As a gesture of love, faith, good will and enduring commitment to the messages of Jeshua, Glenda Green has donated to Spiritis Church 37 important works of art, mostly her own creations but also a number of museum-worthy pieces by famous artists of the past. This is to ensure there are sufficient funds to continue the priceless messages of Jeshua while freeing enough of her time to write them down for posterity. These works of art will be offered to the public for auction throughout 2016, some of them through Christies and Sothebys. However, there are also a number of pieces we think would be of special interest to the past and current enthusiasts of her writing and teaching. We selected six that are particularly relevant to the Christmas season and to those who have supported her spiritual art and writing so faithfully. We would like to give you first option to examine, consider, and make a bid if you like. It’s a silent auction, so no one but us will know what you bid, and who knows, you may win! Due to the rare, unique and irreplaceable nature of these works there is a minimum bid, but we will consider anything at that price or above.
Each work of art is certified as to flawless condition and perfect state of conservation. Each one is, of course, signed and dated by the artist. Each work of art will be accompanied by a “Provenance” (historical description) stating when, why, and how it was created, along with any public exhibition or museum records where it has been displayed.
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