Raffle for Jen Evenhus Painting
Supports the Arts Empowerment Project
Jennifer Evenhus has donated a painting, Silenced Thought, to the Piedmont Pastel Society for the benefit of the Arts Empowerment Project. This is an excellent opportunity to support a local non-profit dedicated to helping at-risk youth through the power of the arts. The 9"x12" painting is unframed so you can display it in a manner of your choosing.
Jennifer Evenhus is a nationally recognized, award winning artist. Jennifer is a seasoned painting instructor and coach, traveling across the states to share her passion for pastels.
• Pastel Society of America "Master Pastelist"
• IAPS Master Circle Member
• Northwest Pastel Society "Distinguished Pastelist"
• Pastel Society of the West Coast Signature Artist
• Knickerbocker Artists USA (KA) Signature Artist
The drawing will be held on December 9, 2018. All proceeds from raffle sales will be donated to the Arts Empowerment Project.
About The Arts Empowerment Project (TAEP)
Vulnerable and at-risk children who participate in the arts discover an outlet for positive self-expression, personal growth and healing. Through art, they are empowered to break the cycle of violence and alter the trajectory of their lives.
TAEP screens children referred by the court, matches their interest to the local arts program best suited to their needs, and funds their tuition and transportation fees. The Arts Empowerment Project is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and a member of Mecklenburg County’s 26th Judicial District Court’s Arts and Science Collaborative Initiative. http://theartsempowermentproject.org