Mastro’s of Palm Desert and Nolet’s Silver Dry Gin & Ketel partner with art gallery to benefit Free Arts for Abused Children
PALM DESERT, CA – Dawson Cole Fine Art, a well-established fine art gallery with locations in Carmel and Laguna Beach opens a brand new location on El Paseo. Significant contributors to the event include Mastro’s of Palm Desert as caterers and Nolet Spirits USA donating the Silver Dry Gin & Ketel open bar throughout the evening festivities. Guests will be dazzled with a fascinating Cirque du Soleil inspired act by acrobatic dancers in a live performance that evening. In addition, world-renowned artist and sculptor Richard MacDonald will be in attendance to unveil his newest release from the Cirque du Soleil Collection. This collaborative extravaganza will take place on Saturday, February 23, 2013 from 5 pm to 9 pm at the new gallery and will feature workds by MacDonald along with Modern luminaries such as Chagall, Matisse, Picasso, Rembrandt and Toulouse-Lautrec. The main event will be followed by a champagne Meet & Greet with Richard MacDonald on Sunday, February 24th from noon to 3 pm.
A portion of the proceeds from sales will benefit Free Arts for Abused Children, an organization supported by Dawson Cole Fine Art and Richard MacDonald. For more than 30 years, Free Arts programs inspired hope in the lives of children who have experienced neglect, poverty, homelessness, and abuse. The program reaches more children every year, transforming their lives through inspiration and the power of artistic expression.
ABOUT DAWSON COLE FINE ART
Originally established in 1993, Dawson Cole Fine Art specialized in Contemporary and Modern sculpture, drawings, prints, and unique works on paper by American and European Masters. With a special concentration in Contemporary, Early Modern and West Coast Regionalism, the gallery offers works by Richard MacDonald, Chuck Close, Paul Gauguin, Tom Betts, Nancy Bush, Jim Lamb, Donald Sultan, Henri Matisse, Henry Moore, Pablo Picasso, James Galindo, and Jian Wang. http://www.dawsoncolefineart.com/
ABOUT FREE ARTS FOR ABUSED CHILDREN
Free Arts for Abused Children envisions a society of individuals from different communities, cultures, and live experiences connecting through the healing power of art to interrupt the cycle of violence; create understanding; build self-esteem, and nurture better lives. http://www.freearts.org
For more information on the event contact:
Livia Sappington, Dawson Cole Fine Art 760-303-4300