Annual Silent Art Auction 2020

Annual Silent Art Auction 2020

The Harlow’s annual Silent Art Auction returns February 12-22, 2020 with proceeds directly supporting 2020 programming at the Gallery.  Come bid on an exciting variety of fine art and craft that have been generously donated by local collectors, artists, and fine craftsmen. 

Interested in donating? Donations from artists, collectors, and fine craftsmen are welcome including but not limited to painting, drawing, printmaking, encaustic, photography, mixed media, sculpture, ceramics, and more.  

Thank you for your support!

IMPORTANT DATES: 
Deliver donations: Anytime during open hours (Wed-Sat 12-6pm) through February 8th.
Silent Auction open for bids: 
February 12-22, 2020. Wed-Sat 12-6pm. Bidding closes Saturday, February 22 at 4pm sharp.

Here’s a peek at some of the items that are up for bids!

Ceramic rabbit serving bowl by Maple Lane Pottery
“Gloucester Harbor”, oil painting by Judith Schuppien
Untitled watercolor painting by Kay Morris
Enamel earrings by Erin Seegers Jewelry
Knit hat by Brookes Smith Knitting
Woodcut block print by Barb Loken
 

The Harlow is a membership based 501(c)3 nonprofit dedicated to connecting and celebrating art, artists and community in downtown historic Hallowell since 1963. 

The Harlow is supported by the City of HallowellDirigo Capital AdvisorsKennebec Savings Bank, the Roxanne Quimby Foundation and by our members. 2019 Season Sponsors are Camden National BankCapitol Dental CareChris Walters Productions, Great Gatherings, Eaton Peabody Attorneys at Law and Scrummy Afters Candy Shoppe. Programming is funded in part by the Maine Community Foundation, the Margaret E. Burnham Charitable Trust, and by a Partnership Grant from the Maine Arts Commission, an independent state agency supported by the National Endowment for the Arts.

    

 

2 Comments

  • Hi, I’m coming down there on the 8th, to meet with Cassie, about ,my workshop.
    I shall bring some note cards and maybe an an ornament or two, for you to auction. Would that be appropriate?

    • Absolutely – that would be great. Thank you, Leslie! – Allison

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