Oswego, NY – Performance Painter David Garibaldi’s original artwork, “Einstein” is on display at the Lakeside Artisan’s new location at the former Flower’s by Mr. John in the Canal Commons in Oswego. The artwork will be on display until Friday, October 21st.
The Lakeside Artisans group partnered with Farnham Family Services to show support of the upcoming Farnham Unplugged at 40: Rock the Arts Halloween Bash to be held October 29th at the American Foundry in Oswego. Doors open at 6 p.m. Pre-sale tickets are $50 per person, and $60 per person at the door.
Garibaldi will headline the fundraising benefit, and join CNY bands Vitamin X, Doc Apple, and the Love Volcanoes for the event’s entertainment. In addition, there will be a silent art auction, live auction of Garibaldi’s paintings from the event, appetizers and beverages, raffles, Halloween costume contest and much more. Garibaldi’s “Einstein” is just one of the many icon paintings that are brought to life on stage during his “Rhythm and Hue” performance.
Shown pictured at the Lakeside Artisans recently are from left to right: Michele Southgate of the Lakeside Artisans; Maria Burnswick of Farnham Family Services; Jeanne Unger of Farnham Family Services; “Einstein”; Patty Blackwell of Farnham Family Services; Tim Ames of Lakeside Artisans; and Colleen Sharkey of Farnham Family Services.
Lakeside Artisans, located at 193 West First Street in the Canal Commons in Oswego, is a retail artisan’s cooperative, featuring a variety of paintings, sculptures, jewelry and other artwork. For additional information call (315) 343-8880 or visit www.lakesideartisans.com.