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About Our Auction
This is the Penticton Art Gallery’s largest annual fundraiser and the proceeds raised through this auction will go towards the gallery’s annual exhibition, education and community outreach programs. The Penticton Art Gallery annually presents a series of 18 exhibitions supported by an extensive series of educational and community outreach programs. For more information on the gallery’s exhibitions, education and community outreach programs please visit our website at:
or call the gallery at (250) 493-2928
Thank you in advance for your time, interest and support of our efforts and for investing in the Penticton Art Gallery and our community.
About Penticton Art Gallery
The Penticton Art Gallery traces its foundation back to the 1950’s and served the citizens of Penticton in a number of locations before moving into its current purpose built facility on the shores of Lake Okanagan in 1985. The Penticton Art Gallery’s mandate is to develop an annual series of exhibitions along with public programs, a reference library and a permanent collection designed to bring the citizens of Penticton, the surrounding region and visitors to our community in contact with contemporary and historic art that is associated with the region and province while also introducing art and artists from across the country, First Nations communities and other nations and cultures. The proceeds from this fundraiser goes towards our annual exhibition, education and community outreach programs.
Live Event Information
This year's annual art auction will be taking place at the Penticton Art Gallery on Saturday June 25th, 2016. The evening will begin at 5:30, with the live auction from 6:00 - 7:30 pm, followed by the Tastes of the Palette, featuring the wines of the Naramata Bench Winery Association and 10 – 15 of Penticton’s best chefs who will each create a unique colour themed dish for everyone to sample and taste the colours of the palette. The evening will wrap up with a silent auction and artistic fashion show, with this year’s theme being the art and sculpture of the hat.
For those unable to attend this year’s event, advance bids will be accepted online through 32auctions up to 5 pm on Friday June 24th and will be administered on your behalf at the live and silent auctions by a member of the gallery staff on Saturday June 25th. All successful bids will be notified by e-mail within 48 hours of the closing of the auction.
Thank you for your time, interest and support of our efforts and for investing in the gallery and our community. Good luck and if you have any questions regarding any of the items please feel free to contact the gallery at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Or by phone at: (250) 493-2928
If you would feel more comfortable bidding in person by telephone, please contact the gallery and we can make arrangements to have a member of the gallery contact you when the item you are interested in is up for auction.
Barrie Wentzell (British/Canadian, 1942-)
Count Basie, 1965
Egbert Oudendag (1914 – 1998)
Portrait of Yolante van Meegeren, 1947
Gustave Singier (1909 - 1984)
Iain Baxter& (1936 - )
Thinking Landscape, 1998
Jean-Paul Riopelle (1923 - 2002)
Le Petit Aigle, 1968
Johann Feught (1947 - )
Monumental Proposition, 1985
John Michael Anthony Koerner (1913 – 2014)
Gateway 63-13, 1963
Lesley Caroline McNaught (1920 – 2011)
Evening Sun, 1938
Oscar Wilde (1854-1900)
Photograph taken by W. and D. Downey in 1891
Pierre Elliott Trudeau campaign poster, 1968
based on an image of Che Guevara, 1968