Monday, March 28, 2011

Adopt an Artist 18th Annual Art and More Auction!


LEbg is proud to be a continueing contributor to the Adopt an Artist Art and More Charity Auction for Fairview Middle School. This year's event will be held Friday, April 1st, 2011 at The Lake Shore Country Club. Admission is Free with doors opening at 6:30pm to preview auction items and art. There is a cash bar with light appetizers, and a silent auction. The live auction will open with a live performance of speed painting to music at 7:00 p.m.




Lake Erie Beach Glass is donating a unique, handmade, genuine beach glass necklace and earrings set made by owner Jodie Pastor. This set features a beautiful and OLD piece of beach glass that has embedded seaweed and air bubbles. It has been mounted in a sterling silver prong set with matching handmade, textured, and antiqued links.
Come and support your local artists and the Fairview School District's Arts program, while enjoying an evening of artistic sights and sounds!



9 comments:

Vintage aka Vinty said...

A beautiful and original piece. Stunning!

Moxie & Oliver said...

Beautiful work Jodie! I hope the auction goes well!

Lisl Armstrong said...

Beautiful as always Jodie. I love everything you do and it is such a pleasure to watch your work evolve:)

EastCoastSeaGlass said...

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suegray said...

wow! someone will be a very lucky winner!
what a beautiful collection of seaglass jewelry you've created and donated!

MB said...

Jodie, those are amazing pieces! Your metalsmithing is top notch!

Robert said...

Very creative and original! You definitely leave a piece of yourself on every piece you make. Definitely the mark of a great artist!

zJayne said...

Stunning and surely will be an heirloom set to the lucky auction winner.

Beautiful~

lunasea said...

Beautiful Jodie- who says there are no new ways to show off a great piece of seaglass-looks like you've found one! So original and quite inspiring- thanks for sharing.