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Interpretations of the 8 Arch Bridge Auction

by Mary Greendale
December 12, 2016

Bidding has been extended to Dec 19th.


Art can be seen in the Gilman Room at the Library in Holliston.

#1 David Bastille, oil;
#2 Rick Kattman, b&w photo;
#3 Liz Ricketson, acrylic;
#4 Barbara Lush, copper etching;
#5 David Carmack, photo;
#6 Linda Ramrath, quilt;
#’s 7-9 Thomas Black, color photos;
#10 Bryan York, color photo.

Or online at: http://8archbridge.com/auction/. Bid there, too.

Bidding ends at 4:00 pm on December 19th and awards will be made thereafter at a reception at the Library that will run from 4:30 to 6:30 to wrap-up the event.

Thanks to the artists for donating their works.
Thanks to Gilfoy Art & Framing for framing #1 and #3.

Thanks to Rich Powers of Henry’s photo for doing our promotional photos.
In the spring we hope to pursue the major funds for restoration from the Community Preservation Fund at Town Meeting (est. $750,000 to preserve and add railing). The CP Committee and townspeople will expect to see a match and local support for any effort they endorse – and we will do that with the funds from this auction and other events! Come celebrate a great fundraising year with us. We have done that and can finish in grand style with this auction. THANK YOU!!!
8 Arch Committee
Bobby Blair, Frank Chamberlain, Melissa Ford, Liz Greendale, Mary Greendale, Kristen Hafford, Nate Hafford, Marge Turner Hollman, Joanne Hulbert, Barbara Keene, P.J. Kilkelly,  Andy Porter, Dennis Prefontaine, Sheri O’Brien, Stacey Raffi, Eva Stahl, Robert Weidknecht,

 

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