Exclusive Martin Selig art offering at Seattle E-Bike

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If you have not had a chance to come into our shop in the last month, you probably don't know that we have been privileged to be putting on an exhibition of the art of the modern paintings of famous Seattle real estate developer Martin Selig. 

When you see his paintings, you will see that Mr. Selig is man of many talents. Until now, Mr. Selig has never sold any of his paintings, except at charity auctions. He has decided to give us a 10-day period to offer his art to the general public. A number of his paintings are in large format, several of them are 8 ft by 8 ft, although they run as small as 2 ft by 4 ft. What they have in common is a masterful use of color. 

All of Mr. Selig's proceeds from the sale of these paintings (as well as a portion of our greatly reduced commission) will go to charity. The paintings are priced from $2,750 to $12,500. They are well worth it, and would be even if they were not so extraordinarily difficult to obtain. 

 e are open Tuesdays through Saturday from 11:00 to 6:30 and on Sunday from 12:00 to 5:00. We are also going to be open until 9:30 p.m. for this Thursday's Seattle Art Walk when you can not only view Mr. Selig's art, but enjoy some wine and cheese. 

 We hope to see you in the next week or so and we hope you are as enthusiastic about Mr. Selig's talent with a paintbrush as we are.

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