The Lake Country Art Gallery Presents a Mystery Art Exchange

New twist on a fundraiser for Lake Country Art Gallery

On Saturday April 29 the Lake Country Art Gallery will be present a Mystery Art Exchange and Steak Dinner at the Aspen Grove Golf course in Lake Country.

The Mystery Art Exchange fundraiser for the Lake Country Art Gallery builds upon the success of the gallery’s Deck the Walls Art Auction held last November, but with a twist. Rather than bidding on whichever piece of art catches your eye, all the works brought to the exchange will be wrapped up, only to be revealed when the art exchange begins.

Much like the gift exchanges that you may have encountered at a staff party or at a family gathering, each guest brings one piece of original art to be added to the “art exchange pile”. Ticket numbers are drawn to see who’s turn it is to unwrap an original piece of art or ‘steal’ a piece that has already been revealed! This will make for an exciting art filled evening, full of surprises, skullduggery, mischief and most of all, a ‘new to you’ piece of original art to take home with you.

Tickets for the Lake Country Art Gallery Mystery Art Exchange and Steak Dinner fundraiser are available for $35 per person from the Lake Country Art Gallery.

The Mystery Art Exchange will be held on Saturday April 29 at the Aspen Grove Golf Course, 10303 Bottom Wood Lake Rd, in Lake Country. The evening begins with cocktails at 5:30 p.m., followed by dinner at 6:15, with the Mystery Art Exchange set to begin at 7 p.m. Each ticket includes entry for one person, a full steak dinner, plus the opportunity to exchange one piece of original art for a mysterious new one.

Book Now! Don’t miss this fun event that supports your local public art gallery.

For more information contact Petrina McNeill or Katie Brennan at the Lake Country Art Gallery, 10356A Bottom Wood Lake Rd.




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