What better way to show off your KU pride than bidding on Rachael Sudlow’s beautiful jewelry piece, Campanile Love Necklace, in the 2018 Benefit Art Auction Exhibition!
About the Artist
A graduate from the Rhode Island School of Design, Rachael’s photography work captures the landscape with an unusual perspective, bringing both the bovine and the barnyard up close and personal while transforming them into a new reality. Her jewelry line has been described as ‘a whimsical take on the everyday,’ focusing on small, classic pieces that incorporate mixed metals, beads, and stones. Rachael also teaches jewelry classes here at the Lawrence Arts Center.
Learn more about Rachael by visiting her website.
The Benefit Art Auction
Established by artists in 1981 as a way to fund a not-for-profit gallery, the Lawrence Arts Center Annual Benefit Art Auction provides funding for the exhibitions program now occupying five spaces in the Arts Center and enriched by Art Talks, films, and more. Approximately 190 pieces generously donated by artists will be on exhibit for four weeks. Bidding on auction works is an opportunity to support exhibitions at the Lawrence Arts Center – all proceeds from sales go toward continuing to support the program.