Wednesday, 19 March 2014

Othery auction of goods and promises 21st March 2014 - Somerset Flood Fund

The only problem with posting photos of some of the lots is that I'm now looking around my living room wondering how many paintings and prints I can put on my walls!

So, I will be tweeting and updating my blog with photos live from auction HQ on the day, but these are the ones I have managed to get my hands on so far.

Sorry guys, they aren't in order as I'm trying to get this done and out there for people to see - I will try my best to re-order it tomorrow for you, but I also have to drive to Somerset after work and a night out!  Yep, poor planning on my behalf!

If you want to bid go to this link to find out more >>>>>> here

Lots 31, 48, 65, 107, 113, 142 & 160
From the Somerfield sign in Wells High Street as seen in the film Hot Fuzz 
signed by Edgar Wright, Simon Pegg and Nick Frost. 
Donated by Wells Journal  

Lot No 9. Swarovski Cat. Height 1” – no original packaging
Donated by Lynne Newton.

Lot No 16. A3 Colour Print. Early Morning Mists” (a view from Deer Leap). Donated by Bob Small.

Lot No 23. Original Painting. Mixed media abstract on canvas 
by artist Jacki Wright, Bath
Donated by Lesley Madden.

Lot No 39. A3 mounted picture. “Brown Hare in Morning Mist”. 
Donated by Andy Fisher.

Lot No 44. Framed Print. Recent photograph taken 
by young, talented local photographer of Bramble Thorner taken by Ollie Thorner. 
Donated by Ollie Thorner.

Lot No 61. A leather handbag. Black leather handbag with detachable shoulder straps called Tradeshow rrp £89.99. Donated by Clarks.

Lot No 63. A limited edition Print. “Stable Mates Timpaddy, and Coral with Tiberius the Sheep”.
A framed limited edition print (461/850) signed by Michael Donated by Michael Cooper.

Lot No 68. Club Team Picture. Photograph of Liverpool Football Team (not actual signatures) framed by the Armoury Gallery, St Mary Street, Bridgwater. 
Donated by Liverpool Football Club.

Lot No 75. Tapestry. Beautiful and original tapestry/wall hanging, originating from Islamabad, Pakistan. Donated by Lynne Newton.

Lot No 89. Picture. “Flooded Levels 2014” ( 
Donated by Mike Budd of Budd Art

Lot No 102. Oil Painting. An unframed 30”x40” oil painting on canvas – “Sunny Day at the Beach”. Donated by Keith Groves

Lot No 103.  A leather handbag. Large mushroom combi suede leather bag with 
detachable shoulder straps Temple Beam Rrp £79.99. 
Donated by Clarks

Lots No 128 to 132. Hand-made Soaps. With soap infused sponges in assorted fragrances. Donated by Roland & Sue Parker

Lot No 135. Original Picture. “A Murmuration of Starlings” – This is the original winning picture, as framed and presented in the London gallery where it was exhibited during and after the judging of the “Our Lives” photographic competition organised by Currys/Daily Telegraph. It still has the original competition identity label attached to the back of the picture.  Some people have doubted the authenticity of the picture, but this was verified by Ilford, who also took part in the judging process. The competition was judged by a panel of judges, including David Bailey, who presented the awards.  The copy of the certificate also has a signature by David Bailey on the reverse, which he signed personally. The picture was taken at Heath, Somerset in 2007. It achieved much recognition over the next few months, including Saturday exposure in most of the National newspapers and also BBC Breakfast television. 
Donated by Lynne Newton

Lot No 137. Abstract Oil on paper. “In Between 4 of 5” is an abstract painting on paper 
by local artist Penny Elfick £RRP £150. 
Donated by Pennie Elfick

Lot No 141. 16”x12” print. “Summer Sunrise, Glastonbury Tor, Somerset”.
Printed on Crystal Archive Paper (guaranteed for 99 years). 
Mounted, full size including mount is 20”x16” 
Donated by Lynne Newton

Lot No 147.  Oil Painting. An unframed 30”x40” oil painting on canvas – “Misty Morning”. 
Donated by Keith Groves

Lot No 151.  David Shepherd Print A limited edition (1173/1500) signed framed print 
“The Hot Springs of Yellowstone” (Bison). 
Donated by Andy Fisher

Lot No 152. A4 Mounted Print. “Hare Soaked in Morning Dew” 
by wildlife photographer Andy Fisher. 
Donated by Andy Fisher

Lot No 5a. Stadium Picture. Framed Bristol Rovers photograph. Donated by Armoury Gallery.

Latest photos (taken in a rush but you get the idea!)

Comes with a signed copy of the Fry Chronicles (still in the post)

Sorry its sideways - its taken ages to upload!

That's it for now folks, but I will try to update where I can.

Happy Bidding