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Art on the Avenue Model Stephanie Long shows off Violet Peacock’s design while posing with Dianne Webb
Model Stephanie Long shows off Violet Peacock's hat and clothing designs while posing with Dianne Webb. Photo by Carlos Gonzalez
 Chris and Kendall Hanno at Art on the Avenue
Chris and Kendall Hanno. Photo by Carlos Gonzalez
Over 500 pieces of artwork and jewelry were available for bid at Art on the Avenue
Over 500 pieces of artwork and jewelry were up for bids at Art on the Avenue. Photo by Carlos Gonzalez
Whisk Crepes Cafe
Designer Kelly Buckner poses with Mai Le, who is wearing Buckner's wearable art jewelry. Photo courtesy of Whisk
GONZO247 creates a special piece of work live for attendees using his signature style at the Art on the Avenue Preview party.
GONZO247 creates a special piece of artwork live at the Art on the Avenue fundraiser. Photo by John Lewis
Marie Caplan, Mary Lawler and Beth Wolff at Art on The Avenue
Marie Caplan, Mary Lawler and Beth Wolff. Photo by Carlos Gonzalez
Carl Trovallo, Brian Anderson, Meredith Kendrick take a moment from bidding on artwork to pose for a photo at the 19th annual Art on the Avenue
Carl Trovallo, Brian Anderson, Meredith Kendrick. Photo by Carlos Gonzalez
Hayley Perez and Tara Quell enjoy the diverse collection of artwork at the 19th annual Art on the Avenue Preview Party
Hayley Perez, Tara Quell. Photo by John Lewis
Mayor Annise Parker welcome guests and discusses the impact of the funding garnered from Art on the Avenue
Mayor Annise Parker discusses the impact of funds raised at Art on the Avenue to provide low-cost housing for artists. Photo by John Lewis