At the auction, “my” house, sold to the Bon Air Shopping Center, with a $6,000 winning bid. It will be put on public display at the center. The $6,000 price was the most paid for any of the 25 houses. I am pleased to have raised so much for Ritter House and that the house will be out in public.
Kathleen Lipinski has started work on a house. The Ritter Center, an organization which supports homeless and underpaid people, has launched a public art project called “Art Houses of Marin,” which hopes to auction off small wooden houses decorated by local artists. You can read more about the project here and here.
Kathleen has just started work on her house. Her house will feature four landscape paintings, in four seasons, from four areas of marin.
The painting of the house has just begun, and will take some weeks to complete. For now, here is some progress that you can see. Keep checking back in the next few days to see how it shapes up!