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March 12, 2013

With less than a month to go, this year’s signature fundraiser promises to be Station Gallery’s best. This year marks the twentieth anniversary of Drawing for Art.

Yesterday evening I had a pleasure of documenting the submitted artworks along with photographer Leif Petersen, who kindly volunteered his expertise and time. At the end of the evening we counted over a hundred pieces ranging from paintings, prints, sculptures and drawings. Pictured below is my drawing inspired by the classic 60’s French movie, Lola. Heather and Bob at Imagine That Framing are the real pros of presentation. The white frame is absolutely exquisite.

With only 100 tickets available, they’re the hottest in town. We’ve sold 60% as of today–and that’s in advance of any selections preview! Having seen the works yesterday, this year’s artistic calibre is outstanding! You’ll see what I mean in a few days…

Stay tuned to the on-line preview this Friday.

"Pick Up" charcoal on paper drawing for this year's DFA.

“Pick Up” charcoal on paper drawing for this year’s DFA.