Two Rivers Printmaking Studio will hold their annual silent auction fundraiser party December 5, from 6 – 8pm during the monthly White River Junction First Friday event. Artwork of all kinds will be available for bidding or to buy outright.
Auction items may be previewed Thursday and Friday from 10am – 5pm, with final bidding starting at 6pm. There will also be holiday refreshments and live music.
Two Rivers Printmaking is located on the first floor of the Tip Top Media Building at 85 North Main St. in White River Junction, VT. For more information, call the studio at 802-295-5901 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For our gallery we will be featuring art work from some of the Center for cartoon Studies’ brightest students, and (in case you missed out on buying one of her colorful paintings before) in our second room we are extending Cecily Herzig’s “Lemurs Will Follow You Home.”
This gallery will be shown from March 21st to May 29th, 2014. The reception will be on first Friday, May 2nd, 2014 from 5:00 to 7:00 PM.
[templatic_msg_box type=”info”] For information on the Center for Cartoon Studies visit their website at CartoonStudies.org.[/templatic_msg_box]
Our Salon Series will feature folk/country singing from Jim Rooney, with music by Pat Alger. It’s going to be a blast, so be sure not to miss it!
[templatic_msg_box type=”info”] If you’re not convinced, take a look at the Jim and Pat’s biography, listing their accomplishments throughout their award winning careers. Jim Rooney Biography, Pat Alger Biography[/templatic_msg_box]
If you decide to make this a night on the town, and we are sure that you will, don’t forget to treat yourself by booking a room with us! Call (802) 295-3118 or use our direct booking engine.
It’s First Friday and we’re really excited about the current exhibit in the Zollikofer Gallery here at the Hotel Coolidge!
“Lemurs Will Follow You Home” is a collection of fun and fanciful paintings by Cecily Herzig. Her small acrylic paintings depict lemurs, birds, and pottos simply with bold strokes. Meanwhile her large watercolor paintings are complex and full of characters and cryptic messages to discover and interpret.
Come by the Hotel Coolidge tonight between 5:00pm and 7:00pm for the Opening Reception and Gallery Talk with Cecily Herzig herself! This exhibit will be on display until January 15th, so come take a look!