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A weekend of fine ART, FOOD, WINE, FASHION & HOMES benefiting ART programs for Santa Fe’s youth

Food nourishes the body; art feeds the soul. When the two come together in ARTfeast, participants are enriched in countless ways. ARTfeast is an epicurean’s delight and a collector’s paradise with artworks by prominent professional artists and “upcoming young artists” auctioned throughout the weekend.

Tickets at artfeast.com, 505.603.4643, info@artfeast.com, 102 E. Water, Santa Fe, El Centro Mall.  Edible Art Tour tickets also available at participating galleries and ticketssantafe.com, Lensic Box Office, 505.988.1234.

Events

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 2011

Fashion Show & Luncheon

Underwritten by The Collector’s Guide

11:30 am – 2 pm, Inn at Loretto

$100, tables of ten $900, limited seating

Delectable dining prepared by Chef Matt Ostrander and fine wines set the stage for a runway presentation of apparel by Barbara Grimes of Gossamer Wings, Magita Story of Elven Velvet, Handwoven Originals, Alpine Sports, and Judy Tully Jewelry Designs.  Live and silent auctions include fashions, jewelry, painted bamboo bowls by New Mexico School for the Arts students, and a set of 12 “Marvelous Masks” plates by Kearny students guided by teacher Gretel Wanenmacher.

Gentlemen’s Lunch

Underwritten by Frontier Frames

11:30 am – 2 pm, Rio Chama Steakhouse

$100, tables of six $550, limited seating

Texas sports journalist Marjorie Lewis and former Cowboys player and coach Jim Jeffcoat  share locker-room secrets at this new event. Bid on silent auctions of balloon, golf, and fishing excursions. This memorable encounter includes menu selections by Chef Tom Kerpon, a visit to the Humidor cigar bar, and a sampling of beers and fine spirits poured by Jim McCabe of National Distributing.

Edible Art Tour  (see below for featured galleries and restaurants)

Underwritten by Santa Fean Magazine

5-8 pm, Canyon Road & Downtown, $35

Sample savories prepared by the city’s top restaurateurs, caterers, and chefs  at more than 40 of Santa Fe’s favorite galleries, which open their doors with special exhibitions. Shuttle buses transport ticketholders between Downtown and Canyon Road.

Feast or Famine

Underwritten by American Art Collector & Western Art Collector

8 pm – 2 am, Milagro 139

$15 or free with EAT ticket

Old Skool, Reggae, Electro, Hip-hop, and House music draw the over-21 crowd to the dance floor of Milagro 139 where the party includes a cash bar and music by DJs Maynard Del Mar, Joe Ray Sandoval, and King George.  You’ll enjoy complimentary hors d’oeuvres created by Milagro Chef Fernando Ruiz and co-host Coyote Cafe Chef Eric DiStefano.

SATURDAY AND SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 26-27

Art of Homes Tour

Underwritten by Santa Fe Properties, Exclusive Affiliate of Christie’s Great Estates

12 – 4 pm,  free admission

Much has been written about Santa Fe’s distinctive architecture, which is often hidden behind warm adobe walls.  The Art of Homes is a self-guided tour taking you behind the walls into grand estates and charming casitas selected by Santa Fe Properties.  Each home is tastefully appointed with art chosen by Golden Dawn Gallery, Karan Ruhlen Gallery, Lakind Fine Art, Transcendence Design Contemporary, Victoria Price Design, Vivo Contemporary, The William & Joseph Gallery, artworks by SFPS art teachers, and metal sculptures by Santa Fe High School students inspired by teacher Al Trujillo and underwritten by Inside Santa Fe.

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 26

Gourmet Dinner & Auction Honoring Rebecca Tobey

Underwritten by Southwest Art, Los Alamos National Bank, and Mary & Robert Harbour

6 pm, Encantado Resort

$175, tables of ten $1,500, limited seating

ARTsmart proudly recognizes Santa Fe sculptor Rebecca Tobey during this multi-course banquet created by Amavi Chef Megan Tucker, La Casa Sena Chef Patrick Gharrity, Max’s Chef Mark Connell, Rio Chama Chef Tom Kerpon, and coordinated by Terra Chef Charles Dale. Fine wines accompany each course. During the live auction, collectors vie for a sculpture by Tobey and a set of 12  “Planets to the Max” plates created by Ramirez-Thomas students guided by teacher Elaine Kidd. Silent auction items include the winners of the “I Made It!” plate competition and decorative tiles created by Capital and Santa Fe high school students mentored by Tobey. Shuttle buses transport ticketholders from the downtown Hilton to this magical place in the Sangre de Cristo foothills.

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 27

Artists’ Champagne Brunch & Auction

Underwritten by The Essential Guide

11:30 am – 2 pm, Bishop’s Lodge

$75, tables of ten $750, limited seating

Champagne and brunch by Chef Helmut Sussenbach celebrate ARTfeast’s grand finale. Live bidding  electrifies the atmosphere for artworks by more than 20 artists, including Susan Romaine (Peterson-Cody), Matthew Higginbotham (Waxlander), Jean Wells (David Richards Contemporary), John Axton & Barry McCuan (Ventana), Eric Reinemann (GF Contemporary), Dan Bodelson (Joe Wade), Aleta Pippin and Barbara Meikle (Pippin Meikle). Bidders also vie for a set of 12 “Birds of a Feather” plates by Carlos Gilbert and Acequia Madre students guided by teacher Katy Hees. The silent auction is a bonanza of sculptures, paintings, jewelry, haute cuisine, and travel packages. Shuttle buses transport ticketholders from Downtown to this historic retreat.

EAT GALLERIES & RESTAURANTS

DOWNTOWN

Arlene Siegel Gallery & The Pantry Restaurant, 102 E. Water St., 986.5822

Blue Rain Gallery & Red Sage Restaurant at Buffalo Thunder Resort, 130 Lincoln Ave., Ste. D, 954.9902

The Chmar Gallery & Jambo Cafe, 125 Lincoln Ave., Ste. 114, 992.1491

David Richard Contemporary & Cowgirl BBQ, 130 Lincoln Ave., Ste. D, 983.1284

Evoke Contemporary & Il Piatto Cucina Italiana, 130 Lincoln Ave., 995.9902

Galerie Zuger & Dinner for Two, 120 W. San Francisco St., 984.5099

Golden Dawn Gallery & Galisteo Bistro, 202 Galisteo St., 988.2024

Heidi Loewen Porcelain Gallery & Koi Restaurant, 315 Johnson St., 988.2225

Joe Wade Fine Art & El Farol, 102 E. Water St., 988.2727

Kiva Fine Art & Cowgirl, 102 E. Water St., 820.7413

Legacy Santa Fe & Pizzeria da Lino, 142 Lincoln Ave., 988.5866

Museum of Contemporary Native Arts/Lloyd Kiva New Gallery at MoCNA & Anasazi Restaurant at the Inn of the Anasazi, 108 Cathedral Pl., 983.1777

Niman Fine Art & Santacafé, 125 Lincoln Ave., 988.5091

Sage Creek Gallery & El Milagro, 200 Old Santa Fe Trail, 988.3444

Signature Gallery & The Pantry Restaurant, 102 E. Water St., 983.1050

Singleton-Biss Museum of Fine Art & Sleeping Dog Tavern, 112 W. San Francisco St., 995.9713

CANYON ROAD

Arroyo Santa Fe & Zia Diner, 241 Delgado St., 988.1002

Charles Azbell Gallery, 203B Gallery & Del Charro Saloon at Inn of the Governors, 203A Canyon, 988.1875, 992.0333

Darnell Fine Art & The Club at Quail Run, 640 Canyon, 984.0840

GF Contemporary & Whole Foods Market Catering, 707 Canyon, 983.3707

Giacobbe Fritz Fine Art & Rooftop Pizzeria, 702 Canyon, 986.1156

InArt Santa Fe & La Boca, 219 Delgado St., 983.6537

Jane Sauer Gallery & La Plazuela at LaFonda, 652 Canyon, 995.8513

Mark White Fine Art & Max’s, 414 Canyon, 982.2073

McLarry Fine Art & Harry’s Roadhouse, 225 Canyon, 988.1161

Meyer Gallery & Restaurant Martin, 225 Canyon, 983.1434

NuArt Gallery & La Casa Sena, 670 Canyon, 988.3888

Pippin-Meikle Fine Art & Maria’s New Mexican Kitchen, 236 Delgado St., 992.0400

River Trading Post & Josh’s Barbeque, 610B Canyon, 982.2805

Silver Sun Santa Fe & Dish n’ Spoon Cafe, 656 Canyon, 983.8743

Turner Carroll Gallery & El Farol, 725 Canyon, 986.9800

Ventana Fine Art & Guadalupe Café, 400 Canyon, 983.8815

Vivo Contemporary & Jinja Bar & Bistro, 725 Canyon, 982.1320

Waxlander Gallery & Terra at Encantado Resort, 622 Canyon, 984.2202

Wiford Gallery & Luminaria at Inn at Loretto, 403 Canyon , 982.2403

The William and Joseph Gallery & Kakawa Chocolate House, 727 Canyon, 982.9404

Winterowd Fine Art & Amaya at Hotel Santa Fe, 701 Canyon, 992.8878

Zaplin-Lampert Gallery & Osteria d’Assisi, 651 Canyon, 982.6100