Final Days of The Anderson Ranch Auction

Heidi Grew

Jul 29 through Aug 8

2 days left
This auction is Anderson Ranch’s largest fundraiser of the year and a
highlight of the Aspen summer season. Over 200 works will be available
in silent and live auctions. Donated by artists, collectors and
galleries, much of the work was made at the Ranch or produced
specifically for this event. The Auction is free and open to the public.
All proceeds support Ranch programs. Advance bidding is available from
July 29th to August 8th at 5pm EST. 

Call for entry: Burlington Art Centre’s Art Auction 2013

The Burlington Art Centre Foundation invites applications for Art Auction 2013
from visual artists working in all media.  Entries will be selected by a
jury of peers to ensure quality and an offering of unique and original
  • Open to all artists who are residents of Canada
  • Members of the BACF Art Auction Committee are not eligible
  • Works submitted must be original works of art or fine craft, created within the past two years
  • New
    Media/Digital & Photographic artwork must be signed, limited
    editions, with a maximum of 10 prints of that image, in any size
  • Two dimensional artwork must be mounted or framed, wired and ready for hanging
  • Archival quality materials must be used
The deadline for applications is Friday November 23, 5pm.
Visit our website for more information, and to download the submission form.
1333 Lakeshore Road 
Burlington, Ontario, L7S 1A9 
Phone (905) 632-7796
Fax (905) 632-0278

Archie Bray Auction – Now online

Steven Godfrey
Cardinal Salt Cellar, 2011
Aaron Nelson
Bowl 1193, 2011
16th annual Bray Benefit Auction
On display June 21–July 28, 2012
Opening Reception: Thursday, June 21, 6–8 pm
Bray Warehouse Gallery

Cup and silent auction bidding will begin on Thursday, June 21 at 6 pm and will end on Saturday, July 28.

Click here for information on how to bid. 

Visit their website here to see all the works up for grabs. 

Greenwich House Pottery and Music Benefit Auction

Greenwich House Arts is hosting an online auction follow up to our 2012 Arts Benefit. The auction features unique, handcrafted ceramics from renowned artists as well as a variety of travel packages, gifts and other items.

All proceeds support Greenwich House Pottery and Music Programs.

In addition to supporting artists and in-house programs, this year’s auction earnings will help support our outreach efforts at Wadleigh Secondary School for the Performing and Visual Arts, a title 1 school in Harlem. We are currently working together offering professional development for the teachers and supplying academic development as well as facility upgrades in the classroom.

Works of art by Christa Assad, Posey Bacopoulos, Margaret Bohls, Nicole Cherubini, Sam Chung, Peter A. Davis, David S. East, Sanam Emami, Kathy Erteman, Michael Fujita, David Gibson, Molly Hatch, Peter Lane, Kirk Mangus, Sequoia Miller, David Packer, Brenda Quinn, Anat Shiftan, Elise Siegel, Helena Starcevic, Ryan Strobel, Joan Walton, Derek Weisberg, Betty Woodman, Sheryl Zacharia

Gustin Ceramics is getting ready to run an online auction fundraiser to support the Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts

Gustin Ceramics will be hosting an Online Auction, Exhibition and Raffle to raise money for the Watershed Center for Ceramic Arts, located in Newcastle, Maine.
We’re doing it again! We invited 100 of the fields most celebrated artists from the United States and Canada to send work that was fired in the anagama wood kiln at Gustin Ceramics in May and October. Each has generously donated their work to support the facilities and programs of the Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts. The on-line auction will run from December 1-December 10. Take home some great pots by bidding on these unique pieces and help support Watershed’s facilities and programs.

The 25th Anniversary Benefit Exhibition will open the evening of December 10th at Gustin Gallery in South Dartmouth, MA, with food and drink, culminating the nights festivities with the Pottery Raffle. The Raffle 150 pieces from the two wood firings will be raffled on the evening of Dec. 10th. Everyone who purchases a ticket will receive a piece. A “special” piece will be saved for last, going to the person with the 150th number! You don’t need to be present to participate! A Watershed Board member will pick a piece when your number is called and we’ll send it to you. Tickets can be purchased by purchasing thru Watershed.Visit the website here to preview work and get more info.