St. Pete’s Creative Clay is auctioning off folk art for as low as $5

Proceeds benefit programs for adults with developmental, emotional, and/or physical disabilities.

click to enlarge Folk Art Frenzy 'That's a Female Caressing a Cub' By Robert Dunlap. Acrylic on Wood (Kim's Choice) - c/o Creative Clay
c/o Creative Clay
Folk Art Frenzy 'That's a Female Caressing a Cub' By Robert Dunlap. Acrylic on Wood (Kim's Choice)

Creative Clay’s third virtual auction launched on July 5 and wraps on July 16. Available to big on are artwork by the nonprofit’s member artists, selected by “Folk Art Champion” staffers, board members and friends. The best part is that bidding starts at just $5.

All proceeds benefit Creative Clay’s programs, which serve adults with developmental, emotional, and/or physical disabilities. “The idea is that if someone else loves a particular painting, whether for sentimental reasons or because of the artist’s use of color, others will, too,” organizers wrote in a press release.

Find a link to see the artwork and bid by visiting @creativeclaystpete on Facebook.

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