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Tuesday, August 17, 2010

First Auctioned Sale

Napster's artwork did very well for the Stewart Memorial Church fundraiser. It sold for $95.00, which has the Cat all flustered.

Yes, the Bateman print outshone him, selling for $220.00, but that's as it should be. This, after all, was Napster's first public auction. Peggy, the librarian, reported that a lot of people came in just to see his work -- then stayed and bid on other items in the sale. That's good.

Over all, about $4000.00 were raised for the heritage Church in Dwight. We're honoured that Napster got to be a part of that.

Thank you to all the people who bid on his piece of art.

And, if you missed it, you can still order a fine, framed print... The piece sold in the auction was titled "Ascending", because of the wonderful lifting feel in the work, and the dove rising on the right hand side.

Look closer, however, and see what else you can find in Paradise!

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