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Here’s your opportunity to purchase high-quality merchandise and experiences prior to Parti Gras!

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Winners will be contacted by SPEF. Items will be available for pick up at the SPEF office. The winner will cover shipping expenses if winner not available to pick up an item. All sales are final.

Any questions? Please contact us at 626-441-5810 x1163, plutz@spef4kids.org or spetersen@spef4kids.org


 David LeBatard Print – Value:  $350/Price:  $50

16.5″ x 16.5″ David Le Batard print, “A Spiritual Revival”.  Seriolithograph in color on archival paper, signed in the plate.  Comes with a Certificate of Authenticity.

Generously donated by Robert Omens

 


‘Travels In Venice” Framed Handpainted by Anne Kipke – Value:$1500/Price: $350

4′ x 3′ Experience Venice from the viewpoint of a gondola. Framed with a gorgeous wood frame.

Generously donated by Michele Kipke

 

 

 


Nicole Sabbattini Sweater – Value:  $145/Price:  $50

Keep warm all winter long in this lovely multi-colored Nicole Sabbattini sweater. Nicole Sabbattini is here to give you clothing for the modern, sexy, stylish woman. Woman’s wear with unique flair.

Size extra large, model wears a large and this fit her perfect.

Generously donated by Rue de Mimo

 

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Botanical Print – Value:  $100/Price:  $30

Botanical print, hand colored in Italy.  Unframed, matted print measures 19.5 x 26.5 (print only).

Generously donated by Janet Nugent.

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Ballerina Framed Print – Value:  $150/Price:  $75

27″ x 38″ framed print of ballerina painting from the “Degenerate Art: Fate of the Avant-Garde in Nazi Germany” show at LACMA.

Generously donated by Janet Nugent

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South Pasadena Inspired Art Donated By Leisa Collins

lisa-colorAs a teenager, Leisa’s love for travel and adventure prompted her to abandon formal art training, learning her craft instead while traveling across her native New Zealand homeland. She returned to Auckland, set up an art studio, and enjoyed success before turning her attention to the non-profit world. This took her across the globe and fueled her passion for working with people and drawing architecture.

 Gamble House Print – Value:  $100/Price:  $50

 Own a piece of historical Pasadena with this matted giclee art print of the Gamble House. This is an original pen and watercolor print, 8″ x 10,’ in an 11″ x 14″ archival quality mat.  By local artist Leisa Collins.

Donated by: Leisa Collins

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Victor Spahn Print – Value:  $350/Price:  $50

16.5″ x 22″ Victor Spahn print “July Sails”.  Seriolithograph in color on archival paper, signed in the the plate.  Often referred to as the “Painter of Movement”, Victor is inspired by sports, dancers, and energetic activities. He paints championship sail boat races, rugby matches, prima ballerinas, and tennis stars – each with the same individual grace and swift motion.

Comes with a Certificate of Authenticity.

Generously donated by Robert Omens.

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Melissa Markell Print – Value:  $350/Price:  $50

24″ x 25″ Melissa Markell print “Island Paradise”.

Melissa has been creating mixed media artwork for more than 15 years. You’ll see that she has been working with several different styles of collage work, using paint as texture and background, handmade papers, inks, markers, artifacts, maps, vintage images, postcards and paper ephemera of all types. She believes that we all possess several sides to your personalities and psyches. That there is not just one way to describe ourselves or to express ourselves. Our years of experience help to shape the intricate, complex and interesting people that we become.

Generously donated by Robert Omens.

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Marko Mavrovich Print – Value:  $350/Price:  $50

16.5″ x. 20.5″ Marko Mavrovich print “It Gets Better”.  Seriolithograph in color on archival paper, signed in the plate.  Marko is a self-taught artist, though his influences include Winslow Homer, the French Impressionists, and his father (Miro, a watercolor artist). His passion for capturing the beauty of the ocean remains a constant theme in his work. Marko Mavrovich expertly captures the fleeting effects of light on the cool ocean water and verdant hillsides. Marko’s work has been widely exhibited in the United States, Europe, and Japan but especially in the home of his heritage, Croatia. Comes with Certificate of Authenticity.

Generously donated by Robert Omens.

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Itzchak Tarkay Print – Value:  $200/Price:  $50

19″ x 24.5″ Itzchak Tarkay print.

Itzchak Tarkay was an Israeli artist. Tarkay was born in 1935 in Subotica, on the Yugoslav-Hungarian border. In 1944, Tarkay and his family were sent to the Mauthausen Concentration Camp, until Allied liberation freed them a year later. The inspiration for his work lies with French Impressionism and Post-Impressionism, particularly the color sophistication of Matisse and the drawing style of Toulouse-Lautrec. He drew upon the history of art to create many of his compositions, designing a kind of visual poetry from the aura of his cafes and intimate settings.

Generously donated by Robert Omens

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