By Craig Michaels

Looking for quality art and accessories to decorate your home but don’t have a lot of money? Desert Wolff Gallery located at 41801 Corporate Way Suite #2 in Palm Desert has the answer. Tucked away in the center known as The Art Place, Desert Wolff specializes in world-class contemporary abstract art and accessories. This unique gallery is holding a two-day art auction offering a rare opportunity to own stunning pieces of art at the lowest prices ever. This is a great opportunity for the general public, interior designers, and avid collectors to find stunning and eclectic pieces up to 70% off retail.


Aficionados will get to bid on more them 180 works offered during an exciting live auction on both days by auctioneer Craig Michaels. In addition to the live auction, over 200 decorative accessories, sculptures, and furniture will be available in a silent auction. The first of two days will take place on Wednesday, March 6. The auction will be held beginning at 4 p.m. during the monthly Art Walk at The Art Place, Palm Desert Design District. The second auction is scheduled for Saturday, March 9, beginning at 10 a.m.


Among the art scheduled for bid is that of Douglas, Carney, Ben Michal, Ramon Urban, Jennifer Hollack, and many other notable artists. Rat Pack fans will drool over a rare Frank Sinatra Legacy Suite collection of four hand embellished screen prints on canvas are signed and numbered on verso by internationally acclaimed artist Steve Kaufmann.


“This is a unique auction in that we have substantially reduced the price of retail for starting bids and could be a once in a lifetime opportunity,” said Gallery Owner Lucien Wolff. The gallery is open for previewing the art that will be at auction, which is also available for immediate purchase prior to the auction, at up to 70 percent off retail. The gallery can be reached at (760) 674-8786, and the hours are Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., and closed on Sunday. Previews can also be made by appointment. Featured works will be posted on the gallery website leading up to the auctions at