New original paintings auctioned to benefit Operation Nightwatch Portland

June 28, 2010 at 4:35 pm Leave a comment

This is a great way to make these sets of new, original paintings (all done this month) while supporting a worthy cause.

The paintings are mixed media, acrylic, paper and ink, and were produced in June 2010 here in the Portland area. Portions (15% of the winning price) of this auction will be donated to the same, to support future art programs and events to make creative arts accessible to those who are low-income, mentally/physically/developmentally challenged, and/or homeless. Operation Nightwatch (ON) is an ecumenical night ministry of friendship and community that has been serving the street population of downtown Portland since 1981. Now with the newly purchased RV unit, ON is soon expanding to the Johnson Creek/Clackamas/Lents area and other locations throughout the metropolitan region.

The Set 1: The Elemental Cats — Fire, Wind, Water, Earth
Acrylic, ink and paper on four canvas panels, each sized 3″ x 5″

The Set 2: A set of two watercolors — “A Summer Day in a Park” (a scene at Couch Park, Northwest Portland last week), and “Moon Cat”
Watercolor on two canvas panels, each sized 3″ x 5″

For links to the eBay listings use: (shows both sets) with the ending number 30327 as part of the address. If it does not work, you can access the page through


Entry filed under: By Sarah Morrigan, events.

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