P A S T E V E N T S 2006
|March 9, 2006|
5 pm to 10 pm
March 10, 2006
1 pm to 10 pm
March 11, 2006
11 am to 10 pm
March 12, 2006
11 am to 5 pm
The Downes Studio 6th Annual Art Show 2006|
Four day show featuring an extensive Trail Marker Tree exhibit,
paintings, tapestries, bronzes and prints.
Mr. Downes will be present all four days.
The Grove's Redfield Center is a National Historic Landmark, sitting on 123 wooded acres. Mr. Downes donates a portion of all proceeds to The Grove's preservation.
1421 Milwaukee Avenue, Glenview, IL
Contact: Carol at 847-298-0095
|April 9th and 10th, 2006||
Dedicated to the promotion of healthy families, and the prevention of youth substance abuse. Call 847 295 5030 for more information
|May 5, 2006||
Antioch, IL. - Emmons School; District 33 Fund raiser
This year Mr. Downes is participating in the annual fund raiser and has donated a framed piece entitled "Grizzly Moon" to be auctioned.
For information call 847-395-1105
|May 6, 2006|
North Shore Country Club - Glenview Illinois
SHORE Community Services, Inc. Fund raiser
Mr. Downes will donate a piece and attend the event to help raise funds for those with developmental disabilities. Call 847 982 2030 for more information
|May 12 - June, 2006|
5:00pm - 9:00pm
Tied to the Past IV
The artist will be present at the reception.
16 foot Trail Marker Tree sculpture will be on exhibit during the show along with original oil paintings and tapestries.
Arrive before dusk and be part of group photo
next to the 16ft trail marker tree.
For Information contact the museum at 847-968-3400.
Lake County Discovery Museum
Lakewood Forest Preserve; Route 176 and Fairfield Road, Wauconda, IL
|Friday, June 2 - 30, 2006|| Antioch Fine Arts Foundation Gallery |
938 Main Street, Antioch, IL
Artist will be present on Friday evening at the reception.
Originals as well as signed and framed prints will be available.
Artist donates a portion of sales back to the fine arts foundation.
For information call 847-838-2274
|July 8, 2006|
10:00am - 5:00pm
July 9, 2006
11:00am - 5:00pm
Arts in Northbrook 2006
Artist will be present will be present both days.
Mr. Downes will be one of the featured artists along with over
80 other artists displaying their work.
Mr. Downes is a strong supporter of Arts in Northbrook and the Northbrook Art Council.
For information call Art Director, Pat Strong 847-272-2442.
|Friday, September 22, 2006||
Gala of the Arts|
Historical Soldiers Field
Black tie optional.
Mr. Downes has been involved with Catholic Charities for over a decade, helping to provide the needy with food and shelter for Veterans, the homeless, and families in need throughout Illinois and the country. Last year 38 artists and the organizers raised over $130,000 at the event.
For more information contact:
Shannon Mcclure 312-948-6797
|October 2, 2006|
8:00pm to ---
Juvenile Diabetes Fundraiser|
Music entertainment provided by Peter Quinn & Harry Reinhardt. Dennis Downes is donating a framed signed print for auction. Many other donated items will be auctioned off to support Juvenile diabetes.
|Friday, November 3, 2006|
5:00pm to 8:30pm
| Deerpath Gallery|
1 Market Square, Lake Forest, IL
Mr Downes, as well as three other artists will be showing work that evening. Artist will be present on Friday evening for reception.
Over 8 of the artist's originals will be on display.
Show runs through the month of November and a portion of the proceeds are to benefit the Deerpath Art Gallery.
For information call Gwen
|Saturday, November 4, 2006|
7:00pm to 11:00pm
| Golden Paws Gala|
Presented by the Heartland Animal Hospital
Held at the Radison Hotel on Milwaukee Avenue in Northbrook
Black Tie Optional
Well behaved dogs are welcome.
H D'ouvres, entertainment and cocktails.
Silent Auction, as well as a Dog Whisperer and pet photographer will be present. Mr. Downes will be present for the entire evening and will be donating the piece Red Deer River Crossing in his own hand made frame.
For ticket information call Hanna
|For further information, please contact Downes Studio at
firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone (847) 395-8875.