Holiday Benefit Show at JAM Gallery: November 5, 2014 - January 4, 2015

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Description: HOLIDAY BENEFIT EXHIBITION NOVEMBER 5, 2014 through JANUARY 4, 2015 20% OF SALES GOES TO RYERSS FARM FOR AGED & RESCUED HORSES THE BENEFIT SHOW FEATURES AN ANIMAL THEME SECOND SATURDAY RECEPTIONS NOVEMBER 8, 3-8 PM (EXTENDED HOURS) DECEMBER 13, 5-8 PM THIRD THURSDAY MALVERN STROLL NOVEMBER 20, 5-8 PM DECEMBER 18, 5-8 PM FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC HOLIDAY BENEFIT EXHIBITION JAM Gallery spruces up the gallery for the festive winter months with its Holiday Benefit Exhibition, which runs November 5, 2014 through January 4, 2015. Second Saturday receptions will be on November 8 with extended hours from 3 to 8 PM and December 13 from 5 to 8 PM. These receptions are free and open to the public and feature complimentary refreshments as well as a chance to meet and chat with some of the artists in the show. There will also be a silent auction at the opening reception on November 8 (details below). In addition to the public reception, JAM will also take part in the town-wide Third Thursday Malvern Stroll on November 20 and December 18. During the stroll, the Gallery will feature extended hours until 8 PM as well as complimentary refreshments and special events from 5-8 PM. During the the Holiday Benefit Exhibition, 20 percent of all sales will benefit Ryerss Farm, a Pottstown based home for aged, abused or injured horses. According to the organization, the horses at Ryerss are never worked, go to auction or are used for experiments. They simply spend their days grazing and enjoying life with their friends, as part of the herd. For more information on Ryerss, please go to JAM Gallery owner Melanie Fisher, who has three miniature horses of her own, chose to work with Ryerss to be a part of the benefit show because, “I became interested in Ryerss Horse Farm after acquiring two miniature horses (who later produced a foal.) There are a number of minis in the rural area of my home, which my husband and I have long admired. When I heard from my friend Nancy Schwab that Ryerss Horse Farm has worked with miniature horses, I thought that the farm could give me some additional pointers on the care of them. Visiting Ryerss Horse Farm was a wonderful experience. I met all of the horses, and learned of their touching stories. At Ryerss, the animals are treated with respect, kindness, and affection. The staff is both knowledgeable and insightful of the importance of rescue and retirement. Theirs is truly a worthy and vital cause.” The Holiday Benefit Exhibition, which will feature an animal theme, will display artwork by both resident JAM Gallery artists Fisher and Lynnette Shelley as well as original works by artists Elizabeth Ayerle, Emelyn Shea, Eric Fausnacht, Linda Saboe, Daisy Cohen, Rinal Parikh, Leander Fontaine, Olga Nielsen, Wendy Edsall-Kerwin, Karen Kieser, Carla Lombardi, Kristen Egan, Jennifer Domal, Rose Manteghian, and Doug Mott. All works is for sale. SILENT AUCTION West Chester-based egg artist Jennifer Domal will create a special equine-themed acid-etched and inked emu egg that will be a part of a silent auction at the opening night of the show. There will be a bid sheet by the artwork with a minimum bid requirement. Whoever has the highest bid by the end of the reception will take home Domal’s artwork For more information on JAM Gallery and its artists go to

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