Studio B Art Gallery’s popular “Small Treasures of Art” exhibit returns for the 2022 holiday season. The featured masterpieces are smaller in size but big on style, detail, and beauty. These pieces, made by the gallery’s artists specifically for this holiday exhibit, make a cherished one-of-a-kind gift.
Shoppers participating in the Moonlight Madness Shopping Event in Downtown Easton can earn raffle tickets through December 2. Raffle prizes include raffle baskets worth thousands of dollars in gifts and gift cards from local retailers. Look for Moonlight Madness posters in store fronts and visit www.EastonEDC.com for more details about this festive, fun shopping extravaganza.
A special holiday themed reception will be held on Friday, December 2 from 5 to 10 p.m. The public is invited to stop by and enjoy all the wonderful “Small Treasures” featured at the gallery and get a chance to speak with some of the artists that painted them. December 2 is the drawing night for the Moonlight Madness raffle basket; one must be present to claim a prize starting at 10 p.m.
“It can be difficult to find that special gift for friends and family,” Studio B Art Gallery owner Betty Huang said. “We make it easy to find the perfect present with a unique piece of art that loved ones will treasure for a lifetime. We welcome you to stop any time before Christmas, but why not come out early and complete your shopping and try winning prizes during Moonlight Madness?”
Visit www.studiobartgallery.com for information on the gallery, its events, and artists. Find artwork in all shapes and sizes sure to fill the perfect spot on your wall. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 443-988-1818 to arrange a private group gallery viewing, another great way to spend time with family and friends this holiday season.
Studio B Art Gallery is located at 7B Goldsborough Street in historic downtown Easton. The gallery represents nationally and internationally known painters Hiu Lai Chong, Bernard Dellario, Ken DeWaard, Betty Huang, Qiang Huang, Charles Newman, Daniel Robbins, Master Jove Wang, and sculptor Rick Casali.