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32nd Annual Auction

 

Manuel Neri, 
Oakland, California

Ostrakon Series Number 4
,  
cast bronze with patina, 
the second of two castings
 in an edition of 4, 
23 x 5 7/8 x 5 inches

This year marks the 32nd anniversary of the Yellowstone Art Museum's Annual Art Auction.  

The first Art Auction occurred in 1968 on the second floor of the  original museum building, the former Yellowstone County Jail.  Over the years the auction has become a major exhibition, attracting capacity crowds to the main ballroom of the Sheraton Billings Hotel for the auction evening.

The Auction is an opportunity to expose museum members and a general audience to the work of the region's finest artists.  Since its inauguration, the auction has continued to grow and has now become one of the finest benefit art auctions in the  region.

The exhibition continues through Friday, March 10, 2000.  The auction evening is scheduled for Saturday, March 11, 2000, at the Sheraton Billings Hotel.  Reservations for the auction evening may be made by calling the museum at 256-6804.

Kampgrounds of America has traditionally sponsored the auction and will be joined this year by US Bank.  The auction committee is chaired by Daryl and Carol Beam.  Many artists have donated their work to benefit the museum.

For a complete listing of works in the auction visit the  Yellowstone Art Museum on line.

Cover Image
Josh DeWeese, Helena, Montana
Stoneware Jar, 1999, stoneware, 17 x 15 inches


 

 

 

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