The second annual Artorama convenes on Nov. 2, in the home of artist and curator Vicki Bruner, who lives in the downtown Richmond Dairy condos at 401 Brook Road. The artists will be on hand from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. The event is free.
The group includes portraitist and writer Louis Briel, sculptor and painter Kate Horne, printmaker foust, mixed-media artist Cris Pool, sculptor Clifford Earl, and ceramic and wood sculptors Debbie and Donna Rogers, who have exhibited their works internationally. Part of the proceeds from art sales will go to the Richmond SPCA.
"We're going to be using my big terrace, so we'll have work inside and out," says Bruner, who curates the art at Tarrant's Café. Younger artists will be exhibiting work in front of the building, and the SPCA will have animals available for adoption.
"People would much rather come to the home of an artist than go to a gallery. It's a lot more intimate," Bruner says. For more information, call 387-7089.