Shhhhh. It’s a silent auction.
The 15th Annual Out of the Woods Silent Art Auction, an Art Association favorite, takes place Friday, November 20th, 6-8 pm at the Center for the Arts Theater Lobby.
We don’t have Todd around, but we still have his “shhh!” A sort of an in-house ‘palates and palettes’ arts event, the evening promises a throng of art-lover clamoring for food, wine and….local art. Artists donate works, and the public bids on art of all kinds, via a silent auction. It’s loads of fun, and all proceeds raise money for the Art Association’s Educational Programming.
On your mark, get set…..start shopping! For information, contact Amy Fradley at 307.733.8792 or email [email protected]
Also at the Art Association – specifically upstairs in the Artspace Loft Gallery – check out “Little Cayman,” on display November 13 – December 31, 2009.
Drool and live vicariously through News & Guide grand dame Liz McCabe, who has been visiting Little Cayman. The exhibit is billed as a collection of visions of the south seas idyll by McCabe, Jon Stuart, Laura McWethy, Tom Montgomery and others.
If they need someone to carry their bags, they should give me a call. www.artassociation.org.
Item #2: Thal Glass
Glass blower Laurie Thal blows and fires her magic goblets, vases and vessels in her Teton Village Road studio. Every fall -or early winter, depending on how you experience November – she hosts a holiday open house, and this year’s holiday event takes place Saturday, November 21, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm. This is a free event, and a fun excursion for the whole family.
Thal will be there, giving demonstrations and answering questions–the studio is typically stocked with a variety of glass items, in a variety of sizes and price points and a veritable rainbow of colors.
Thal has not supplied a contact phone number, but click on her website–linked above–for more information and a good look at her wares.