Art Auction

This Foundation Art Auction is to help raise student scholarship money.

The following items are up for bid.  This page will be updated with the highest bid each day at 6:00pm. All bidding will end on September 1 at NOON and winners will be announced.
To bid on an item, please click here to email and include your name, phone number, item(s) number and bid amount.

updated: Friday, September 1… the auction is now closed

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Item 1:  Current highest bid: $75
Squirrel!  by Chad Bonaker of Ink & Light. Bonaker is a well known lighting production engineer for the preforming arts and successful playwright. The Moffat County high grad is also an avid photographer and lives in Denver with his wife and two young children. These pieces were donated by Katie Shaffer a family friend and Bonaker art enthusiast.


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Item 2:  Current highest bid: $42
Wood Bowl: Mike Tyree. Tyree started “turning bowls” ten years ago after purchasing the lathe at an auction at the Caliche High School is Iliff, Colo. He serves as pastor of the Steamboat Bible Church. He and his wife live Steamboat Springs and have two grown sons.


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Item 3:  Current highest bid: $50
Hand-braided leather quirt. By Wayne Wymore. Wymore is a retired master leather braided winning the Colorado Council of the Arts “Folk Art” award in 2000. For the past 70 plus years Wymore has created whips, quirts, reins, ropes and reins that are unique, beautiful as well as useful.


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Item 4:  Current highest bid: $40
HAWK: A Mike Foreman photo. Foreman hails from Texas and has been a professional photographer for more than twenty years. He is currently the Craig city manager.


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Item 5:  Current highest bid: $30
Soft Colors print by Dr. Jeff Grubbs:  Grubbs, a Mono-type printer is experimenting with the concept “color is emotion.” A long time painter with numerous awards who currently serves as the Asst. VP of Instruction at CNCC.


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Item 6:  Current highest bid: $50
Rabbit Ears Photo by Chad Bonaker of Ink & Light. Bonaker is a well known lighting production engineer for the preforming arts and successful playwright. The Moffat County high grad is also an avid photographer and lives in Denver with his wife and two young children. These pieces were donated by Katie Shaffer a family friend and Bonaker art enthusiast.

 


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Item 7:  Current highest bid: $60
Blacksmith Sculpture by Ashley Farrell

 


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Item 8:  Current highest bid: $220
Allegro Vivace By Israel Holloway. Holloway was born in Boulder Colorado and raised in Craig. He currently teaches painting and drawing courses at CNCC and regularly donates artwork for CNCC scholarships. He lives outside of Craig with his family.

 


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Item 9:  Current highest bid: $30
Textured Colors by Dr. Jeff Grubbs:  Grubbs, a Mono-type printer is experimenting with the concept “color is emotion.” A long time painter with numerous awards who currently serves as the Asst. VP of Instruction at CNCC.

 


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Item 10:  Current highest bid: $45
Landscape by Jane Hume.  Hume has resided and painted in the Yampa Valley and northwest Colorado for most of her adult life. She has taught art at CNCC for well over 40 year and well known for her love of art.

 


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Item 11:  Current highest bid: $50
Pine trees by Chad Bonaker of Ink & Light. Bonaker is a well known lighting production engineer for the preforming arts and successful playwright. The Moffat County high grad is also an avid photographer and lives in Denver with his wife and two young children. These pieces were donated by Katie Shaffer a family friend and Bonaker art enthusiast.

 


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Item 12:  Current highest bid: $50
Photo from Echo Park overlook at Harper’s Corner in Dinosaur National Monument.  By Janele Husband. Husband is a retired and spends her time as a local wedding & portrait photographer, outdoor enthusiast

 


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Item 13:  Current highest bid: $50
Photograph by Kathy Simpson, Simpson is retired science and math professor from CNCC.  A life long painter and photographer she has travel the world and successfully “captured the moment” in her amazing wild life and landscapes.