DENVER - October 1, 2008
Denver 81 is proud to announce today that their sixth annual Chopper's Art Show raised over $2500 for the Boys and Girls Club of Metro Denver.
The show featured several nationally known artists and motorcycle builders, and an art signing by featured artist Sara Ray. Ray specializes in hot rods, pinups, rockabilly posters, nose art and World War II scenes. Her artwork has graced record covers, magazines, Fender and Gretsch Guitars, t-shirts, posters, art and military museums and most recently, a line of Sucker Punch Sally's customs.
Art show attendees enjoyed music, food and cocktails while browsing the collection of artwork and photographs from local and national artists. The proceeds were raised by silent auction with almost all the pieces being purchased with the proceeds going to the Boys and Girls Club of Metro Denver.
"This year's show was a huge success not just because we had a great time but because we raised money for the Boys and Girls Club," said Nikolas Pew, Curator. "It all came together and everyone had a great time"
The Sixth Annual Choppers Art Show took place on Saturday, Sept. 13 at the JazzB Gallery at 719 W. 8th ave.
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