All That Art Exhibition/Auction Event

Chaney Gallery, 2nd floor
All That Art Juried Artists:
Mark Aruta
c.l. bigelow

 

Terri Borges
Lisa BurgerLentz
Rick Casali
Ruth Connell
Shelia Delaquil
Don Dement
Edie Dillon
Patrice Drago
James Earl
Joanette Egeli
Lorraine Ellerson
Richard Foa
Melissa Gryder
Douglas Hanewinckel
Gail Higginbotham
Channing Houston
Viki Keating
Gayla Lee
Fern Loos Beu
Nancy McCarra
Rufus Norman
Larry Ringgold
Doris Ross
Desiree Holmes Scherini
Wilford Scott
Thackray Seznec
Lida Stifel
Merla Tootle
Linda Trope
Shannon Troxler
Andree Tullier
Erika Walsh
Roxanne Weidele
Rob Wood
Patricia Worsham
William C. Wright
 
All That Art Invited Artists:
Karin Abromaitis
Sasha Blanton
Joe Dickey
Charles E. Emery
Kevin Fitzgerald
Joanne Graham
Nancy Hammond
Ebby Malmgren
Claire McArdle
Jill Tanenbaum
Marion E. Warren
Mindy Weisel
Elliott Zuckerman

The 9th annual All That Art auction and fundraising event is Friday, March 7, from 6-9 pm. Tickets are selling fast for this event so purchase yours today. The event features 51 pieces of artwork for sale in both live and silent auctions with proceeds from the auctions split evenly between Maryland Hall and the artists.  You can view all the work for sale and can purchase selected works before the March 7th auction at the "buy it now" price noted on the catalog detail pages. Each year more works are sold in advance of the auction event so if see a piece you like, buy it today. It may not be available tomorrow.

An exhibit of all the art is on display in the galleries through March 7. Gallery hours are Monday through Saturday, 9 am to 5 pm.

Tickets are only available at the door; limited seating is now available.  Tickets are ($75/person) to All That Art on March 7.

Click here to view the online catalog of artwork to be auctioned.  Please note that items in the silent auction are available at the "Buy It Now Prices" as noted in the on-line catalog.  

Click here to download a copy of the All That Art invitation and response form.  

Would you like to support All That Art but can't attend the event? Consider making a proxy bid for one or more pieces of art.  Click here to download a proxy bid sheet. 

All That Art begins at 6 pm in the galleries and includes heavy hors d'oeuvres, wine, champagne and entertainment. Guests will be able to view the work and bid on approximately half of the artwork in the silent auction from 6-7:30 pm that evening. The live auction of the remaining works will take place downstairs in our elegantly-decorated community gathering space from 7:30-9 pm. Winning bidders will take their artwork home at the end of the evening.

Maryland Hall is delighted to partner with two other charities on this event: Hospice of the Chesapeake and Lighthouse Shelter. Art buyers who want to support the artists and Maryland Hall but perhaps don't have the space for art in their homes, can purchase artwork and donate it to Hospice of the Chesapeake or Lighthouse Shelter. Both organizations would welcome artwork for their public spaces and art donors receive a tax deduction for the retail value of the work donated.

 

Thanks to our All That Art Sponsors (to date):

 

 

 

      

                            Roundz Catering

Brenda and Tom Anderson

Meg and Steve Anderson

Amelia Crain

Anna E. Greenberg

Mary and George Torggler

Joyce and Grant Tschudy

Click here for Corporate Sponsor Information.

Click here for Individual Sponsor Information.

All That Art began in 2006 and since then has grown into Maryland Hall's second largest fundraising event thanks to the generosity and support of individual art patrons, collectors and local businesses that support the event through sponsorship support, donations and art purchases.  Proceeds from the sale of the art is split evenly between the artists and Maryland Hall.  In addition to sales, the event provides artists with recognition and visibility to new audiences.

All That Art benefits Maryland Hall's visual arts program, which mounts countless exhibitions throughout the year, providing additional exposure to artists.  The event also support Maryland Hall's outreach activities that ensure students of all backgrounds have access to the arts.