Champagne and Chocolate
A wearable art show and sweets from Glacier Confection were highlights of what is Living Arts’ only major annual fundraiser.
Chris Henson, Living Arts staff member, and artist Danielle Wyman, Champagne and Chocolate committee member
Candice Manzer Photography/Jessica Karin Photography
Approximately 300 guests experienced the bold sights, sounds and tastes of Champagne and Chocolate on Nov. 18 at Living Arts of Tulsa.
A wearable art show and sweets from Glacier Confection were highlights of what is Living Arts’ only major annual fundraiser. Food and beverages were provided by Heirloom Rustic Ales, K and J Liquor, Cabin Boys Brewery, Antoinette Baking Co., Bramble Breakfast and Bar/Tallgrass Tulsa, The Reserve at Grogg’s Green Barn, Bread and Butter Kitchen and Bakery, and Cherry Street Kitchen.
Matthew Magerkurth, Calliope Youth Circus, Vashonda Sherra, Tony B and Phetote Mshairi entertained patrons.
Patron Quinton Marcellis
Artist Slim Cook with his work
Living Arts board member Dustin Thames, patron Christy Craig and Living Arts board member Lydia Moore