Event date: May 10, 2012

I am happy to again be participating in the 3rd Annual Carolina Art Soiree, an exhibition of 35+ regional artists to benefit GBS/CIDP Foundation Intl. This year’s event will be held at Metropolitan in a beautiful condo overlooking the Charlotte skyline, and will include live music and a generous spread of food and beverages from Soiree sponsors.



Event date: Feb 10, 2012


Studio Open House

Please join us Friday, February 10, 6-8 pm
118 E Kingston Avenue, Suite #27

See the New Space & Shop for Your Valentine

In continuation of our mission, a portion of any art sales
will be donated to a local charitable organization.


Event date: Nov 10, 2011

Strokes of Compassion

November 10-11, 2011 | 220 East Boulevard, Charlotte
Featuring Anne H. Neilson & Robert Langford
benefiting Presbyterian Hospice & Palliative Care

Reception: Thursday, November 10, 6:30-9:30pm
. Join us for live music and an amazing array of fine food and wine from our generous sponsors. 50% of art sales will benefit Presbyterian Hospice & Palliative Care.
Gallery also open Friday, November 11, 10am – 5pm
Contact: Lorri Bland, 704-384-9488


Special Thanks to our Sponsors!

Catering Generously Provided By:
Amélie’s French Bakery  l   Blu Basil Café  l Brazwell’s Premium Pub GEORGES Brasserie La-tea-da’s Catering & Events  l   Mortimer’s Cafe & Pub Mez Restaurant  l  Olde Mecklenburg Brewery  l  Pewter Rose  l  Providence Café The Wine Loft  l  Vivace

Other Support Provided By:
Campbell’s Greenhouse & Nursery Campania Fine Moulding  l  Catellus Group Charlotte Living Magazine  l   Classic Party Rentals  l  Coca-Cola Bottling Company  l  Delectables by Holly  l  FABRIX, Inc.  l  Joe Farley, Art Installer  l   Hilton Electric Co.  l   Gwen Poth  l   David Ramsey Photography R. B. Pharr & Associates  l  Sir Speedy  l  Jenn  Snyder, Author of “Don’t Change The Channel” Stir Studios  l  TruGuard Construction Group

About Presbyterian Hospice & Palliative Care:

When the Presbyterian Hospice & Palliative Care team walks through each patient’s front door, the goal is to provide that “home care” environment of compassion and comfort for patients wherever they reside – in their family home, a long-term care facility, at the hospital or on the Harris Hospice Unit at Presbyterian Hospital.  With a shift from curative to comfort care, Presbyterian Hospice & Palliative Care provides physical, emotional and spiritual care for patients at end of life and emotional and spiritual support for their families.

Presbyterian Hospice & Palliative Care provides hope, comfort and care to more than 5,000 families each year. Your support of Strokes of Compassion will help fund Presbyterian Hospice & Palliative Care’s planned expansion of the Harris Hospice Unit, a short-stay transitional unit – a home away from home – located at Presbyterian Hospital in Charlotte.

We invite you to Open a Door to Renewed Hope for the many families facing the end of life journey with a loved one.

www.presbyterian.org/hospice    704-384-6478