The Art of Healing raises money for Community Health Center

The Art of Healing raises money for Community Health Center

The Community Health Center of Lubbock (CHCL), along with the Lubbock County Medical Society Foundation (LCMSF), is hosting a fundraising event that will house hundreds of fine art pieces from various artists such as Marc Chagall, Salvador Dali, Pablo Picasso, Joan Miró and more.
 
Art will be presented by Walter Edelman of Edelman Fine Arts, Ltd. in New York City. This event will be held on Friday from 6pm to 9pm and on Saturday 1pm to 8pm at the Community Health Center of Lubbock’s main clinic located at 1610 5th Street.

Tickets are $35 at the door.

Walter Edelman is a third-generation art dealer and certified art appraiser with many years of experience dealing with fine art and a world-renowned
art expert best known for conducting over 200 art shows a year for galleries and major foundations across the country.

For further information on this event, or to purchase your event tickets, click here or call 806-765-2605 ext. 1110. To view art housed at Edelman
Fine Arts, Ltd. click here
 

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