Pontiac Frames 2018

22 s550
START
03
September 2018
05:00 PM EDT
END
12
October 2018
08:00 PM EDT

About Our Auction

NOTE: Bids by "SEAN KERR" are proxy bids for in-gallery bidding. Please see list below for confirmation on WHO is the current bid leader.

Pontiac Frames is a fundraiser for artPontiac where community members living in the Pontiac and the Ottawa Valley were invited to create artwork on the theme of "hope".

The first $50 of each piece sold will go to artPontiac as the fundraiser. Everything above and beyond will go to the artist.

The list of artwork and current top bid is below:

01 - Hope and the Low Tide - $30 / Stephanie Heins
02 - Chapter 30, Life at the Death House (bidding only available in gallery) - $30 / Basil Tanguay
03 - Prêt pour l'envoi / Ready to Fly - $85 / Nathalie Godin
04 - Faith - $60 / Stanis Brandt
05 - Possibility - $25 / Amber Walpole
06 - Hope Springs - $50 / Louise Guay
07 - Sun Soaked Garden - $100 / S Taylor
08 - Looking Back - $35 / Martina Evans
09 - Abbey's Row of Lilies - $70 / Katelyn Heins
10 - Forêt d'espoir - $40 / France Lamarche
11 - Along the Ottawa - $60 / Joanne Dumouchel
12 - Laurentian Starry Night - $45 / Susan Craven-Evans
13 - Morning Light - $50 / Louise Guay
14 - Hope Descends - $20 / Gabrielle Dupuis
15 - From Destruction Comes Creation - $50 / Michele Melancon
16 - Hope Rises - $10 / Michele Gagnon
17 - Where There's Light - $105 / Tena Caldwell
18 - En fleurs / In Bloom - $25 / Nathalie Godin
19 - Joyful Dawn - $200 / Lysanne Bechamp
20 - HOPE - $200 / Marcel Renaud
21 - On a Night Like This -


About artPontiac

artPontiac (Pontiac Artists' Association) is a registered not-for-profit association established in 2004 whose goal is to promote arts and culture and to contribute to the cultural life of the Pontiac region through direct action. All monies received through grants, donations, memberships and activities are used for this purpose. The Board of Directors is made up of volunteer members of the Association elected at the Annual General Meeting.

L'AAP est une association sans but lucratif, fondée et enregistrée en 2004. Elle a pour but de promouvoir les arts et la culture et ainsi contribuer au développement de la vie culturelle du Pontiac via ses activités. Les fonds récoltés par les subventions, les dons, les abonnements et les activités sont utilisés à cette fin. Le Comité d’administration est composé de membres bénévoles de l’Association. Ils sont élus lors de la réunion générale annuelle.

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