MoNA Auction: Stop in to preview art now

Silent bidding starts June 10


THIS WILL ADD SOME COLOR TO THIS WALL – Lucy Mae VanZanden hung Don Coppock’s “Tri-Hex Sequence: Shazam Box,” 2015, Acrylic on Canvas, 50” x 48” on May 25 in preparation for MoNA’s 29th annual auction. Take a look for yourself now and next week. Bidding starts June 10. – Photo by Ken Stern

This year the art is back on the walls. The Museum of Northwest Art is holding its 29th auction next week, celebrating regional art, the museum’s 40th birthday and the easing of the COVID-19 pandemic. The physical experience will be integrated with the virtual one. Art enthusiasts can go to MoNA and browse through the art until the “First Forty | Next Forty Art Auction” opens for bidding June 10.

Since the museum’s first auction in 1992, it has been a premier regional art event, organizers say, bringing collectors and artists together each June. Paintings and sculptures from a four...

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