The new greeting among Houstonians after the first pleasantries is "how did you do during Harvey?" Throughout the Houston area, the devastation is widespread. At Arden's, we were some of the fortunate. We sustained minimal damage and our extended family of employees remained safe and dry.
However, as Houstonians, all of us are impacted. We all feel the keen loss to our community. It is going to take years and all of us pulling together to get our friends, family, neighbors, and community back home.
It is important to those of us at Arden's to find a way of giving back to the city that has supported us since 1959. The Arden's Family
With that in mind, it is important to those of us at Arden's to find a way of giving back to the city that has supported us since 1959.
I am honored to announce that,through the generosity of our artists and employees, we will be hosting a fine art prints' sale with ALL proceeds donated to the Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund started by Mayor Sylvester Turner and County Judge Ed Emmett.
The prints for sale are by a variety of artists working in different styles and mediums. What they have in common is that they are inspired by a hopeful message post-Harvey.
Many of the artists have also generously volunteered that all or a portion of the sale of the original go to the relief efforts as well.
In addition to the print sale, a minimum 5% of the proceeds from all art sold at Arden's through the end of 2017 will go to the same fund. With some special pieces, we will donate as much as 100% to the fund. Come in to see our selection.
If you or someone you know was impacted by the recent storm and flooding, please let us know if there is any way we may be of assistance. We have already begun working with clients on art restoration and re-framing. Our hearts go out to everyone effected and if we can help to lessen the burden in any way please let us know.
Amanda Hoak, Gallery Director