PORTLAND — Nearly 50 artists have contributed works for this year’s Black Frame Art Sale, which benefits the Bayside Neighborhood Association.
The association raised more than $6,000 through last year’s sale. The money is used to pay for events and children’s programs in the neighborhood.
This year’s sale will be held Friday, Oct. 8, at Merrill Rehearsal Hall on Myrtle Street. A preview of the art runs from noon to 3 p.m.; the sale begins at 5 p.m. and ends at 8 p.m.
Each 10-inch by 10-inch piece is framed in black and ready to hang. The works cost $200 each.
The first Black Frame Art Sale was held seven years ago. For more information, go to blackframeartsale.com.
“Shell-Fish,” by Allison Bramhall. One of the works available for sale at the Black Frame Art Sale Oct. 8.
“French Kiss” by Ruth Sylmor.