Saturday, February 22, 2014

More on the Auction to Benefit Photography Instruction at Penland

This just in from the folks at Penland, with more details about the auction to benefit the photography program at the Penland School of Crafts. The auction is March 2nd, with absentee bidding availalbe on 35 photographs by distinguished Southern photographers.

The folks at Penland say all this better than I could, so I'll paste in the message they sent me.

An Expansive Vision: Photographers Working for Penland's Future

A special exhibition and auction in support of the new photography studio at Penland School of Crafts  

Alida Fish
Nautilus with Bug, gelatin silver print with hand painting, 16 x 20 inches
The live auction at Cassilhaus Gallery on March 2 is almost full, but there is space for an unlimited number of absentee bidders. You can give us your maximum bid for any of the 35 photographs you are interested in. Our staff will place bids for you (up to your maximum) during the live auction.  

Complete online catalog here.

Read more about the Penland photo studio, Cassilhaus, and this auction here.

Absentee Bidding

Place absentee bids with Nancy Kerr:
Dan Estabrook
Bleed, salt print with watercolor, 11 x 14 inches

Open by appointment only, through March 1, 2014  
call Frank Konhaus at 919.403.6301 (home) or 919.616.0555 (cell)

Sponsored by Ellen Cassilly and Frank Konhaus, Jefferson Holt, Light Art+Design, Barbara McFadyen and Douglass Phillips, Kaola and Frank Phoenix, and Allen Thomas

Contributing Artists

Kyle Bajakian  
Courtney Dodd
Chris PeregoyDavid Spear
Ralph Burns 
James Henkel 
Benjamin PorterJim Stone 
Shane Darwent 
Russell Jeffcoat 
John PfahlEvon Streetman 
Robin Dreyer
Keith Johnson
Brook Reynolds Harry Taylor
Dan Estabrook 
Naima Merella 
Holly Roberts Sarah Van Keuren
Alida Fish
E. Vincent Martinez 
Linda Foard Roberts Caroline Hickman Vaughan
Lisa A. Frank
Elizabeth Matheson 
Alyssa C. Salomon David H. Wells
Dan Gottlieb
John Menapace*
MJ Sharp John Woodin
David Graham
Jeannie Pearce 
Jerry Spagnoli 

*The work by John Menapace was donated by Ellen Cassilly and Frank Konhaus; all other works donated by the artists.

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