About Our Auction
Each year since 1978, the Penticton Art Gallery has held an annual art auction to raise funds in support of our exhibitions, public outreach and education programming.
The Penticton Art Gallery is pleased to invite the community down to the gallery on Friday December 3rd from 5:00 – 8:00 pm for a special advance preview of the Penticton Art Gallery’s 44th annual fundraising auction. Come celebrate with us, help support the Penticton Art Gallery, and indulge in some wine, small delectables and check out our specially curated collection of 200 unique artworks, pieces of history, gift baskets, and more This special evening preview is generously sponsored by Heena Nagar of Skaha Realty Group Inc.
Admission for the preview and the live event is by donation but we ask that you please register in advance and in keeping with current COVID regulations vaccine passports will be required to attend the public event.
To register in advance please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
or phone (250) 493-2928
If you don't have a vaccine passport and would like at arrange a private viewing please contact the gallery at the email or phone number above and we can make alternative arrangements.
With COVID protocols in effect and uncertainty around live events, this year’s fundraiser will feature the following three opportunities for the public to bid on our specially curated collection of 200 incredible lots.
1) You can view all 200 lots and bid online up until 9:00 pm on Saturday December 4th, You can leave an exact bid or a proxy bid which will be carried over the live auction on Sunday December 5th starting at 1 pm.
2) You can join us here at the Penticton Art Gallery and bid person on Sunday December 5th starting at 1:00 pm. Items will be auctioned off alphabetical order with bids carrying over from the online portion of the auction which ends at 9:00 pm on Saturday December 4th.
To participate in the live auction please register in advance at: email@example.com
3) You can also bid live online via Zoom on Sunday December 5th starting at 1:00 pm. Items will be auctioned off alphabetical order with bids carrying over from the online portion of the auction which ends at 9:00 pm on Saturday December 4th.
To participate in the live auction online via Zoom please pre register by Saturday December 4th at 4:00 pm at: firstname.lastname@example.org / A zoom link will be sent to you in advance of Sundays live event.
The Penticton Art Gallery champions the transformative power of the Arts through an annual program of thought provoking exhibitions, supported by our education and outreach programs, designed to celebrate, uplift, inspire and engage the public in important community conversations. The support of our funders, volunteers, members and donors over the past forty-nine years has made it possible for the gallery to present a diverse range of locally and internationally renowned exhibitions and programming. Help us to continue to provide the Penticton arts community with an inclusive space for the presentation of some of the most compelling and engaging visual art practices our city has to offer!
Thank you for your support of the Penticton Art Gallery we wish you all the best and good luck in your bidding.
All successful online bids will be notified by e-mail within 48 hours of the closing of the auction.
Thank you all for you patience and support of the Penticton Art Gallery.
Good luck! If you have any questions regarding any of the items, would like additional photographs, or would like to make arrangements to see the works in person, please feel free to contact Paul Crawford at the Penticton Art Gallery at:
Or by phone at: (250) 493-2928
About Penticton Art Gallery
The Penticton Art Gallery’s mission is to engage the public in an ongoing dialogue about issues and ideas that affect our numerous communities, as expressed through contemporary and historic art practices, while providing opportunities for the public to interact with artists and the artistic process.
We envision a gallery accessible to everyone as a vibrant public space in service of our community, to foster greater social engagement, critical thinking, and creativity.
The Penticton Art Gallery exists to exhibit, interpret, preserve, and promote our collective artistic and cultural heritage as expressed through the visual arts. This is supported by the creation of education and outreach programs to engage our community in local, regional, and global issues while also being attentive to cultural and gender diversity and the work of Indigenous artists.
The Penticton Art Gallery acknowledges that the land on which we gather is the unceded, traditional territory of the syilx (Okanagan) Peoples.
Live Event InformationNo information provided.
4 1/2 foot long Woolly Mammoth Tusk
Approx. Age - 45,000 Years Old
Andy Warhol (1928-1987)
Flowers (Sunday B. Morning edition)
Andy Warhol (1928-1987)
Marilyn (Sunday B. Morning edition)
Untitled Saskatchewan Landscape, 1981
Col. James Benson Irwin, USAF (1930 –1991)
Rare Apollo-era NASA mustard yellow test pilot flight suit, ca. late 1960s
David T. Alexander RCA (1947 - )
Still Life with Glassware, Ca. 1980
Harry Phelan Gibb (1870-1948)
Paris Along the Grand,1905
Snowshoe Hare, 1984
Paul Ygartua (1945 - )
Dizzy Gillespie (1917 – 1993)
William (Bill) A. Alexander (1915 - 1997)
Mt. Reynolds, Glacier National Park