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Alameda Women Artists Exhibit at the Alameda Museum Aug 4 to Sept 1

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Alameda Women Artists celebrate art in our community by presenting their 19th Annual Exhibit & Silent Auction at the Alameda Historical Museum  - August 4th to Sept 1st, 2012
Showcasing unique aesthetic and conceptual expressions in such media as Painting, Encaustic, Sculpture, Clay Monotype, Photography, Collage, and Mixed Media

Opening Reception: Saturday August 4th, 1–3 pm, hosted by AWA.
AWA Member Wendy Lee Gadzuk will be performing a semi-acoustic set of her soulful bluesy rock at 2pm
Come meet the artists, learn about their techniques and inspirations, and begin bidding on the Silent Auction art.

As part of the show, fostering Alameda’s rich heritage in the arts, AWA present their 19th annual Silent Auction.
Each piece in the Auction is created for and donated to this event by the member artists.
Auction proceeds will benefit the AWA Student Art Awards Program supporting art education on the Island of Alameda.
Come celebrate this philanthropy and possibly take home a winning piece.
               
Closing Reception: Saturday September 1st, 1 -3 pm, hosted by AWA.
This event includes a members’ Sales Boutique and the closing of the Silent Auction at 2:15pm, when auction winners take home their new pieces. 

Free to the Public
The Museum is located at 2324 Alameda Avenue, Alameda CA
Hours: Wed-Fri 1:30-4pm, Sat 11-4pm, Sun 1:30-4pm, 510-521-1233

Alameda Women Artists is an organization dedicated to  fellowship among artists, artistic and personal growth, and professional exhibition and sales. Membership consists of both professional and emerging artists.
http://alamedawomenartists.org

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