Sunday, October 22, 2017
3pm to 7pm
Art For The Heart - Benefit for American Heart Association
201 S. Division & Esther Street Peekskill, NY
Come join us to celebrate the art of Jan Horton and to raise money for the American Heart Association.
Jan Horton was an accomplished landscape painter influenced by Thomas Cole and the Hudson River School. Her painting have been featured and sold all over the country. Some have made it as far away as Europe. She was commissioned by Governor Pataki to paint three paintings for him that hung in the Governors office.
There will be one of Jan's painting for sale by Silent Auction. Most painting will not be for sale at this time. All profits from the sale will be donated to the American Heart Association.
There will be musical performances by Scoot Horton, George Mallas, and George Gierer.
Scoot Horton is a country/folk singer. He released his debut cd "Six 2 Seven" in 2015 and is at work writing for his next release. He has been described as "Woody Guthrie meets the Sex Pistols".
George Mallas has been playing piano since he was six years old. he is heavily influenced by Joni Mitchell, Jackson Browne, Elton John, Cat Stevens, and James Taylor. George's first solo cd is called "Small Reminders".
George Gierer is the guitar/banjo player in the duo Pluck & Rail. George will be making a rare solo appearance playing songs from Pluck & Rails debut cd "Trigger" as well as songs from his previous band South County.
All Profits from this show will go to the American Heart Association.
To make a donation click on the link.