nature-inspired art show and sale
Thursday, March 21, 2019 5 pm – 7 pm
painting mixed-media photography assemblage sculpture jewelry glass fiber
Agave by artist Leah Feldon, Wild Arts Festival 2017
Frida y Amigos Quilt
“Angel” Bronze Sculpture
Celebrating Nature as a Work of Art
A Benefit for Audubon de Mexico’s Ninos y Naturaleza Program
The Wild Art Festival is an incredible evening of art, music, tapas and libations set within a beautiful garden environment, featuring…
50 SMALL WORKS At the Festival you will find nature inspired small works of original art created and donated by talented local artists. Each artist has taken on the challenge of creating their work using a 10″x10 base that was provided to them.
The works will be exhibited and sold at silent auction. Each piece is exhibited anonymously, with the identity of the artist being revealed only after the work is purchased.
5 GARDEN/INDOOR BENCHES Wooden benches, perfect for an indoor or outdoor setting, crafted by students of our local school for the deaf, and embellished by five talented artists will be offered by silent auction.
WHIMSICAL WALKING STICKS Hand-carved walking sticks, painted and adorned by students and teachers in our Ninos y Naturaleza program, will be on sale for 500 pesos.
FRIDA & AMIGOS QUILT Custom, handmade quilt by the SMA Quilters, made from Mexican-inspired fabric from Abrazos/San Miguel Designs. Perfect for a lovely wall hanging or cozy cover. All fabrics are 100% cotton. Size: 60.5” x 68” (154 cm x173 cm) Offered by silent auction.
ANGEL SCULPTURE This tranquil angel was created by noted sculptor Anne Marie Slipper, who passed away in 2018. Limited bronze edition sculpture (#2 of 24), signed and numbered by the artist. 16″ high. Offered by silent auction.
DATE: Thursday, March 21, 2019
LOCATION: Instituto Allende Escuela de Arte y Espanol
Ancha de San Antonio 22
TIME: 5 pm – 7 pm
250 pesos General Public
200 pesos Audubon members
Your entrance donation includes a complimentary drink, tapas, music and a raffle ticket for one 10x10 original artwork.
Purchase of art work can be made by cash, check or credit card.
We have an exciting roster of talented artists participating in the 2019 Wild Arts Festival who have generously donated their talent in support of our Ninos y Naturaleza program.
Oscar Aguirre Ri Anderson Elisa Ayala Kathleen Cammarata
Marilo Carral Ian Carter Joshua Castro Margarita Chacon Bache
Jane Dill Susan Dorf Rhoda Draws Karen Lee Dunn Ingalora Dwyer
Kim Etherington-Reid Marcela Evans Juan Ezcurdia Kim Fairbanks
Leah Feldon Frank Gardner Shara Harel Leigh Hayes
Thomas Humphrey Leslie Kate Christa Klinckwort Iliana Lanuza
Alberto Lenz David Leonardo Heidi Levasseur Marti McGinnis
Lynn Miller Mario Mizrahi Matt Naughton Sandra Palma de Ruiz
Hope Palmer Angelina Pérez Ibargüen Katya Rice Marisa Ross
Adrian Ross Susan Santiago Jose Luis Santillana Montoya
Carol Schifman Steve Stratton Bo Sweeny Suzy Taylor Ana Thiel
Barb Valverde Lane Van Doren Mila Villasana Nancy Voris
Linda Whynman Sandi Wong Erik Zavala
Niños y Naturaleza is a unique place-based program developed by Audubon de México that takes public school children on a journey of discovering the world of nature through the eyes of a bird – traveling the pathways of wonder, curiosity, empathy and empowerment. Read More>>
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