An unusual fundraiser for the Steilacoom Historical Museum Foundation will wrap up Sunday, July 27 during the annual salmon bake at Sunnyside Beach in Steilacoom.
Brad Randall said orders for Carruth Studio artwork will continue to be taken through the salmon bake with proceeds going to the museum association. The fundraising goal is $3,000 of the nationally-known art studio work.
Randall said he has made arrangements with the Carruth Studio to offer the garden ornaments and sculpture pieces. He will be at the salmon bake on Sunnyside Beach in Steilacoom showing pieces and taking orders. Orders can also be placed at the Steilacoom Museum‚Äôs store through the end of the month.
Each piece is hand cast in stone and offers a lifetime guarantee, whether displayed indoors or out. The collection includes bird feeders, plaques and free-standing sculptural pieces. They range in price from $18 to $46, each sure to ‚ÄúPlant a Smile!‚Äù These ‚ÄúProudly made in the USA‚Äù designs will arrive in individual gift boxes.
The unusual pieces are the work of nationally-recognized Ohio sculptor George Carruth. The originality of his work has earned him commissions from the Washington National Cathedral, HGTV, the White House and several national retailers! These pieces have appeared in countless catalogs and craft galleries nationwide.
For additional information or to obtain a catalog, contact Brad Randall (253)584-2106 or by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.orgPrint This Post