ART AUCTION BENEFIT

These two paintings will be up for auction at the upcoming Art Auction Benefit in Cayuga County Auburn.

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PATRICK MILLER OUT OF THE CORNER OF MY EYE


OIL ON CANVAS 16 X 20 INCHES




WENDY BANDURSKI-MILLER


THE SECOND TOWER SERIES: TOWARDS THE WITHIN




The evening begins at 6:30 with an hour-long preview, hors d'oeuvres, wine tastings from local wineries, cash bar, and live music, followed by the upbeat, fast-paced, entertaining and educational art auction.


Corporate sponsorships are available at the Rembrandt Level ($1,000), DaVinci Level ($750) and at the Picasso Level ($500). Program advertising can be purchased alone at $25.00 for a business card ad. For more information call Jan Rhodes at 539-5067 ext. 284.


Marlin Art conducts over 500 live auctions each year, raising millions of dollars for various worthy causes. As a leader in fundraising, the company continues to think creatively and to develop new and exciting concepts that are as enjoyable as they are entertaining and rewarding. Marlin Art is proud to have exclusive relationships with many prominent artists including Fazzino, Borelli, Neiman, Lui and Holland

Beautifully framed original paintings, reproductions, sports memorabilia, and sculpture to brighten your home or office will be offered at a gala art auction on Saturday, April 14th at Highland Park Golf Club in Auburn. Conducted by Marlin Art of Long Island, this unique auction will include over 160 works of art.

With a 36-year history of partnering with not-for-profit agencies to enhance fundraising opportunities through art auctions, Marlin Art professionals select the auction collection from categories based on responses from local ticket buyers. Tickets are $15 each, or two for $25, and response cards listing art preferences can be completed upon ticket purchase.
This event is sponsored by Seneca Cayuga ARC. All proceeds will benefit under-funded programs and services such as children's preschool, recreation for children and adults, the teen group, respite care for people with Alzheimer's Disease at the Gordon Eadie Center, and Camp Columbus.