Pinot to Picasso Tombola Preview

May 9 - May 15

 

The Pinot to Picasso Tombola Preview showcases the Tombola artwork for the Arts Council’s signature art and wine spring fundraiser, Pinot to Picasso. The Tombola preview includes 75 works of original artwork donated by local artists, on view at the Arts Council’s Pop-Up Studio at the Princeton Shopping Center (next to Metropolis Salon & Spa).

 

Gallery Hours:

Wednesday, 5/9: 10am-5pm
Thursday, 5/10, Opening Reception: 6-8pm
Friday, 5/11: 2-5pm
Saturday, 5/12: 12-4pm
Sunday, 5/13: closed
Monday, 5/14: 5-8pm
Tuesday, 5/15: 12-4pm

 

Opening Reception:
Thursday, May 10  | 6pm

 

 

Le Joie de Vivre la Nuit, Charles Plohn

Fall Colors, Debra Pisacreta

Singing in the Tops of the Trees (M. Oliver), Madelaine Shellaby

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All That You Leave Behind

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The Periodic Table of Elements

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The Concussion Diaries

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