Wednesday, May 7, 2014

Mother and child art show set

Photos can be given as Motherís Day gifts

Are these fairies yours? If so stop by Lipton Fine Arts this weekend and get a free copy for Motherís Day. Courtesy photo

    “This is my way of giving back to the mothers in the Wood River Valley for working so hard for one day,” said gallery owner Gary Lipton.
    In celebration of Mother’s Day, Lipton Fine Arts gallery in Ketchum invited amateur photographers Keely Eliason, Elizabeth Carter and Erica Connelly to photograph valley children.
    The result is a presentation entitled “First Free Mother’s Day Photo Show” on Friday, May 9, and Saturday, May 10, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day.
    The photographers snapped more than 400 photos of local children.
    Lipton Fine Arts is inviting the mothers of the subjects to come visit the gallery with their children and search out their photo, which will be hung along the gallery’s walls.
    The children can remove their photo from the wall, have the photo stamped “To My Mom for Mother’s Day,” sign the image and present it to their mother.
    For more information, call Lipton at (248) 561-5120.

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