The Duluth Fine Arts League’s “Arts at Twilight” brought enthusiastic community arts supporters together for an elegant “Evening in Paris” soiree Saturday (July 14).
Nearly twice the number of anticipated guests attended the event at Hardeman Fine Art Glass Studio, and the crowd overflowed onto the Main Street sidewalk in front of the studio and the Duluth Town Green in the rear.
The Parisian-themed evening provided an opportunity for the women to don berets and chic fashions.
Guests entered under an elaborate door frame created by Grey Eaton of Focal Point Kitchens and Baths, sipped wine and champagne, sampled upscale cuisine by Proof of the Pudding, and admired Ken Hardeman’s stained glass art and collectibles.
Duluth Mayor Nancy Harris, founder and president of DFAL, welcomed the 300 guests wearing a gray beret.
Wire replicas of the Eiffel Tower topped food displays. Dining tables scattered throughout the studio
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