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  • The address for this sale in Washington, DC 20009 will be available after
    9:00 AM
    on Thursday, December 14th, 2017.
Fri
Dec 15
10am to 3pm
2017
Sat
Dec 16
11am to 4pm
2017
Sun
Dec 17
10am to 3pm
2017

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1) TAX ON ALL SALES.
2) FINAL/AS-IS/NO REFUNDS, EXCHANGES, RETURNS
3) NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY ACCIDENTS OR INJURIES ON THIS PROPERTY
4) WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO INSPECT ALL BAGS. NO LARGE BAGS WILL BE ALLOWED IN THE HOUSE.
5) PLEASE BE PREPARED TO MOVE ITEMS DURING THE SALE. PLEASE BRING A BAG IF YOU PURCHASE ANYTHING.
6) PLEASE TEXT ANY QUESTIONS YOU HAVE REGARDING THS SALE. WE WILL NOT ANSWER CALLS DURING THE SALES.
7) PLEASE BE PREPARED TO MOVE ITEMS DURING THE SALE. BRING SOMEONE TO HELP YOU MOVE TIMES FROM THE SALE.
8) THERE IS A 3% CHARGE ON ALL CREDIT CARD TRANSACTIONS.
9) BRING PACKING MATERIALS TO THE SALE TO PACK FRAGILE ITEMS THAT YOU PURCHASE
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Brian Petro was an amazing local artist that recently passed.  We will be selling the rest of his collection the third weekend of December.  

Brian Petro was a native of central Pennsylvania and was born Oct. 1, 1970. He worked in sports medicine for six years before pursuing art full-time, which he did for the last 20-plus years creating multi-media works using ink, paint, old newspapers and more. He credited his style as inspired by the dichotomy of having grown up in a supportive yet rural area and the independence required for urban life, according to a bio he used professionally. He cited global travel and urban exploration as inspirations for his artistic aesthetic.

His work was shown in galleries in New York, Hawaii, Philadelphia, New Orleans, Washington, Rehoboth Beach, Del., and more. His clients included Absolut Vodka, which commissioned an ad used in Dupont Circle; the Ritz Carlton Hotels; Saks Fifth Avenue; IBM, which commissioned a 20-foot mural; the Library of Congress and others.

A 20-year retrospective of his work was held at the Paper Gallery in Philadelphia, the first professional gallery to exhibit his work.

“Brian set the example of what it means to be a good human,” Guenther said. “He loved unconditionally and accepted people for who they were, no matter what. For me, he defined what it means to be a friend simply by being the example. He was one of the most creative, kind and generous people that I have ever met and I consider it one of the greatest gifts of my life to have had the privilege to call him my best friend.”

This is our last sale for 2017!   Wishing all of our customers and friends a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!  See you in 2018!! 

 

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