Silent Auction of Art by Cleveland Artists at Becky's

Submitted by Evelyn Kiefer on Sat, 07/22/2006 - 00:42.
07/22/2006 - 19:00
07/22/2006 - 21:00

This is no ordinary silent auction.


Horse Pucky Collage by Liz Maughan

Becky's bar and grille has long been a favorite hang out for artists in downtown Cleveland. The flavor of the crowd, as well as the food, is always exceptional. Drinks are stiff, however the clientel is anything but. Saturday, July 22nd at seven o'clock characters of all types are welcome to join Cleveland artists as they spice up the joint with a show that includes paintings, glass, multi-media, prints and more. Things should get livley as all of the artwork is up for auction. Artists will include: Anne K. Hayes, Liz Maugans, P.J. Doran, William Greenburg, and Streets of Manhatten. Becky's is practically a Cleveland landmark. It is located at 1762 East 18th street, between Chester and Payne. The silent auction begins at seven p.m. and ends promptly at nine p.m.

For more information please call 216-288-0216 or e-mail anniehayes [at] adelphia [dot] net.


1762 East 18th street, between Chester and Payne
Cleveland, OH
United States
boy_horse_big.jpg15.21 KB

I won big at the Becky's auction

I didn't make it to the silent auction at Becky's, but Evelyn did and she said it was great, and great bargains were to be had (which is always the case with local arts benefit sales, since arts patrons in NEO are nonexistent and so, soooo cheap!) - so Evelyn got me a totally cool work by Anne Hayes (who organized the event)... a construction on plywood of a gooey painted tree of 100 plastic army men all gelled together into an explosion of mayhem - sweet and perfect with my collection of local arts of destruction. Thanks to Anne for the good work (of art and organizing this event).

Disrupt IT