Folks,
People have graciously started donating for the silent auction.  Below are photos of the donated art work and artist information.


 
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Jack DeLoney print donated from the Barbara Kreutzmann Estate. Better photos and dimensions to follow.

ArtistJack DeLoney
The Challenge - Signed watercolor print.
Subject:  Wild turkey's and hen's.
Unmatted print is 24x11
Matted and Framed size:

Jack DeLoney is recognized as one of the top Southern watercolor painters today. He has received numerous awards and recognitions for his watercolors, which today hang in corporate, private, and museum collections throughout the United States.  

Retails for $400+
Reserve set at $100
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Arizona Sunset
Arizona Sunset
Debbie Chavez Sumerall from the Class of 75' has been kind enough to donate several pieces to our silent auction.  Thank you Debbie, you only become more gracious with time.

Artist: Debbie Chavez Sumrall   Class of 75'

Arizona Sunset
Oil (sizes to follow)
Framed
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Cabin in the Woods
Cabin in the Woods
Artist : Debbie Chavez Sumrall   Class of 75'

Cabin in the Woods
Oil (size will follow)
Framed

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Artist:  Debbie Chavez Sumrall   Class of 75'

Notecards - An array of notecards that are copies of Debbies original art.
Assorted sizes.
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Artist: Deb Wagner Hudson

The Eagle

5x7" Watercolor

Matted and framed to a 12.5"x15.5"

Retails for $150
Reserve set at $50
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Artist:  Leslie Blackmon 
Linocut.

Size will follow.


Linocut is a printmaking technique, a variant of woodcut in which a sheet of linoleum (sometimes mounted on a wooden block) is used for the relief surface. The drawing is carved into the linoleum and then printed. The different colors are printed at different stages of the carving, so it is more complex than a straightforward black and white print. The technical name for the process is that it is a multiple stage "reductive" printing process.
 Both pieces are handprinted by Leslie and signed.
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Artist:  Leslie Blackmon
Linocut 
Size will follow.


Linocut is a printmaking technique, a variant of woodcut in which a sheet of linoleum (sometimes mounted on a wooden block) is used for the relief surface. The drawing is carved into the linoleum and then printed.  The different colors are printed at different stages of the carving, so it is more complex than a straightforward black and white print. The technical name for the process is that it is a multiple stage "reductive" printing process.  Both pieces are handprinted by Leslie and signed.
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