Huge Artwork to be Auctioned for Conservation

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Huge Donated Artwork to be Auctioned for Conservation

An extraordinary oil painting of the Milford Sound by New Zealand landscape artist Caley Hall, is being auctioned with the proceeds going towards Earthrace Conservation’s new vessel Earthrace-2

Donated Painting

The massive painting which measures 2.46m x 1.42m (approx. 8ft x 4.5ft) will be auctioned by respected auction house Mossgreen-Webbs and has an estimated value of $12,000 to $18,000.

Click here to view the painting, get a condition report, or to place a bid now.   Those of you in Auckland can view the painting at the Mossgreen Webbs Gallery.   The online auction itself takes place on 28th Feb at 6pm New Zealand time, but if interested in the painting, you should ideally get your bid in now.

The artist says that he is proud to contribute to the cause of Earthrace Conservation and Captain Pete Bethune’s efforts in developing an incredible new 60 meter vessel.  EARTHRACE-2 is a state-of-the-art Trimaran developed to work on Marine Conservation. There will also be a TV series based on her, and a worldwide outreach tour. Hall will be the first Artist in Residence on the new vessel.

The painting comes with a custom shipping crate and can be delivered anywhere around the world.

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