THE SOUP BOWL AS ART:
200 artists/200 concepts
To fund her grassroots campaign for Denver City
Carol and friends recruited 200 artists to
transform a simple white
porcelain soup bowl from functional
to work-of-art for a silent auction
March 12th to
benefit the campaign. The artists were not given rules nor
only a credo
to take as much creative liberty as desired!
And they DID!
The evening was
a wonderful success and a number of amazing bowls sold. Some
are still available for sale. Help
Carol pay off her campaign debts (& fund her next campaign!)
one of the remaining Soup Bowls as Art. (We are experiencing
problems with the album software
used to create the Soup Bowl as Art pages---contact
Carol to be on a Notification List when the Bowl pages
finally get updated.)
If you do see a bowl you'd like to purchase, send
to Carol to
reserve the bowl you desire and include your phone
number so Carol can contact you. Payment options include
Visa, MasterCard or check.
A BIG THANK YOU TO...
Many thanks to Tom & Lynn Feldkamp, Carrie MaKenna,
Julie Krantz, Kathy Davie, Bob Zaragoza, Rick Taylor, Susie
Kozoh, Carol Warner, Peggy Wimmer, Ilise Meyers, Martha
Poland, Sue Berg, Paula Russell, Melody Lopez Miller,
and Tracy Cochran for all their help with the March 12th
Thanks to the staff at the Grant-Humphreys
Mansion for their support.
Many thanks to Justin Adams,
Julia Misawa and the Boulder Taiko "HIBIKI", and Tried & True
their memorable music.
To all of you who came to Carol's first fundraiser
and purchased a Soup Bowl as Art (or six), thank you so very
much for your support.
Special thanks to all the artists who contributed
their talent (and soup bowls) without whom this evening would
not have been
A SOUP BOWL AS ART:
updated as of
<March 31, 2008
Aguillard, Leslie A.
Boyd, Dawn A.
Campbell, Carol e
Davis, Hillary Cole
Honiotes, Mary Jo
Hufford, Lee Ann
Lobato, Mary Lou
Miller, Melody Lopez
Teets, Janice C.
White, Cody Rasmussen