Our 5th Annual Mystery Art Show was Saturday, December 6th at Quidley & Co., and it was a great success!
Thanks to all the artists who donated and to all those who came out despite the weather to purchase original artworks and to support the Marla Ceely Lamb Fund.

An exciting evening in which artists contribute original works in an 8″ x 10″ format.
The artist’s name will be kept secret until the artwork is sold.

We have heard your feedback and made some changes!
1) Now on Saturday rather than Friday.
2) No longer first come, first served. No more waiting out in the cold for 5 hours!
We’ll now have a tiered lottery system. It may be a bit more complicated, but hopefully it’ll also be a bit more exciting and will make a lot more money for the Marla Ceely Lamb Fund.

Here’s how it works:
Lottery numbers will be purchased ahead of time.
The first group of 10 will be sold for $500.
These 10 numbers will be chosen in random order, but they will have the first 10 choices of the evening.
Remember that the first paintings to go are typically ones that sell in galleries for $5,000+, so buyers are still getting a terrific deal!
The second group of 10 will be sold for $250.
These 10 numbers will be chosen in random order, but they will have the 11th-20th choices of the evening.
The rest of the numbers will be sold for $125 as in previous years.
These numbers will also be chosen in random order for the remaining art.

Complimentary refreshments served.

100% of the proceeds go to the Marla Ceely Lamb Fund, not Palliative & Supportive Care of Nantucket Foundation.

Photo by Quint Waters

Over 100 artists participated in the 2013 show and contributed over 140 original works.
Many individuals and businesses also donated their time and energy and their goods and services to make the event a huge success. Special thanks to Phil Stambaugh and Bill Hourihan of Cape Cod Five, to Chris Quidley, Susan Browne, and Adam Sodofsky of Quidley & Co., and to Wayne Petty and Laura Anderson of Nantucket Frame Center for all their help!

Cape Cod Five Cents Savings Bank, Quidley & Co., Nantucket Frame Center

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Cary Akins, Joan Albaugh, Jeff Allen, Ginger Andrews, Valeri I. Arnold-Osley, Jon Aron, Robert Benchley III, India Blake, Susan Briskman, Angie Brooksby, Judith Brust, Maud Bryt, David O.J. Burgess, Tim Campbell, Rosemary Campobasso, Wayne Chinnock, Nathan Coe, Matthew Cornell, William Davis, MJ Levy Dickson, Linda Dolphin, Yvonne Duval, Maryalice Eizenberg, Virginia Faria, Sandra Flavin, Flick Ford, Robert Frazier, Paul Galschneider, Jennifer Geller, Dorothy Gennaro, Julie Gifford, Joan Griswold, Louis Guarnaccia, Hilario Gutierrez, Sonia Hale, Beverly Hall, David Halliday, Alesia Hamideh, Meredith Hanson, Tracey Sylvester Harris, Mary Heller, Dani Henke, Eric S. Holch, David Huberman, Sharon Woods Hussey, Joanna Kane, Suzanne Keating, Carol Keefe, Darius Kersulis, Tine Kirkland Graham, Cynthia Kirkwood, Kathleen Knight, Gary Korlin, Whitney Kreb, Paul LaPaglia, Ben Larrabee, Katie Trinkle Legge, Sherre Liljegren, Miki Lovett, Paul Michetti, Julija Mostykanova, George Murphy, Dylan Clyde Myers, Kit Noble, Tom Olcott, Gary Paller, Anthony Panzera, Teal Parker, Catherine Raphael, Mindy Reasonover, Lauri Robertson, Forrest Rodts, Sergio Roffo, Phyliss Rosser, Donn Russell, Valerie Sampier, Christine Sanford, R. Penelope Scheerer, Peter Sheppard, David Shevlino, Nancy Simonds, Kevin Stanton, Audrey Sterk, Elizabeth Lockhart Taft, Valerie Thomas, Luke Thornewill, Anne Troutman, Lynn Tucker, Donald W. Van Dyke II, Dirck Van Lieu, Sharon Van Lieu, Meghan Weeks, William Welch, Buzz Williams, Barbara Willis, Sid Willis, Karen Woods, Lucinda Young, Linda Zola, and Lori Zummo

Funded by the Palliative & Supportive Care of Nantucket Foundation, the Palliative & Supportive Care Program is operated as a department of the Nantucket Cottage Hospital, which is an affiliate of Massachusetts General Hospital, and a member of Partners HealthCare. Palliative & Supportive Care of Nantucket is a specialized health care program dedicated to providing excellent physical, psychological, social, and spiritual care to persons with life-threatening illness and their families.

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