Art Collecting

New Work for 7th Annual #March150 Art Sale & Exhibition Opening Saturday @ Target Gallery

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“Muladhara” 2017, acrylic and collage on wood panel by SJB

I am excited to be participating in the 7th Annual March 150 Art Sale and Exhibition hosted by Target Gallery, the contemporary exhibition space for Torpedo Factory in Old Towne, Alexandria, Virginia.  This is the first time in a number of years I am participating in this exhibition, which is now a fundraiser for the gallery.

All artwork is created by local artists on 10×10 wooden panels.  All work is for sale at $150/each. and offically go on sale this Saturday, March 11, 2017.

On Friday, March 24th there will be an Art Party…tickets are $20 in advance and #25 at the door and the artwork will be reduced to $100/each.  There will be lve msic, dance, performances, a photo booth, and a chance to win awards and prizes.  For an additional $15 you can also enjoy great local food and drinks provided by EatsPlace.  Purchase tickets here.

Highlights of SELECT 2013 Opening in NoMA

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L to R: Fellow artists Jamea Richmond-Edwards, Wesley Clark and Yours Truly. Both artists are also in SELECT 2013

Washington Project for the Arts had a great kick-off to SELECT 2013 auction exhibition on Saturday, February 16, 2013 at their temporary exhibition site, located on the 6th floor of 64 New York Avenue, NE in the NoMA section of Washington, DC.  Collectors, art enthusiasts, and artists visited the vast space for the first time to view the art for auction up close and personal.  I enjoyed connecting and re-connecting with fellow artists, friends and family during the opening.   Approximately 100 artists were selected by guest curators from institutions such as The Phillips Collection, The Corcoran Gallery of Art,  The Smithsonian Portrait Gallery and The Reginald F. Lewis Museum of  Maryland African American History and Culture.  Proceeds of the auction sales will support WPA’s programs for artists in the Washington, DC community.

View available artwork available for auction and purchase tickets to the concluding gala at http://aucton.wpadc.org.

View additional photos from the opening on my Facebook page here.