SOURCE: Steve Anderson Photography & Galleries

November 13, 2006 16:54 ET

Steve Anderson Photography & Galleries Hosts "Artrageous!", a Holiday Art and Jewelry Exhibit Benefiting the Combat Blindness Foundation and the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, Orange

County

Orange County Artists Jonathan Good and Henny McClymont and Chicago Jewelry Designer Cheena Chandra Will Display Their Work at the Dec. 2 Reception and Exhibit

COSTA MESA, CA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- November 13, 2006 -- Steve Anderson Photography & Galleries will play host to "Artrageous!" on Dec. 2, 2006 showcasing fine artists Jonathan Good and Henny McClymont and jewelry designer Cheena Chandra. All proceeds from event ticket sales and 10 percent of the art and jewelry sales will benefit the Madison, Wis.-based Combat Blindness Foundation and the Orange County chapter of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF).

WHO

--  Irvine resident Good returns to Steve Anderson's gallery for a second
    exhibit. His Abstract Expressionist style is influenced by textures, music
    and politics. Outside of the art world, Good furthers his creativity as
    chief executive officer of WunderMarx, a public relations and branding
    agency serving the innovation economy. His work can be viewed at
    www.jonathangood.com.
    
--  German-born artist and former orthopedic technician, McClymont shows a
    delicate appreciation of the human form through her intensive studies of
    anatomy. It was while studying at Orange County's Saddleback College that
    she rediscovered her love and talent for art. Her work also will be on
    display at Steve Anderson's beginning Nov. 3. To preview her work, go to
    www.hennymcclymont.com.
    
--  Cheena is an acclaimed jewelry designer whose pieces have been
    featured in top-rated fashion magazines and publications, such as the
    September 2006 issue of In Style and the November 2006 issue of Lucky. The
    Indian-born designer strikes a balance between her Eastern aesthetic
    representative of the culture to which she was born and the Western style
    that influences her day-to-day life in the United States. Her jewelry has
    been worn by Grammy winners, Alicia Keys and Brandy, and acclaimed actress,
    Hope Davis. Informal modeling rounds out Cheena's presentation at the
    event. Preview Cheena's jewelry at www.cheenachandra.com.
    
WHAT

This exhibit is part of a series of charitable events and art exhibits held at Steve Anderson Photography & Galleries. Learn more about his work at www.steveandersonphotography.com.

WHY

As a means to further the Orange County art scene, gallery owner Anderson is proud to display the creations of local artists. He designed his gallery as an intimate venue to create an atmosphere idea for socializing, giving both the displayed art and art viewer ample space. The artists selected Combat Blindness Foundation, which focuses on ending the suffering of those afflicted with blindness, and JDRF, which focuses on finding a cure for type 1 diabetes. For more information on each charity, visit www.combatblindness.org and www.jdrf.org.

WHEN

7 to 11 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 2

WHERE

Steve Anderson Photography & Galleries, 3545 Harbor Gateway South Suite 101, Costa Mesa, Calif.

COST and REGISTRATION

This event is open to the public. The cost is $25 for those who pre-register by calling 714-862-1112, ext. 207, or e-mailing Artrageous@wundermarx.com. The cost is $30 at the door.

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