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Kim Hassold's 'Rock and Roses' exhibit celebrates Rose Ball

STAFF REPORTS
Published on Friday, August 25, 2017

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Rose-themed art created by Greenville artist Kim Hassold.
 

Rose-themed art created by Greenville artist Kim Hassold.

 



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A special art exhibit, “Rock and Roses”, will open at The Rock House Antiques in Greenville on Thursday, Sept. 7, from 5:30-7:30 p.m.

The exhibit features rose-themed art created by Greenville artist Kim Hassold, celebrating the Rose Ball, Greenville’s longest-running community event.

Hassold has created a 36-inch by 36-inch painting for which she will donate all proceeds to benefit Bon Secours St. Francis and 14 local charities that the Rose Ball supports. Guests will have a chance to register to win the piece only if they attend. Other rose-themed art painted by Hassold will be available for purchase that evening.

“I love the Rose Ball and all that it means to our community,” Hassold said. “I so enjoyed creating these works of art especially for this event, and it will be my pleasure to donate to such a worthy cause and to know that someone will go home with a painting to remember this night.”

Wine and appetizers will accompany the “Rock & Roses” exhibit at The Rock House Antiques, which is located at 415 Mauldin Road.

The 24th Rose Ball will take place on Sept. 15 at the Poinsett Club.

 

 

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