Clars Offering Monumental Outdoor Sculpture from the Oakland Museum of California
Clars is pleased to be offering outdoor sculpture to be sold in situ on February 17th. One of the highlights is a 144 inch high steel sculpture by SF Bay area’s own, Fletcher Benton (American, b. 1931), Titled, “Donut and Balls with Square (2002),” this fine example of combined geometric shapes epitomizes Benton’s abstract style and will have an estimate of $20,000-30,000
“Harvest (1994),” by Richard Deutsch (American, b. 1953) is a sculpture made from castings of historic California farm and ranch artifacts. This work interprets and ties together the three main focuses of the museum — the art, ecology, and history of California and is estimated at $12,000-18,000
A mesmerizing welded burnished steel sculpture by Matt Glavin (American, b. 1926), Untitled (1967), will also be featured. This beautiful abstract work reflects nature and the blue California sky and will be offered for $10,000-20,000
Known internationally for his large, colorful metal compositions, Michael Bigger (American, 1937-2011) welded iron sculpture, “Love Plow #1 (1968),” stands at 84 inches high by 84 inches wide and is estimated at $8,000-12,000
California and Bay area sculptor, David Kimball Anderson (American, b. 1946) is known for his whimsical and beautifully delicate sculptures. One of which is is a welded steel sculpture titled, “Tilden Lights (1974),” and will be offered for $5,000-7,000.
These are just a few of the many fine sculptures from the Oakland Museum of California that will be offered at Clars February 17th Auction. Please call our main office for more information and check out some of the other incredible items we are offering this month.
(If you are interested in any or all of these aforementioned sculptures, please note that they will be sold onsite on the grounds of the Oakland Museum and the winning bidder(s) are responsible for removal by March 31st.)