Event: Retrospective Exhibit of Works by A. Paul and Fundraiser for the National Brain Tumor Society
July 22, 7-9 pm Exhibit Reception open to public
National Brain Tumor Society Chief Strategy & Development Officer Lauren Hall will be present at the exhibit reception. Please join us in welcoming her.
In recognition of Congress’ Declaration of July 20, 2022, as National Glioblastoma Awareness Day, never before seen and rarely seen works by A. Paul will be on exhibit at Cortile with 40% of net proceeds of the exhibition sales donated to NBTS to further medical research for glioblastoma, the disease that shortened the life and career of A. Paul. Over 30 last available studio and estate-held works by A. Paul will be on exhibit at Cortile Gallery. Amongst these are rare early original works that will be offered this one time only for the public viewing and acquisition. There will not be any additional early works available to the public eye once this exhibit concludes as any remaining estate works will return to the estate permanent collection. Please note, some estate-held works on view in the exhibit will only be available as museum quality fine art giclees. Not all remaining works that are available for acquisition will be on exhibit in the gallery during the event. These few non-exhibit catalogued “available for acquisition” works may be viewed at the studio by appointment through the gallery beginning July 25, so long as the pieces remain available.
To see the Catalogue of Works by A. Paul please click on the following link for a pdf online version. Printed and bound copies of the catalogue are available for $50 as part of the exhibit fundraiser. Contact the gallery if interested in acquiring a printed copy as they are limited in number. Please be aware that all original works available for acquisition will be on a first come, first decision-made basis. In the event two or more individuals decide at the same time on the same piece of art, the top one time offer will be accepted to maximize the donation for the cause. Unfortunately, given the nature of the event, works will not be able to be held for a later decision. Since our goal is to raise the largest donation possible to NBTS, discounted offers will not be accepted on the works in this exhibit. Please help us make a difference for those in the future who face this illness through the these last artistic gifts left by A. Paul.
Online Catalogue: PDF Catalogue of Works by A. Paul
In addition to the A. Paul retrospective exhibit, many Cortile Gallery artists have donated a work and the artist proceeds to support this fundraiser. Sadly, many of these artists have experienced a loss of a loved one to brain cancer and other cancers. This fundraiser provides a means to honor those individuals while hopefully helping others. Please consider supporting their contributions and view their dedications exhibited on the “In Honor Of…” wall of the lower gallery. If you are not in the market for acquiring a piece of art, please consider donating in honor of our artists directly to the National Brain Tumor Society at the provided link.
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