It’s time again for Burien’s biggest art party – Burien Arts Association’s 13th Annual ‘Vision 20/20’ Art Sale and Fundraiser.

As with most events, this year’s version is virtual.

Visit the auction website to preview over 500 pieces of unique art produced exclusively for the event by over 50 artists. Each work is on an 8-inch x 8-inch wood panel in the medium of the artist’s choosing.

Register your name and credit card information on the Vision 20/20 website to bid in the auction. Share the link with family, friends, followers, and colleagues so they can participate, also.

Unlike previous one-night Vision 20/20 galas, this is a three-day affair with auction bidding beginning Saturday, Nov. 14 at 6:30 p.m. and ending at midnight, Monday, Nov. 16. The website is open now to preview the art so you can choose the favorites that you want to start bidding for on Nov. 14.

The auction comes at a perfect time to pick out affordable holiday gifts from the comfort of your home. Bidding begins at a low $40 each.

Winners may pick up their art on Nov. 21 and 22. Shipping arrangements may be made for buyers out of the Puget Sound area. More details are available on the Vision 20/20 and Burien Arts websites.

The annual gala is Burien Arts Association’s largest fundraiser. It helps fund the group’s arts and cultural programs throughout the year, including art classes for youth, art exhibits at Highline Heritage Museum, Shakespeare in the Park, and our Burien Arts Highline Foundation Scholarship to a graduating senior pursuing the arts.

Thanks to Pedro Espinoza of the Northwest Carpenters Union and the Pacific Northwest Council of Carpenters for fabrication of the artist panels.

Also thank you to 4Culture for its sustaining support of Burien Arts’ programs.


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