Glass House was proud to host the 12th Annual Simpson Housing Service "Art4Shelter".
A two-day event that kicked off with a Free Benefit Art Sale, where attendees explored artwork from local artists while enjoying complimentary wine and light hors d'oeuvres. The second day was met with a Family Day event, where art lovers of all ages participated in kid-friendly exhibits and activities like face painting and crafts.
Art4Shelter is a beloved community event held annually that showcases the donated works of hundreds of generous artists for a massive exhibition and sale. All proceeds go toward Simpson Housing Services’ shelter and housing programs. Simpson annually serves 2,000 people, including 300 families and 600 children.
Art by Jim Denomie
About Art4Shelter: Art 4 Shelter was founded by mother-daughter team Karen and Megan Rye. Karen served on the Simpson Board of Directors from 2008 through 2014. Megan, an acclaimed painter, and also served on the Simpson Board of Directors from 2012 through 2017. Donated original artwork sells for $35 because that is roughly the cost to house a shelter guest for one night.