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"Art is the daughter of freedom" -Fredrich Schiller

Join us for a fun and fabulous art sale and silent auction. This is a community-wide event. Together, through the sale of artistic pieces, we can help heal and restore broken lives.

 

Works range in price from $25 to over $2,000 accommodating all tastes and budgets, including pottery, sculpture, jewelry, and woodwork. Also available will be a wide array of wall art, ranging from adorable pieces that would be great in a kids room up to phenomenal examples of fine art any collector would be proud to own.

 

 

 

 

All proceeds from this sale benefit OneVoiceHome, a West Texas based nonprofit developing a residential shelter for underage girls rescued from sex trafficking in our region.

 

 

OneVoiceHome welcomes you to team up with us as we strive toward FREEDOM through Art Featuring pieces by numerous local and nationally renowned artists: • JoBeth Gilliam • Lisa Gregg • Greg Goodnight • Carrie Ann Harris • Debbie Hornsby • Carol C. Howell • Dyan Newton • Sam Oswald • Traci Payne November 3, 2017 | 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM Trinity Central at Trinity Church | 7002 Canton Ave Lubbock, Texas Free Admission (donations to the OneVoiceHome graciously accepted) light refreshments available | entertainment by Greg Goodnight/ harp and classical guitar • Fabian Araiza • Toni Arnett • Glen Austell • Janelle Barrington • David Bondt • Bryan Burk • Andrew Carrizales • Jackie Cruse • Juan Cruz • Tammy Lynn Penn • Erika Pochybova • David L. Puga • James C. Watkins • Garland Weeks • Haley Worley • M. Carla Wright • Kenneth Wyatt • Mary Zias

Also featuring several pieces by the infamous Red Skelton.

 Don't miss this collection.

To learn more about human trafficking, including its growth into West Texas, as well as to read about the vision for the OneVoiceHome residential shelter for minor victims:




 

Email:   onevoicehome@gmail.com

 

Phone:  806-429-2192

© 2015 OneVo!ce. All Rights Reserved.

"When Garland discovered that girls her age were being exploited, she realized she had two choices: remain silent and uninvolved, or do something. We as parents try to instill values in our children that call for action when wrongs are seen. Garland chose to act and her dad (Dr. Scott Spore) and I are proud. Her vision was an art show that evolved into The Art of Freedom, a sale of beautiful art that will benefit the OneVoiceHome. Together, we can all change the future of girls who deserve better." -Quote by Tracee Spore, mother of Garland Spore

The Art of Freedom is a nonprofit event that raises awareness of the scourge of human trafficking and works to bring healing and empowerment to local survivors. All proceeds and donations from this event will be distributed to the OneVoiceHome, a local nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to developing a residential safe home for underage girls rescued from bondage. All donations are tax deductible as allowed by law.