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Art for the Animals Fundraiser

February 4 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

 

Venue

FKSPCA Key West
5711 College Rd.
Key West, FL 33040 United States
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Phone:
305.294.4857
Website:
http://www.fkspca.org

The Florida Keys SPCA Center for Animal Welfare and Education is the proud recipient of a bequest of 17 Key West-related works by well-known artists, such as Roberta Marks, Lincoln Perry, Michael Palmer and Rick Worth. The works, which have been examined, researched and valued by a well-respected art connoisseur and former Key West art gallery owner, will be sold by silent auction at a champagne reception on February 4th, 5:30pm to 7 pm at the shelter, 5711 College Road.  All proceeds will benefit the mission of the FKSPCA. For more information, contact Tiffany at 305-294-4857 x120.

Please preview the works of art below that will be auctioned:

Elnoria Franz: “Picking” Est Value: $900

Ann Irvine: “Dos Casas” Est Value $300

Ann Irvine: “Key West Theatre: Est Value $150

John Kiraly: “Purple House with Flowers” Est Value $1200

Makiki: “Hemingway House” Est Value $400

Makiki: “Key West House” Est Value $300

Olga Manosalvas: “Dambala Voedo” Est Value $1000

Olga Manosalvas: “Three for a Voodoo” Est Value $500

Roberta Marks: “A Silent Stone” Est Value $5000

Michael A. Palmer: “Two Girls and an Older Woman Seated in a Pew” Est Value $950

Michael A. Palmer: “Heads of Two Young Boys” Est Value $750

Lincoln Perry: “The Accidental Tourist” Est Value $2600

Lincoln Perry: “Joanne” Est Value $2800

Unknown Artist: “Mixed Media Collage of Novena Day One Santa Maria de Atocha” Est Value Unknown

Rick Worth: “Mecheala Walking Her Dog” Est Value $1100

A. May: “Key West Cemetery and Blue Flowers” Est Value $400

Lenny Addoroso: “Valley of Dreams and Love” Est Value $400

 

Details

Date:
February 4
Time:
5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

Organizer

Tiffany Dunsmore
Phone:
(305) 294-4857 x120
Email:
tiffany@fkspca.org