Split Visions – Art Expo
June 8 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Generation unnamed Art is the brainchild of Kitchener Waterloo artist Benjamin Drobig. He paints realistic, abstract and surrealistic artworks of various sizes. He has appeared on the Rogers 20 program “The Big Canvas” and exhibited his creations in a variety of locations throughout the Region including “The Passion Project” at Conestoga College. The Mayor’s Celebration of the Arts (Junior Division) in Cambridge, Crafttoberfest at Kitchener Farmers Market and most recently Freedom Cafe, Kitchener. Benjamin is open for commissions and opportunities to make any location pop with truly original artwork.
Food is life. Without it we are not able to live; not able to explore all that we can be. For that reason, Benjamin feels that the work of the Food Bank is so important to allow everyone to have the food they need to reach their potential. It can happen to any one of us, for many different reasons. Please help bring art to life and help support the Food Bank.
in the Event space: 1 x 72″ x 48″ painting reveal at 8:30 with the auction following at 8:45; 30% of which goes to Food Bank
14 paintings per Silent Auction; 20% goes to Food Bank
Throughout cafe: paintings for sale – 20% goes to Food Bank.
throughout the night:
Music by Jason Piper
Photography of the event by Sheldon Lawson of Jump Start Photography
Snacks and non-alcoholic drinks will be served.