Methlick Church Silent Auction

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Methlick Parish Church   

Introduction to the Art Fair Online 2020  

 

Thank you very much for visiting Methlick Parish Church’s Art Fair.     

 

There is something about art that is both therapeutic and prophetic.    

 

First, art is therapeutic.  

 

It can take us places.  

It can rouse in us thoughts and feelings that have lain dormant for decades.  

It can help us pause and reflect and change our course of action.  

It can lift our spirits.  

It can draw us in, raise us up and open our hearts to God and others.  

 

Secondly, it is prophetic.  

 

It can remind us that there is still beauty in this world, that even in the midst of the havoc wreaked by Covid-19, beauty, like goodness, truth and love, will prevail.    

 

My hope and prayer is that whether you win your preferred piece of art or not, you will be touched by the spirit and beauty of the art listed herein.   

 

I owe a huge debt of gratitude to each of the artists who have kindly donated their artwork for this event, and to you for your kind donations as well.    

 

The monies raised from this Art Fair will enable the work of our church here in Methlick to continue.  

 

Thank you very much  

 

Yours sincerely,   

 

Rev. Dr. Will Stalder  

 

Minister of Methlick Parish Church   


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Lot 5
Donate £5GBP
Lot 10
Donate £10GBP
Lot 20
Donate £20GBP
Lot 30
Donate £30GBP
Lot 101
£ 60
9
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Gesso
Lot 201
£ 55
8
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Gesso
Lot 301
£ 47
6
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Gesso
Lot 401
£ 30
2
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“Lay a Little Egg”
Lot 501
£ 25
1
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Cute bear illustration
Lot 601
£ 25
1
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Lathyrus sativus
Lot 701
£ 45
6
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Farmyard Animals
Lot 801
£ 20
0
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Postcard still life painting
Lot 901
£ 25
1
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Still life painting
Lot 1001
£ 25
1
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Postcard still life painting
Lot 1101
£ 25
1
NOT STARTED
Postcard painting
Lot 1201
£ 65
9
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“Fishing at Pennan”
Lot 1301
£ 20
0
NOT STARTED
“Star”
Lot 1401
£ 25
1
NOT STARTED
Cliffs and boats at Auchmithie
Lot 1501
£ 20
0
NOT STARTED
Cliffs and boats at Auchmithie
Lot 1601
£ 25
1
NOT STARTED
Cliffs and boats at Auchmithie
Lot 1701
£ 25
1
NOT STARTED
Cliffs and boats at Auchmithie
Lot 1801
£ 30
2
NOT STARTED
Postcard painting of two cottages
Lot 1901
£ 20
0
NOT STARTED
Acrylic painting of an artic spruce in a snow drift
Lot 2001
£ 25
1
NOT STARTED
Postcard painting of osprey with fish
Lot 2100
£ 25
1
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Bird in flight
Lot 2200
£ 30
2
NOT STARTED
“Summer Sea”
Lot 2300
£ 40
4
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“Copper Glow”
Lot 2500
£ 55
7
NOT STARTED
Tiny ceramic cottages
Lot 2600
£ 50
6
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Collage of house
Lot 2700
£ 40
3
NOT STARTED
Fine ink pen drawing
Lot 2800
£ 55
8
NOT STARTED
Fine ink pen detail
Lot 2900
£ 25
1
NOT STARTED
Vase of roses
Lot 3000
£ 25
1
NOT STARTED
Mounted fine ink design
Lot 3100
£ 25
1
NOT STARTED
Pencil drawing of stag
Lot 3200
£ 25
1
NOT STARTED
Abstract watercolour
Lot 3300
£ 185
37
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“First Light”
Lot 3400
£ 50
6
NOT STARTED
Fish print
Lot 3500
£ 25
1
NOT STARTED
Bright cockerel print
Lot 3600
£ 25
1
NOT STARTED
Dark cockerel print
Lot 3700
£ 25
1
NOT STARTED
Seaside village print
Lot 3800
£ 25
1
NOT STARTED
Horse racing print
Lot 3900
£ 35
4
NOT STARTED
“Green Fields”
Lot 4000
£ 20
0
NOT STARTED
“Freedom”
Lot 4100
£ 50
8
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Original watercolour
Lot 4200
£ 35
2
NOT STARTED
Shell necklace
Lot 4300
£ 25
1
NOT STARTED
Seahorse brooch
Lot 4500
£ 25
1
NOT STARTED
Bird brooch
Lot 4600
£ 35
3
NOT STARTED
Watercolour of iris
Lot 4700
£ 40
4
NOT STARTED
Postcard sizes watercolour of Crovie
Lot 4800
Watercolour - SOLD
Lot 4900
£ 35
3
NOT STARTED
Watercolour of duck
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