With each chair is a silent auction sheet. So, if you would like to own a particular chair, please sign the sheet and enter a bidding price.
In mid-May, the chairs and bidding sheets will be moved to the Dorchester Center for the Arts where they will stay on exhibit and the bidding continues until Saturday, June 7.
We have created 6 beautiful hand-painted Adirondack Chairs and the bidding begins now!
Ultimately, they will be sold at Opening Night, Saturday, June 7, 2014. The event will be from 5 to 7:30 p.m. at the Dorchester Center for the Arts which will benefit from the proceeds. The event is free and open to the public.
Sunny and Chair is shown to the right. Designed and painted by talented Anne Allbeury-Hock, this spectacular chair is the centerpiece of our Opening Night silent auction. It is on exhibit at Bliss Jewelry, 501 Poplar Street, Cambridge.
The bidding for all 6 chairs will end and the winning bidders will be announced during this event.
These chairs have been sponsored by generous business and individuals. They are Hunt Insurance, Magnolia Grove, Joie de Vivre Gallery, Linda Roy Walls, Ann Geiger, and Kay Jones.
On June 7, from 5 to 7:30 p.m., Wednesday Morning Artists will stage Opening Night at the Dorchester Center for the Arts. This event is designed around Florally Inspired, the show for the month of June in the Main Gallery of the art center.
For more information, you can call the Dorchester Center for the Arts at 410.228.7782 or you can contact us by clicking on Contact Us above.
And here are the other spectacular chairs.......
Purple Passion by Lisa Krentel
on exhibit at Joie de Vivre Gallery, 410 Race Street, Cambridge
Poppin' Poppies by Jeanne Ewell
on exhibit at Jimmie & Sook's Raw Bar and Grill, 421 Race Street, Cambridge
Hop-in Garden by Ann Geiger and Kay Jones
on exhibit at Sunnyside Shop, 500 Poplar Street, Cambridge.
My Yard by Jack Gray and Dave Gibbons
on exhibit at Magnolia Grove, 447 Race Street, Cambridge
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Sakura (Cherry Blossoms) by Lisa Krentel
on exhibit at A Few of My Favorite Things, 414 Race Street, Cambridge