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"Ideal Power," by Shepard Fairey will be available in online art auction with Paddle8.

The Pelham Art Center's annual Studio Cafe fundraiser tonight, Saturday, November 3 at the Art Center includes a special sale of 25 art works, all made on 1x1’ wood panels, offered at $250 each.

VIP entry is at 6:00PM and General Admission is at 7:00PM.

This fundraising event brings together community to support art, education and free outreach programs with live music, performance art, live art demos, signature food from local restaurants, and hot music.

Tickets are $95 for general admission at 7pm and a VIP ticket with first view starting at 6:00PM costs $150. Buy tickets at http://www.pelhamartcenter.org/event/fall-studio-cafe-2018/

Co chaired by Amy Todd Middleton and Paula McKeever, the event host committee includies: Michelle Acosta, Christina Battalia, Aileen Dose, Katharine Dufault, Sing Duffy, Diane Essig, Charles Fazzino, Katy Garry, Orin Kurland, Vincent Perugini, Victoria Rolett, Alexi Rutsch-Brock, Liza Schaeffer, and KD Wilson. Executive Director Charlotte Mouquin describes this event as a “lively energetic evening with phenomenal artists, it is a house party for the Pelham Art Center. Home is where the art is - and here you can bring art home, physically and with the experience of being in an interactive art party environment.”

Over 50 artists are involved with this event.

The 25 works made on 1x1’ wood panels includes artists Cey Adams, Alexi Rutsch-Brock, Bob Clyatt, Dennis Redmoon Darkeem, Katharine Dufault, Kate Fauvell, Musa Hixson, Sara Jimenez, Satish Joshi, Anki King, Barry Mason, Christina Massey, Rick Midler, Michael Mut, Christina Nicodema, Arlene Rush, Isabelle Schneider, Scott Seabolt, Susan Sass, and more. These works go on sale for $250 during the VIP hour from 6:00-7:00PM so arrive early to get your first choice!

Artworks will be auctioned online via paddle8.com/auction/pelham-art-center  Works to be auctioned are by: Shepard Fairey, Patricia Fabricant, Charles Fazzino, Heather Fazzino, Frank Guida, Satish Joshi, David Kramer, Betty Tompkins, and more.

Studio Café will also be the preview of Collectibles, the work of 10 artists hand selected by Executive Director Charlotte Mouquin. All of the works in this exhibition will be priced under $2,500 by mid career and feature emerging artists including Cey Adams, Michael DeFeo, and Katy Gary to name a few.

There will be live art models being rendered by our key teaching artists at the Pelham Art Center such as Frank Guida, Donna Ross, and JC English.

Live music with exceptional jazz guitarist Dan Haedicke and vocals by Sarah Rayani begin the evening. This contemporary jazz duo combines classic jazz with a contemporary twist and covers some old school hip hop. Sarah Rayani uses sultry sounds of classic jazz and soul and makes it cooler. DJ Dick at Nite – aka Dick Burroughs the Brooklyn based Writer, DJ, Curator, and TV Personality will be spinning funky sounds to keep this party hopping.

This event is generously supported by Meridian Risk Management and The Cincinnati Insurance Company, in partnership with our annual sponsorship.

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