17th ANNUAL GEORGE BRAMHALL MEMORIAL ART EXHIBITION and SALE – November 23 & 24, 2013

Painting by Gale Shanks Scotch to be raffled at VIP Preview

Painting by Gale Shanks Scotch to be raffled at VIP Preview

The Fox Chase Cancer Center Board of Associates, Bucks County Chapter, presented the 17th Annual George Bramhall Memorial Art Exhibition and Sale, featuring  works by more than 25 of the region’s finest artists, November 23 and 24, at the Eagle Fire Hall, 46 No. Sugan Rd, New Hope, PA. This well-known event raises money for research at Fox Chase Cancer Center in Philadelphia.  40% of all art sales go directly to Fox Chase Cancer Center.  

At a VIP Preview on Saturday, November 23, 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., patrons were the first to meet the artists, preview, and purchase their works prior to the public event, on November 24.  The evening featured live music, cocktails and delicious catered hors d’oeuvres provided by leading Bucks County restaurants.  A beautiful painting of a canal scene by Gale Shanks Scotch was raffled.  

George Bramhall Memorial at Fox Chase Cancer Center
George Bramhall Memorial at Fox Chase Cancer Center

Sunday, November 24, 12 noon to 5 p.m. the Art Exhibition and Sale offered for sale artwork from the area’s premier artists. Admission and parking were free, and complimentary wine and light fare was served. More than 25 artworks, generously donated by the participating artists, were raffled.

The premier artists exhibiting include:  Sandy Askey-Adams, Robert Beck, Jourdan Blanche, Catherine ColsherNathan Di Stephano, Heather Doherty, Darcy Feralio, Tom Gass, Judith Langan, Ilya Lerner, Justin Long, Christopher McCall, Bryan Oliver, Beth PalserMargie PerryFred PlaceRon Prybycien, Bob RicheyGale Shanks Scotch, Rye Tippitt, Helena Van Emmerick-Finn and Steve Zazenski. 

The Board of Associates, Bucks County Chapter, gratefully acknowledges Event Sponsor Louis and Carol Della Penna; The Bucks County Herald as Media Sponsor; and Event Chairperson Patty Ogiony.

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