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"Call for Artists: Project Phoenix"
2001-12-24 until 2002-01-06
USA United States of America
In view of the recent tragedy of Sept. 11th, Redbud will sponsor a silent and blind art auction
on January 12, 2002. All profits will be donated to the American Red Cross. If you
are interested in participating, please create a work of art and send or deliver to
Redbud by January 6,1002.
Top collectors, Marylyn Oshman, Mary Cullen, and ethers have committed to purchase pieces.
Artists Dan Mitchell Allison, David Best, Bill Davenport, George Berms, Lucas Johnson, James Sorts, Sharon Kopriva, DeeWolff, and others have already agreed to participate.
1. All payments will be made directly to the American Red Cross for the artworks in this auction.
2. This will be a one-time event.
3. Each work will be sold for $150.
4. Each work will be executed on the 7.5 x 6.7 in. standard board supplied.
5. Each work will be signed on the back.
6. Subject matter will not be censored, but should respect and be sensitive to other Americans.
7. Medium and subject matter are the artist's choice.
8. Artwork should be unframed.
9. The show will be hung salon style.
10. Collectors will not see the name of the artist and will draw numbers to determine order of selection.
11. Spread the word if you wish.
12. Any questions call Gus Kopriva at 713-862-7567, or 1-800-206-0738, access code 11
13. Mail or drop off the work during the day at Redbud Gallery between now and
January 6, 2002. Leave the work at PRO Antiques next door if the gallery is
303 E. 11th Street
Houston, Texas 77008
The American Red Cross name is used with its permission, which in no way constitutes an endorsement, express or implied, of the Project Phoenix. 100% of the net proceeds will be contributed to the American Red Cross. Checks are to be made to the American Red Cross Liberty Disaster Relief Fund or the the American Red Cross Greater Houston Area. The Red Cross contact is Diane Collymore at 713/313.1637.