Collector's Dilemma 2022
Someone’s dilemma is your opportunity. Find art to embellish your home, while engaging in the fun of an online auction in support of the Guelph Arts Council, a registered charity.
Step One: Make a Bidding Account
On the event website you will be prompted to create an account with 32 Auctions. This is a simple matter of typing in your name and email address. There are no security concerns and you can delete it after the event. You will receive an email to confirm that you are registered.
Step Two: Check out the Art
Once you’re registered you can look at the 30+ pieces that are up for auction. Click on “View All Items.” Each piece is identified in terms of the size, media and artist. They are all wall art, and most are modest in size, so you’ll be able to find a spot to hang them. When you see a piece that calls to you, don’t hesitate, the auction is a competition. Act quickly.
Step Three: Make a Bid
In the space provided, type the dollar amount that you would like to pay. It is okay to start with a modest bid. If someone else bids higher than you, you will receive an email so you can go one notch above. This ongoing contest is what makes the event fun. The auction ends May 12 at 8pm.
Step Four: You Win!
If your bid ends up being the highest the auction site will notify you by email. Payment is made through the 32 Auctions site using PayPal, which accepts debit, credit cards, and PayPal accounts.
Winners will be sent a form via email to schedule a pick-up. Please indicate if someone other than the auction winner will be picking up their item(s). If local pick-up is not possible, all pieces can be shipped at the buyer's expense and using a shipper designated by the GAC.
You can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you need support.
This is GAC’s 5th art auction and the 3rd time it’s been online. The income from this event makes a significant contribution to support of artists and the arts in the Guelph area.
GAC thanks the collectors who have donated works and is proud to report that the artists will receive commission on the resale, where possible. Your contribution helps ensure artists continue to thrive and Guelph remains the vital, vibrant city we love.
* Kloepfer Custom Framing & Gallery in Guelph offers 20% for framing of art purchased from this auction.
About Guelph Arts Council
As one of Ontario’s first community arts councils, Guelph Arts Council has championed the arts in Guelph since 1975. Over the years, GAC has been building the cultural heart of the city by assisting with the development of new arts organizations and programs. GAC also supports cultural workers and organizations through its programs and services, and is a voice for the arts, increasing awareness of the role the arts play in transforming lives and creating a vibrant community.
Our Mission: Championing and growing opportunities for Guelph’s creative community through communications, resources for learning, and cultural programs and partnerships.
Between Farlane & Canyon, by L. Kall
15.5"w x 15.5"h, acrylic, 2001
29"w x 23.5"h, oil on canvas
James St. - Irving Clothes, by C.A. Kowalayk
8"w x 10"h, signed print under glass, 2011
13"w x 11"h, framed with matte under glass