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Slotin Folk Art Auction at the Historic Buford Hall, November 13th | Arts & Culture

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Slotin Folk Art Auction at the Historic Buford Hall, November 13th
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Over 1,200 lots of self-taught art in a variety of forms will be offered the weekend of Nov. 13-14 by Slotin Folk Art Auction at the Historic Buford Hall, located at 112 East Shadburn Avenue.

The auction comes on the heels of the enormously successful 17th annual Folk Fest, also staged by Slotin Folk Art Auction in Buford. More than 12,000 attendees poured into town from all across the country to experience what was billed as “The World’s Greatest Self-Taught Art Show and Sale.”

While that event was a show and sale, the Nov. 13-14 auction will be just that – self-taught art sold to the highest bidder. Featured will be outsider art, antique and anonymous folk art, Southern folk pottery, vernacular photography, quilts, canes, African-American decorative arts, circus works, oddities, industrial molds, the strange, the unusual, the vanishing America. Headlining the two-day auction will be the prestigious Howard Campbell Americana Collection.

Following is just a handful of what bidders will see cross the block as they settle in for a weekend of self-taught art in a spirited environment of buying and bidding. Online bidding will be facilitated by LiveAuctioneers.com.

Slotin Folk Art Auction is always accepting quality consignments for future sales. To consign a single piece or an entire collection, you may call them, at (770) 532-1115, or (404) 403-4244. Or, you can e-mail them at auction@slotinfolkart.com. To learn more about Slotin Folk Art Auction and the calendar of upcoming events, please log on to www.slotinfolkart.com.

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