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An Exhibition Of Healing Through Art: A Benefit

Sip champagne and enjoy hors d'oeuvres while viewing the inspiring artwork and compelling healing story of artist Kyle Willows.

All proceeds from the event benefit a fund for the artist's recent transplant fund. Tickets are $40 in advance, or $45 at the door.

Also enjoy:

- Silent auction of original works by the artist
- Raffle of products and gift cards from our generous donors - Tickets $5 each or 5 for $20
- Door Prizes
- Prints of some pieces will also be available for purchase.

About the Artist...
Artist Kyle Willows is more aware than most of the power art holds, both for the creator, and those appreciating the creation. Kyle was diagnosed at age 2 with type one diabetes, a potentially life-threatening, incurable illness that meant a life time of finger pricks, insulin shots, dietary restrictions, doctors appointments, and hospital visits.
After 25 years of living with this condition, he contracted a severe case of pneumonia and was hospitalized. The pneumonia ravaged his body, already weakened by the diabetes, and Kyle went into kidney failure, and landed him in dialysis four hours a day, three days a week. His only hope would be a transplant, but he needed to be able to get on the list first.
Unfortunately, due to some other health complications, including losing his vision completely in one eye, and most in the other, he was denied being placed on the list for three years. Fortunately, this past July Kyle finally made the list, and received not just a kidney, but a new pancreas as well, curing his type 1 diabetes.

Throughout it all, art has been a huge part of Kyle's life, helping him to express his emotions and cope with his conditions. Hes also always been one to use his art to help others, giving it away to those he cares about to bring joy.

We could think of no better way to help raise funds as the tremendous health care costs continue to add up for Kyle and his family during the long recovery period, including a recent re-hospitalization for a surgical complication, than to share Kyle's work with the public and spread the joy it brings even further.

You can learn more about Kyle's story on GoFundMe at, and donate if unable to attend.