One of my favorite art non-profits, Philip J. Steele Arts Education Foundation, will be hosting an ArtBash silent art auction this Friday to raise money for art scholarships.
I have been busy in my studio creating new watercolor inspired techniques with my Sakura Koi watercolor markers and paints. I made this piece of art especially for the Steele Foundation’s fundraiser. It is called “Just Peaceful” you can participate in the bidding online or on Friday at ArtHaus, but if you want to snatch it up now, go to eBay. All the proceeds go to helping talented and deserving art students who need assistance in paying for school. I have been blessed to know a few of them personally that happen to be in my illustration classes at Rocky Mountain College of Art & Design. The winning students tend to be top notch artists with great attitudes, caring for others and creating art that is meaningful. We need more of that in the world!
You are cordially invited to attend the
7th Annual ArtBash!
Reception and Silent Auction to Benefit Colorado Visual Art Students
Friday, May 3, 2013, 7-10 PM
ArtHaus, 3343 Larimer Street in Denver’s RiNo Arts District
This special exhibition highlights works from a diverse group of local, national, and international artists. Please join us on Friday, May 3 to celebrate, meet the artists, reconnect with friends, meet our scholarship recipients, and bid on some amazing works ofART!
Creating Educational Opportunities in the Visual Arts
The foundation offers educational opportunities in the arts to students in Colorado helping them realize their dreams. For more information about the Foundation, the ArtBash, our scholarship recipients, or to apply for a scholarship visit our website