BARBARA SINATRA CHILDREN'S CENTER &
CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL L.A. BENEFIT ART AUCTION

March 28 - March 31, 2018

BARBARA SINATRA CHILDREN_S CENTER __br_
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CODA GALLERY PRESENTS
MAKE MARCH MATTER
BENEFIT ART AUCTION

MARCH 28-31, 2018


PALM DESERT, CA — In support of the Barbara Sinatra Children’s Center in Rancho Mirage and Children’s Hospital Los Angeles’ Make March Matter campaign, CODA Gallery presents a special benefit art auction, March 28-31. Continuing the legacy of giving back to the community established by its founders, Connie and David Katz, CODA Gallery is honored to participate in the nonprofit organizations’ commitment to helping the region’s most vulnerable children and ensure they receive the critical and lifesaving care they need. 

The following CODA Gallery artists are donating artworks to the Make March Matter Benefit Art Auction: Mark Bowles, Mark Davis, Esteban, Marty Goldstein, Brett Hammond, Siri Hollander, Kathleen Keifer, Daniel Maltzman, Father Bill Moore, Jamie Perry, Andrea Raft, Karen Shapiro, and Michael Steirnagle. The silent auction will begin with a preview reception at the gallery on March 28, 5-7 p.m., for supporters of the beneficiary organizations as well as the general public. Refreshments will be served. Please RSVP to contact@codagallery.com or call 760-346-4661. The auction will continue in the gallery through March 31. One hundred percent of sales of the works donated by the artists for the auction will go directly to the Make March Matter fundraising campaign. Additionally, the gallery will donate a portion of all sales in the gallery during the auction to make the last few days of March really matter to the children’s center and hospital.

ABOUT THE BARBARA SINATRA CHILDREN’S CENTER: Founded in 1986 by Barbara and Frank Sinatra, the mission of the Barbara Sinatra Children’s Center is to counsel physically, sexually, and emotionally abused children and to focus on prevention, community education, and breaking the cycle of generational abuse. No child is ever turned away due to a family’s inability to pay. Approximately 90 percent of the nonprofit’s budget comes from the generosity of a caring worldwide community, charitable organizations, and fundraising events.

 
Landscape in Color Mark Bowles
Landscape in Color
Acrylic on canvas
36 x 36 inches
$3,900

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Opening Bid: $1,950

 
A New Leaf Mark Davis
A New Leaf
Mobile, painted brass/aluminum
17 x 40 x 12 inches
$3,200

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Opening Bid: $1,600

 
Mini Stretch Marty Goldstein
Mini Stretch
Bronze
11 x 8 x 5 inches
$1,150

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Opening bid: $575

 
Super Support Brett Hammond
Super Support
Acrylic on canvas
24 x 24 inches
$2,500

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Opening bid: $1,250

 
Mid-Century Cool Pool Kathleen Keifer
Mid-Century Cool Pool
Acrylic on canvas
18 x 36 inches
$1,600

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Opening Bid: $800

 
Arriba Siri Hollander
Arriba
Steel
57 x 65 x 14 inches
$4,500

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Opening Bid: $2,250

 
Entrada Father Bill Moore
Entrada
Acrylic on canvas
12 x 12 inches
$1,100

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Opening Bid: $550

 
Small Cross Series _100 Father Bill Moore
Small Cross Series #100
Acrylic on canvas
7 x 5 inches
$400

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Opening Bid: $200

 
In the Womb of Mother Earth Father Bill Moore
In the Womb of Mother Earth
Acrylic on canvas
60 x 50 inches
$4,500

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Opening Bid: $2,250

 
Check Out Jamie Perry
Check-Out
Acrylic on canvas
36 x 36 inches
$7,200

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Opening Bid: $3,600

 
Wood Song Andrea Raft
Wood Song
Mixed media
23 x 24 inches
$1,700

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Opening Bid: $850

 
Evening in Paris Karen Shapiro
Evening in Paris
Raku ceramic
18.5 x 10 x 4 inches
$1,500

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Opening Bid: $750

 
Two Dancers Michael Steirnagle
Two Dancers
Oil on canvas
20 x 20 inches
$2,500

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Opening Bid: $1,250

 
Untitled Daniel Maltzman
Untitled
Acrylic on canvas
24 x 36 inches
$5,000

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Opening Bid: $2,500