Finkel art works for sale Saturday


Nearly 500 pieces of artwork by Bill Finkel will be for sale Saturday from 9 a.m. to noon in the Masonic Building adjacent to Jen’s Deli, 28 W. Main St., Wilmington, with most pieces priced between $10 and $100. Joyce Shunk is pictured adjusting pieces of the collection, which she and her husband, Hal Shunk, professor of art at Wilmington College and Finkel’s close friend, have organized for presentation. Finkel, who moved from his downtown Wilmington apartment/studio into an assisted living facility, felt it was a good time to sell his vast collection.


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Nearly 500 pieces of artwork by Bill Finkel will be for sale Saturday from 9 a.m. to noon in the Masonic Building adjacent to Jen’s Deli, 28 W. Main St., Wilmington, with most pieces priced between $10 and $100. Joyce Shunk is pictured adjusting pieces of the collection, which she and her husband, Hal Shunk, professor of art at Wilmington College and Finkel’s close friend, have organized for presentation. Finkel, who moved from his downtown Wilmington apartment/studio into an assisted living facility, felt it was a good time to sell his vast collection.

Nearly 500 pieces of artwork by Bill Finkel will be for sale Saturday from 9 a.m. to noon in the Masonic Building adjacent to Jen’s Deli, 28 W. Main St., Wilmington, with most pieces priced between $10 and $100. Joyce Shunk is pictured adjusting pieces of the collection, which she and her husband, Hal Shunk, professor of art at Wilmington College and Finkel’s close friend, have organized for presentation. Finkel, who moved from his downtown Wilmington apartment/studio into an assisted living facility, felt it was a good time to sell his vast collection.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/05/web1_BilFinkelArtSale.jpgNearly 500 pieces of artwork by Bill Finkel will be for sale Saturday from 9 a.m. to noon in the Masonic Building adjacent to Jen’s Deli, 28 W. Main St., Wilmington, with most pieces priced between $10 and $100. Joyce Shunk is pictured adjusting pieces of the collection, which she and her husband, Hal Shunk, professor of art at Wilmington College and Finkel’s close friend, have organized for presentation. Finkel, who moved from his downtown Wilmington apartment/studio into an assisted living facility, felt it was a good time to sell his vast collection. Courtesy photo