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Due to art commitments Bobby will not be performing in 2017. Keep checking for updates!
Goldsboro painting sells for $25,000!
"Reborn," (pictured below) an oil painting by Bobby Goldsboro sold at the Celebrity Martini Glass Auction for $25,000 February 8th in Naples, Florida. The painting was commissioned by Brenda Melton, founder of the CMGA. The event raised more than $500,000 for PAWS, which provides service dogs for veterans who have lost limbs in battle. Bobby explained his inspiration behind the painting:
"The flowers are being reborn as butterflies, representing the veterans who receive the service dogs. They are, in a sense being reborn because they are starting a whole new life, thanks to these amazing animals. There are seven distinct butterflies, representing the seven veterans receiving dogs this year. The other butterflies being formed represent the future veterans who will be receiving dogs."
Great cause, great painting!
Goldsboro painting brings in $16,000!
Bobby Goldsboro's beautiful original oil painting, "Tangerine Sky" (pictured below) brought in a whopping $16,000 for the Neighborhood Health Clinic auction on February 15th in Naples, Florida! Bobby attended the event.
Bobby Nichols-Fiddlesticks Foundation
Fiddlesticks Country Club
Ft. Myers, FL
Goldsboro Print Brings in $5,000!
Bobby Goldsboro's giclee print of "Mutual Admiration" (pictured below) sold for $5,000 at the annual event. Bobby's good friend, Hall of Fame catcher, Johnny Bench, hosted the affair which raised over $500,000!
Celebrity Martini Glass Auction
5833 Pelican Bay Boulevard
Naples, FL 34108
Goldsboro Martini Glass Brings $14,000!
The beautiful martini glass that Bobby designed and painted (below) brought $14,000 at this annual event that raised money for P.A.W.S., an organization that provides service dogs for wounded veterans. Bobby presented a dog to wounded veteran, Joe Kashnow.
The giclee print below also brought $5,000 at the auction!