Spring Mountain Art Show launches monthlong online silent auction

From a press release:

Spring Mountain Art Show launches monthlong online silent auction

The Center for Cultural Preservation’s SPRING MOUNTAIN ART SHOW has just launched its month-long online silent auction featuring some of the best local artists and nature photographers this side of the Blue Ridge Mountains.  Some of the award-winning artists featured at the art show to benefit the Center and ECO, the Environmental Conservation Organization include Cynthia Wilson, Costanza Knight, Marsha Hammel, Rob Travis, David Voorhees and many more.  To view and bid on the art as well as get information about the upcoming live art reception can be found on the Center for Cultural Preservation’s website: www.saveculture.org

The show’s live opening, to be held on Saturday, May 31st at 7PM, includes a reception with the artists, wine, cheese, locally baked goods as well as live music.  Attendees will get the chance to “schmooze with the artists” and enjoy the grand re-opening of artist Heidi Mayfield’s Hi-Art Studios located at 415 Wall Street (behind 4th and Main Street).  According to Mayfield, “I am very pleased to support the work of the Center that is doing outstanding work to keep alive the culture and heritage of the mountains.  This art show and reception is a great chance for folks to see my work and my new studio but also to appreciate the richness of our local artists and photographers who are second to none.”

For more information about the Spring Mountain Art Show whose online silent auction has already begun, log onto the Center’s website at saveculture.org to see the art and make a bid or call the Center at (828) 692-8062.

The closing reception, featuring music and refreshments, will be held on Saturday, May 31st at 7PM at Hi-Art Studios, 415 Wall Street in downtown Hendersonville.


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