If you are in the San Francisco area tomorrow and can check it out, please go and visit. Here is the full announcement:
Varnish Fine Art Presents
ANAHATA: SILENT AUCTION TO BENEFIT KIM MARIA OF REVELATION STUDIOS
With work donated by over 40 artists including:
Hawk Alfredson, Kent Alexander, Nikolai Atanassov, Gary Baseman, JennyBird, Calef Brown, Claudine Hellmuth, Tim Butler, Chris Buzelli, Stephanie Dalton, Guy Dill, Bob Dob, Joseph Daniel Fiedler, Rebecca Fox, Charles Glaubitz, Jack Howe, Craig LaRotonda, Omar Lee, Rafael Lopez, Julia Marchand, Kim Maria, MariNaomi, Miller-Havens, Joel Nakamura, James Nacarrato, Kevin Peterson, Ferris Plock, Silvia Poloto, Martha Rich, Isabel Samaras, Anastasia Schipani, John Sheridan, Chris Sickels, Winston Smith, Hannah Stouffer, Katherine Streeter & others.
ONE NIGHT ONLY:
Saturday, April 28, 2007, Preview at 6:00 - Bidding 7 to 9 pm
Varnish Fine Art
77 Natoma St. San Francisco, CA 94105
ABOUT THE AUCTION
Recently Kim Maria, of Revelation Studios (www.revelationart.net), was diagnosed with Multiple Myeloma, and an incredible group of artists have come together for a one night event to help her offset medical costs.
Varnish Fine Art has donated use of the space for the evening and over forty artists have donated work to be auctioned, via silent auction, with 100% of the proceeds being donated directly to Kim.
Please join us for drinks and a fantastic chance to bid on fine art below retail prices - all for a good cause. If you cannot attend the event, most of the works will be posted online at varnishfineart.com and jenvaughnart.com, and proxy bids will be accepted up until the day of the event.
For more information about the benefit event, contact Jennifer Vaughn at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information about Multiple Myeloma, go to: www.multiplemyeloma.org.
Multiple Myeloma is an incurable cancer of the plasma cells that attacks bone marrow. Current treatments include bone marrow and stem cell transplants. This form of cancer is very painful and the complications of the disease are endless. There are new hopeful treatments on the horizon, yet very costly.
Kim and her husband, artist Craig LaRotonda, have moved back to their hometown of Buffalo, NY where Kim is receiving treatment at Roswell Park Cancer Institute.
Please feel feel to forward this announcement to others.