Join us on March 2nd, 2019 for this year’s Art Of Helping Children Spring Gala.
This year’s theme is Art on the Green. Join us for an exclusive experience curated to showcase the beauty of the Brazos Valley as the Ice House on Main is transformed into a garden for one night only.
The Art of Helping Children: Art on the Green will feature a collection of fine art curated and presented by Degallery and SEAD Gallery and featuring traditional and abstract works in oil and acrylic. Featured artists include Crista Fer Calvillo, Tatyana Obukhova, and Charles Wallis. Fine art works will be exhibited for silent bidding during the Art on the Green celebration benefitting Voices for Children.
Rusty Surette and KBTX friends will host the evening.
This year, dinner will be followed by live music, drinks, and dancing.
Tickets are $150 each.
Tables of 10 can be purchased for $1,250.
Learn more about sponsorship options and purchase your tickets here: http://vfcbrazos.org/event/art-of-helping-children-2019/
Crista Fer Calvillo
Crista Fer Calvillo discovered her creative talent at the age of 6 and she felt like a new world, filled with passion and love, has opened to her eyes. Crista’s art is strikingly expressive and truly magical.
Sarasota based artist, Tatyana Mishchenko Obukhova, has been on an inspiring journey to bring forth the beauty of life’s simple moments and the precious memories from her childhood through a collection of mesmerizing oil paintings. From a lush bouquet of lilacs on her grandmother’s porch to the sun-kissed views of Florida’s west coast, Tatyana’s paintings are very personal but can speak to the hearts of many.
Born in Ukraine in 1973, Tatyana was raised on the coast of the Black Sea in Crimea, in a family household of a renounced artist, her father, Victor Mishchenko. Her passion for painting begun at an early age as she was surrounded by the inspirational atmosphere of her father’s studio, his works of art and the pristine nature of the region where she grew up. Tatyana pursued her artistic calling and has honed her skills by absorbing the techniques and knowledge from her father and his art colleagues, and was set on a path of establishing her name as a Painter after graduating the Russian School of Art. In her time living in the US she has studies and worked along the side of Vladislav Yeliseyev, which has given her a fresh outlook on the beauty of traditional Art.
Today Tatyana’s work can be found in exhibits both near her home in Sarasota and in states like Texas and New York, as well as abroad.
Charles Wallis is a master painter that paints primarily contemporary impressionists and abstract pieces. He is a graduate of the Baylor University Fine Art Program. His paintings reflect a mastery of his craft and versatility in styles and media.</P
Walking In A Butterfly Morning
Art on the Green Fine Art Auction presented by: