Last Friday, November 8th, The Mahler Fine Art, Adam Cave Fine Art, and Midtown Art Consultants teamed up to host “Downtown Comes to Midtown,” an art show and sale benefiting Alliance Medical Ministry. The show was held at North Hills Renaissance Hotel, and featured artwork by over 20 artists, jewelers, and craftspeople.
More than 200 people attended to view the wide variety of artwork featured at “Downtown Comes to Midtown,” and with each contribution made to Alliance, attendees received a 10% discount off of the affordably priced art offered for sale.
With such a high number of attendees, and donations to Alliance exceeding $4,000, the event was considered a great success. “Downtown Comes to Midtown” celebrated the 10th Anniversary of Alliance Medical Ministry working to provide medical care for working uninsured adults in Wake County. On behalf of the Alliance community, we would like to thank all of those who offered donations on Friday, especially Kane Realty Corporation who matched gifts made by attendees of the event.
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Betsy Rankin Allan and Sally Plyler
Mendi Nieters, Kelly Bachman and Harriet Wilson with Alliance Medical Ministry
Rory Parnell and Shawn Brewster with The Mahler Fine Art
Sally Plyler with Midtown Art Consultants, Winston and Sandy Page, and artist Bob Rankin
Adam Cave of Adam Cave Fine Art and friends
Emily McNair, Janet Rose and Shawn Brewster
Harriet and David Wilson
Amy Laport Gant and Sally Plyler of Midtown Art Consultants and Megg Rader (middle) with Alliance Medical Ministry