Guelph Arts Council Collector's Dilemma Auction
Guelph Arts Council presents Collector’s Dilemma, a fun socially distant auction of fine art donated by local collectors.
Like many artists and arts organizations, GAC has been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. We were unable to hold our major annual fundraising event, Collector's Dilemma, at the River Run Centre this year. Enter "32auctions" to the rescue!
Thanks to the generosity of local art collectors - who’ve run out of wall space or are making room for new pieces – an amazing collection of quality artwork, in a range of media, styles, sizes, and values, is available.
Check out GAC's Collector's Dilemma online auction and augment your art collection with new-to-you treasures at incredible prices all the while supporting the GAC through challenging times as we jointly create a vibrant City!
Q. When does this auction end?
A. Very soon! At 9PM
Q. How do I bid?
A. Find the item you want, click "Place my bid" and then the dollar amount. That's it! If you don't have a 32 auctions account you will be asked for your name, email address and a password. You may edit your displayed username in your account settings.
Q. Where do the proceeds go?
A. All proceeds go to fund the operations of Guelph Arts Council.
Q. How do I pay?
A. Pay online through the 32 Auctions site using PayPal, which accepts debit, credit cards, and PayPal accounts.
Q. How do I get my art?
A. Ideally you are local to the Guelph area and can pick up your new art once home isolation restrictions have been eased. Alternatively, you may have someone local to the area who can pick up your purchase for you. Lastly, we may be able to ship smaller works with the buyer picking up the cost of shipping and insurance.
Q. Who can I send inquiries to?
A. Our email address is executivedirector[at]guelpharts[dot]ca
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.
Lot #62: Guelph Lake April Afternoon
Acrylic on Canvas | RBC Young
Lot #63: Untitled
Artist Print #69 of 180 | Yaacov Agam
Lot #64: Rainy Day, Hudson Quebec
Oil on Board | Harold Charles Boyes
Lot #65: Moonlit
Woodcut | Artist: Unknown
Lot #66: Barn
Pencil sketch on Paper | Telford
Lot #67: Journey Vase
Glass | Catherine Hibbits
Lot #68: Abstract
Acrylic | Elton Yerex
Lot #70: Mooten
Artist Proof |Rita Letendre
Lot #71: Northern Lights
Fabric | Isobel King
Lot #72: Bridge
Acrylic on Canvas | Ann Clarke