20 20 25
ART SALE TO BENEFIT ARTISTS AND THE COMMUNITY
25% TO FEED MORE
NOVEMBER 24 – DECEMBER 24, 2020
We are pleased to release the third Catalog in our third 20 20 25 initiative.
From November 24th through December 24th, we will release a digital catalog weekly containing works in inventory that have been discounted 20%.
As before, 50% of the sale proceeds will go directly to the artist and 25% will be donated to Feed More. To learn more about Feed More, click here or see the information below.
THIS WEEK’S CATALOG
Featuring work by:
Robin Braun, Amy Chan, Kelcy Chase Folsom, Mathew Gasparek, John Grant, Thomas Hager, Julian Jackson, Becky Joye, Kathleen Markowitz, Nancy Murphy Spicer, Ruby Palmer, Cait Porter, Katie Ré Scheidt, Wael Sabour, Sayaka Suzuki, and Deborah Zlotsky
Ruby Palmer, Shelf, 2014, Flashe and pencil on canvas, 13 x 10 inches, Pages 48 – 49.
Katie Ré Scheidt, Whirlwind, Acrylic and gouache on canvas, 36 x 36 inches, Pages 54-55.
20% discount off of selected work by participating artists. We will release one catalog per week to share the selected works through email and on Instagram. Artists receive 50% of the discounted price. 25% of sales will be donated to Feed More, and 25% will go to the gallery to ensure future programming. The sale does not include work in the current exhibitions.
One of the strongest non-profit organizations in Richmond helping to feed people during the COVID 19 pandemic is the Feed More Fund. With multiple programs, they are able to feed seniors, children, those experiencing homelessness, and those who have been furloughed or have lost their jobs. We are especially interested in supporting the work that they do for children who are now out of school and don’t have access to school lunches. Here is more information from Feed More:
Feed More collects, prepares and distributes food to neighbors in need throughout Central Virginia. With a service area that stretches across 34 counties and cities, Feed More’s comprehensive programs and network of more than 270 agencies help ensure our communities have access to healthy meals year round. With 1 in 7, or more than 47,000 children in Central Virginia not receiving the necessary nutrition, Feed More’s program like the Kids Cafe, School Market and weekend Back Pack program help ensure kids and teens across our region have the healthy meals they need to learn, grow and thrive. For more information, please visit FeedMore.org.