Tuesday, August 17, 2021

Save the Date - Oct 15 - "Grab Your Monet and Let’s Gogh!"

Welcome to Franklin Democratic Town Committee’s  First Live Simulcast Virtual Art Auction coming soon …. presented in collaboration with Arin Ross Auctions, in partnership with Marlin Art …. with art prints from an amazing variety of artists from around the world …. 

Something for everyone’s taste and budget! …..from Ansel Adams to Thomas Kincaid to Peter Max to Lucille Raad to Norman Rockwell to Andrew Wyeth and dozens more! 

Art available at 1/3 - 1/2 off regular gallery prices! 

Franklin Democratic Town Committee presents
a Live Simulcast Virtual 
Grab Your Monet and Let’s Gogh! 

WHO: Art lovers anywhere in the Continental United States and supporters of FDTC
WHAT: Our first ever live simulcast Virtual Art Auction Fundraiser
WHEN: Early Registration only Monday, October 4, 2021 at 9:00am EST
             Registration, Preview, Pre-bid/Max bid Wednesday Oct 13, 2021 at 9:00am EST
             *First 100 people to register during preview are entered 
to win a $100 VISA gift card !!*

LIVE Auction: Friday Oct 15, 2021 at 7:00pm EST
WHERE: The comfort and safety of your residence 
HOW:    Visit bid.marlinart.com 
  • Registration is required to preview artwork and memorabilia and receive your Bid Number. 
  • Opening bid with full description of each piece will be displayed.
  • You will be able to pre-bid and/or set maximum bid.
  • REGISTER EARLY!  Preview ends at showtime on Friday.
  • All artwork shipped anywhere within the Continental United States free of charge 
  • directly to your residence! 
  • All persons interested, family, friends, near and far are welcome!  This is a nationwide event.
  • Something for everyone’s taste and budget! 

Questions?   halpern2127@comcast.net 

Would you like a helpful reminder of dates emailed to you?   Send message with Subject Line: 
“Art Auction, I want to Gogh!”  to  halpern2127@comcast.net 

Save the Date - Oct 15 - "Grab Your Monet and Let’s Gogh!"
Save the Date - Oct 15 - "Grab Your Monet and Let’s Gogh!"

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