Chadds Ford Elementary Announces Dates for 67th Annual Art Sale & Show
Popular regional art show exhibits over 70 artists
Chadds Ford Elementary welcomes over 70 local and regional professional artists from the Brandywine Valley and beyond at the 67th Annual Art Sale & Show on March 11-12, 2016. Artists display and sell their art in an array of mediums to satisfy every taste and budget. The show’s Featured Artist is Helena Van Emmerik-Finn, an award winning artist who creates beautiful pastels influenced while traveling abroad and locally. The Donating Artist is Mary Styer Holton. She is a self-taught artist inspired by impressionistic techniques.
This year’s 67th annual show also welcomes special Artisan guests from around the area to its show on March 12th. Artisan goods include hand crafted jewelry, wooden items, glass and much more.
67th Annual Chadds Ford Art Sale & Show
When: Friday, March 11th, 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. – Complimentary Reception & Sale (Adults Only)
Saturday, March 12th, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. – Exhibit & Sale (Children Welcome)
Guests: Artisan Showcase on Saturday, March 12th from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Events: Free guided Art Tours of the art collection at Chadds Ford Elementary
Where: Chadds Ford Elementary School
3 Baltimore Pike
Chadds Ford, PA 19317
What: Regional Art Sale & Show – artists display and sell artwork
Admission: Free – open to the public.
Details: 30% of all purchases are tax deductible. All proceeds support educational enrichment programs at Chadds Ford Elementary School. http://cfes.ucfsd.org/artshow
Contact: Art Show Publicity Chair, Kathleen Vasko. email@example.com 484-947-9160.
About the Chadds Ford Annual Art Sale & Show
Betsy Wyeth, wife of the late Andrew Wyeth, started the Chadds Ford Annual Art Sale & Show in 1949 and continued her involvement in the show while her son Jamie Wyeth was a student at Chadds Ford Elementary. The annual sale continues to serve as the school’s largest fundraiser, providing funding support for school programs. Chadds Ford Elementary was founded in the early 1900s and received the National Blue Ribbon in Excellence Award in 2008.