Presented by Community Entry Services
Community Entry Services Hosts
The First Annual Plate Auction
The Art of Love
Community Entry Services (CES) will host “The Art of Love,” the first Annual Plate Auction featuring some of Jackson’s renowned artists and one of a kind signature plates. Crafted by Ceramist Sam Dowd, the plates will showcase the unique artwork of Amy Ringholz, Anika Youcha, Carrie Wild, Brian Iguchi, Bill Sawczuk, Jenny Dowd, Travis Walker, Katy Fox, Nicole Gaitan, Kathryn Mapes Turner, Jason Borbay, Shannon Troxler, Ben Roth, Liz Park, Tenley Thompson, Boughton Walden, Jennifer L. Hoffman, Amanda Martin, Deb Penk, Grace Davis, Bobbi Miller, Walter Gerald, and Valerie Seaberg.
All volunteered their time and talent to create masterpieces that will be auctioned off during a fun evening of hors d‘oeuvres and entertainment.
Also, CES is very excited to present works from celebrated students in Greg Houda’s high school art classes including Elizabeth Chambers, Bethanie Hart, Alejandro Jimenez, Hannah Rigsby, Alayna Whipple and Shaeli Funk as well as pieces from several CES participants.
Local favorite personality and long-time CES supporter ‘Crazy Tom’ will be acting as both MC and DJ while Senator Leland Christensen will be the auctioneer for the live auction.
This event is sponsored by St. Johns Hospital Foundation; First Western Trust; Long, Prugh Real Estates, Rocky Mountain Bank; Reimer, Winegar & Beppler; Willow Street Group; The NeVille Group; Center for Aesthetics; The Liquor Store; Central Wyoming College; Teton Entertainment by Crazy Tom; Fine Dining; Backwards Distilling Company; Drink PR; Grand Teton Distillery; Linton Productions; Jackson Hole Lodge; N8V Beauty Salon and Spa; Flowers by Chloe; Belle Cose.
Tickets are $47.00 and are available for purchase online and at The Center Box Office. For more information, please contact Lindsay Long, Director of CES, at 307.733.7637.
Community Entry Services is a nonprofit organization that supports adults with developmental disabilities and traumatic brain injuries to maximize their independence and lead satisfying productive lives in Teton County. All money raised at this event will go towards supporting Jackson participants and programs.