Cigarette Girl Gretta Ziminsky provides guests with candy cigarettes and chocolate cigars at the Art to Go fundraiser for Fallbrook Village Arts, Inc.
Silent Auction items included, from left, gold and silver hand-wired Tibetan ring set with amethyst enamel, a pair of ceramic vessels (Japanese Nerikomi technique), and a hand blown signed glass vessel.
Michael Sirkin and Janice Phoenix browse the silent auction items available for bid or purchase at the Art to Go fundraiser.
Debby and Don Bunts pose in front of a 1984 20th Anniversary Edition Excalibur, a hand built luxury automobile, at the Art to Go fundraiser held at Fallbrook School of the Arts.
Dr. Mark Hoffman, owner of the 1984 Excalibur automobile, acts as a chauffer and encourages guests to pose in the Excalibur for photos.
Seen in front of artwork available for bid or purchase are Debby Bunts, left, and Jerri Patchett, a member of the Art To Go At The Speakeasy committee. Bunts is holding her grandmother’s feather fan and purse while wearing her grandmother’s rhinestone necklace and earrings.
These Art To Go pieces were available for selection by guests. Items not selected could be purchased at the end of the evening.
Karen Kaaoush-Hoffman works with an antique gramophone purchased at an antique store in England and on display at the Art to Go event.
Carla Tinker is the first guest to select her Art To Go piece and is very happy with her selection.
Colleen and Bill Jackson anxiously await their turn to select their Art To Go piece.
Jerri Patchett gives a big Thank You to all of the volunteers that helped make the Art To Go at The Speakeasy a great success.