The Art of Celebrating


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Trees, Lights and Symbols of the Season

From November 14th – December 14th, 2018 the Museum will exhibit artful winter trees, wreaths, and other holiday-themed items created and decorated by volunteer artists. These pieces take a traditional holiday focal point to an entirely different level.  All pieces will be raffled off to benefit Museum art classes and exhibitions. 

The Art of Celebrating will be shown as a virtual exhibition during November.  See below for images. We will be selling raffle tickets for these items during the virtual exhibition.  Call 508-222-2644 x10 or email office@attleboroartsmuseum.org to purchase your tickets today.

In December, all pieces will be on view in the Museum’s Community Gallery.  You may purchase tickets in person or call 508-222-2644 x10 or email office@attleboroartsmuseum.org

Raffle Pricing

  • One ticket for $1; seven tickets for $5; twenty tickets for $10
  • Winners will be selected at 4pm on December 14th, 2018
  • Ticket holders do not need to be present to win

 

 

(Left) Chickadee Platter by Christina Beecher. Oil on metal. (Right) Winter Blue by Christina Beecher. Oil on metal.

(Left) Peace Wreath by Amy Rhilinger. Fabric. (Right) A Trio of Trees by Abby Rovaldi. Wood, nails and embroidery floss.

(Left) Vermont by Mim Brooks Fawcett, Acrylic and pretend trees. (Right) Winter Farm by Carol Wontkowski. Photograph on aluminum.

(Left) Evergreen Tree by David Laferriere. Laser-cut acrylic (ribbon is a suggested decoration, winner can add their favorite tinsel). (Right) Standing Tall by Abby Rovaldi. Faux board & paint swatches.

(Left) Frosty by Renée Harding. Seed pods & wood balls. (Right) Woodland Elf by Kerry St.Pierre. Polymer clay, fabric & vines.

Cookie Scape: Tranquility by Nancy R. Todaro. Christmas cookies & royal icing (This is an edible scene. Winner keeps serving dish).

(Left) Snowflake Party by Margo Lemieux. Paper lanterns – LED lights included. (Right) Snow Angel by Mari-Ann Suvari. Shadow box with mixed media (lights up).

(Left) Christmas Mood by Tatiana Roulin. Pastel. (Right) Holiday Candlesticks by Christina Beecher. Oil on wood.

 

Sizes in photos do not reflect actual dimensions. 

 

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Participating Artists

  • Christina Beecher
  • Mim Brooks Fawcett
  • Renee Harding
  • Dave Laferierre
  • Margo Lemieux
  • Amy Rhilinger
  • Abby Rovaldi
  • Tatiana Roulin
  • Kerry St.Pierre
  • Mari-Ann Suvari
  • Nancy Todaro
  • Carol Wontkowski

 

 

 

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Raffle Pricing

  • One ticket for $1; seven tickets for $5; twenty tickets for $10
  • Winners will be selected at 4pm on December 14th, 2018
  • Ticket holders do not need to be present to win.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Benefit Art Auction – RESULTS


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Thank you to all those who participated in the Attleboro Arts Museum’s 27th Benefit Art Auction!  We sincerely appreciate the wonderful support from artists, collectors, sponsors, volunteers and Museum patrons.

View Auction results.

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Left the auction early, or bid online or absentee, and are not sure if you were the top bidder?  

 
We’ll be getting in touch with all winning bidders that were not at the event by Friday, November 9th.
 
All raffle winners that were not at the event will also be notified by Friday, November 9th. 

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The Attleboro Arts Museum extends its sincere appreciation to all of our Benefit Art Auction sponsors:

 

Headline Sponsors: City Spirits; Mansfield Bank; Rockland Trust; Russell Morin Catering & Events; Sensata Technologies Foundation; The Sun Chronicle.

Partner Sponsors: Bristol County Savings Bank; Castro, Thresher & Oliveira, PC; Collins, Smith & O’Connor, LLP. 

Friend Sponsors: Bliss Bros. Dairy; RSM; Willow Tree Farm.

 

Auctioneer Chris Barber of Skinner, Inc. leads the Attleboro Arts Museum’s 2018 Benefit Art Auction. Photo by Ken Salome.

 

 

 

 

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