Alex Lifeson 2017 Limited Edition Signed Prints Now Available
Over the years, Alex Lifeson has donated numerous original paintings to the Kidney Foundation of Canada's annual Brush of Hope charity auction. Last week, his painting for this year's auction fetched an impressive CAN $9,600! (US $7,574.56).
Today, the Kidney Foundation has announced the availability of autographed prints of Alex's painting from last year's charity auction, titled Aquarium. From the news release:
Rush Guitarist, Alex Lifeson, is a music legend. He is also an incredible visual artist. This is a rare opportunity to own one of his paintings at a very reasonable cost. Alex's original paintings regularly sell for thousands of dollars. He has been a regular contributor of original art to The Kidney Foundation of Canada's, "A Brush of Hope" project, where he receives hundreds of bids on his work.For ordering information, please click HERE.
Now, The Kidney Foundation of Canada, Atlantic Branch and Canadian great, Alex Lifeson, have teamed up to produce another round of exclusive limited edition prints. Only 200 prints have been made of 'Aquarium'. Each print is numbered and Alex Lifeson has personally signed each individual print. That's right, each print has Alex Lifeson's ORIGINAL signature on it. The print is on high quality, heavy stock, acid free paper. In addition, each print comes with a certificate of authenticity, signed by the Executive Director of the Atlantic Branch of The Kidney Foundation of Canada, confirming that the print you have purchased is one of only 200 for 'Aquarium'. The certificate also shows the print number (eg. Print No. 33 Limited Edition of 200). The certificate is printed on linen paper, making it ideal for framing with the art print or for displaying on its own.
Each print is $200 CDN. We will ship all prints using an expedited shipping method. The cost of shipping and handling within Canada is $25, to the USA is $40, and Internationally is $75. Please allow 3-5 weeks for delivery. International deliveries may take longer.
Thanks to Kelly Moretta for passing along the news.