Boulon Gallery 2nd Raffle Tickets Available to Benefit St. John School of the Arts

“Eternal Beauty: Windswept Beach to Francis Bay” by Kimberly Boulon

Kimberly Boulon Fine Art Gallery — featuring the St. John School of the Arts (SJSA) performing a new dance routine choreographed by Kim Pattison Wild – will hold an art event from 5-8 p.m., Friday, March 15, 2nd floor, at The Marketplace, St. John.

Many people purchased raffle tickets for the gallery’s previous art event in January, and all proceeds went to SJSA programs. The winners of Kimberly Boulon’s “Cinnamon Bay Warehouse” painting were David and Rhonda McCay; Gail Karlsson’s “Egret” photo on aluminum was won by Charlie Wilson. All the support through donations and otherwise is greatly appreciated.

There is another chance to win an original oil painting by Boulon that is valued at $2,035 — “Eternal Beauty – Windswept Beach to Francis Bay, St. John,” (12” x 16” plus frame).

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This painting will be raffled off at an art event in March. The winner does not need to be present to win, and the painting can be shipped to the states. Raffle tickets cost $10 each or six tickets for $50.

Call 779-4322 or email SJSA at [email protected] to buy raffle tickets. Or come by the gallery between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m., on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays to purchase tickets. The painting is on view at the gallery through the window. One-hundred percent of the raffle sales will go to St. John School of the Arts.

Kimberly Boulon Fine Art Gallery: www.kimberlyboulon.com or [email protected] or www.facebook.com/kimberlyboulonfineart (Gallery hours: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays or by appointment).

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