Paint the Town Patron Party
A Private Soirée
Thursday, September 20, 5:30-7:30 p.m.
Business attire, remarks at 6:00
Sponsors at the Sapphire level and above will be guests at the very special Sunset Hills home of Marny and John Sherman. Join Saint Luke's leadership, physicians, corporate partners and close supporters while a soulful ensemble provides the backdrop to a speakeasy style social. Mingle with friends old and new while savoring delicious bites, and interact with some unique KC artists. Don't miss this exclusive intersection of elements that will result in one of your most memorable Kansas City evenings.
Look at our featured artists below. Their work will be available for purchase this evening with 20% of the proceeds being donated to Paint the Town.
The Patron Party is a special benefit to sponsors at the Sapphire level and above. Click on "Become a Sponsor" on the left-hand menu. For more information, please contact Christina Eldridge, 816-932-6923 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Co-chairs Robin & Scott Boswell, Kate & John Mitchell, Jr., and
Sheila & J. Aaron Grantham, MD invite you to join them at the
Paint the Town Patron Party!
Patron Party Artists-in-Residence
Phenomenal Kansas City soul singer Julia Haile will perform with Enrique Chi, Tim Braun
and Juan-Carlos Chaurand.
Jeweler, painter and Paint the Town committee member Garnet Griebel designed
"Anatomical Heart" in honor of her mother, who passed away from a heart attack. She donates
proceeds from her sales to Saint Luke's Muriel I. Kauffman Women's Heart Center, and includes
education about the warning signs of women's heart disease to her customers.
Jennifer Rivera is a Kansas City abstract expressionist painter who works primarily with acrylics
on canvas. Known for edgy and emotionally evocative abstract paintings,
she often employs the use of texture, bold strokes, and rich colors in her work.
Glass jewelry maker Kari Heybrock says, "Each piece of jewelry that I create has a great story
along with great beauty, and, in a world of mass production, fast food, and convenience, it is a reminder
that the purpose of art is to bring truth and beauty into our everyday lives.
Photographer Tom Styrkowicz evolved from a worldwide fashion photographer into a well-known Kansas City artist,
capturing the essence of his muse's personality. All guests at the Patron Party are invited to have their photo taken with Tom.