Saturday, October 1, 2011

PRESS RELEASE: A Benefit for Vermont Flood Relief at Art's Alive Gallery at Main Street Landing’s Union Station in Burlington

Art's Alive & NVAA (Northern Vermont Artist Association) Present

Art for October:
A Benefit for Vermont Flood Relief

At Art's Alive Gallery at Main Street Landing’s Union Station, 1 Main St Burlington. This Exhibition Is Free and Open to the Public. Regular Gallery Hours Mon-Fri 10am -4pm/

Artist's Reception First Friday October 7, 5-8pm

This exhibition features 2d and 3d works of art by members of the Northern Vermont Artist Association. There will be an Artist's Reception during the First Friday Artwalk October 7, in the gallery from 5-8pm. This reception will feature light refreshments, music by Patrick Fitzsimmons and a Silent Auction of donated pieces by NVAA members to benefit Vermont Flood Relief. Pieces may be bid on during the reception and collected at 8pm. (Cash or check only)

The Northern Vermont Artist Association was established in 1931 to help artists network with their fellow artists, and find opportunities to exhibit their work.

Art's Alive is a 501(c)3 non -profit organization dedicated to increasing awareness and appreciation of Vermont visual artists. For More Information Regarding this Exhibition and Benefit Please Contact: Alex Dostie 802.310.3211 or Dick Brunelle 802.864.0989

Image: Watercolor by Dick Brunelle