Honoring our Honorary Chairs: David Rago and Suzanne Perrault

The InLiquid Benefit, if you haven’t already heard, is all about encouraging everyone from all over the Philadelphia area that everyone is an art collector; no one knows that more than David Rago and Suzanne Perrault from Rago Arts and Auction Center. Rago and Perrault, this year’s Benefit honorary chairs, run Rago Arts out of New Jersey and take pride in their ability to adeptly build people’s collections.

David appreciates the concept of building one’s collection from scratch, as he started his dealing career at a Jersey flea market when he was only 16. These days, David Rago oversees the auction center (mid-way between NYC and Philadelphia, acting as a branch between the two art communities) that brings in $30 million in annual sales. Both Rago and Perrault are experts in ceramics and porcelain: they not only lecture nationally on the topic, but they also share their knowledge on Antiques Roadshow. Yearly, David and Suzanne reach thousands with either their personal service, competitive commissions, or global reach. 

As our honorary chairs, art dealers Rago and Perrault align with the spirit of InLiquid’s motto going into this year’s Benefit: everyone is a collector. You are a collector; your friends are collectors; your family are collectors. While starting an art collection might seem like a task reserved for the upper echelon of the art world, our benefit aims to make that goal a reality for anyone and everyone. You may not have a collection quite yet, but when you come to our benefit you will be inspired, motivated, and encouraged by the stunning art up for auction to start accumulating that collection today.

Celebrate with David, Suzanne, & InLiquid! Get your benefit tickets today! 

Andrew Conti
Andrew Conti
Stuart Lehrman's  practice involves dialogue between order and chaos. Constantly experimenting with the physical properties of paint,  between adding and subtracting, making and unmaking, working to a place where he loses control of the painting and then struggling back to achieve the right balance between wild spontaneity and emotional restraint.
Stuart Lehrman
Stuart Lehrman

Stuart Lehrman's practice involves dialogue between order and chaos. Constantly experimenting with the physical properties…

Stuart Lehrman's practice involves dialogue between order and chaos. Constantly experimenting with the physical properties of paint, between adding and subtracting, making and unmaking, working to a…

Stuart Lehrman's practice involves dialogue between order and chaos. Constantly experimenting with the physical properties of paint, between adding and subtracting, making and unmaking, working to a place where he loses…

Carla J Fisher uses thread and throwaways to symbolize how even the tired, used, and totally spent can experience new life. Through free motion machine embroidery, she seeks the viewer’s visceral response of surprise as they realize the sculptured material is simply thread.
Carla J Fisher
Carla J Fisher

Carla J Fisher uses thread and throwaways to symbolize how even the tired, used, and totally spent can experience new life.…

Carla J Fisher uses thread and throwaways to symbolize how even the tired, used, and totally spent can experience new life. Through free motion machine embroidery, she seeks the viewer’s visceral response…

Carla J Fisher uses thread and throwaways to symbolize how even the tired, used, and totally spent can experience new life. Through free motion machine embroidery, she seeks the viewer’s visceral response of surprise as they…

Allen Spencer & Deborah Imler
Allen Spencer & Deborah Imler
Gary Grissom
Gary Grissom
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