Art in Healthcare Fundraising Artwork Auction

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Welcome to our fundraising art auction, which will help us to raise much needed funds to continue our work in NHS venues across Scotland, and support the wellbeing of people in Scotland in their communities.

We have a wide ranging collection of art works built with the generous support of artists and funders. We place those artworks in hospitals, GP surgeries, hospices, and care homes. Today, you have a rare opportunity to purchase from an exclusive limited selection of works from that collection. 

The funds raised will help us to transform clinical environments into more welcoming spaces for patients of all ages, their families and NHS workers. It will also help to support our programme of workshops.

The auction will run for 10 days, ending on 28th March. After it has closed, winning bidders will be sent an invoice for delivery and purchase of artwork to their home address. Any questions about the art, artists or Art in Healthcare are very welcome. You can contact us at collectionmanager@artinhealthcare.org.uk

Terms

A bid on an auction item is considered a commitment to purchase the item.

If you have won an auction item, you will be informed after the auction close. Payment for each auction item must be made in full before the item is released.

Auction Guide

Please note that delivery costs will be charged to the winning bidder. Artworks can also be collected by the winning bidder from our store in Edinburgh.  

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LOT 5
£ 320
0
NOT STARTED
Column Drum to Drum (2000) by Ian Hamilton Finlay
LOT 6
£ 350
0
NOT STARTED
Sea Ms (1969) by Ian Hamilton Finlay
LOT 20
£ 700
1
NOT STARTED
Easel in landscape (1992) by Gordon Bryce
LOT 7
£ 640
0
NOT STARTED
Rowan (1987) by Ian Hamilton Finlay
LOT 1
£ 160
0
NOT STARTED
Edinburgh Festival (1992) by Aidan Bremner
LOT 16
£ 290
0
NOT STARTED
East Haar (1992) by Jane Hyslop
LOT 3
£ 180
0
NOT STARTED
Abbeyhill Joker (1992) by Kate Downie
LOT 15
£ 340
1
NOT STARTED
Water of Leith (1990) by Jane Hyslop
LOT 21
£ 60
0
NOT STARTED
Untitled (1996) by Wendy Burgess
LOT 2
£ 320
0
NOT STARTED
Rites of Spring Suite (1977) by John Johnstone
LOT 19
£ 800
0
NOT STARTED
Waiting for Rona (1997) by Kate Downie
LOT 22
£ 280
0
NOT STARTED
Glasgow (1981) by Mary-Louise Coulouris
LOT 4
£ 470
1
NOT STARTED
Sackcloth (1992) by Ian Hamilton Finlay
LOT 8
£ 450
0
NOT STARTED
Night Sea North Berwick (1992) by John Houston
LOT 14
£ 260
0
NOT STARTED
An American in Leith (1993) by Douglas Gray
LOT 18
£ 180
0
NOT STARTED
Sopwith Camel (1990) by Sara Beevers
LOT 9
£ 320
0
NOT STARTED
Musselburgh Race (1997) by John Houston
LOT 11
£ 240
0
NOT STARTED
Dark Waters (1984) by Alfons Bytautas
LOT 17
£ 80
0
NOT STARTED
Woman's Best Friend (1993) by Jane Miller
LOT 12
£ 130
0
NOT STARTED
Cow and Calf (1997) by Elizabeth Reid
LOT 10
£ 250
0
NOT STARTED
Body 08.27.08 (2008) by Gwen Hardie
LOT 13
£ 210
1
NOT STARTED
Nocturnal Birds (1983) by Janka Malkowska
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The current bid on an auction item is £100. The minimum increment is £10. You enter a bid of £150 (your maximum bid).
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Another person bids £130 but they are immediately outbid by jumblebee bidding on your behalf and the current bid goes up to £140.
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