There is a thrill to any auction; bidding with the hopes of winning, and uncertainty until the auctioneer declares the results. Each one brings the possibility of victory and the potential to be outbid, and the anticipation of either outcome.
Here at Mark White Fine Art we bring this excitement to our collectors every year with our annual art auction. Featuring works from a number of our artists, and, with paintings starting at 40% off and sculpture at 25% off, it is an excellent time to start or add to a collection.
Browse the included pieces at http://www.markwhitefineart.com/2017-auction.
For those who want to participate, there are still several days available before bidding closes for 2018. The auction ends on Saturday February 3, at 4 pm. Bids can be placed by calling (505)982-2073, and you will need to have contact information and credit card numbers ready.
This year we have several painters who have included a wide range of works: pastels, acrylics and oil, abstracts, animal and landscape are all available. With pieces from Mark White, Marshall Noice, Matthew Higginbotham, Andree Hudson and Suzanne Donazetti there is a wide selection to fit any theme or decor.
Mark White has selected works that include abstracts and landscapes for this auction. Marshall Noice has several pieces for consideration in both oil and pastel. Matthew Higginbotham’s works highlight the beauty of the different seasons, while Andree Hudson brings both people and animals to life in her vivid works. Finally Suzanne Donazetti rounds out the painters with her painted and woven copper abstract landscapes.
In addition to the works by our painters, we are also pleased to have works from four sculptors included in this Year’s auction. Mark White, Nnamdi Okonkwo, Chris Deverill and David Meredith have each made works available.
Mark White has included three of his kinetic wind sculptures: Passion Flower, Iris 3 Bud Top and Blooming Lily 3. Nnamdi Okonkwo has two pieces: Embrace and Soul Sisters. Chris Deverill has added his Stretch and Senior Bear to the offerings, and finally David Meredith rounds out the sculptors with his Time Out and the monumental version of his Tree Frog.