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April in The Gallery

Arts Guild Silent Auction Fundraiser

Sonoma Valley Students’ Small But Grand” Show and

Guild Members’  Show

Opening Reception NEW RECEPTION TIMES

Saturday, April 4th,  4 to 7 P.M.

~Local wine and refreshments will be served~

Free and Open to the public

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Yvonne Giambroni-Martin, Christine Gonzalves, Susan Heeringa-Pieper, Ellie Portner, Joan Shepherd and Jenny Whitfield.

From April through August we are having our silent auction fund-raiser with new original artwork presented each month. The work will have a value of over $300 with bids starting at $50 with an option to “buy it now”. If you’ve ever thought of becoming an art collector this is your opportunity to buy fine art by local professional artists while supporting the Arts Guild.

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“Small But Grand Works”

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The ‘Small but Grand Works’ exhibition is an important component in the Arts Guild of Sonoma’s effort to involve students in the creation of art.  Every year over one hundred 8″ x 10″ canvases are distributed to Sonoma Valley students who are invited to be creative in any medium they wish.  This program is funded by a grant from the Sonoma Plein Air Foundation.  The young artists set their own prices, and are thrilled when a member of the community chooses their original artwork for purchase.


April Members’ Show

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Recent Works By Featured Arts Guild Members

Sophie Acheson, Patricia Akay, Roberta Alexander, Barbara Aliza,
George Dawnay, Irene Guidici Ehret, Zaza Feterly, Yvonne Giambroni-Martin, Christine Gonzalves, Susan Heeringa-Pieper, Kirk Hinshaw, Carol Larson,
Jackie Lee, Nancy Martin, Brian Martinelli, Loran May, Helen Mehl,
Ruby Newman, Bev Prevost, Joan Shepherd, Lyn Swan,
Thena Trygstad and Jenny Whitfield
The April  shows will be on exhibit from April 2nd until April 27th.

 

The Opening Reception is free and open to the public.  Refreshments and local wines are served. We are looking forward to seeing you there. . . .