Enjoy our Summer Spotlight exhibition of Cameron Bird’s vibrant and classically Canadian impressionist paintings, and Vance Theoret’s adorable soapstone and bronze animal sculptures, displayed in the Gallery from July 21st – August 6th.
In the wake of the recent forest fires in Cameron and Vance’s home town of 100 Mile House, BC, the artists have each donated a painting or sculpture as a prize for a silent auction. All proceeds will go to the Canadian Red Cross, who are supporting the province of British Columbia in providing immediate relief and long-term recovery to those affected by the wildfires.
The details of these auction pieces are as follows:
Cameron Bird ‘Storm Light at Canoe Creek Ranch’ Oil on Canvas, 24 x 30 inches
Vance Theoret ‘Two Tone Far From Home’ Indian Soapstone, 7 x 3 1/2 x 7 inches
How to Enter the Silent Auction
To enter by email, simply copy and paste the following template into an email, complete the required fields, and send to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject ‘Silent Auction for the Red Cross BC Fires Appeal’. Please note: no money is required up front - only the highest bidders donate to claim their prizes.
Deadline for Silent Auction Entries: August 31st, 2017
The winning highest bidders will be announced shortly after the entry deadline. Works will be delivered courtesy of the Adele Campbell Gallery on confirmed receipt of donation to the Canadian Red Cross British Columbia Fires Appeal.
Donate to the British Columbia Fires Appeal Today
Click the link below to donate directly to the Canadian Red Cross today, and to learn more about their invaluable work. All donations are greatly appreciated.
Browse Cameron and Vance’s artworks below, and stay tuned for new pieces arriving throughout the spotlight.