Art lovers from across the East End (and beyond) turned out to support East End Arts at its 2014 Spring gala. "ARTworks" was held on May 17, 2014 at the Sea Star Ballroom in Riverhead, NY. The benefit raised funds to assist the non-profit arts organization.

The evening included a live and silent auction featuring art, performance art by Charlene Lanzel and music by the Trevor Davison 10-piece Swing Band and East End Arts student ensembles. The evening honored Içim & Mark Miller of Miller Environmental Group.

Artists contributing work include Jane Freilicher, Ed Haugevik, Hans Van de Bovenkamp, Jake Rajs, Steve Berger and others.

To see some of the fun, check out the Slide Show:

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Vito Gentile, Maria Daddino, Peter Beston, and Pat Snyder, East End Arts’ Executive Director. Photo: Lenny Stucker / lennystucker.com

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usy silent auction during cocktail hour at East End Arts’ ARTworks Gala. Photo: Lenny Stucker / lennystucker.com

usy silent auction during cocktail hour at East End Arts’ ARTworks Gala. Photo: Lenny Stucker / lennystucker.com

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Charlene Lanzel, international performance artist, at the East End Arts 2014 Gala. Photo Credit: Mike from Jim Lennon Photography / jimlennon.com

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BASIC FACTS: East End Arts fosters the arts and artists through a diverse slate of programming and learning opportunities in the visual, performing and musical arts. In addition, they assist and help enrich area communities by providing ways to incorporate art into daily life. Their art galleries presents changing exhibitions that are open to members and non-members. A few of their signature annual events include Live on the Vine winter concert series, the Harvest Gospel Concert Series, the Community Mosaic and the Teeny Awards.

East End Arts can be found at 133 East Main Street, Riverhead, NY 11901. www.eastendarts.org.

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