The Sonoma Valley Art Museum has extended its Wall2Wall art auction for two days and lowered some prices.
More than 120 paintings, prints, sculptures and photographs are available in the auction, which will now end on May 18 at midnight instead of May 16.
The auction primarily features works of art donated by artists and collectors, and includes works by leading national and international artists such as Clayton Bailey, Erik Castro, Catherine Daley, Guy Diehl, Shelby Graham, Brigitte McReynolds, Deborah Oropallo, Inez Storer and Keith Wicks. .
“This is a great opportunity to get works from top-notch artists at great prices,” said Pat Meier-Johnson, Co-Chair of the auction. “All proceeds go to education and arts programs, so it’s a great way to support our students and our community.”
You can bid on items sold at auction by visiting this page or by accessing the museum’s website at svma.org.
Founded in 1998, SVMA is a member-funded non-profit organization that offers seasonal exhibitions of contemporary and modern art as well as educational and public programs for children, youth and adults.
The museum is located at 551 Broadway, half a block from Sonoma Plaza. It is open Wednesday through Sunday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Everyone is admitted free on Wednesdays. On other days, general admission is $10 but is free for SVMA members.