New Business Supports Local Art

Shown are Whitney Basinger (left) and Carrie Osborn (right). (Provided photo)

DUBOIS – Whitney Basinger, owner of The Cutting Cove in Falls Creek, purchased an original piece from Carrie Osborn, a professional painter at the Winkler Gallery in DuBois as part of the Win-Win Art Buying Challenge.

The challenge is for local businesses to support their local economy by purchasing art from artists in the area, specifically the Winkler Gallery’s artists rather than online or from a national distributor.

The gallery is proud to have Osborn’s piece hanging on the walls of this new business.

The Cutting Cove will officially open Monday, July 23 and will be hosting a grand opening celebration Saturday, July 21 from 1 p.m. – 4 p.m. in Falls Creek.

There will be live music from the local band Genever, a cookout and raffle baskets.

Any businesses interested in finding out more about the Win-Win Art Buying Challenge, hosted by the Winkler Gallery, can visit

About The Winkler Gallery: 

The mission of the Winkler Gallery and Art Education Center, a non-profit 501 (c) 3, is to foster the growth of the visual arts by acting as a presenter of quality artists from around the region and as a catalyst for arts education.

The cooperative encourages community involvement in the arts and serves as a local resource for arts information.

The Winkler Gallery and Art Education Center (WGAEC) has been formed for the purpose of providing “Education through Art.”

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