Sporting Art Auction 2016
The final income from the Art Auction 2016 was £3575.
Run totally online this year the event was a great success and with absolutely no costs, so every penny raised goes to carry on the work of Countryside Learning.
A huge thanks to everyone concerned in raising this fantastic amount of money. Thanks to our Sporting Artists who donated their superb work, The Shooting Gazette magazine who featured the art available this year, Dysons Framers who do such a great finishing effect for the pictures and of course our brilliant supporters who have bid against each other to raise this huge amount for Countryside Learning. This money really will make a difference and will allow us to fund an Estate Day – paying for the infrastructure, exhibitors/porta loos and schools transport and cover all our internal costs.
We hope all our winning bidders’s have years of enjoyment from their purchases.
Countryside Learning, now in its 30th year as a national registered charity, reaches up to 20,000 children with a programme of events and the members of its Farms for Schools programme reach a further 300,000 children. It organises visits for a single class or events where up to 4,000 inner city children get the chance, often for the first time, to experience the countryside around them.
Dormice – Bronze
Size 1″ x 3″
Robert E Fuller
Red Stag – Print 375/850
Size – 11″ x 18″
Pheasants from the Oaks – Oil on paper
Size – 11″ x 17″
Roe in bluebells – Oil on canvas
Size – 16″ x 12″
Grey Partridge – Oil on paper
Size – 6″ x 10″
Wild Dog Country – Limited Edition Print 4/150
Size – 14″ x 22″
Black Lab Puppy – Scraperboard and Ink
Size – 100 x 150mm
Evening Woodcock – Watercolour
Size – 13″ x 9″
Pintail at Dawn – Watercolour
Size – 11″ x 7 1/2″
Grouse – Oil on board
Size – 12″ x 16″