Artists have been inspired by Narragansett Bay for centuries, and now, more than 50 artists from Rhode Island and Massachusetts have donated works that reflect oceanic and maritime themes on behalf of Save The Bay. The exhibit (and sale of those pieces) kicks off this week.
"Artists for Save The Bay" celebrates with an opening reception this Thursday, November 18, from 5:30-7:30pm, with drinks and hors d'oeuvres, at the Save The Bay Center in Providence. The works are on view weekdays from 8:30am-4:30pm. Fifty percent of the proceeds benefit Save The Bay programs.
Participating artists include: Gail Armstrong, Dan Aubin, Marjorie Ball, Cindy Baron, Kyle Bartlett, Joseph Beckham, Margaret Bellucci, Richard Benjamin, Chad Borke, Diana Brennan, Mary Cappy, Cindy Daniels, Tom Deininger, Arnold Desmarais, Kelly Diaz, Michael Eudenbach, Jason Evans, Jody Eyre, Mohamad Farzan, Laura Fernandez, Mark Fernandez, Daniel Forster, Katherine Gendreau, Libby Manchester Gilpatric, Bonnie Gordon, Kathy Hodge, Shannon Kelley, Kathleen Kelly, John Lincourt, John MacGowan, John Martin, Stephanie Marzella, Craig Masten, Adam Mastoon, Carl Peter Mayer, Johanna McKenzie, Jonathan McPhillips, Carol Miller, Debbie Miller, Michael Miller, Dora Millikin, Elina Nanikova, Cynthia Whalen Nelson, Jessica Pisano, Mary Anne Sherman, Jonathan Small, Jeff Soderbergh, Katerina Stepanova, Peter C. Stone, Didi Suydam, Onne van der Wal, Pat Warwick, Kathy Weber, Carol Wontkowski, Amy Bartlett Wright, Donald Yeomans and Kenneth Zirkel.
Artists for Save The Bay, on exhibit at Save The Bay, 100 Save The Bay Dr, Providence. Exhibit runs Nov 18-Dec 28. Opening reception tickets $25. For more information, go here. http://www.savebay.org/Page.aspx?pid=870
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