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Auction Items

Posted 3/30/17

Art works

  • Chagall, Marc—one of 295 signed B&W prints from original etching, with documentation: The Tomb of Rachel (1939) (value $4,750) Minimum bid $2,900
  • Eidenberger, Josef—original signed etching (value $250)
  • Medallion edition of Mandarin Ducks (value $100)

  • Mort, Greg—signed, professionally framed limited edition lithograph: Out of the Mist (2015) (value $425)

  • Parent, Neal— photograph Afternoon Serenity, matted and framed ($475 value)
  • Rivers, Larry—signed professionally framed color lithograph print (63/250): Madame Butterfly (1978) (value $1,500–$2,300)
  • Sage, John (studied with Chihuly)—Glass Sculpture from rare earth colorants only used once in batch of glass (gold through browns & green) (1970’s) (value: $1,250 - $1,500) Minimum bid $550
  • Sage, John—single piece wood turned bowl (value $700 - $800)               Minimum bid $400
  • Warnke, Kurt—B&W etching: Boat Keel 8208P (1980’s) (value $300)
  • White, Cynthia—B&W etching: Thicket in Snow (1996) (value $125)
  • James Zoller—oil painting—Apple Glow (8x10) (value $400)
  • James Zoller—oil painting—Morning Glow (8x10) ) (value $400)
  • Donald, Liz—original acrylic painting, Hollyhocks ($600 value)
  • Naumann antique bird print: Woodpeckers (value: $75–$100)
  • Naumann antique bird print: Owls (value: $75–$100)
  • Two framed photos by Eve Hupper
  • Framed watercolor of bamboo plants ($150 value)
  • Jo Desmond original watercolor, Daffodils and Quilt, 27 x 21 silver leaf gilt frame with archival matting  ($1,000 value)
  • R. F. Bailey color print of original artwork (Great Horned Owl)

Other Art

  • c. One dozen framed/unframed original art/prints/photos
  • Coastal Maine Art Workshops gift certificate for any 2017 workshop ($300 value)
  • Marti Stone photography portrait session: children a/o pets
  • Farnsworth Museum family membership
  • Contemporary Art afternoon Guided Gallery Walk to 4 Rockland galleries hosted by their owners/directors, with wine tasting reception (maximum 5 people—May/June)
  • Docent-led 2-hour close observation tour of Farnsworth Museum followed by lunch locally.
  • Two framed photos by Eve Hupper
  • Framed watercolor of bamboo plants ($150 value)

Cruises

  • Schooner Appledore—
    • a 1 day sail for 2
    • a sunset cruise for 2
  • Schooner Heron—Your choice of an Island Sail w/lunch or Sunset Cruise w/dinner, for two people
  • Schooner Lewis French—5-night cruise and kayak trip for 2 June 16–21 (incl. Fathers Day)
  • Schooner Mary Day—3-day cruise for 2 during the 2017 season
  • Schooner Surprise—2-hour cruise for 18 aboard Surprise
  • Windjammer Angelique—Early season 3-night sail for 2
  • Schooner Isaac Evans—Lobster dinner cruise for 2

Other Boating Offerings

  • Afternoon sail from Rockport Harbor for two aboard 30' ketch, includes lunch
  • Sailing afternoon including lunch/refreshments
  • Lunch and kayak trip for 1 on Meduncook River (Friendship)
  • Power boat tour for 2 (perhaps 4) of Muscle Ridge Channel Islands, including lunch.
  • 9 horse long stem electric start 2014 Evinrude (almost no hours) (Value $3,800)

Books and Magazines

  • A Natural History of Camden and Rockport
  • Harbor Fish Market cookbook
  • Salt Water Farm newly published cookbook by Annemarie Ahearn
  • Four signed books by Tess Gerritsen
  • Maine Mapmaker’s Kitchen cookbook and Peaks Island Flowfold Tote (Archipelago)
  • Autographed copy of Adventures in Comfort Food (Café Miranda)
  • Autographed copy of Chanterelle Dreams, Amanita Nightmares; the love, lore and mystique of mushrooms by Greg Marley
  • Two year subscription to Maine Homes, Boats and Harbors Magazine  ($40 value)
  • Year’s subscription to Down East, including March issue ($28 value)

Crafts

  • Quilted needle storage 'book' to hold circular, straight or double point knitting needles as well as crochet hooks and other yarn notions
  • Two skeins of alpaca wool (Cashmere Goat)
  • Set of juvenile quilted wall hangings ($90 value)
  • Quilted tote bag ($30 value)
  • Personalized knit Christmas stocking
  • Hand made wooden candle holders (2)
  • Handmade wooden knife blocks (2)
  • 12 assorted unique handmade original collage note cards by Lois Anne ($72 value)
  • Pottery planter handmade by Nancy Button, Fireside Pottery ($48 value—$24 minimum)

Entertainment

  • Bay Chamber two tickets to Music at Dusk, May 19 ($60 value)
  • Strand Theater supporter level membership including complimentary tickets ($150 value)

Exploration/Learning

  • 1/2-day fly fishing instruction/excursion in Knox County
  • Haiku outing: including tour of Japanese garden and dinner at Suzuki (for 1–2) (value $140)
  • Night of stargazing with amateur astronomer Pete Kalajian
  • Mushroom hike and dinner for six with mycologist Greg Marley
  • One-hour tutorial in beginning WORD or web browsing
  • Home composting mentoring
  • Fern ID and ecology walk for up to 8 people with handout ($140 value)
  • Guided tour of Schleppinghurst, a Japanese inspired display garden created by Ken Cleaves on 1.5 acres in Lincolnville (Received Kathryn S. Taylor Public Landscape Award)

Food/Dining

  • Gourmet dinner for six with Mimi Bornstein at Williamson’s home in Spruce Head
  • Mushroom dinner for six (see Exploration/learning, above)
  • Homemade pies (Apple & Blueberry) ($25 value each)
  • Gluten free basket
  • Wine & Cheese Basket
  • Maine Woodsman State of Maine Cheese gift box ($35 value)
  • Dessert/month for six months (baklava to pavlova)
  • Baked goods
  • Jess’s Market ($25 gift certificate)
  • Rock City Coffee—pound of fresh ground coffee
  • Rockland Café ($50 gift certificate)
  • Samoset Resort—Sunday Brunch for 2 ($60)
  • Trackside Station ($20 gift certificate)
  • Waterfront Restaurant ($50 gift certificate)
  • Dinner and entertainment for up to 8 (provided by male quartet)
  • State of Maine Cheese Company Maine Woodsman Gift Box
  • Cafe Miranda ($25 gift certificates)
  • Primo ($100 gift certificate)
  • Mr. Wat Sushi ($50 gift certificate)
  • Time Out Pub ($20 gift certificate)
  • Archer’s on the Pier ($25 gift certificate)
  • Myrtle Street Tavern ($30 gift certificate)
  • Sweet Sensations & 3 Dogs Café ($15 gift certificate)
  • Chocolate Lovers Basket, including Uncle Willy’s Candy ($10 gift certificate)
  • Clan McClaren restaurant ($25 gift certificate)
  • Park Street Grille ($25 gift certificate)
  • Market Basket ($25 gift certificate)
  • Slipway Restaurant ($25 gift certificate)
  • Rhumb Line ($25 gift certificate)
  • Hartstone Inn Restaurant ($100 gift certificates—2)
  • Coffee on the Porch (3 one pound bags)
  • Carrabassatt Coffee Company (gift certificate for 3 one pound bags & mailing)
  • Salt and pepper shakers from The Good Table ($90 value)
  • 6 jars of varied homemade jams ($50 value)
  • Deerfoot Farm & Café ($25 gift certificate)
  • Mussel Ridge Market ($25 Gift Certificate)
  • In Good Company  ($50 Gift Certificate)
  • Rock City Coffee—3 bags

Getaway

  • Trellis House B&B Ogunquit, including 2 guest passes to Ogunquit Museum ($500 value)
  • Enjoy a one-week getaway (May–October as available) at "Sprucy" cottage for up to 4 on Spruce Head Island ($850–$1,250 value)

Household Exterior/Interior

  • Sun Mar Garden Composter from The Green Store ($350) Minimum bid $200
  • Wood Shaper Workshop of Maine Serenity bench ($149 value)
  • Fiskars non-electric reel mower, nearly new ($219 value new)
  • Like new Stamina 1305 exercise bike (value $130)
  • 3 yards of ¾ inch crushed stone delivered (Todd’s Lawn & Landscape) (Value $200)
  • Brass kerosene anchor lantern (ankerlicht) ($90 value)
  • Hand-hewn and handcrafted wooden trestle desk ($1,100 value) Minimum bid $250
  • "Cat on a Mat” antique hooked rug 4 x 4 perfect condition ($500 value) 
  • Midcoast Maine Closets ($100 gift certificate)
  • Pullout kitchen faucet, chrome ($175 value)
  • 4 plastic wine glasses from Puffin’s Nest ($17 value)

Jewelry/Decorative Arts/Clothing

  • Maxine Freedman beaded bracelet
  • Alan Winick tide clock, image of Rockland Lighthouse ($130 value) View
  • Maine Sport ($40 gift certificate)
  • Four early 20th century glass paperweights ($30–$40 value each)
  • Two Hand crafted leather hand bags by Molly Grant cordwainershop.com
  • Theo B. Camisole ($50 gift certificate)
  • Cayote Moon (gift certificate)
  • Crocheted slippers (small) by Laura Evans ($30 value)
  • Crocheted slippers (large) by Laura Evans ($30 value)
  • Beaded bracelet from Kenya
  • Sheila Davenport designed Kumihomo beaded necklace (value $90)
  • Antique silk piano shawl embroidered in China c 1855–60 ($300 value)
  • Knit socks, size 8 – 8 ½ of washable rabbit wool ($25 value)
  • Handknit cowl in blue by Jo Desmond
  • Handknit cowl in maroon by Jo Desmond
  • Hand knit cashmere hat and scarf set by Mary Alice Bird
  • Custom knit sweater, shawl, socks or hat, scarf, mittens combo by Mim Bird
  • Hand knit adult sweater by Laura Jackson
  • Hand knit child’s sweater (3) by Laura Jackson
  • Lace shawl knit with hand-dyed wool in shades of lavender and green by Beth Wilson ($50 value)
  • Vera Bradley fabric Scotty Dog pattern backpack and key chain ($100 value)

Music

  • Community Singing party with Mimi Bornstein and Sean Fleming
  • Bagpiper for festive event ($200 value)
  • One-hour diagnostic evaluation/lesson with Steve Weston
  • One hour of harp music
  • Yamaha Portable Grand YPG 535 with stand ($500 value)
  • Dinner and entertainment for up to 8 (provided by male quartet) (see "Food” above)
  • 1 ½ hour house concert with Miners Creek Bluegrass Band ($400 value) Minimum bid $150
  • Gift basket for singers!
  • Miners Creek CD and download card—2
  • MCC gift bags—2 (T shirt, CD’s, Tote)
  • Inanna Sisters in Rhythm CD and cassettes ($11 value)
  • Antique painted wooden drum, possibly Haitian

Services

  • Mid-Maine Forestry—2-hour consultation on your woodlot ($120 value) $60 minimum bid
  • Two-hour tree pruning ($50 value)
  • Pick-up, trailer, and wood splitter with two workers for 2–3 hrs of wood splitting
  • 3 people with truck & trailer for half day’s outside work
  • Individual adult therapy session with LCSW
  • 3 hour garden spring clean up
  • 4 hours handy work
  • ½ day window washing, in or out
  • Another two hour tree/shrub pruning ($50 value)
  • One week’s dog sitting for dog who plays well with other dogs
  • One day’s physical labor
  • Eastern Tire & Auto ($50 gift card)
  • Side Country Sports ($50 gift card toward bicycle tune up) 

Wellness

  • Country Inn in Camden—1-year membership in health club ($100 value)
  • Reflections Hair Salon—$30 gift certificate for month of tanning
  • Wellness Basket
  • 90-minute therapeutic massage
  • Gift certificate for Coastal Therapeutic Massage
  • Detoxifying ionizing footbath with Ananur Forma
  • Wise Women tea party for four
  • Two gift certificates for 1-hour full body massage at Wellspring Massage
  • Two-hour introduction to Yoga for one or two
  • 2 hour Shamamic healing session
  • Andalon skin care products gift basket ($55)
  • L’Bri skin care products basket ($150 value)
  • Just Friends Hair Design ($25 gift certificate)
  • Teeter Inversion Table, gently used ($300 new)
  • 1 hour Shiatsu massage for pain relief or relaxation ($90 value)

Miscellaneous/Assorted Gift Baskets

  • Soprano Divas basket (value $200—or more than Tenors!)
  • Tenor Mud Season/Spring Basket (value $200—or more than Sopranos!)
  • Garden Basket
  • LL Bean gift card ($100)
  • T-Shirts basket ($200 value)
  • Beach Basket
  • Bank basket: Camden National Bank gift card ($25 value) and First Bank fleece blanket
  • 3 remote helicopters (2 Brookstone, 1 Syma) ($50 value)
  • Grasshopper Shop (gift certificate)
  • Midcoast Meals on Wheels gift basket (Thanks to our June Concert beneficiary for partnering with us!)
  • Bridal Bouquet $50 gift certificate for a bouquet
  

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