Vivienne Lux’s Latest Design to Benefit Charity
A signed and numbered reproduction of the artist’s “Melody of a Muse” will be up for auction at the Catalina Island Conservancy Ball
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
PHOENIX, ARIZONA, (April 14, 2018)—Vivienne Lux's signed and numbered canvas reproduction of "Melody of a Muse" will be auctioned off at the Catalina Island Conservancy Ball on April 14, 2018. The work is number 2 of 25 and the proceeds will benefit the Catalina Island Conservancy.
The annual black-tie event has helped to raise over $6.2 million for the Catalina Island Conservancy’s conservation, education and recreation programs.
You can preview auction items and start bidding now: https://one.bidpal.net/2018ball/browse/3(details:item/209)
"Melody of a Muse" is the story of unrequited love, and how harnessing the energy generated by a powerful, yet one-sided connection, can be transformed into a Muse to drive soul-stirring, creative success. The signed, and numbered, 16" x 16" canvas reproduction was custom printed in Los Angeles.
Vivienne Lux is a fine artist based in Phoenix, AZ. Her handcrafted, abstract typography designs are used to create the textiles for her fashion line and home goods. Lux's goal is to bring truly wearable art to the mass marketplace through her vibrant, hypnotic, urban art designs. Her style merges the zest and vitality of Urban Art, mixed with the elegance and vintage glamour of Art Nouveau. Her background as an Art Director/Graphic Designer, combined with the three major locations in which she's lived; Chicago, Los Angeles, and Phoenix, is evident though the color palettes, typographical nuances and rhythmic motion visible in each piece.
The Catalina Island Conservancy's mission is to be a responsible steward of our lands through a balance of conservation, education and recreation. One of the oldest private land trusts in Southern California, it protects 88 percent of Catalina Island, including more than 62 miles of unspoiled beaches and secluded coves—the longest publicly accessible stretch of undeveloped coastline left in Southern California. Catalina Island is home to more than 60 plant, animal and insect species found nowhere else in the world. It is visited by more than one million people annually. More than sixty thousand school children each year visit camps on Conservancy lands.
For more information:
Catalina Island Conservancy