"A Celebration of the Hands," will be a silent auction this Saturday, at Grace Episcopal Church. A broad selection of local artists not only have donated their work to be auctioned but will be available to share their work and insights with Chattanooga art lovers. Auction goers will be able to visit with the artists and bid on their work while enjoying wine, heavy hors d’oeuvres, and the music of local singer Andrew Chauncey.
Items to be auctioned include paintings, sculpture, photography, pottery, fabric arts, and art lessons. Donors
include Lyn Martin, Rob Mitchell, Keith Stubbs, Rebecca Williams, Dick McGee, Jim Milburn, Anne Curtis, Marian Heintz, Sandra Babb, Becky Braddock, Don Ludwig, Pat Milburn, Cathy Stone, Gerry and Joy Jones, Bobbie Crow, Patricia King, Peggy Jennings, Lorri Kelly, Sherry Hullander, Virginia Skipper, Irma Jerzog, Carolyn Cannon, Jim Curtis, Marge Shirilla, Paul Thomas, Janice Rowland, Frank Swanson, Lolly Durant, Janice Kennedy, Nancy Sienknecht, Linda Sue Longfield-Smith, Jean Whisenant and Becki Jordan.
The evening begins at 6 p.m. and runs through 9 p.m., with bidding ending at 8. There is a $25 admission charge, which covers two glasses of wine and heavy hors d’oeuvres. Tickets may be purchased on Sunday morning after either service and at breakfast; they are also available through the bookstore during the week.
An Inquirers’ Class for adults will begin this Sunday, with an informational/"what to expect" session at 9:30 a.m. in the Merritt Room. The class will meet May 11, 18, 25, andJune 8 and 15. If you’re interested in taking part, contact Susan Butler at email@example.com