Spring Membership Meeting and Silent Art Auction

Save the date March 9 for the Spring Membership Meeting at 1:00 pm. Join us to learn about all the exciting things happening at the Corridor! Introduction by President Jeff Ginter, a brief history of Western Wildlife Corridor by Tim Sisson, and updates on what is happening and what is planned for the future by Executive Director Matt Trokan. Please RSVP here due to limited space.

Thank you for joining Western Wildlife Corridor’s silent auction! As a participating bidder, you agree to abide by the silent auction guidelines as follows:

  • The auction will be held Saturday, March 9th. All final bids must be made by 2:30 pm to qualify.
  • All bids are final and may not be altered or withdrawn.
  • Auction items may be changed or withdrawn at the discretion of Western Wildlife Corridor.
  • All bids must meet the minimum balance or they will be disqualified.
  • The highest bidder at the close of the auction wins the item.
  • Western Wildlife Corridor assumes no liability with claimed items. The winner assumes all responsibility for risk or hazard.
  • Items are sold as-is.
  • Bidders must pay for their winning item in full after the auction. We accept cash, checks and credit cards.
  • Any items not paid for and collected become the property of Western Wildlife Corridor and may be resold.
  • All sales are final.

All of the artwork which will be in the Silent Art Auction is shown below, along with the artwork’s name, artist, dimensions and minimum bid. You must be present at the Winter Membership Meeting in order to bid.

Killdeer 21-½” x 18-½” framed print 72/2000 by John Ruthven 1924-2020. Market value $300. Minimum bid $150. Donated by Mark Rudemiller.

Ruffed Grouse 29” x 35” framed print 534/1000 of Plate IX by John A. Ruthven 1924-2020. Market value $350. Minimum bid $175. Donated by Don Horak.

Bald Eagle 21-½” x 18-½” framed print 464/950 by Harold Rigsby. Market value $250. Minimum bid $125. Donated by Don Horak.

Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep 28-½” x 32” framed print 762/1000 by Harry E. Antis 1944-2002. Market value $300. Minimum bid $175. Donated by Don Horak

Once There Was a Field 17-½” x 15” framed lithograph by Charlie Harper 1922-2007. Market value $200. Minimum bid $100. Donated by Brett Harper.

Hallet Peak, Rocky Mountain National Park 23” x 19” original oil painting by Rewa. Market value $50. Minimum bid $25. Donated by Don Horak.

Dogwoods 21-½” x 16-½” framed print 229/500 by Ken Shulz A.W.S. 1920-2006. Market value $250. Minimum bid $125. Donated by Don Horak.

Trillium 21-½” x 16-½” framed print 147/500 by Ken Shulz A.W.S. 1920-2006. Market value $250. Minimum bid $125. Donated by Don Horak.

The Frog Prince 15” x 15-½” unframed print by Sally Sisson Anderson. Market value $50. Minimum bid $25. Donated by Sally Sisson Anderson

Sailboat 16-½” x 20” original framed pencil sketch by Robert James Pailthorpe. Market value $60. Minimum bid $30. Donated by Don Horak.

Spanish Ships 16” x 20” unframed original oil painting by N. Solidoro. Market value $100. Minimum bid $50. Donated by Don Horak.

Woods 21” x 16” original framed watercolor by local artist P. H. Fierro. Market value $50. Minimum bid $25. Donated by Don Horak.

Racoons in a Tree 24” x 11” unframed, unmatted print by Lori Vogel. Market value $30. Minimum bid $15. Donated by Lori Vogel.

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