Bonhams Auction House Presents
Art Project Los Angeles
September 17, 2016 6-10 pm
ArtQuench founder Stacia Gates and ArtQuench correspondent Jennifer Bentson are donating paintings for the cause.
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“No More Fear” By Stacia Gates will be donated in memory of her brother Broya Marcus Shaw
“Marc died on July 14, 2014 and I will forever cherish the memories of laughter between us.”
Jennifer Bentson donates,
“Largest Engelmann Oak in the USA” Painting and Book
The book, “Pasadena Oaks” is dedicated to an old friend of mine, Jennifer Bertelson, who died in 1983. We were often confused for each other as we looked similar, worked in the same field, and had almost the same name. As she neared the end of her life, we tried out to be Raiderettes, but it was too much for her to stand in line all day, so we came home. She died 4 weeks later while I was on a vacation. She often told me how sorry she was that she would never see her children get married or graduate. There are so many sad stories of life cut short too soon.
So, I am happy to donate and be a part of a movement that champions life in the face of this disease.
We are happy to announce the sixth installment of Art Project Los Angeles taking place on September 17, 2016, at the beautiful Bonhams auction house on Sunset Boulevard. The event will include silent and live auctions to benefit APLA as well as a hosted reception offering guests complimentary hors d’oeuvres and cocktails. Art Project Los Angeles has featured works by artists such as Ed Ruscha, Keith Haring, Andy Warhol, David Hockney, Helen Frankenthaler, Robert Longo, and Pablo Picasso, as well as work from young, talented local artists.
ArtQuench is Holding a Contest and in November 2016 One Lucky Winner
Will have the ArtQuench TV crew come to their space and film an interview
all about what they do.