Crooked Tree Arts Center's Renaissance, Baroque, Rococo, and Impressionist giving societies are invited to an exclusive opening celebration at Bonobo Winery on Old Mission Peninsula. Enjoy wine, hors d'oeuvres, stunning views, and shop the "small wonder" paintings by our featured artists!
"Small wonders" are paintings that are no larger than 8" on the longest side, and the small wonders available for sale Tuesday night will have been created that day or the day before at locations on Leelanau Peninsula, Old Mission Peninsula, and Sleeping Bear Dunes.
To learn how to join a Crooked Tree giving society and all of the perks you can enjoy, click here.
"Small Wonders" Awards Juror: Duncan Campbell, President of the Scarab Club
Duncan Campbell has had life-long love affair with art and art history. You might call him a "museum junkie." He received a double BA degree in History and Art History from the University of Colorado. He also studied for a year at the American University of Rome. In his thirties, he earned a MBA in marketing from the Eli Broad School of Management at Michigan State University. Now in his fifties. Duncan writing his thesis to earn a MA in Art History at Wayne State University.
Duncan professional background includes technology, commercial real estate and political management. He is founder and vice president of sales at Mapping Solutions, a business geographic software and consulting company serving the healthcare, grocery, insurance and telecommunications industries. Presently, Duncan is the President of the Scarab Club, a 110 year old arts club, in Detroit and is treasurer of the Associates of the American Wing at the Detroit Institute of Arts. He also conducts tours as a docent at the DIA. Duncan is also a leader in Oudolf Garden Detroit which is bringing the internationally renowned garden designer Piet Oudolf to Belle Isle in Detroit. Duncan is a past President of the Grosse Pointe Farms Foundation, past Board Member of the Elmwood Cemetery Foundation and a past Scoutmaster.
He is married with three grown children. His personal interests beyond art include riding Italian motor scooters, laughing about politics, shooting clay birds, identifying deciduous trees, studying history, drinking wine, skiing fast and camping on lakes.