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IL theater to benefit from artist paint-out

Sunday, July 13, 2014 - Updated: 2:57 PM

INDIAN LAKE -- Artists from around the state will be painting in The First Annual Open Air Invitational Paint-Out sponsored by Abanakee Studios here July 29-31.

The artists will be painting in Indian Lake and surrounding areas with one day of painting at The Hedges on Blue Mountain Lake.

There will be an Artists' Reception and Collectors' Party Aug. 1 from 2-5 p.m. at Abanakee Studios on Route 28. The reception will be the start of a month-long exhibition of the work produced during the Paint Out. The paintings will be exhibited from Aug. 1 to Sept. 1 in the Rookery Gallery at Abanakee Studios. Proceeds from the sale of the paintings will go to benefit Indian Lake Community Theater.

The participating artists are Judson Brown, Bill Evans, Paula Ann Ford, Dorrie Rifkin Friedman, Frances Gaffney, Sandra Hildreth, Dean Spaulding, Joann Quinlivan and Sarah Yeoman.

"We hope all our residents and visitors come out and enjoy the work of these talented and generous artists. Let's not forget this is an opportunity to purchase a wonderful addition to a personal art collection while supporting our fantastic community theater," Kathy Larkin of Abanakee Studios said.

For specifics visit www.abanakeestudios.com or call Larkin at (518) 648-5013.

     

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