Beaux Arts

Scottsdale Artists’ School holds annual fundraiser

Four hundred guests attended Scottsdale Artists’ School’s Beaux Arts on Nov. 11 in the outdoor party tent on the school grounds. The annual fundraiser allows guests to view and purchase original artwork in the silent auction, bid on trips and treasures, and participate in a live auction, which included a painting by Curt Walters, the 2017 signature artist. His painting Intrigue of New Snow was one of the highlights of the auction.

Artwork on display at Beaux Arts 2017

A raffle offered guests the opportunity to win a bronze sculpture by Dan Ostermiller, titled “Gift of Spring.”

Arleen Merrill served as chair for the event, and Mary Ann Wilson was the co-chair. The evening raised $150,000, which will go toward programming.

PHOTOS COURTESY SCOTTSDALE ARTISTS’ SCHOOL

Fred Winston, Sue Figler, Charlie Marsh and Van Hawn

Jan Cyr, Cheryl Hassert, Nancy Dunwell and Clarissa Collins

Gina Caruso and Marian Levy

Leslie Sandbulte, Betsy Vincent and Norm LaZar

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