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The final weekend of the Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition’s exhibit of artwork, the "Solo Show," ends with an opportunity to get original art at a great price at a Nov. 7 silent auction.

The "Solo Show" features more than 400 works of art by emerging and established artists ranging from painting, drawing and prints to photography, sculpture and mixed media. Eva Mihovich’s ink and watercolor is pictured at left.

On Nov. 6, the exhibit is on display from noon to 5 pm, and visitors can view the works with the Vince Hunter Jazz Ensemble performing in the background at 2 pm and 4 pm.

On Nov. 7, the David Bindman Trio will perform at 1 pm and 2 pm. Sunday’s silent auction, with minimum bids as low as $35, closes between 3 pm and 4 pm, with pickup at 5 pm.

Admission to the "Solo Show," at the warehouse at 499 Van Brunt St., at the waterfront, in Red Hook, is free. For more information, visit www.bwac.org or call (718) 596-2506.

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