Art Auction with Lost Train Originals!

You’ve probably heard that The Lost Train Anthology is released and available. But you also have a short window of opportunity to get a great deal on the original artworks that were featured in photo images in the book…as well as other wonderful items – and it supports independent artists. North Bend Art & Industry is running a silent auction right now! Their live stream auction will be entertaining, so don’t miss out! That’s this Saturday, September 19th 5-8pm Pacific Daylight Time. Come for fun or to pick up some unique and beautiful artworks or entertainment packages. Enjoy!

Info on how to participate for the live stream event:

Please join us in 2 DAYS for Fall for Art 2020 – NBA&I Annual Fundraiser “almost live” live stream event Saturday, September 19th from 5- 8pm. This Fundraiser will help us raise funds to break ground at the site of the future Center for the Creation of Art in North Bend, WA – USA.

Here is what you need to know about the event.
Registration is required for both the live stream and the on-line auction (two separate registrations) There is no charge for either, but the on-line auct…ion does ask for your credit card number (this is only used if you bid on something and win)

1) Register for the Live Stream Event: Click here for Live Event and Auction or https://watch.eventive.org/fallf…/…/5f49471978e506005bb6b61c
2) The Silent (on-line) Auction is on NOW through Sept 19th at 8pm. There are some VERY cool things, and still more being added. Be sure to register to see what is available https://charityauction.bid/nbaifallforart2020.bid.com

A few hints for the 19th. We have been advised that the best experience for the live stream and auction, is to use two separate devices.
a) Livestream on your tablet or laptop
b) Auction Items and bid (if you like) on your phone. You can download the Auctria Ap for this option — it makes is super easy to engage with the auction items.

AND, we have a few activities during the Livestream event… to be prepared, have a pen/pencil and paper at the ready, AND a rock (any size) along with a Sharpie!!

Gather your friends for this super fun experience!

Spotlight: Minh -THE LOST TRAIN ANTHOLOGY

Pepper Allphin -Old Tree 300dpi VERY FINAL

Old Tree – by Pepper Allphin

THE LOST TRAIN Anthology is here! Thanks for the great celebration on release day,  September 1st! Now that you’ve seen the wonderful cover artwork, let’s see the full piece and meet the artist behind it…

Minh, aka Minh Ho-Dac Rosen’s painting, Dream Train was chosen for the cover unanimously by the artwork committee on The Lost Train Anthology project. Sheri, the editor and cover designer, worked closely with Minh to combine the bright textural piece with the necessary title elements for a final cover that made them both smile. They were also pleased by the serendipity of Minh’s engine ‘2’ coinciding with FVP’s 2nd Anthology. And the whole group involved in the anthology was delighted with the cover reveal! If you haven’t seen it yet, you can see Minh’s colorful piece, and how it appeared on the anthology’s cover below. And here’s a peek at some of Minh’s other work. Be sure to follow her link to more…

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Find more of Minh’s work at Art Gallery of SnoValley

All Proceeds from the Anthology benefit non-profit Arts organization North Bend Art & Industry. Thanks for supporting the Arts!

GET THE LOST TRAIN ANTHOLOGY HERE

THE LOST TRAIN COVER

Photo Credit: for Pepper Allphin’s Old Tree and Minh’s Dream Train – Tara Sreekumar, plentyopixels.com

THE LOST TRAIN has arrived!

Anthology Cover Front Lost Train FinalYes, today’s the day…the official Release of THE LOST TRAIN Anthology! Please consider purchasing it on Sept. 1st – today – since your choice can help raise visibility to a larger community when pooled with others on Amazon today. So your support for local Arts programs gets boosted to even more benefit!

To celebrate the big day, here’s a note from Editor, Sheri J. Kennedy:

This project came along during a time of deep uncertainty and difficulty for artists. With the lock down for covid-19 and event cancellations that followed, the whole community was reeling, but artists and authors were also hit in their livelihood.

Sheri

Sheri J Kennedy, Editor

The Anthology project brought a talented and prolific group of artists and authors together and provided a chance to work together to send new beauty to the greater community. The result was  incredibly encouraging to all of us who worked on it. Though we were separated physically, we came together online and felt that amazing connection that is so needed right now. I think you’ll feel the spirit of connection in this collection too!
All proceeds benefit building of facilities to bring artists of all kinds together through North Bend Art & Industry.  I know I can speak for all of our authors and artists in saying that we hope you enjoy this wonderful collection of stories and artworks as much as we enjoyed creating them for you! You can get yours today!

photo of Sheri J Kennedy by Brenda Huckle, Genuine Photography