27 September 2010

“Poison Dart” - SOLD

Themel_PoisonDartI’m happy to announce: Poison Dart, the art quilt I donated to SAQA was sold during part 1 of the 2010 Benefit Auction.    I hope the new owners will enjoy seeing it their home or office as much as I enjoyed making it. 

Part 1 of SAQA’s Auction ended on September 26th.  Part 2 begins TODAY, with 96 new quilts now up for bid.  Check them out on SAQA’s website:

Last year's Benefit Auction raised $47,325. The funds raised through the Auction are critical to supporting SAQA's exhibitions, catalogs and outreach programs. 

“How Do I Get One of These Beautiful Works of Fiber Art?”

You bid by filling out the online bid form (which is "live" now until the auction ends). You can bid on up to 7 pieces at a time. The first bid on each piece wins!  SAQA will then ship the artwork to the winning bidder by insured USPS Priority Mail.

If you missed the deadline to purchase a quilt from Part 1, there is still a chance for you to grab one.  Unsold pieces will be for sale at the SAQA Store through the end of October. If they are still unsold at that time, they will be returned to the artist.


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