$50 goes a long way in NYC…

that is if you attend the 14th Annual Friends of Friends Photography Auction on Tuesday, December 7th at the Metropolitan Pavilion in NYC.   It grants you admission to the live (or absentee) bids, you will receive a duotone and four color catalog and a paddle number.

The auction benefits the Anghor Hospital for Children (AHC) through the efforts of Friends Without A Border.  Over 120 Fine Art photography prints are available to add to your collection.  The perfect way to both support the arts and to help the children of Cambodia.  Kenro Izu’s dream became a reality 11 years ago when the AHC opened it’s doors in 1999.  With a satellite hospital his reality is moving forward.  So if you want to make a difference, this is the perfect way…

For inquires email:  fwab@fwab.org

All of the art will soon be available for viewing online at:

http://www.fwabphotoauction.org   which includes links to each artist’s homepage.

Join Jene Youtt and me for an evening of art.  This list of artists is extensive and impressive and we are humbled and honored to be included among this prestigious group.

Richard Gere “Amalfi coast” courtesy of Gere Foundation

Steve McCurry “Tibitan woman at Stupa, Amdo, Tibet, 2001” courtesy of Imagine Asia

Kenro Izu “HH Dalai Lama #393, India 2009” courtesy of Howard Greenberg Gallery

Jene Youtt “Met Life building” courtesy of Emmanuel Fremin Gallery

Mary Durante Wehrhahn “Inner workings – red umbrella” courtesty of Emmanuel Fremin Gallery

Michael Kenna “Huangshan Mountains” courtesy of Robert Mann Gallery

Lillian Bassman “Margie Cato c 1950”

Ruth Orkin “White Stoops, NYC” courtesy of Howard Greenberg Gallery

Elliott Erwitt “California,1955” courtesy of Rick Wester Fine Art

the list goes on and on.


Mark your calendars, reserve your paddle:

Tuesday, December 7th, 2010

Preview and Cocktail reception 6-7pm

Live Auction 7 – 8:30pm

Metropolitan Pavilion

123 West 18th Street

5th Floor The Level

New York, NY 10011

We hope to see you there – pass the word around.

Yours truly,

Mary Durante Wehrhahn Youtt


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