SMFA Art Annual

I dropped off 5 pieces of work to my alma mater, the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, last weekend. Starting on December 8th you can purchase framed Harajuku No. 5, Red Riding Siesta, Artichoke, Hair and one of my Dr. Sketchy's Burlesque drawings of the lovely Porcelain Dalya at the Annual Art Sale.

SMFA sent along this nice little press release about the sale...
"This isn't an open house, or a tour. It's an art sale, and it's amazing. Now in its 31st year, the Museum School Art Sale is the largest art sale in New England, and features work in all disciplines from more than 400 SMFA-affiliated artists—students, alumni, faculty, staff and more. If you really want to see the incredible caliber of art that comes out of this school, we invite you to attend. This is an incredible opportunity to see what we produce; to see what we're all about.

Our opening reception is Thursday, December 8, from 5–8 pm. With performance art and music by DJ Holtie, you can browse the galleries, adorned with artwork, and mingle with the artists themselves and the collectors who attend every year. The sale is open from December 8–11, 10 am–8 pm daily. It's a great opportunity—we'd love to have you visit.The Admissions Office is open during the sale; we encourage you to stop by and say hello. The office opens at 9 am each day, and closes at 6 pm on Thursday, 7 pm on Friday and 4 pm on Saturday. Admissions is closed on Sunday."

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