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Two Framed Photographs Up for Auction



Lusher Charter School in New Orleans is having its annual Soirée fundraiser tomorrow night, Friday November 9, 2018. The theme is Van Gogh's "Starry Night" and I have donated two photographs from Amsterdam to the silent auction. With online bidding, you don't have to attend to win.

"Serene Canal" - original 8X10 print matted to 11X14 in a black frame:


Find out more about this item: https://501auctions.com/lushersoiree/item/1366014


"Nightlife in Amsterdam" - original 8X10 print matted to 11X14 in a black frame:


Find out more about this item: https://501auctions.com/lushersoiree/item/1366015


Happy Bidding!



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