SOCA Owner Selling Rare Collectibles

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If the mention of a good antique sale gets your heart beating a little faster, you might want to sit down before we tell you that local gallery owner Terri Rundle is currently selling her stash of antiques and other works during an estate sale from her home.

Rundle runs SOCA Gallery & Vircille, a Scottsdale "contemporary baroque" art gallery (it won a Best of Phoenix award for "New Gallery, National Art" in 2007.

Along with featuring rotating exhibitions by local artists such as Cristiana Cole and Shari Bombeck as well as worldwide creative types like Bulgaria's Vladimir and Daniela Ovtcharov, SOCA also showcases kitschy antiques and art pieces from Rundle's personal collection.

Sale hours take place every Sunday from noon to 4 p.m. through December 12. Call 602-418-2070.

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