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Art Lottery in Clearwater

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Honorary Chairpersons 2008 Fred and Aleta Fisher with Fine Artist Sophie MatisseMartinis and Matisse an Art Lottery

Clearwater, FL (January 21, 2009)  - The Martinis and Matisse an Art Lottery is this Saturday January 24, 2009 at the FrankCrum Building in Clearwater, FL over 80 artists will be displaying their works.  

This year at this unique event, guest will view dozens of donated works of art while enjoying martinis, smooth jazz music, and fantastic food and desserts provide by area restaurants, Bonefish Grill, Bella Vino, Carrabba’s Italian Grill, Salt Rock Grill, Rumba Island Bar & Grill, Guppy’s on the Beach, Marlin Darlin’, E & E Stakeout Grill, Island Way Grill, Mecca Café’, and Greektown Grille.

At the end of the evening, each piece of art will go home with a winner of the lottery style auction.

In addition to the art lottery, there will be a chance to win a mystery piece of jewelry from International Diamond Center and a special drawing for a hand blown glass piece from featured guest artist Will Dexter of Taylor Backes Studio in Boyertown, PA.

All proceeds from the evening will support the Clearwater Free Clinic, a volunteer driven, non-profit, non-government medical facility that provides access to free, problem-oriented health care for the low-income, uninsured adults and children of mid to upper Pinellas County, Florida.

For More information about the event and tickets go to http://www.martinisandmatisse.org/

 - Tampa Bay Informer
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