The Armory Center for the Arts auction ends April 21 at noon PST. The “Off the Wall” Gala will be held the following evening.
Proceeds from the online auction go to CMA’s art classes, 80% of which serve socio-economically disadvantaged youth and families.
Fifty-one pieces of art under $1,000 are looking for a place on your wall. Twenty-three works range from $1,000 to $5,000. And if money is flowing, Tom Holland’s Mahar is going for $5,600 while Richard Serra’s Paths and Edges #9 has an asking price of $5,000.
Mediums range from works on paper, paintings, drawings, and prints to photography, mixed media, objects, and sculptures.
Richard Serra (American, b. 1939) is a prominent sculptor, painter, and printmaker of our era. His eclipsing raw steel sculptures explore the relationship between artwork, site, and viewer. Known for his eclipsing raw steel sculptures, Serra explored the relationship between artwork, site, and viewer. His labyrinth-like installations dwarf the viewer with a palpable power. Serra teases out the inborn tenants of Minimalism by emphasizing the materiality of the medium. Find details of Serra’s piece Mahar (image, top right) by clicking here.
We especially like Robert Hilton’s Gourd case and musical instruments…
On April 22, the Armory holds its biennial art auction and gala with an open bar, craft cocktails, its “signature ‘Strolling Supper,’ and the vibraphone-infused jazz stylings of The Chase Jackson Quartet.
Rather spend the ticket money on an art purchase?
Preview artwork and bid online at Paddle 8, Inc.