This is it! This is the week for art lovers and art collectors in Sedona. The First Annual Sedona Fine Art Auction will be featuring significant works of art by Jean Carbonetti, Maynard Dixon, Alan Wolton, Ken Rowe, Ken Payne, Jennifer McChristian, Tom Lynch, Arturo Chavez, Joella Jean Mahoney, Robert Burridge, and many other nationally known artists on May 21st. There’s something for everyone at this outstanding event and best of all… there’s FREE ADMISSION!
The event is hosted by Sedona Arts Center and is a benefit fundraising event supporting the educational mission and ongoing programming of the Sedona Arts Center. Can't make it Saturday? Place your bid at the public preview and silent auction on Thursday, May 19th or Friday, May 20th from 4 - 7pm at the old Public Library Building at 395 Jordan Rd. in uptown Sedona.
On Saturday, May 21st, events will begin at Noon with artist demonstrations featuring well-known Sedona artists working on sculpture and paintings to be completed by 3pm for the live auction. Visitors will be able to stroll the grounds, view artists working, bid on silent auction items and preview the live auction items that will be on display throughout the facility. There will be refreshments available and a special raffle of Sedona's Bounty - by Master Sculptor, Susan Kliewer.
Buy them now! Raffle tickets are available for purchase now at Sedona Art Center’s Fine Art Gallery in Uptown Sedona or online at SedonaArtAuction.com.
The silent auction and preview will end at 3pm, at which time the drawing for the raffle will be made. At 4:00 pm there will be a gala featuring catered cuisine, Sedona Arts Center’s private label wine by Echo Canyon Vineyards and the final viewing of the artwork before the live auction begins. The live auction itself will begin at 5:00 pm. You can sign up to get your bidder number online at SedonaArtAuction.com or by calling the Sedona Arts Center at 928.282.3809. ADMISSION IS FREE!
Auction preview and bidding on over 25 silent auction items May 19 & 20th from 4-7
Final Silent Auction bidding and Artist Demonstration event May 21 noon to 3pm
Live Auction, wine and refreshments 4-7
The live auction and preview will take place at the former Public Library Building at 395 Jordan Rd. in uptown Sedona. Remember - Free admission to the public!
Remember: grow; learn; conserve; preserve; create; question; educate; change; and free your mind.
About: Kelli Klymenko is an artist, a faculty member and the Marketing & Events Coordinator at Sedona Arts Center: a gathering place where artists can learn, teach, and exhibit their works at the center’s School of the Arts and Fine Art Gallery in uptown Sedona.