Andy Warhol, John Baldessari, Keith Haring, Raymond Pettibon, Robert Rauschenberg, Jeff Koons, John Lennon are just a few of the iconic artists whose work will be auctioned off on Sunday Nov. 15, when Santa Monica Auctions holds its 32nd year anniversary auction from 12 to 5 p.m. at its B-7 space at Bergamot Station.

Santa Monica Auctions has been independently owned and operated since 1984. Offering artworks by well-known artists at exceptionally low starting bids is one of the reasons collectors keep coming back. The auction will feature all types of art such as painting sculpture photography etc., by both emerging and established artists.

Santa Monica Auctions prides itself in creating a way for the average art lover to build an art collection of his or her own. One can walk away with an array of masterpieces not normally accessible to the public; artworks such as an Andy Warhol to paintings by contemporary masters.

Artworks available by additional artists include Carlos Almaraz, Terry O’Shea, Robert Rauschenberg, John Register, James Rosenquist, Frank Stella, David Wojnarowicz, Sam Francis and many others. Unlike most auctions, works will be accepted till the last minute and the electronic catalogue is constantly being updated. Check the website for details.

The Santa Monica Auctions annual auction takes place this Sunday, Nov. 15 from 12 to 5 p.m. in front of the B-7 gallery at Bergamot Station Arts Center (2525 Michigan Ave., Santa Monica). Online and phone live bidding will be available. See auction preview on view now at the B-7 gallery at Bergamot Station.

– Submitted by Leslie Reed, KTR PRomo