Keystone art show benefits community |

Keystone art show benefits community


KEYSTONE – The classic art show, dubbed the Mountain Art Gathering, returns for its eighth year July 28-30 to the Park Lane Pavilion in River Run at Keystone. The event, which benefits The Summit Foundation, is highlighted with a Friday night gala dinner and live auction.Featured artists representing several mediums include B.J. Briner, Daryl Howard, Doyle Goebel and Curtis Nazworth, G. Phil Poirier, Doug Ricketts, Michael Ome Untiedt, Adrienne Adams, Amy Evans, Mel Fain, John Hudnut, Danny Meisinger, Lori and Ben Mensch, Todd Powell, Lisa Rivard, Julio Sanchez de Alba, Jean Selvy-Wyss and Richard Silver. A group of artists first gathered in 1997 to put on an art show in Texas to benefit the Drippings Springs Community Library Building Fund and these artists continue the tradition of supporting communities. For each artists’ work for sale during the Mountain Art Gathering – 20 percent will go to The Summit Foundation and during Friday night’s live auction 100 percent will go to the foundation.During the three-day art show there will be complimentary art activities for children, live music and food and beverages available for sale.For tickets to the Friday night gala, call The Summit Foundation at (970) 453-5970 or look under the events bar at A limited number of tickets will be available to the public.Mountain Art GatheringWhat: Art show benefiting The Summit FoundationWhen: Friday, July 28 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.; and Sunday from noon to 4 p.m.Where: Park Lane Pavilion in River Run at KeystoneCost: Free to the public

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