WESTLAKE — A whimsical, storybook setting will be reflected in food, wine and art during "Westlake in Wonderland," the 10th annual Gallery Night art-themed fundraiser to support Westlake Academy.The March 2 event, which will include unique food stations, live music and silent and live auctions, will be held at 6 p.m. at the Dallas Fort Worth Marriott-Solana, 5 Village Circle.Organized by the Westlake Academy Foundation, the event includes student art pieces by grade level as well as work from local professional artists including Gregory Arth, Rick Bettinger, Trish Biddle, Pamela Blaies, Pat Bodnyk, Will Frary, David Gappa, Brad Jensen, Marie Maines, Jane Metz, Richard Nunez, Kristen Penrod, Tony Saladino, Pam Stern, Jean Storm and Arlene Taylor.In recent weeks, each artist worked with Westlake Academy students in creating art pieces to be auctioned at the event including works of oil, pastels, glass blowing, multimedia, blacksmithing, photography, sculpture and jewelry making. It's a perfect partnership between Westlake Public Arts Society and Westlake Academy, said Kelly Cox, president of Westlake Academy Foundation and board member of Westlake Public Arts Society.Westlake Public Art Society paid for cost of materials and provided a stipend to the artist in return for his/her time and commitment."Public funding cuts force us to be creative ... The concept is to bring artists to the school and work directly with the kids, sharing their passion and expertise in all kids of medium,” Cox said. “In an era of deep cuts to public art education, this kind of interaction is priceless and important.”Proceeds from Gallery Night pay for grant requests from Westlake Academy for classroom equipment, campus and gym needs, specialized International Baccalaureate curriculum and technology upgrades.