Scottsdale artist Niki Woehler gives local restaurants a boost

Lifestyle | 28 Mar |

Scottsdale contemporary abstract artist Niki Woehler, whose work can be found in top-tier galleries around the U.S. and in homes and businesses around the world, is donating a commissioned artwork worth up to $10,300 as a raffle item for supporters of locally-owned establishments in the Phoenix metro area.  

Across Arizona, there are more than 10,000 dining establishments that employ more than 229,000 people with annual restaurant sales of $13.4 billion, according to Arizona Restaurant Association. The coronavirus pandemic has deeply impacted these establishments and their employees, with the worst of the brunt felt by local restaurants.  

“I am doing this because no one starts a restaurant with the thought of getting rich, but because it’s a calling,” Niki Woehler said.  “Because it’s in their soul and their passion, much like an artist, I identify with them on a deep level. They’re artists in their craft, artists of cuisine, and I’m an artist that wants to support other artists.”

Anyone can enter the raffle by simply spending $30 or more on take-out, delivery or gift card at any Phoenix-area locally-owned restaurants. To enter, participants must email a copy of their receipt and their contact information to theartoftogo@nikiwoehler.com.  This offer does not include franchises or national chain restaurants.

The winner will be announced on June 11, 2020 which is the annual: National Making Life Beautiful Day – a day dedicated to encouraging and celebrating men and women who are making life beautiful by helping others achieve personal success—because one small action can lead to a ripple effect.

The winning recipient must redeem their prize certificate by January 1, 2021. Once the winner is personally contacted, Woehler will set up an in-person appointment to discover the vision for the commissioned piece.  “Every piece is personal,” added Woehler. “We’ll talk about the vision, the size, color palette, and overall feel it should achieve.”

The winner can also choose if they would prefer their painting to be on canvas or resin. The maximum size the artwork can be is 48” by 72”. After the appointment, the winner can expect their personalized painting to be delivered to their home between four to six weeks. 

Value of the piece will depend on the size and style of the artwork. For example, a 48” by 72” acrylic on canvas go for up to $10,300. No cash substitutions allowed.

For more information about Niki Woehler’s artwork, visit nikiwoehler.com or follow her on Instagram at NikiWoehlerArtist. You may also give her a call at 602-499-1568.

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