Mostly Maquettes Art Sale Benefits Beacon 3D

"Shipping Viola" by Judy Sigunick

Work by over 30 artists at Theo Ganz Studio

Theo Ganz Studio will host the first-ever benefit for Beacon 3D, an annual outdoor sculpture trail along Main Street in Beacon. Mostly Maquettes runs on weekends from Aug. 7 through 16, with a preview and opening Aug. 7 from 4 to 8 p.m.

"Shipping Viola" by Judy Sigunick

“Shipping Viola” by Judy Sigunick

Now in its third year, Beacon 3D in 2015 features the work of 20 sculptors at 15 locations up and down Main. For this special benefit exhibition, over 30 artists have selected works from their studios or created brand new pieces; 50 percent of the sale goes to the artist and 50 percent goes to benefit Beacon 3D, a project of BeaconArts, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. The art will include small sculptures, paintings, photography, drawings and prints and will range in price from $60 to $1,500.

"Together" by Ed Benavente

“Together” by Ed Benavente

Those who cannot attend the exhibition or do not have room for more art in their collections but would still like to make a contribution to the project may send a check in any amount payable to BeaconArts with Beacon3D on the memo line to Eleni Smolen, Beacon 3D, c/o 4 DeWindt St., Beacon, NY 12508.

For more information on Beacon 3D, visit beacon3d.org.

Photo courtesy of Beacon 3D


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