Join hands with local artists, builders, interior decorators and art enthusiasts at the Home is Where the Art is Silent Auction benefiting HomeAid Houston. Already, this auction is amazing and we have over 30 artists involved. Items include, including an Apple TV, designer bag from The Elizabeth Purpich Collection, a chocolate fountain from Cosmic Creature Chocolate and specialty cosmetic sessions with Dr. Suhyan An at the Campbell Medical Clinic. French painter Isabelle Dupuy will exhibit, "Dreams of Colorful Lilies" and folk art sensation Kiki Neumann, will create a custom piece to honor HomeAid. Other artists include, Ken Hudson, Heather Jones Taylor, Rachel Goodman and Nesreen Hussain Alawami.

Homelessness affects everyone. HomeAid Houston, a charitable 501(c)(3) non-profit organization sponsored by the Greater Houston Builders Association (GHBA), identifies long-term, stable homeless care providers who need additional capacity and then, pairs them with GHBA builders, remodelers, vendors and suppliers who donate their time, materials and labor to help build hope and homes for the homeless. By attending and bidding at the Home is Where the Art is Silent Auction, you will help raise the needed funds to build six new shelters in the Houston area.

Hosted by Hardy & Nance Studios, attendees will gain VIP access to bid on exclusive artwork and luxury in-kind donations from local merchants, including concert tickets, gift baskets and spa retreats.

Free to the public. Food and beverages provided and, plenty of complimentary parking available.

Call for Artists, in-kind donation consideration and more information can be found on the Facebook event page https://www.facebook.com/events/1448545978498748/


Hardy & Nance Studios is Wheelchair Accessible

Going East on I-10, take the McKee/Hardy/Nance Street Exit.  (The very first one after the 'Downtown' exit.)  Continue straight ahead on the off ramp one block to the first stop sign, we are right in front of you to your left.

902 Hardy StHoustonTX 77020, USA


Hardy & Nance Street Studios is located in Houston's Historic Downtown Art Warehouse District,  
902 Hardy Street, Houston, TX 77020.

Plenty of free street parking is available and the event is free and open to the public.
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