Thirteen Squared 8×8 Fundraiser – St. Louis Artists Guild

Post on :March 18th, 2017 | Posted By: Kim Carr | Category: Posted in Newsletters

8 x 8 Fundraiser
Please submit your work to join the THIRTEEN SQUARED artists in this year's 8 x 8 fundraiser in support of the St. Louis Artists' Guild. 

Each piece of art will be displayed in a wall-hung exhibit. Work should be 8" x 8", measurements does not need to include the frame. Only wall-work, please no pedestal work. Work must be ready to hang.
The exhibit will include donated work in all media: paintings, drawings, collages, jewelry, photography, fabric, clay, etc.
On April 8th the fun begins with the exhibit preview from 5:30 pm to 6:50 pm.
At 7 pm, everyone in attendance will gather in the center of the room. When the whistle blows, attendees will select the work they have chosen to purchase, remove it from the wall, pay for it, and take it home! Each piece is $50.00.
Please email ruthyart@sbcglobal.net to submit your work.
ALL PROCEEDS GO TO ST. LOUIS ARTISTS' GUILD
Work can be dropped off at:
ST. LOUIS ARTISTS' GUILD
12 JACKSON AVE 63105
BETWEEN MARCH 25th AND APRIL 1st
Or you can make arrangements with your THIRTEEN SQUARED liaison.
Please fill out an index card with your name, the title of your piece, the medium, and attach it to the back of work. Names of all the artist donors will be displayed on a banner during the sale.
Thank you for donating. We sincerely appreciate it.
THIRTEEN SQUARED members
THIRTEEN SQUARED is a group of 13 diverse St. Louis women artists who collaborate to support the visual arts in greater St. Louis. The collaborative has been together for six years, creating original theme art shown at various venues and exhibitions. Camaraderie plays its part, but the group finds special joy in helping advance the cause of local grassroots non-profit visual arts organizations. Thirteen Squared's reward comes from the process, the creating, and the giving. All members approach their art with deep-rooted ideas, influences, and commitments. It is their hope that viewers will look again and see the familiar in new ways, and help sustain the visual arts.

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