Local artist Nancy Fleming admires the end table “Explore,” created by Paloma Dooley and Sienna Fleming, during an opening reception at Tinnie Mercantile & Deli, Saturday. (Noah Vernau Photo)
Twelve highly unique end tables intrigued spectators at the opening reception for 13 artists who creatively enhanced each table to benefit the Community Foundation of Chaves County, Saturday. The silent auction at Tinnie Mercantile & Deli continues through October 20.
Among the collection is a table that functions as a Zen garden, a traveler’s table with a battery operated butterfly and a table that displays a nativity scene. Nancy Fleming with Anderson Museum of Contemporary Art was chosen by CFCC to find the artists who participated this year, and helped coordinate the project.
“It’s a really high quality batch of artistic tables,” Fleming said. “When you give an artist something this Login to read more