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Deck the Walls! at the Lyme Art Association

I'm so happy and so I wanted to share it with you! The three sculptures I entered into the upcoming exhibition of the Society of CT Sculptors were selected by the juror. Here is the information about the show:

Exhibition & Sale of works by LAA Artists, newly Elected Artists along with the juried annual exhibition of The Society of Connecticut Sculptors

Opening Reception: Friday, December 12, 5 - 7 pm
Once again, 10% of proceeds from the opening night will be donated by the LAA to
The Shoreline Soup Kitchen & Pantries.

P.S.: every Sunday the Lyme Art Association offers fresh coffee and goodies to nibble while you view the gallery. Stop by and see the exhibitions!!!

90 Lyme Street, P. O. Box 222,
Old Lyme, Connecticut 06371
Phone: 860-434-7802

Gallery Hours:
Tuesday through Saturday, 10-5, Sundays, 1-5
Closed Mondays

This exhibition will be on display from December 12, 2008 through January 10, 2009

P.S.: I tried uploading the images of the selected sculptures for you to see them, but my computer was very slow, so I'll try again tomorrow.


Friends of Pam and David

To all of you that followed this event, here is the update...

Comments from Carol Brightman Johnson, posted on her blog:

Thank you to all the artists and collectors who made the Friends of Pam and David a great success. Your generosity and good wishes did a lot! The show raised approximately $4,000. We don't have a final accounting yet, but that was pretty amazing, especially on short notice.

There were over 120 works of art at the Vanilla Bean, after the early bird sale, where the walls normally display from 30 to 50 pieces. What a testament to how well-liked and respected Pam and David are. The sheer number of artists who cared enough to donate something moved them deeply. Pam and David were surprised to find that so many of us think about them, and will continue to keep them in our minds and prayers. In some ways, the moral support is more important than money."


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