Catching Lives and Barclays Bank’s Christmas Art and Ceramics Auction has now ended. The winning bids are displayed below.
Those with the highest bids received will be contacted after 5pm on 30th December with details on how to pay for and collect the winning items.
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Andrew Hastings is a photographer whose work documents the extraordinary small print of daily life. He currently has an exhibition upstairs at the Burgate Coffee House opposite Canterbury Cathedral. See website Imagedrum.uk
‘Neptune-ageddon’- C-Type fuji flex print (framed 42cm x 52cm)
WINNING BID £220
Lachlan McInnes “Painting allows me to switch off from the realities of my life.” Lachlan has been homeless for over 30 years. He started painting two years ago at Catching Lives Open Centre and will move into his own flat in the new year. His paintings are on view until Monday 6th January at Espressions Café,Lily’s Bistro and Catching Lives Bookshop, all in Palace Street, Canterbury.
‘The Dark Isle’ – Acrylic on Canvas
WINNING BID £40
Keith Brymer-Jones is a master potter with 35-years in the business. He likes to create stylish yet simple products that are pleasing to the eye and, above all, are practical in the modern home and make people happy! He is also a TV Presenter and Judge on The Great Pottery Throw Down which will be shown on More 4 in the New Year.
Limited Edition (1 of 5) Vase in Stoneware clay with a white tin oxide (33.5 cm Tall, 21 cm at widest point)
WINNING BID £100
Ben Dickson: “To make a living out of art you need some accrued skill either from a natural attribute or from some training. To stand out you have to have something of note. I’m going down the road of a crafted object, which is the lino cut.” See website: http://www.originalportraitart.com/
‘The Jack Russell’- Lino cut print Limit Edition Framed FRamed 50cm x 40cm
WINNING BID £30
Miriam Ellis is Arts Coordinator at Catching Lives, her work is based on research into collections and memories.
‘Untitled’ – Black Clay with Barium Glaze (each cube 3cm x 3cm) in clear perspex case
WINNING BID £100
Mark Cowland: “I’ve tried to develop a style that suits the content of my compositions and reflects the value of the things around me. I believe that not all art has to convey a disguised message but can be confident in delivering something that’s simply pleasing to look at.”
‘Sun and Sand’ – A3 Giclee Framed Print
WINNING BID £65