The Santuario de San Antonio Parish Francisfest joyfully presents SpectaculART 2: An auction of art, jewelry and homeware. Both pristine and pre-loved pieces are up for grabs.
The proceeds of the auction shall assist in the numerous Social Services and development ministries of SSAP and its sister parishes.
SpectaculART 2 will feature Fine Jewelry, Estate, Artisan and an assortment of diamonds, pearls, and colored stones. The homeware collection will feature European, Asian, and locally sourced pieces ranging from antique, vintage, and contemporary furniture and home décor.
This year, SpectaculART 2 shall showcase a carefully curated selection of meaningful works created by esteemed artists namely: National Artist for Visual Art Carlos “Botong” Francisco, Impy Pilapil, Romeo Tabuena, and Anita Magsaysay Ho.
Unique pieces by renowned Filipino Visual Artists Gus Albor, Ramon Diaz, Jojo Guingona, Noli Principe Manalang, Isabel Campa, Ivy Lim, and Marivic Rufino are pooled together in a celebration of Philippine Art in the last few decades.
Unique prints by Salvador Dali and John Lennon will also be for sale.
SpectaculART 2 also gathers numerous up-and-coming artists to give them an opportunity to reach a wider audience and also to showcase their work. They may just dominate the scene in the years to come.
A bid on their work gives a heartwarming sense of validation and accomplishment. A ray of positivity and inspiration during these troubled times. A win-win situation.
SpectaculaART kicked off its first edition last year in response to the pandemic and the quarantine restrictions imposed upon us. So let us bid, buy and invest in art, jewelry, and unique pieces for your home while helping the Santuario de San Antonio Parish Ministries. Support SpectaculART 2.
Online viewing begins Sept. 25 on www.spectaculartph.com. Preview of selected items starts on Sept. 25 in the San Antonio Parish Center by appointment. Online bidding is from Oct. 1 to 3 on www.spectaculartph.com.
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