Another fish print to be auctioned

My gyotaku fish prints are bringing in money at auctions  for local community projects.  Last Fall one went at the Arlington Art Council's auction to bring in money for public art.  Then the Camano Island Chamber had their Chili Chowder Cook Off and auction and that one brought in $300 for them.  I don't usually sell them for that but those auctions bring out the money. It is great fun to see that people really like them!
  On March 20th the Camano Island Library Friends are having a dinner and auction and one of my prints will be on the auction block again. This time it is Misty...done on black printing paper with luminesent paints.... she really glows under the lights.

Mark your calendars and plan to attend the event at the Camano Island Community & Senior Center on Arrowhead Road and help to save the Camano Island Library!

 


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