Bidding opens Sunday for gallery fundraiser

Silent bidding on artworks contributed to the 2013 fundraiser for the Harris-Warke Gallery starts on Sunday.

Silent bidding on artworks contributed to the 2013 fundraiser for the Harris-Warke Gallery starts on Sunday.

On this 10th anniversary year of the gallery, artists have donated original works on the theme of “10.”

Silent auction bids for the pieces will begin just after they are installed in the gallery on Sunday, and will remain open until the closing reception on Friday.

On Friday, there will be a last-minute bidding session held from 6 to 7:30 p.m. (the gallery will remain open to 8 p.m.).

Don’t miss out on this chance to own some highly creative works and to help support the arts in Red Deer. All proceeds will be used for gallery operations and upgrades.

For more information, contact the gallery by emailing harriswarke@gmail.com.

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