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First Unitarian Universalist Church of Columbus Auction

2011 Unsold Auction Items
 
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A10 Framed Print of a Golden Pheasant

Nicely framed, glass covered and matted watercolor print of a golden pheasant by watercolor artist, Johanna Beckmann. The frame is brown and gold, the matting beige with gold and green highlights. There is information printed on the back regarding the pheasant but not the artist. The framing alone would cost $70.00. Size: 14 inches wide by 18 inches tall.

Donor:
  • Chas & Susan Williams

Qty: 1 Remain: 1
Min: $70

A11 Framed Acrylic Painting of Seashore

Acrylic painting of a cloudy day seascape signed by Kyung A. Mock, possibly a member of the Georgia Coastal Artists Guild. The painting is framed in wood with a bronze burnish and beige matting. There is a slight dimple in the sky as the canvas is not protected by glass. Predominant colors are beige, brown, rose. Size: 19 inches wide by 16 inches tall.

Donor:
  • Chas & Susan Williams

Qty: 1 Remain: 1
Min: $50

A19 "Mt. Etna, Sicily" Photograph

Black framed colored photograph taken by Martha Saenger.

Donor:
  • Jo Anne St. Clair

Qty: 1 Remain: 1
Min: $7

A25 Woven Hanging

Woven hanging of a photograph of Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco; 30" by 12".

Donor:
  • Claire Hagan-Bauza

Qty: 1 Remain: 1
Min: $5

A26 "Peace on Earth" Illuminated Holiday Tree
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Foil origami cranes recall the story of "Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes," and the Japanese children's prayer for an end to all war, forever. This 4-foot high tree was created by First UU artist, Tom Baillieul, as part of his series of artworks incorporating folded paper cranes. Cranes and colored lights form a rainbow display, with silver cranes spiraling up around a hand-painted globe of the earth. Bring the idea of "Peace on Earth" into your holiday celebrations.

Donor:
  • Deb & Tom Baillieul

Qty: 1 Remain: 1
Min: $75

A27 Temari

Japanese embroidered thread balls handcrafted by Japan Temari certified master crafter Susan Hayashi. She has studied the art of Temari for over 17 years, 5 of which were under the direct tutlage of Sensei Toshiko Ozaki, President of the Japan Temari Association.

Donor:
  • Jo Anne St. Clair

Qty: 3 Remain: 1
Min: $20

A37 "Premonition" Photograph

Limited edition photograph of the World Trade Center by Marguerite Molk taken in 1995.

Donor:
  • Marguerite Cox Molk

Qty: 1 Remain: 1
Min: $45

A39 Etched Marble Plaque - Vases and Flowers
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This 6" x 12" marble (granite?) plaque from Winterfair depicts two vases with flowers from polished stone, with the background etched out to provide a contrast in color and texture. Hanger included.

Donor:
  • Steffen/Swett Family

Qty: 1 Remain: 1
Min: $15

A42 Ceramic Candle Holder
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Candle holder by Lisa Goldberg from Athens, Ohio.

Donor:
  • Sandra Aska

Qty: 1 Remain: 1
Min: $25

A44 Original Abstract Painting
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Mostly mauve, a little orange, and one eye-catching yellow accent. Painting is 4" x 6" and is matted in a 9" x 11" wood frame.

Donor:
  • Steffen/Swett Family

Qty: 1 Remain: 1
Min: $20

A49 "Joy" by Richard Wagner

Free association painting exhibited August to September 1986 at the Columbus Art Museum.

Donor:
  • Carol Brody

Qty: 1 Remain: 1
Min: $125

A51 Taos Society of Artists Prints

The Taos Society of Artists was founded in 1915 when Taos was still a small, isolated New Mexican community. Although it disbanded after only 12 years, it put Taos on the road to becoming the thriving art community that it is today. The Native American and Hispanic cultures featured there, as well as the beautiful landscape, captured the attention of the founding artists represented in these five prints. Prints are 19" x 23", on heavy textured paper, unframed. Sold individually.

Donor:
  • Pat Hoffman

Qty: 5 Remain: 5
Min: $15