“To be an artist is to believe in life.” Henry Moore
Indian Wells, Ca (PRWEB) September 27, 2012
Indian Wells-based artist Gesso Cocteau is part of a line up of artists who will be donating a sculpture for the Charity Silent Auction benefiting Boys and Girls Club of America.
The celebration will be at Classic Art Gallery’s two locations both in Carmel, CA. The date is October 5th through the 7th 2012 and the reception with artists will be Saturday October 6th from 5pm to 8pm. There will also be a Rendezvous Brunch at the 6th Avenue Gallery, Sunday October 7th at 11am. To R.S.V.P. please call Classic Art Gallery at 831-625-0464. For more information on the Classic Art Gallery and their locations you may also visit http://www.classicartgallery.com
Gesso Cocteau is represented at Classic Art Gallery in Palm Desert, California and Gunnar Nordstrom Contemporary Art in Bellevue, Washington. Her sculptures have been collected worldwide for over 30 years. Her 51 foot tall public art commission “Endless Celebration” adorns the sidewalk on the main corner of Bellevue Place in Washington. Gesso was recently commissioned by the internationally renowned chain Hard Rock Café to produce works for Hard Rock Rome; Gesso’s sculptures grace the presence of several other locations as well including Hard Rock Cafés in Boston, Berlin, and the Hard Rock international in Orlando, Florida. She also designed two different awards trophies for the company’s annual corporate events. In 2011, her piece “Love’s Divine” was purchased by Stacey Renker for the Renker Pavilion at Eisenhower Medical Center and a small scale sculpture was used as the annual Athena Awards award given to an exceptional female leader from the community. To view Gesso Cocteau’s collections, contact information, news releases, and other media visit http://www.gessococteau.com