Feb. 14, 2019 -- The RoxArts in Tiger Nation Fine Arts Auction Benefit is Saturday, March 9 at 7 p.m. at the Harcourt Manor in Cleveland Heights.
This benefit supports the arts & science enrichment programs in all CH-UH elementary and middle schools. Created in 1981, RoxArts has recently expanded its scope by creating the Tiger Nation fund to promote and extend students' classroom experiences through engagement in meaningful and integrated arts and science interactions.
Local Cleveland-based artists donating items up for bid thus far:
Debbie Apple-Presser - garment
Tom Balbo - cast paper for wall
Marc Petrovic and Kari Russell Pool - glass
Jacqui Kennedy - necklace
Sara Stashower -necklace
Betsy Fallon - glass jewelry
Wally Kaplan watercolor
Catherine Butler - either jewelry or collage for wall
Genevieve Schwartz - jewelry
Lisa Eastman - 2 framed small landscapes oil
Shayna Roth Pentecost - glass
Sam Roth - painting
Geoff Baker - photo
Jeremy (Jay) Tugeau - oil painting
Zac Gorell- glass
Sue Berry - glass
Jenny Mendes - ceramic
Victor Schreckengost - Jazz bowl
Robert Raack -watercolor
Michael Weil - photo
Karen Katz - water color of your home
Harcourt Manor is the impeccably restored and decorated home of John and Anya Rudd. It is a four-story Elizabethan Revival style mansion built by Kermode Gill, the builder of the Terminal Tower, and designed by renowned architect, Frank Meade.
Visit roxarts.org for ticket and sponsorship information.
Harcourt House Preview for Tiger Nation Fund Benefit from Adam Dew on Vimeo.
Tiger Nation Fund Overview: https://vimeo.com/321519240/8109b1cfc5