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Oct 12, 2021 10:00AM EDT to Nov 06, 2021 12:00PM EDT

30th Annual Benefit Art Auction

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  • Estimate
    $120 - $400
    Lot 501

    LINDSAY NYGAARD, Barn Owl in Flight

    Est.
    $120 - $400
    Attleboro Arts Museum
    1 Bid
    Current Bid
    $120
  • Estimate
    $60 - $250
    Lot 502

    MELISSA RILEY, Harvest on the Horizon

    Est.
    $60 - $250
    Attleboro Arts Museum
    5 Bids
    Current Bid
    $120
  • Estimate
    $160 - $500
    Lot 503

    CHRISTOPHER BELLEAU, Lace Vase

    Est.
    $160 - $500
    Attleboro Arts Museum
    1 Bid
    Current Bid
    $160
  • Estimate
    $190 - $575
    Lot 504

    JAMIE DERR, Bristol, RI

    Est.
    $190 - $575
    Attleboro Arts Museum
    0 Bids
    Starting Bid
    $190
  • Estimate
    $200 - $600
    Lot 505

    CATHY CHIN, Geranium

    Est.
    $200 - $600
    Attleboro Arts Museum
    2 Bids
    Current Bid
    $220
  • Estimate
    $100 - $350
    Lot 506

    AMELIA LYDON, Sun Worshipper

    Est.
    $100 - $350
    Attleboro Arts Museum
    1 Bid
    Current Bid
    $100
  • Estimate
    $300 - $1,600
    Lot 507

    CRAIG ELLIOTT, Music

    Est.
    $300 - $1,600
    Attleboro Arts Museum
    0 Bids
    Starting Bid
    $300
  • Estimate
    $300 - $2,100
    Lot 508

    BARBARA CORRIGAN, Times Square 1954

    Est.
    $300 - $2,100
    Attleboro Arts Museum
    1 Bid
    Current Bid
    $300
  • Estimate
    $100 - $1,600
    Lot 509

    BARBARA CORRIGAN, Carolers Downtown Boston

    Est.
    $100 - $1,600
    Attleboro Arts Museum
    1 Bid
    Current Bid
    $100
  • Estimate
    $220 - $650
    Lot 510

    BILL LANE, Falls Towers

    Est.
    $220 - $650
    Attleboro Arts Museum
    0 Bids
    Starting Bid
    $220
  • Estimate
    $160 - $500
    Lot 511

    CATHERINE MEEKS, Shawsheen II

    Est.
    $160 - $500
    Attleboro Arts Museum
    0 Bids
    Starting Bid
    $160
  • Estimate
    $260 - $750
    Lot 512

    LINDSEY EPSTEIN, Copper Raku Horse

    Est.
    $260 - $750
    Attleboro Arts Museum
    0 Bids
    Starting Bid
    $260
  • Estimate
    $100 - $350
    Lot 513

    CAITLYN MARSH, Purple & White Vase

    Est.
    $100 - $350
    Attleboro Arts Museum
    0 Bids
    Starting Bid
    $100
  • Estimate
    $150 - $475
    Lot 514

    LINDSEY EPSTEIN, Gold Crystalline Prayer Teapot Set

    Est.
    $150 - $475
    Attleboro Arts Museum
    3 Bids
    Current Bid
    $200
  • Estimate
    $400 - $1,500
    Lot 515

    ALEXANDER MORRIS, The Connected

    Est.
    $400 - $1,500
    Attleboro Arts Museum
    0 Bids
    Starting Bid
    $400
  • Estimate
    $45 - $210
    Lot 516

    GAIL ROUSSEAU, Kitchen Angel

    Est.
    $45 - $210
    Attleboro Arts Museum
    0 Bids
    Starting Bid
    $45
  • Estimate
    $360 - $1,000
    Lot 517

    ALLA LAZEBNIK, Push Pull

    Est.
    $360 - $1,000
    Attleboro Arts Museum
    0 Bids
    Starting Bid
    $360
  • Estimate
    $400 - $2,100
    Lot 518

    KAT MASELLA, Dance It Out II

    Est.
    $400 - $2,100
    Attleboro Arts Museum
    0 Bids
    Starting Bid
    $400
  • Estimate
    $160 - $500
    Lot 519

    MICHAEL EVANS, Summer Sky

    Est.
    $160 - $500
    Attleboro Arts Museum
    1 Bid
    Current Bid
    $160
  • Estimate
    $30 - $175
    Lot 520

    TONI M. CARDOZA, Bright Patterns Bracelet

    Est.
    $30 - $175
    Attleboro Arts Museum
    0 Bids
    Starting Bid
    $30
  • Estimate
    $180 - $550
    Lot 521

    ROBERT PRATA, Dark Bloom, 2017

    Est.
    $180 - $550
    Attleboro Arts Museum
    0 Bids
    Starting Bid
    $180
  • Estimate
    $200 - $600
    Lot 522

    TIMOTHY WELSH, Sample Board

    Est.
    $200 - $600
    Attleboro Arts Museum
    0 Bids
    Starting Bid
    $200
  • Estimate
    $140 - $450
    Lot 523

    JOHN SEARLES, Hyperbola Brights I

    Est.
    $140 - $450
    Attleboro Arts Museum
    0 Bids
    Starting Bid
    $140
  • Estimate
    $140 - $450
    Lot 524

    JOHN SEARLES, Hyperbola Brights II

    Est.
    $140 - $450
    Attleboro Arts Museum
    0 Bids
    Starting Bid
    $140
  • Estimate
    $30 - $164
    Lot 525

    Plimoth Patuxet Museums 2 Pack

    Est.
    $30 - $164
    Attleboro Arts Museum
    0 Bids
    Starting Bid
    $30
  • Estimate
    $40 - $200
    Lot 526

    BERNADETTE PACE, Om

    Est.
    $40 - $200
    Attleboro Arts Museum
    0 Bids
    Starting Bid
    $40
  • Estimate
    $50 - $220
    Lot 527

    VIRGINIA FITZGERALD, don't slip ...

    Est.
    $50 - $220
    Attleboro Arts Museum
    0 Bids
    Starting Bid
    $50
  • Estimate
    $50 - $225
    Lot 528

    JOHN (JAY) GAFFORD, Pooh Bear

    Est.
    $50 - $225
    Attleboro Arts Museum
    0 Bids
    Starting Bid
    $50
  • Estimate
    $55 - $235
    Lot 529

    ANNETTE MACADAMS, Gathered Foliage

    Est.
    $55 - $235
    Attleboro Arts Museum
    0 Bids
    Starting Bid
    $55
  • Estimate
    $50 - $220
    Lot 530

    VIRGINIA FITZGERALD, lilith contemplates the oceans ......

    Est.
    $50 - $220
    Attleboro Arts Museum
    0 Bids
    Starting Bid
    $50
  • Estimate
    $65 - $260
    Lot 531

    DIANE CHESTER-DEMICCO, Coral Pendant

    Est.
    $65 - $260
    Attleboro Arts Museum
    0 Bids
    Starting Bid
    $65
  • Estimate
    $70 - $275
    Lot 532

    KAROLE NICHOLSON, Waiting at the Bend

    Est.
    $70 - $275
    Attleboro Arts Museum
    4 Bids
    Current Bid
    $100
  • Estimate
    $80 - $300
    Lot 533

    KATIE BLUNDELL, Gentle and Lowly

    Est.
    $80 - $300
    Attleboro Arts Museum
    0 Bids
    Starting Bid
    $80
  • Estimate
    $80 - $300
    Lot 534

    ROBERTA MASCIARELLI, Sunny Day

    Est.
    $80 - $300
    Attleboro Arts Museum
    0 Bids
    Starting Bid
    $80
  • Estimate
    $115 - $385
    Lot 535

    BILL CLARK, Impassioned

    Est.
    $115 - $385
    Attleboro Arts Museum
    0 Bids
    Starting Bid
    $115
  • Estimate
    $120 - $400
    Lot 536

    ROSEMARIE MANSON, Enlightenment

    Est.
    $120 - $400
    Attleboro Arts Museum
    0 Bids
    Starting Bid
    $120
  • Estimate
    $120 - $400
    Lot 537

    FELICIA TOUHEY, Journey

    Est.
    $120 - $400
    Attleboro Arts Museum
    1 Bid
    Current Bid
    $120
  • Estimate
    $120 - $400
    Lot 538

    BARBARA CANNING, Pond Lilies

    Est.
    $120 - $400
    Attleboro Arts Museum
    0 Bids
    Starting Bid
    $120
  • Estimate
    $120 - $400
    Lot 539

    CAROL WONTKOWSKI, Ribbons

    Est.
    $120 - $400
    Attleboro Arts Museum
    0 Bids
    Starting Bid
    $120
  • Estimate
    $140 - $450
    Lot 540

    THERESA PEDROTTI, Crabapple in Shaw's Parking Lot, Attl...

    Est.
    $140 - $450
    Attleboro Arts Museum
    1 Bid
    Current Bid
    $140
  • Estimate
    $120 - $400
    Lot 541

    BARBARA CANNING, Pansies

    Est.
    $120 - $400
    Attleboro Arts Museum
    0 Bids
    Starting Bid
    $120
  • Estimate
    $160 - $500
    Lot 542

    DIANE SAVINO, Dreams of the Forest

    Est.
    $160 - $500
    Attleboro Arts Museum
    0 Bids
    Starting Bid
    $160
  • Estimate
    $180 - $550
    Lot 543

    MARION BURICATU, A Fortunate Encounter

    Est.
    $180 - $550
    Attleboro Arts Museum
    0 Bids
    Starting Bid
    $180
  • Estimate
    $280 - $800
    Lot 544

    CARYL HULL LEAVITT, Sunday Morning

    Est.
    $280 - $800
    Attleboro Arts Museum
    0 Bids
    Starting Bid
    $280
  • Estimate
    $90 - $325
    Lot 545

    MICHAEL EVANS, Point of Light

    Est.
    $90 - $325
    Attleboro Arts Museum
    0 Bids
    Starting Bid
    $90
  • Estimate
    $20 - $140
    Lot 546

    PAULA BECKER, Still-life "Shelter in Place" - six cards...

    Est.
    $20 - $140
    Attleboro Arts Museum
    1 Bid
    Current Bid
    $20
  • Estimate
    $20 - $148
    Lot 547

    Museum of Russian Icons 4 Pack

    Est.
    $20 - $148
    Attleboro Arts Museum
    1 Bid
    Current Bid
    $20
  • Estimate
    $40 - $200
    Lot 548

    NORMA SUMNER, Dragonfly

    Est.
    $40 - $200
    Attleboro Arts Museum
    0 Bids
    Starting Bid
    $40

Auction Description

30th Annual Benefit Art Auction by Attleboro Arts Museum
Raise your virtual paddle during the Attleboro Arts Museum’s 30th Benefit Art Auction. • Registration and pre-bidding starting on Tuesday, October 12th at 10 a.m, EST • Place your final bids on Saturday, November 6th starting at 12 p.m, EST The Attleboro Arts Museum, located in Attleboro, MA, is a privately supported, non-profit arts institution whose core commitment to Arts for Everyone guides the Museum's programs and operations. The Museum involves audiences of all ages and backgrounds in the visual arts through diverse educational programs and engaging arts experiences. We work to support the creative and artistic development of both promising and professional artists. www.attleboroartsmuseum.org Auction Sponsors Headline Sponsors • Bluestone Bank • Castro, Thresher, & Oliveira, PC • City Spirits • Rockland Trust Charitable Foundation • Russell Morin Catering and Events • The Sun Chronicle Partner Sponsors • Bristol County Savings Bank Charitable Foundation • Collins, Smith & O’Connor, LLP • Sensata Technologies Foundation Friend Sponsors • Bliss Bros. Dairy • Providence Picture Frame • Willow Tree Farm Read more
Attleboro Arts Museum
Attleboro, MA 02703
United States

office@attleboroartsmuseum.org

Phone:+15082222644

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Winning bidders will be invoiced for lot(s) won within 48 hours of close of auction. Winning bidders will have up to 5 business days from receipt of invoice to pay in full. If the invoice is not paid in full within 5 business days of receipt the Museum reserves the right to re-offer the lot(s) won for resale. Purchased items that are not claimed within 140 days of auction close will be deemed forfeit, become property of the Museum, and no refund shall be issued to the winner. We guarantee the authenticity of authorship on the terms and conditions set forth below. Authorship means the identity of the creator, the period, culture source of origin of the property, as set forth in each catalog entry. Quality and Condition: Clients should carefully inspect all works, when possible, as quality and defects may be a matter of personal judgment. Lots are sold AS IS, WHERE IS. All lots are photographed in their entirety. For instance, if no frame is shown, then the work is unframed, but is considered finished and is appropriate for hanging if the buyer chooses. These conditions of sale shall be construed in accordance with the laws of the state of Massachusetts. The buyer/bidder agrees and consents to submit to the personal jurisdiction in the state and federal courts located in the venues of Attleboro, Massachusetts, United States. Guarantee Coverage: If within 14 days of the date of the sale of any lot, the original purchaser of record tenders to the Attleboro Arts Museum a purchased lot in the same condition as when sold and it is established that the identification of the Authorship of such lot is not substantially correct based upon written or oral statements made by the catalog or auctioneers, the sale of the lot will be rescinded and the original purchase price refunded. Non-Assignability: It is specifically understood that the benefits of this Guarantee are not assignable and shall be applicable only to the original purchase of the lot and not to any subsequent owners. Sole Remedy: It is further specifically understood that the remedy set forth herein, the rescission of purchase and return of the purchase price is exclusive and in lieu of any other remedy which might otherwise be available as a matter of law. Winning bidders will need to pay their invoice in full prior to picking up their Auction item(s). In person pick up of auction items will take place at the Attleboro Arts Museum, November 9th through November 13th, 2021 from 10am to 4pm. IN-PERSON PICK UP: Attleboro Arts Museum 86 Park Street Attleboro, MA 02703 Free parking in rear of Museum. Enter through parking lot entrance. Buyers are responsible for coordinating, lifting and carrying large/heavy items. The Attleboro Arts Museum does not offer in-house packing or shipping services. Please contact us for a list of recommended carriers or to let us know that you have selected your own packer/shipper. At that time, we will provide you with details regarding purchased lot(s) needed for shipping. The Attleboro Arts Museum is unable coordinate packing or shipping arrangements for Auction buyers. Buyers are responsible for contacting shippers directly. Shipping/ packing arrangements must be made within 5 business days after the end of Auction. The Attleboro Arts Museum must receive payment for your purchase(s) before it can release your property to a shipping firm. Any expense related to packing, shipping and insurance (including reimbursement for damage or loss) of purchased lots is the responsibility of the buyer. In order to provide you with a quote, the shipper will need to know general information about the type of item(s) you need to ship including size, weight, value and ship to address. Once a shipper is chosen, the buyer is required to inform the Museum of the shipper information via phone at 508-222-2644 X 13 or via e-mail at office@attleboroartsmuseum.org in order for the Museum to release the purchased lot(s) to the packer/shipper. Please note: Responsibility and all liability of items as well as safe delivery is assumed by carrier, shipper, buyer, agent or packing company upon acceptance of merchandise. Buyer will not hold the Attleboro Arts Museum liable for any damage or loss after merchandise has been released from its possession. Read more

Terms & Conditions

The following terms and conditions are the complete and only terms and conditions on which all property is offered for sale. Any posted notices or oral announcements by the Auctioneer during the auction can amend this catalog.

The Attleboro Arts Museum reserves the right to withdraw any property at any time before the sale ends in its sole and exclusive discretion. Bids placed via online bidding services are firm commitments to purchase and may not be canceled or retracted for any reason. We reserve the right to reject any bid. The bidder acknowledged by the Auctioneer or designated Museum staff member will be the buyer. In the event of any dispute between bidders, or in the event of doubt on our part as to the validity of any bid, the Auctioneer or Auction Clerk will have the final discretion either to determine the successful bidder or to re-offer the disputed article for resale. All sales are final on the fall of the Auctioneer’s gavel or as indicated by a Bidsquare notification or designated staff member. Title to an offered lot will pass to the bidder acknowledged by the Auctioneer, subject to fulfillment by such bidder of all the conditions set forth herein, and such bidder thereupon assumes full risk and responsibility for the item and will pay the full purchase price.

Winning bidders will be invoiced for lot(s) won within 48 hours of close of auction. Winning bidders will have up to 5 business days from receipt of invoice to pay in full. If the invoice is not paid in full within 5 business days of receipt the Museum reserves the right to re-offer the lot(s) won for resale.

Purchased items that are not claimed within 140 days of auction close will be deemed forfeit, become property of the Museum, and no refund shall be issued to the winner.

We guarantee the authenticity of authorship on the terms and conditions set forth below. Authorship means the identity of the creator, the period, culture source of origin of the property, as set forth in each catalog entry.

Quality and Condition: Clients should carefully inspect all works, when possible, as quality and defects may be a matter of personal judgment. Lots are sold AS IS, WHERE IS. All lots are photographed in their entirety. For instance, if no frame is shown, then the work is unframed, but is considered finished and is appropriate for hanging if the buyer chooses.

These conditions of sale shall be construed in accordance with the laws of the state of Massachusetts. The buyer/bidder agrees and consents to submit to the personal jurisdiction in the state and federal courts located in the venues of Attleboro, Massachusetts, United States.

Guarantee Coverage: If within 14 days of the date of the sale of any lot, the original purchaser of record tenders to the Attleboro Arts Museum a purchased lot in the same condition as when sold and it is established that the identification of the Authorship of such lot is not substantially correct based upon written or oral statements made by the catalog or auctioneers, the sale of the lot will be rescinded and the original purchase price refunded.

Non-Assignability: It is specifically understood that the benefits of this Guarantee are not assignable and shall be applicable only to the original purchase of the lot and not to any subsequent owners.

Sole Remedy: It is further specifically understood that the remedy set forth herein, the rescission of purchase and return of the purchase price is exclusive and in lieu of any other remedy which might otherwise be available as a matter of law.