The Scottsdale Art Auction hosts a landmark event this month, present-ing two full auctions back to back. In addition to its renowned annual fine-art auction, this year it brings 114 lots to the block from acclaimed sculptor Glenna Goodacre’s private collection. Auction partner Jack A. Morris Jr., chairman of Morris & Whiteside Auctions, joins Leg-acy Gallery’s Brad Richardson and J.N. Bartfield Gallery’s Michael Frost in pre-senting both sales. Morris says that af-ter deciding to retire, Goodacre donated her personal studio equipment and art library to the New Mexico School for the Arts. She then destroyed all of her molds to give collectors assurance against any spurious castings. Finally, Morris says, she entrusted her own collection of bronzes (some of which are unique castings and artist’s proofs), drawings, paintings, and preliminary documents to the Scottsdale Art Auction, which presents a sale of the items at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 6.