Visual Arts Program
 


Wednesday, July 25, 2012 at 7:00 p.m.

$5

Mid-Summer Night's Draw: Live Drawing Rally and Silent Auction

Asbury Hall at Babeville

Doors open at 7 pm.
Drawing begins promptly at 7:15

Join us in Asbury Hall at Babeville in beautiful downtown Buffalo for Hallwalls’ twice annual live drawing rally event. Initiated in February 2012, the Drawing Rally event allows audience members to watch their art being drawn in two intense 45 minute drawing sessions, followed by a silent auction where these same works can be purchased. All participating artists have kindly donated their time and the resulting drawing, in order that Hallwalls can apply a low opening bid to each work and encourage some affordable art purchases. In line with our thirty-eighth year of operations, opening bids for all works will begin at $38.

Participating artists will include:

Bruce Adams Rita Argen Auerbach
Mary Begley Marie-Claire Bozant
Joel Brenden Kyle Butler
Scott Bye Jax Deluca
Fotini Galanes Kate Gaudy
Goda Dana Hatchett
Tom Holt Ani Hoover
Richard Huntington Mark Lavatelli
Elizabeth Leader Candace Masters
Gerald Mead Anne Muntges
Jan Nagle Esther Neisen
OGRE Alicia Paolucci
Nancy J. Parisi Sam Sacco
Tara Sasiadek Dana Saylor
Gary Sczerbaniewicz   Shasti O'Leary Soudant
Chuck Tingley Rich Tomasello
Al Volo Kurt Von Voetsch
Adam Weekley Sara Zak


Admission is $5.
Cash bar.
Music by DJ Arson Daily.


 
 
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