Lance Letscher Custom All City Bicycle Frame

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START
14
December 2019
09:00 AM CST
END
31
January 2020
09:00 AM CST
RAISED
$0.00
GOAL $3,000.00
0.0% To Goal

About Our Auction

Lance Letscher donated his artistic creativity to benefit funding the recovery for Mr. James Womack, who was in a serious motorcycle accident and is still in the process of recovering and rehabilitation.
Monkey Wrench Bicycles in Austin, Texas donated the bicycle frame.


About James Womack Benefit

Lance Letscher Collage Bicycle Frame to Benefit James Womack Recovery

Lance Letscher donated his artistic creativity to benefit funding the recovery for Mr. James Womack, who was in a serious motorcycle accident and is still in the process of recovering and rehabilitation.

Lance Letscher is a contemporary American collage artist. Known for his meticulously constructed compositions, he sources material from a range of antique papers, discarded notebooks, magazines, and record covers. Like a quilt maker or Modernist painters Josef Albers and Piet Mondrian, Letscher’s work is about arrangements of color and content: He intuitively engages in the endless permutations of form revealed through subtly complex compositional choices. “The work guides the work and the material choices,” Letscher has explained. “I am a disciple of ‘the unseen hand.’ I am all about working in a way that takes as much of the control away from my conscious mind as possible.” Born in 1962 in Austin, TX, he went on to receive both his BFA and MFA from the University of Texas, later apprenticing with Amado Peña. His works are in the collections of the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston, the Austin Museum of Art, and the Museum of Southeast Texas in Beaumont, among others, and has been the subject of solo exhibitions at such institutions as the Tyler Museum of Art, McNay Art Museum, and the Amarillo Museum of Art. Letscher lives and works in Austin, TX.

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