Please join David for a special reception tomorrow at the Hoerle-Guggenheim Gallery in celebration of his acclaimed Subconcious Narratives show. A special limited edition print and new original art will be released at the reception, with proceeds to benefit The Mockingbird Foundation. This event is free, and tickets are not required. Refreshments will be served, art will be sold and appreciated, and both David and representatives from Mockingbird will be there to hang out and enjoy your company.
When: Wednesday, 12/30/15. Noon - 4pm.
Where: Hoerle-Guggenheim Gallery, 527 West 23rd Street, NYC
NEW ART: A special very limited edition print - a two-layer, hand-pulled Rutherford variant titled "Drowned Again" will be available at the reception, with proceeds to benefit Mockingbird. Created with an edition size of 40, this piece will ONLY be sold at the gallery reception, no online sales. In addition, David will be making available on 12/30 previously unseen original art for sale. Any original pieces purchased during the reception, either at the gallery or via David's website, will see a portion of the sales price donated to Mockingbird. Finally, David will be releasing a special Subconscious Narratives Box Set (four embossed giclees from the show paintings; a hand printed, signed and numbered COA; two screen prints and an original drawing. The box itself is custom made and will be hand screened and signed.) at the show.
Also available at the reception from The Mockingbird Foundation will be a new Rutherford basketball jersey, created in conjunction with David Welker and Boyer Art. This will be the first opportunity to get your fingers on and torso into this awesome new limited edition jersey, so be sure to come down to the gallery before hitting the Phish show!
BREAKING NEWS: Relix is giving away two tickets to David Welker's sold-out Late Night Art Meltdown (Phish after-show party on 1/1) plus a Welker print from this summer's Phish show at the Mann. Enter to win here.
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