2016 Arts & Adventure Auction

Saturday, April 9 at the Convention Center
Doors open at 6 pm, Outcry Auction starts at 7 pm

 

Our Annual Arts and Adventure Auction is the Kodiak Arts Council’s single biggest annual fundraiser – and it is a lot of fun! We are running a Treasure Island-themed costume contest with prizes determined by auction-goers. Dress up for your chance to win, or enjoy seeing your friends and neighbors in their pirate best. 

April 10 update: Thank you, Kodiak, for making our Arts & Adventure Auction a huge success! Together we raised more than $33,000 for our programs, and our work to create opportunities for the people of Kodiak to experience and participate in the arts. We are so grateful to our generous donors who filled the convention center with more than 200 items, and our bidders, many of whom paid above and beyond estimated values for the items purchased. Bravo, and thank you.

 

Download a 2016 Arts & Adventure Auction program to learn more about our event. And remember - our priemere item, a 1940s ivory and baleen ship by Carl Iyakitan, will be auctioned April 22, 2016 through the Alaska Auction Company.

Treasure Island Event Details
26th Annual Arts & Adventure Auction, Saturday, April 9 at the Convention Center. Doors open at 6 pm, outcry auction begins at 7 pm. $15 admission includes catering by Monk's Rock and a complimentary drink from the bar (soft drinks, and beer or wine for those over 21).
Horned Puffins
"Horned Puffins", limited edition framed print by Gary Lyons, 1/75.

This artwork is one of several framed pieces in the Arts Auction featuring puffins.
Fish Tales
"Fish Tales" by Scott Kennedy. Limited edition print, 460/5500 Sold out at Publisher (Greenwich Workshop Gallery).

Donated by Kathy Drabek.
Power in the Moon
"Power in the Moon" framed print by Edward Tussey, 1985, limited edition 145/500", sold out from publisher.

Donated by Kathy Drabek.
Original Watercolor
Framed Original Watercolor by Gretchen Hancock, Garden and Spruce Cape Scene - in loving memory of Marge Thera.

Donated by RMD Accounting/Renee Darrenkamp.
Kodiak Garden Monster
We are in love with the Kodiak Garden Monster, who has kept watch in the Arts Council offices since he was donated in early March. Created by local ceramic artist Andrea Olsen, the garden monster can serve as a planter or indoor/outdoor decorative piece. Donated by the artist.
Fireweed: Bloom, Transition, Seed.
"Fireweed Bloom, Transition, Seed". Triptych (three panel print) by Alaska artist Gail Niebrugge. Sold out print.

Donated by the estate of Christine McVay.
Garden Party Quilt
"Garden Party" Floral Quilt, Queen size: 62" x 88"

Donated by the Kodiak Bear Paw Quilt Guild.
Jewelry set by Jim Miller
Trade Bead Earrings and Petroglyph Necklace by Alutiiq Artist Jim Miller. Must be seen to appreciate the exquisite detailed metal work.

Donated by Afognak Native Corporation.
Horned Puffins
"Horned Puffins", detail, limited edition framed and matted print by Gary Lyons, 66/756.
Personal Locator Beacon
Personal Floating Locator Beacon, ACR 2881 w/ GPS.

Donated by Kodiak Marine Supply.
Canadian Geese
Canadian Geese, Framed original Norris Carraway painting on canvas.

Donated by the estate of Christine McVay.
Orcas Mist
"Orcas Mist" framed print by Edward Tussey, limited edition, 616/950, sold out, from publisher.

Donated by Kathy Drabek.
Sunset Horizons
"Sunset Horizons", framed print by Ernest Robertson, limited edition, 233/375.

Donated by Kathy Drabek.
Otters
Otter Print by Gary Lyons. Presentation Proof signed by the artist.

Donated by Gloria Selby.
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Kodiak Arts Council 
PO Box 1792, Kodiak AK 99615
907-486-5291

Gerald C. Wilson Auditorium
722 Mill Bay Road Kodiak Alaska 99615

 

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