Buy the best art in Texas at the most excellent prices!
Mark your calendars for Thursday, September 18 when red dots l will cover the walls at Women & Their Work. Featuring the work of over 200 artists, Red Hot l Red Dot Art Spree and Silent Auction offers an exceptional opportunity to purchase paintings, sculpture, drawings, photographs and mixed media works all $500 or less! The Silent Auction includes contributions from over 100 regional and national businesses. Don’t miss this chance to start or build your collection of Texas artists while enjoying delicious food by Word of Mouth with Leslie Moore and drinks by Tito’s Vodka.
In celebration of Women & Their Work’s first 30 years, Red Hot Red Dot promises to be more than just an art sale and silent auction. The theme for this year’s party is “Strong and Sexy”—and to that end, Austin’s strongest and sexiest women will be injecting their inimitable style into the proceedings. This year, Red Hot revelers will get to marvel at the sculpted beauty of Adrien Johnson (Winner, Overall Novice Figure, Texas Shredder Classic 2008), bask in the banter of Austin’s sassiest glamour queen, Rebecca Havemeyer, and challenge the toughest Rollergirls in Texas—all while taking advantage of the hottest deals from over 200 boldface names in the Texas art world and bidding on prize packages galore. Join Women & Their Work for our strongest, sexiest Red Hot Red Dot yet!
Participating artists include:
Sterling Allen, Bale Creek Allen, Candace Briceño, Gail Dawson, Jeffrey Dell, Virginia Fleck, Alyson Fox, Roi James, Jules Buck Jones, Will Klemm, Mindy Kober, Lisa Krivacka, Lauren Levy, Marjorie Moore, Bill Nowlin, Linda Ridgway, Matthew Rodriguez, Cauleen Smith, Shawn Smith, Bob Wade, Liz Ward, Steve Wiman, Sydney Yeager and many more!
Board At Home Animal Care + Monitoring, Core Therapy and Pilates, Ginny’s Printing, Holt McDougal, Jerri Kunz Design, Kasey McCarty Interior Architecture, Shoehorn Design and many individual donors.
Proceeds from Red Hot l Red Dot Sale will help underwrite Women & Their Work’s art education programs that reach over 2,500 under-served students and will help support the 50 events that we present each year, helping keep the arts alive in Austin!