A silent auction consisting of 12 gorgeous art pieces will take place during Arts on Tap on Friday, September 25. From 7:30-10pm you will have the chance to bid on the items below Some opening bids start as low as $75 and go as high as $2000 in value! Feel free to click on the image to learn more about each artists.
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Janos Enyedi (1947-2011)
Moving Heaven and Earth, 2005.
3-D wall relief: digital print, stone, acrylic on archival board - H. 15” x W. 17.5” x D. 3
(NOTE: This work is titled, signed and numbered on the back of the artwork. It was numbered edition 1/10. No others were printed and signed, so this is a one of a kind artwork. An estate stamped label, also on the back of the artwork verifies this fact.)
Set of 4 Temari Balls
Temari is an ancient thread art that had its origins in China around 1,000 years ago. The art form migrated to Japan more than 500 years ago. They started out as toys for children, (similar to today's hacky sacs) made out of old kimonos. Eventually, Japanese noble women adopted the craft and it evolved into an art form with contests to decide whose ball was the most intricate, lavish, and colorful. Today's Temari are given as gifts to symbolize friendship, good luck and loyalty.