Avenue 50 Studio's Benefit Art Auction
Saturday, December 8, 2012
7-10 pm Wine, refreshments, and Silent Auction
Avenue 50 Studio, Inc.
a 501(c)(3) non-profit art gallery
131 North Avenue 50
Los Angeles, CA 90042
To place a phone bid, please contact
Kathy Gallegos at 323/258-1435 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Our year-end fundraiser, 8" x 8" Square will take place in our Annex Gallery. Auction proceeds will be used to help fund the renovation of one of our gallery's walls. We will also be sharing a portion of the proceeds wiith participating artists.
Participating Artists Include:
Linda Arreola, Lili Bernard, Joe Bravo, Billy Burgos, Carol Colin, Art Carillo, Martin Charlot, Raoul De la Sota Kikki Eder, Ricardo Estrada, Gwen Freeman, Margaret Garcia, David Glynn, Pat Gomez, Yolanda Gonzalez, Mark Greenfield, Rebeca Guerrero, Tina Gulotta-Miller, Frank Gutierrez, Cid Hart, Kevin Hass, Sergio Hernandez, Peter Hess, Heather Hogan, Victor Horcasitas, Amy Inouye, Lindsley Lambert, Leo Limon, Jose Lopes, Pola Lopez, Jose Lozano, Oscar Magallanes, Poli Marichal, Jesus Molina Garcia, Andres Montoya, Toti O’Brien, Pat Payne, Ester Petschar, CCH Pounder, Jose Ramirez, Ramon Ramirez, Bobby Rojas, Nancy Romero, Armando Rosete, Suzanne Siegel, Roderick Smith, Gregg Stone, Melly Trochez, J Michael Walker, Lamont Westmoreland, Wendell Wiggins, Alex Wiesenfeld, Howard Zwerdloff
About the Avenue 50 Studio:
Avenue 50 Studio is an arts presentation organization grounded in Latin@ Chican@ culture. Our monthly shows principally exhibit artists of color who display a high quality of work, and who have not been represented in mainstream galleries. We seek to build bridges of cultural understanding through artistic expressions. Using content-driven art to educate and to stimulate intercultural understanding, we build relationships and collaborations with artists and communities. Our twelve year track record of over 300 shows in the Northeast LA area has ranged from international exchange exhibits to presenting Asian and African American artists in a largely Latino community. The art openings are a testament to the mix of cultures, national origins, and races that make up metro LA and our Highland Park neighborhood. We feel the showing of multicultural arts on a monthly basis in a working class community can go a long way in educating people to the importance of diverse art in our lives. Along with this, Avenue 50 Studio is a center for cultural activities with workshops in art, spoken word and other creative forms of expression. Our community gathers around the exhibits and poetry readings. We are constantly evolving and our goal is to continue the exhibition and spoken word presentations.