Look! This Sale Is on Fire!

At the corner of Ross and Peak Avenues there is a furniture store with a permanent sign reading, “Everything Must Go.” The fervor-raising, marketing scheme, no-holds-barred sale is not a novel approach to getting things off the shelves. Shrewd businessmen have been doing it for centuries. The new version of it is declaring bankruptcy, only to magically reinvent your company a year later. It’s little wonder this curious human phenomenon caught the attention of artists, who are putting a spin on an Estate Sale at Two Bronze Doors (5732 Richmond Ave.) this Saturday. Stop by the off-the-beaten path house from 6 – 10 p.m. and bring your cash-o-la. Artists including Kyle Confehr, Darcy Neal, Luke Sanchez, and many others, have priced their work to sell. Pieces include textiles, small furniture, paintings, sculpture, and books. For more information visit twobronzedoors.com.
Sat., July 19, 6-10 p.m., 2014
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Lauren Smart
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