“Clear the Studio” Benefit Exhibition Charles David Viera

December 15 - December 21

After four decades of creating art – and in an effort to clear space in his studio – Charles David Viera has graciously donated over thirty artworks to the Arts Council of Princeton to offer to the public for sale.


These paintings and drawings will make a wonderful addition to your home or collection. Offered at greatly reduced prices, 100% of the proceeds will benefit the Arts Council of Princeton and their mission of building community through the arts. All works will be offered at $200 and under; all serious offers will be considered.


Viera’s CLEAR THE STUDIO benefit exhibition is the perfect opportunity to own an original work by one of the area’s leading artists and long-time instructor at ACP. For a preview of selected work, click here.

Join us for an Opening Reception on Saturday, December 15 from 12-4pm.

Flowers on the Bay, Oil on canvas

Two Horses
Acrylic on board

 

 

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