The evening of Thursday, April 20, was not only picturesque outside, but within the walls of the Hathaway Gallery, we were blessed with a variety of art forms as well. From oil paintings to custom Bentleys and a variety of spirits, The Hathaway Gallery was the place to be Thursday night in Atlanta.
The occasion was the 10-year celebration of Greg Mabry and Bentley Atlanta. We were able to celebrate with lots of laughter, new friends, organic food pairings, and ample opportunities to learn. While the Hathaway Gallery played host, there to assist in the celebration was an organization called Year Up. Year Up is an organization that is working vigorously to close the gap in opportunity by providing young urban adults with the skills, experience, and support that will help them matriculate into better working professionals. After seeing these kids in action and speaking with a few throughout the evening, Year Up is definitely an organization you’ll want to support (those kids were impressive).
The event also featured sponsors like Microsoft, Guinness, KNOW Better Bread, Ou Oui, Tourneau, and Jere Metcalf Team/Atlanta Fine Homes/Sotheby’s.
What I enjoyed most about the event was the fact it was straightforward. For 90 straight minutes, we enjoyed live music, Bentleys, art, and socializing. We stopped to acknowledge the man of the hour, acknowledged the gallery and the night’s sponsors, we heard a testimony from one of the Year Up students, and continued about the evening. If all of the eye candy wasn’t enough, all guests received gift bags as a thank you for attending the night’s event.
Feel free to enjoy the great pictures from the event on our Facebook Page. The valet area may have drawn the attention outside, but the place to be was inside!
Photo: Kent Foster