Tamarian has announced a fundraising raffle in partnership with local non-profit Moveable Feast with all proceeds going to help fight hunger in their community.
This beautiful 8'x10' design, 'Almanac' by area artist and friend Annie Howe represents the seasons and moon cycles as we orbit the sun and is presented in an amazing heirloom quality valued at $10,000 that will last for generations of use. Tickets can be purchased from the Moveable Feast website (https://bit.ly/rug-raffle) for $20 each between now and midnight on November 24, 2020. Participants are encouraged to purchase as many tickets as they like to increase their chances on winning and support this important cause at a crucial time for people in need. The raffle winner will be announced on November 25.
About Moveable Feast
Moveable Feast serves people who live at the intersection between critical illness and food insecurity. We provide healthy, home- delivered meals with individualized nutritional counseling, at no cost, to improve the health and quality of life of those we serve. Our service area includes Baltimore City, the five surrounding counties, and the entire Eastern Shore of Maryland. In 2019 we delivered 656,158 meals to 4,365 neighbors in need.
About Annie Howe
Annie Howe is a Baltimore based papercut artist. Her intricate papercuts are used for a variety of projects including illustration, surface design and three-dimensional work. She is a graduate of Maryland Institute College of Art. Select Clients Include: Terrain, Oxmoor House Publishing, Adaptive Studios, Art Partners Group, Visit Baltimore, Great Arrow Graphics, Wee Bee Box, Waxing Kara, Live Baltimore, Chesapeake Shakespeare Theater, Union Craft Brewery, Lora Hotel, Country Living Magazine. Her work has been featured in: Making Magazine, Southern Living Magazine, Baltimore Magazine, Cottage Journal, Country Living Magazine, Baltimore City Paper. Her work is in many private collections across the country.