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Pennello Steps Out with a Gallery Show at Skylight’s Penthouse

5/13/2016

Skylight Financial Group is delighted to be partnering with Little Italy’s Pennello Gallery to host a gallery show on Thursday May 19th.  The event to be held on Skylight’s magnificent rooftop, is free and will feature contemporary American, Canadian and Israeli Fine Arts and Crafts.  Celebrating both international, national and local talent, the show will commence at 5.30pm until 7.30pm and will include a happy hour and music.   A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Skylight Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Skylight Financial Group which supports other non-profit and charitable organizations in Ohio and works to change lives for good.

Mark Owens, Director of Marketing said, “Being at the heart of our community is so important to Skylight.  We are dedicated to supporting local businesses and want to play our part in the revitalization of Cleveland.  We are really looking forward to bringing the Pennello Gallery, which is located in the authentic and vibrant neighborhood of Little Italy, to our penthouse.” 

Please see the attached flyer for further information.  If you are interested in attending, please RSVP via the Facebook event page

Artists on views are:

- Ella Almog
- Dan Barry
- Sara & Zach Bright
- Erin Crowley
- Charlie Easton
- Yael Erlichman
- Scott Hunter
- Jacson Koch
- Howard Koverman
- Barbara Krupp
- Orlando
- Sharon Pell
- Devin Reynolds
- Judy Sherman
- E. Jane Stoddard
- Jeremy Tugeau
- Emily Van Horn
- Rob Willams

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