The annual auction of La Fenêtre – Center Immersion aux Arts will take place mainly online on December 5 and 6.
From 8 a.m. on Saturday 5 December and until 4 p.m. on Sunday 6 December, you can bid in the comments section of publications presenting the works of art on the Facebook page of the auction, at https://www.facebook.com/EncanLaFenetre.
Bringing together 66 works, the auction will offer works by artists Francesco Iacurto, Umberto Bruni, Yves-Joseph Nolet, Littorio Del Signore, André Bertounesque, Patricia Kramer, Normand Boisvert, André Pleau, Daniel Martel, Solange Lefebvre, Josée Lord, Pierre Bellemare , Raymond Caouette and many others.
Paintings, watercolors, sculptures, photographs, serigraphs, jewelry, including works by several La Fenêtre participants and emerging artists, such as Sébastien Goyette Cournoyer, Andrée-Anne Cartier and Kim Lafontaine, are part of the selection.
The event will be chaired by Raymond Caouette, artistic chair, and Nancy Guilbert, business chair.
Note that it will be possible to see the works of art at the auction in person by appointment in the premises of La Fenêtre (108, boul. Sainte-Madeleine on November 28-29 and December 5-6, from 1 pm at 16 o’clock.
During the days leading up to the online auction, you will be able to see all the works on the La Fenêtre website: http://lafenetre3r.org/oeuvres-de-lencan-2020/
La Fenêtre’s annual auction is the art school’s main fundraising activity. For the community, this is an opportunity to acquire a work of art and at the same time make a strong gesture of supporting the continuity of the organization’s mission.
Dedicated to creating opportunities for the social inclusion of people with disabilities in the Mauricie through art education, La Fenêtre offers the most diverse adapted arts workshops leading to collective works.