A quick look at the front windows
Corner Gallery Ukiah
Reception 5pm to 8pm
on First Friday Art Walk
April 6th, 2018
Caring Kitchen Project "Bird House Fundraiser"
"Draw-til-U-drop" April 21st
ACU "Garden Art Fundraiser"
Caring Kitchen Project
Bird House Bidding
This event is possible thanks to the donation of original artwork by our community artists,
to the Corner Gallery for hosting this art show
and silent bidding event, and
to community supporters who brought
this event to fruition. ❤
100% of the proceeds benefit teen chefs-in-training and cancer patients who receive the
Caring Kitchen Project’s nutritious meals.
Nutrition Basics Program Manager
NCO Community Action
413 N. State Street
Ukiah, CA 95482
Talented and renowned artists from our community will be sharing their artistic expression with their birdhouse creations. Come out to bid on these beautifully intricate and festive birdhouses worthy of enhancing your backyard habitat or adding to an indoor art collection.
Your bid will contribute to the Caring Kitchen Project’s healing meals for cancer patients, as well as show your appreciation for local art. Bids will be accepted starting on April 6th through April 27th at 5pm,
and winning bidders will be announced on April 30th.
For more information about the Caring Kitchen Project, please visit
Chat Ko was born in China. He found his life in Visual Art in 1975 in college.
After getting his MFA and teaching a few years in the University of Minnesota, moved to
Miami in 1982 in pursuit of a love relationship.
In Florida, while he taught art in the Metropolitan Museum, Lowe Art Museum and
University of Miami, he survived mostly by being a dance instructor.
In 1984 he left Florida for New York City to experience the Art Scene. His eight years
there were both painful and promising. He found what he was looking for in New York's
art world, including owning his own gallery, Edification. Most importantly he met his
current wife Anne and got married in 1988.
A year later, they joined the exodus into the green acres of the countryside to start a
family and raise their son. Eventually settling in the woods of Pennsylvania for 20 years
where Ko painted in reclusion with occasional exhibitions in Beijing, Paris, NYC and etc..