Charity Art Show to Benefit Pediatric Cancer

Charity Art Show to Benefit Pediatric Cancer

An artist at the Pendleton Art Center in Cincinnati, Carol MacConnell has created an art sale to benefit the Dragonfly Foundation. MacConnell has a longstanding connection with the Dragonfly Foundation. Christine Neitzke, founder of Dragonfly was a collector and friend before her son’s diagnosis of Hodgkin’s Lymphoma at age 12; infact, she was actually in Carol’s studio when the doctor’s calls started coming.

Four years ago, MacConnell developed a fundraising event called “6x6” featuring miniworks created by artists with all of the proceeds benefiting The Dragonfly Foundation. This year, MacConnell reinvented the event slightly, with the help of a generous donation by fellow PAC artist, James Reynolds. This year’s Dragonfly Foundation Art Sale will offer an opportunity for supporters to purchase pieces of fine art for a set price based on size. The sizes and prices are as follows; 

  • 4”x4”   $20

  • 4”x10”   $40

  • 10”x10”    $80

  • 10”x22”   $160

This unique opportunity to purchase custom art at such competitive pricing is perfect for those looking to begin their collection or those hunting for a perfect unique gift.

MacConnell’s support for the Dragonfly Foundation runs deep. The annual Dragonfly Gala theme was inspired by a 66x48 painting MacConnell donated to the cause - a painting with now proudly hangs in the Dragonfly Foundation headquarters. 

Don’t miss the Dragonfly Art Sale on Friday, October 29th, from 5 until 9 pm during Final Friday at the PAC.Valet parking available.

Carol MacConnell is a passionate and creative artist and entrepreneur who’s heart centered philanthropy gives back to children and their families battling pediatric cancer.

CELL: (513) 256-4966

The Dragonfly Foundation

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