The event will be held on December 7, 2019 in the upper floor of the Jace Romick Gallery at 833 Lincoln Avenue from 5-7 p.m. and is free to attend.  There will be live music, drinks and appetizers. All art work will be sold on silent auction, and can be previewed during First Friday Artwalk on December 6. Items can be viewed and bids made online at www.artforsancy.com. Proxy bids can be arranged for the live auction by calling 970 819 8906.

Learn more about the event here: http://steamboatsir.rezora.com/public/7260513

Sancy Jo Shaw lived a life based on giving. She gave herself to her family, to friends, to her students, to her community and to God. She was intentional in her actions and pushed everyone who crossed her path to be the best person they could be.

On December 24, 2018 her life was cut short after an intoxicated driver hit her car head on, killing her instantly and critically injuring her six-year-old daughter Charlee.

She left behind her husband Brett, four adored children, and a devastated community of family and friends.  The once bright light that emanated from her magnetic soul momentarily faded. Through grief and a determination to keep Sancy’s legacy alive, that light continues to shine on.

On Saturday, December 7, her presence will be felt at the Jace Romick Gallery in Steamboat Springs, where works by 35 artists will hang in honor of Sancy.