A special report by The Tremonster
Paul Duda, Tremont home and business owner who has lived in Tremont for 15 years, posted a (buddybid) Facebook charity auction last night in support of Cameras for Tremont, a grassroots neighborhood safety campaign. “This is an auction to raise funds for the cameras in Tremont,” Duda said in a Facebook post. He added, “The entire final auction price will be donated to the fund.”
The auction item, “Guardian Heads – No Reserve,” is accepting bids through the auction close, Monday Sep 21st, 10:00 p.m., EDT.
Each of these gallery wrapped canvases measure 39″ x 39″ x 1.5″ deep. (As a set, with 2″ between, they measure 80″ x 39″) They are hand-signed photographs of the Guardians of Transportation by Paul Duda printed with light-fast ink on archival canvas.This set retails for $960 at the gallery.
This pair of Guardian Head canvases is being auctioned to raise funds for installing a network of security cameras in the Tremont neighborhood of Cleveland.
Tremont and Cleveland as a whole are on the upswing! Increasing security in our neighborhoods will keep that positive momentum going and allow those that live, work and visit here to continue to enjoy all the good things this neighborhood has to offer.
The entire final auction price will be donated to the Cameras for Tremont fundraiser. See more HERE.