Thursday, May 24, 2012

RC Art Scene

Last month I participated in a fundraising art event for Roanoke College alumni. The event was held at Maryland Art Place.

Each guest received a stemless wine glass with the event logo that one of the artists designed.

The food was from Alexander's Tavern.

In true Roanoke fashion there was no skimping on the booze.


The gallery was filled with alumni artwork...






 It was great to see so many Roanoke faces...







I was thrilled to have sold three out of my five photographs and support such a great cause. One of my college roommates bought my favorite picture of a horse's muzzle.

Special thanks to the Baltimore Alumni Committee for organizing the event, the donors, artists and everyone that came out to support Roanoke College...this was definitely a change from the typical bar crawl/tailgating alumni events.

9 comments:

Belle on Heels said...

Congrats on selling pictures!! So neat. And I would LOVE to hear more details about this event. I'm an event planner for a University and I think an event like this would be fabulous!!

Southern Living: Preppy Style said...

I LOVE the photograph of the horse's muzzle. Would go fabulous with all my other horse decor in our formal living room. THat's where I have my Keeneland Paddock painting and my folk art horse carvings along with a few other items.

Anonymous said...

Who would have guessed that a Mr. Boh in oils would fetch hundreds of dollars! Awesome.

Sass and Precision said...

I am loving all the Mr. Boh artwork!

Kerr said...

I love the horse muzzle picture!

Ashley said...

I went to college in the new river valley also (VT) and i wish my alumni association would have more events like this. I love your horse nose photo!

Portuguese Prepster said...

looks like tons of fun!!

Dana said...

I've been waiting for your blog post on Art Scene! Thank you so much for participating and attending! We love our Federal Hill photog! Can't wait for RC ArtScene 2013!

Worthington said...

Oh I LOVE all of the Natty Bo ones. Those are great! Congratulations on selling 3/5 pieces, that is always thrilling.