Dayton artist Amy Deal opens her studio tonight to invite people to learn more about the Levitt Pavilion coming to Dayton.. Friends of Levitt Dayton have raised all but $300,000 of the $5M goal and at tonights event you can bid on local art featuring Dayton’s own MB Hopkins and Doug Fiely, and Nigerian Artist & Dayton Friend, Ben Ibebe as well as art by Ms. Deal.
This beautiful 11″ plate created and donated by
Esther Kadash of Rising Moon Glass Studio,
also located in the Davis-Linden Building
It’s titled “Bird Love.”
Retired Wright-Patterson Air Force Base Engineering Researcher turned Photographer Lew Hann has graciously donated a beautiful 20″ x 30″ framed, one-of-a-kind, giclée. Hann, a true lover of the arts sang with the Bach Society of Dayton and Musica!, recorded German soundtracks for American movies and was a disc jockey for Dayton Public Radio for about 15 years. He’s taught
photography classes at Bethany Lutheran Village, where he currently resides.
Open Studio @ Deal Studio
Music, Drinks, Nosh, and Friends
Art for Sale – ALL proceeds go to Levitt Pavilion Dayton
Your chance to GIVE to the Dayton Levitt Pavilion
Parking at 116 Davis Avenue and follow the signs. Your vehicles will be monitored. No parking in the courtyard.