Bruce McBarnette Hosts Art for Obama
A Series of Art Receptions benefitting the President
WASHINGTON, Sept. 4, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Bruce McBarnette, lawyer and real estate investor, is hosting this year the Art for Obama Reception Series in cities all across the country. This series, which was conducted in 45 galleries in 11 cities in 8 states in 2008, is raising funds for the Obama campaign.
This year the Series will be hosted at galleries in several cities, including Washington, New York, San Francisco, and Los Angeles. The next receptions in Washington, DC will be held simultaneously at 6pm-10pm on Saturday, September 8, in Georgetown at the MOCA Gallery, the Parish Gallery, the Alla Rogers Gallery, and the Winter Palace Studio. On Monday, September 24 there will be another reception in Georgetown at the Addison/Ripley Gallery. At each reception guests can buy art and contribute to the Obama campaign.
"I am so grateful to the many volunteers, artists, and gallery owners across the country who have been donating their time and talent to make the Art for Obama Reception Series so successful," said Bruce McBarnette, who is president of Summit Connection LLC, a real estate investment company. Bruce McBarnette is well known for hosting charitable social events in Washington, DC for causes ranging from the homeless to disaster relief.
"A good number of people have been reaching out to us on the internet and that has allowed the Series to have a presence in many different places," said Devlin Francis, owner of Cryptic Vision, the company providing website design and internet support for the Art for Obama Receptions Series.
Pictures are available upon request.
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