An original work of locally produced fine art for 100 bucks? Sounds pretty cool, and it’s a benefit for the not-for-profit Gallery @ Rhinebeck. Here’s how it works: Purchase your $100 ticket to participate in the drawing this Saturday evening, May 12, which includes admission for you and a guest. Receive a number at the door. Preview all the artwork during the social hour from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. (or online at https://galleryrhinebeck.org/100for100-preview prior to the event) and make your list of preferences.
Beginning at 6:30, numbers will be drawn at random. When your number is called, you choose the artwork that you would like to take home out of what is available.
Artists donating works this year include Joyce Arons-Beymer, Mary Belliveau, Barbara Bergin, Sean Bowen, Jen Bulay, Tom Cale, Tatyana Chaar, Richard Chianella, Marie Cole, Charles Cornelis, Pat D’Antonio, Larry Decker, Maxine Davidowitz, Elizabeth DiPalma, Suzi K. Edwards, Kari Feuer, Tarryl Gabel, Emilie Garman, Dan Goldman, Chris Gonyea, Jeff Greenberg, Brian Hamill, Paul Hamilton, Rosemary Hanson, Ginny Howsam-Freidman, Betsy Jacaruso, Vera Kaplan, Pat Kelly-Jacobson, Evelyn LaStella, Elliot Landy, Nansi Lent, Barbara Tepper-Levy, Norm Magnussun, Judy Malstrom, Rona Maynard, Dan McCormack, Drew Miller, Ann Moring, Krista Morris, Joyce Nicol, Franc Palaia, Linnea Pergola, Lisa Pinto, Linda Puiatti, Daisy de Puthod, John G. Ernst, Nadine Robbins, Jody Schoenfeld, Gerald Seligman, Harvey Silver, Marcia Slatkin, Ken Tannenbaum, Bianca Terranova, Lucas Terranova, Alix Hallman Travis, Francoise Ursat-Antevil, Karl Volk and Lisa Winika.
To purchase your ticket, send a check for $100 payable to Gallery@Rhinebeck to 47 East Market Street, Rhinebeck NY 12572, or pay online at https://galleryrhinebeck-100for100.eventbrite.com. The event takes place at the Parish Hall of the Church of the Messiah in Rhinebeck. For more info, contact the gallery at email@example.com or (845) 876-5095.