Posts tagged #John Galan

#FlashbackFriday to last weeks' Family Paint Night!

We had a great time last Friday at Family Paint Night! See some photos below from the event.

Join us next month on Friday, October 4th from 6-8:30p

Theme and flyer coming soon!

Quick Draw: Artists in Action - Saturday, May 19th

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Silent Auction  -  Art Sale -  Raffle  -  Music

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Art Trek's first fundraising event. We invited local artists to participate  who are able to complete the artwork in the allotted time and have fun with the process.

Our artists will welcome interaction with guests throughout the evening. We will have live music, food, drinks, silent auction items, and beautiful works of art for sale.

Our friends at National Charity League will be assisting in the kitchen for the evening and helping us serve too. This is truly a community event like no other. We are excited to see the vision come to fruition and look we look forward to producing this event as an annual evening people will look forward to attending. 

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Sponsorship Levels:

Distinguished: $2,000.00

Classic: $1,000.00

Inspired: $500.00

Visionary: $250.00



Quick Draw Sponsorships
from 350.00
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Proceeds from this event will support our commitment to serving these partner organizations:

The Reveal! Mural at Many Mansions: Shadow Hills Apartments

The day has arrived - the reveal!

Many Mansions commissioned Art Trek to design and paint a mural at one of their newly remodeled properties in Thousand Oaks, CA. After a lot of hard work and dedication spanning the month of November, John Galan, artist and teacher, along with his assistant and fellow artist Alyna Carter, the mural was complete. Spanning the entire side of an apartment building, the scene is unforgettable. The mural represents the residence of Shadow Hills - a tight knit and bold community of many different backgrounds who over the years have become close friends, even family. Colorful homes decorate the mountainside, as cobblestone streets pave the boardwalk and delicately painted boats sit in the water on the docks. This scenery represents home and community.