Fundraiser: The Art of Love – Third Annual Plate Auction


Community Entry Services (CES) will host The Art of Love, third Annual Plate Auction on October 11thfeaturing Jackson’s renowned artists and their one-of-a-kind signature plates.

Crafted by Ceramist Sam Dowd, the plates will showcase the unique artwork of Addie Dore, Amy Ringholz, Anika Youcha, Arturo Garcia, Ben Roth, Bill Sawczuk, Borbay, Boughton Walden, Bronwyn Minton, Bryan Iguchi, Carrie Wild, David V. Gonzales, Deb Fox, Deb Penk, Diana Eden, Emily Boespflug, Greta Gretzinger, Jennifer Hoffman, Jenny Dowd, Joan Breckwoldt, John Alexander, Joe Arnold, Judith Dragonette, Kathryn Mapes Turner, Katy Fox, Kay Stratman, Linda St. Clair, Lisa Laurie, Mike Piggott, Nicole Gaitan, Roger Smith, Sam Dowd, Sarah Webber, September Vhay, Shannon Borrego, Shannon Marie Schacht, Stephanie Strickland, Tag Alakis, Taryn Boals, Tenley Thompson, Teresa Waterman, Todd Kosharek, and Travis Walker.

All artists volunteer their time and talent to create masterpieces that will be auctioned off during an elegant evening of hors d‘oeuvres, spirits, music, live entertainment and of course, spectacular art. CES is also very excited to present works from three talented high school art students including Emma Hamby, Grace Burroughs, and Lyla Kirkpatrick as well as plates from several CES participants.

We are proud to present this year’s Title Sponsor, Engel and Volker’s Jackson Hole and Gold Sponsor’s, First Western Trust, Hughes Charitable Foundation and Shaw Construction. Also sponsored by Senator Randolph and Robyne Townsend , Prugh Real Estate, Bank of Jackson Hole, Stillwater Brewery and Grill, Nest, Kismet Rug Gallery, Big R Ranch and Home, Willow Street Trust Company of WY, Rocky Mountain Yeti, and The NeVille Group. Food and spirits provided by Central Wyoming College, The Liquor Store of Jackson Hole, and Grand Teton Distillery.

Community Entry Services is a nonprofit organization that supports adults with intellectual disabilities and acquired brain injuries to maximize their independence and lead satisfying productive lives in Teton County. All money raised at this event will go towards supporting Jackson participants and programs.