Pablo Picasso

When:
March 28, 2017 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm
2017-03-28T17:30:00-04:00
2017-03-28T19:30:00-04:00
Where:
Baterby's Art Gallery
6848 Stapoint Ct
Winter Park, FL 32792
USA
Contact:

Baterbys, Orlando’s premier art gallery, is opening its doors to the public to view one of the largest exhibitions of major works by world-renowned 20th century master, Pablo Picasso. Entitled “The Diary of a Master,” the exhibition will showcase the entire 347 series, numerous signed etchings, aquatints and linocuts, and lithographs from his Verve suites. Everyone is invited to view this amazing display of masterworks from one of the most famous names in the world of art!

The exhibition will kick off with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and opening reception on Saturday, February 18th from 7:30 pm to 10:30 pm. In celebration of the life and art of Picasso, fun and informational talks on various topics about the artist will be presented as attendees view and experience the artist’s masterful renditions on display. Live musical performances as guests partake of Spanish-style hors d’eourves and beverages will complement Baterbys’ first major event for 2017.

A special silent art auction featuring items such as Royal Caribbean Cruise for two, artworks, and more awaits those who attend this unique opportunity to be the first to view this impressive display; but more importantly, lend generous support to the beneficiaries of the Florida Hospital for Children. Formal attire required. Cost of entry for the exhibition reception is $50 per attendee. Ticket sales are limited and ticket packages through sponsorship will also be available.

This one-of-a-kind exhibition is being presented by Baterbys and other major sponsors to benefit the Florida Hospital for Children; in support of helping their littlest patients get the best medical care available.

General viewing is from February 20th through May 5th with a suggested $5 donation per person as an entrance fee.
100% of the exhibition ticket sales from the opening reception and general admission will be given directly to the Florida Hospital for Children. A generous portion of all proceeds from Picasso artworks sold for the duration of the exhibition, including the reception will also be donated to the foundation.

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