2017 The Davenport Soiree
As part of the Event: Purchase a Chance to Win a Fabulous Sculpture called Three Graces
This is a rare opportunity to own a beautiful work of art.
The piece is called the Three Graces. It is carved out of Italian raspberry alabaster and like Michelangelo’s famous sculptures of The Slaves, the female forms emerging from the alabaster are incomplete and perhaps emblematic of the fight of women to emerge as independent and fully actualized individuals as they struggle to free themselves from the stone. They have been deliberately left incomplete, by the artist to represent the “eternal struggle of human beings to free themselves from the material world.
The artist, June Ray, is a resident of Savannah. Her work has appeared in galleries throughout the South including Atlanta’s Opus One and Tula Galleries, Wesleyan College in Macon and at the Georgia Marble Fine Art Exhibition. She has studied art with world renown sculptors such as Amelia James, Don Huntly, Pondra Williams and Fernando D’Astoli. Miss Ray has had a varied career working in fashion design and manufacturing as well as an ornamental iron and shower door designer. Most recently she has worked as an interior designer and realtor.
The Three Graces has been valued at $3,500
Ticket holders need not be present for the drawing in order to win (Name and phone number on stub)
The drawing will be held at the event on February 19th
$20 per ticket 3 tickets for $40 10 tickets for $100
Call Davenport House Museum at 912/236-8097 to inquire about the sculpture.