Don’t Miss Sculptors Guild 80th Gala Honoring Lin Emery Tuesday, 10/31

Artwork by Eric David Laxman, Sculptors Guild auction item.

On Tuesday, October 31st Sculptors Guild is set to celebrate their best anniversary yet with their annual gala event from 5-9 pm at Jim Kempner Fine Art. The event, honoring formative sculptor Lin Emery and her kinetic creations, will feature a silent auction of stunning artworks by guild members along with refreshments and entertainment. Works by artists including Lin Emery, Eric David Laxman, Michael Wolf and others will be available for purchase in the silent auction, with proceeds to benefit the Guild directly.

Artwork by Colin Chase, Sculptors Guild auction item.

Over an 80 year period, Sculptors Guild has worked tirelessly to provide a platform for New York area sculptors to receive better exposure for their work and develop their talents – what better way to celebrate than with a blowout? With the soulful strains of jazz-blues guitarist Woody Mann set to rock the night away, the event will be a great opportunity to party with fabulous art for a great cause. So go grab a party mask if you like and come out to rub shoulders with the sculpting stars!

Fleur de Lis Lin Emery

Sculptors Guild Honorary Committee members have devoted their time to this great cause, so come and toast to the guild with the likes of Scott Broadfoot, Jan Garden Castro, Bonnie Pfeiffer Evans, Carole Feuerman, Susan Fischer, Michael Manjarris, Maria Nevelson, Renata Schwebel, Richard Timperio, Hans Van de Bovenkamp, and Fred Wilson. With such an influential past and a prestigious present, let’s toast to another wonderful 80 years ahead! Tickets are limited and available at the Sculptors Guild homepage:

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Audra Lambert

Audra Lambert is an arts writer and independent curator who has worked on interdisciplinary projects involving painting, performance, new media and installation art. Her recent curatorial projects have included The Subtle Image group figurative exhibit at Dejavu Gallery, Reflecting Our City for the White Roof Project at the Center for Social Innovation, and participating in the Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts’ A Wicked Problem. In addition to these projects she has served as Project Coordinator for More Art, a socially engaged nonprofit based in NYC, and she has contributed to Art Nerd, Examiner, AXS, and WhiteHot Magazine, among others. With an anticipated 2016 M.A. in Art History, Modern & Contemporary Art from CCNY, her primary focus is on installation art and contemporary art in the public sphere.

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