Headlands Center for the Arts auction again this year, which will be held June 1st at the Herbst Pavillion. My painting sold for a great price last year and I am hoping to do even better this year. It retails for $2,100 and bidding will start at $840, but you can buy it now for $3,150 and support a great program. Here is their mission statement:
By facilitating artists' research and supporting the creative process, Headlands Center for the Arts fosters a unique environment from which new ideas emerge that can change the way we see the world.
Headlands provides emerging and established artists with the valuable resources of time and space for open-ended investigation, experimentation and collaboration. By not requiring artists to showcase their work at the end of their residencies, Headlands gives artists the opportunity to push the boundaries of their own practice - free from the usual imperative to create a finished product.
By supporting local, national, and international artists from a wide range of disciplines - including visual artists, dancers, choreographers, musicians, composers, writers, and curators - Headlands sparks collaborations that promote new approaches to environmental stewardship, foster community building and provide a catalyst for social change.