During the month of March, Columbia Arts will be hosting a major spring cleaning art sale! This sale will feature the following:
- Art recently inherited by Columbia Arts
A very generous local art patron recently left her art collection Columbia Arts to be sold by the Center for fundraising purposes to help support our Gallery programming. This collection of about 60 pieces includes the work of several local artists. We will use 100 percent of the sales of this art to underwrite programming in the Gallery.
- Artists seconds, “shove-under art”, “gotta-go-outta-my-studio” art
All artists are welcome to bring in up to 10 pieces of their art they wish to sell at deeply discounted prices. We do ask one favor—to help keep inventory input manageable please have all your pieces fall into only two price categories. The standard 60% artist/40% Columbia Arts commission split will apply to this art.
- Pre-loved art anyone would like to sell
Tired of some the art you have around the house? Bring it on in for the sale. Choose between these two options for this art category: sell the art at the standard 60% you the art owner/40% Columbia Arts commission split OR donate the art to help support the arts, and Columbia Arts will receive 100% of the art sales.
- Art Supplies
Sometimes we inherit or are gifted art supplies that just aren’t for us. Or we have leftover brushes from a set, frames we didn’t use, canvasses that are collecting dust in the corner. Artists are encouraged to share those creative tools and supplies with the community at this sale. The standard 60% artist/40% Columbia Arts commission split will apply.
- March 3, 2017 - April 1, 2017
11:00am - 5:00pm
Venue: Columbia Center for the Arts
Venue Phone: 541-387-8877
Venue Website: https://www.columbiaarts.org/Address:
Columbia Center for the Arts (CCA) is located in downtown Hood River, Oregon in the heart of the spectacular Columbia River Gorge. This thriving art center increases and enhances the opportunities for artists and residents of the greater Columbia River Gorge community to participate in arts education and the literary, performing, and visual arts.