Columbia Center
for the Arts

215 Cascade Street

PO Box 1543

Hood River, OR 97031


Party for Art
May 16, 2012  •  5 - 7:30  
Join Us for this Fun Event!

One-night fundraising sale showcasing
45 pieces of affordable, anonymous artworks donated from
local, regional, and nationally recognized
Gallery Artists intermingled with
some of our talented and emerging Art Center student artists.

Each artist uses an identical 10x10 inch panel
generously donated by American Easel
to create their artwork using oils, watercolors, photography, ceramics, or fiber.

Signatures will be hidden and all of the artwork will be priced starting at $100 then bid upwards with bids closing at 6:30.

Support your community Gallery, the Art Center and
promote the arts in the Gorge!

Come mingle with Artists, Art Center supporters
and collectors and buy what you love!

Please join us in this fun event. Doing so helps to support your community gallery, the art center, and arts throughout the Gorge! 

Light appetizers will be served and the beer/wine bar will be open.


Thanks to our sponsor American Easel


More info coming soon!

Participating Artists

  • Ann Scott
  • Bill Sturman
  • Cathleen Rehfeld
  • Celeste Bergin
  • Charlotte Van Zant-King
  • Christine Knowles
  • Cleo Sterling
  • Dawn Elle
  • Eric Jacobsen
  • Gayle Pimley
  • Georgette Jones
  • Glen Bargabos
  • Hank Weber
  • Janet Essley
  • JoAnna Frost
  • Judi Baker
  • Judy Harvey
  • Karen Watson
  • Katey Ellen Price
  • Kathy Watne
  • Leila Prestia
  • Lynee Sapere
  • Mark Nilsson
  • Mary Schlick
  • Melody Robichaud
  • Rachel Harvey
  • Rhonda Harris
  • Shelley Toon Hight
  • Sue Sutherland
  • Terri Johanson
  • Todd Smith
  • Venka Payne

Student Art

Student art is being donated by Shelley Toon-Hight's sutdent artitsts.




For questions about the event, please contact Columbia Center for the Arts, Fundraising & Development Coordinator, Kristen Godkin at 541-387-8877 ext. 112 or

About Columbia Art Gallery

Columbia Art Gallery, located in the Columbia Center for the Arts, is a non-profit community gallery with the mission to promote an arts-rich environment in the Columbia River Gorge. Click for directions and hours of operation.