My art chosen for Inliquid’s Benefit v. Thirteen and WPA’s SELECT 2013

I am happy to announce that two of my artworks have been selected to be a part of two major fine art auction fundraisers being held in two cities beginning this weekend in Philadelphia and Washington, DC.

Memories I is among the art work open for online and in person bidding for InLiquid’s Benefit v. thirteen, held annually in Philadelphia to support their art programs and services for visual artists and collectors.   And, I am humbly honored to be selected as one of 100 DC area artists to be featured in Washington Project for the Art’s annual SELECT Art Gala and Auction for 2013.   Return to Innocence II will be featured in that event.

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Benefit v. thirteen

One space. One night a year. One Love: ART.

Silent Auction Friday, February 15
Preview 5 – 6:30 pm
Special live performance by Laurent Bass

Silent Auction 6:30 – 9:30 pm

Crane Arts Building
1400 N. American Street
Philadelphia, PA 19122

Click here for more information

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Every year Washington Project for the Arts hosts SELECT, an annual Art Auction Exhibition and Gala. 2013’s event marks the 32nd anniversary of the gala. The event is WPA’s biggest fundraiser of the year and provides critical funding for the organization’s many artist services and programming. The exhibition opens to the public in early spring, this year on February 16th.

This year, WPA collaborated with six notable curators from DC, Maryland, and Virginia to select the artwork featured in the show. WPA’s Board of Directors also made selections for the exhibition. The curated exhibition will open Saturday, February 16 at 6 pm and will be on view and open to the public until the gala. Over 100 works of art by top contemporary artists will be on display. SELECT curators will give talks in the weeks leading up to the gala, speaking on the artwork chosen for the exhibition.

The gala will be held on March 16th, on the 6th floor of the Peoples Building at 64 New York Avenue NE, just two blocks from the NoMa Metro station. The event is expected to draw more than 700 artists and art enthusiasts. The night of the gala promises guests an enticing evening event featuring music and multimedia entertainment from xculture.tv and a menu designed by celebrity chef Erik Bruner-Yang of Toki Underground. Patrons and art lovers interested in acquiring work in the exhibition can do so the night of the gala auction with ticketed guests bidding on the work live at the event.

Tickets to the auction gala start at $300 and can be purchased by visiting the WPA website or contacting Maureen Clyne at mclyne@wpadc.org (202-234-7103 x5).

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