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Whodunnit? Anonymous Art Show & Sale
Anonymous Art Show & Sale
Contact: Amy Fradley, Art Fair & Events Director
Jackson, WY, Friday, March 7, 2014, $10 entrance donation
5:30pm, Theater Lobby, Art Association of Jackson Hole
The 6th Annual Whodunnit? fundraiser is a much anticipated, anonymous art show
and sale. Over 200 artists are given a 6“X6” canvas on which to create their artwork.
This piece is then donated and exhibited unsigned, unlabeled for one night at one
price ($99). Local, regional and national artists participate in support of the Art
Back by popular demand, a select number of 12”X12” canvases have been
distributed to a variety of local and national artists who work in a variety of mediums.
These 12”X12” canvases are created by “well-known” and “yet to be discovered”
artists and are for sale at $299 with a “buy it now” option of $499.
Sign your name on the bid sheet of the artwork you would like to purchase. As cards
fill with names, numbers are drawn and if your name is on the line of the number
drawn, you win the purchase!
Some of our participating artists; Ricki Arno, Emily Boespflug, Allison Brush, Tammy
Callens, Tom Gilliam, Dwayne Harty, Jennifer Hoffman, Corrina Johnson, Fred
Kingwill, Jessi West Lundeen, Bronwyn Minton, Jeremy Morgan, Mike Piggot, Peggy
Prugh, Mary Roberson, Amy Ringholz, Bill Sawczuk, Kathryn Turner, Shannon
This year look for new twists on the Whodunnit? theme including a Whodunnit?
game, a cloaked mystery canvas and more 12X12 canvases! For those artists who
submitted their canvases by the deadline of Friday, February 28, they will be
included in an online directory giving them more exposure and making it easier for
patrons to find out “Whodunnit?” after the event has come and gone.