Bend Art Center announces the sale of artworks from their permanent collection to support the restructuring of their organization. Selected work from the Bend Art Center collection will be available for purchase at reduced prices at the Center’s gallery from 10:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. on Friday, April 5 and 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. on Saturday, April 6. Bend Art Center is in the Box Factory at 550 SW Industrial Way in Suite 180.
Bend Art Center, formerly called Atelier 6000 or A6, has accumulated fine art prints for the last 11 years, most of them hand-pulled on the non-profit arts organization’s printing presses. Northwest artists Rick Bartow, Lillian Pitt, John Simpkins, and founder Pat Clark produced various types of prints during artist residencies over the years.
Other well-known artists whose work will be for sale include artist giant Robert Rauschenberg and Francoise Gilot, French artist and author of Life with Picasso. Many local and NW artists will have work for sale at a special reduced price for this sale, including lithographs, monotypes, collagraphs, and etchings.
With original works available at every price range, they look forward to your support in helping them achieve this transition to serve the Bend community.