This is your chance to own beautiful, unique art quilts by some of the world’s finest artists. Plus, your purchases help increase the recognition for art quilts and the artists who make them while supporting SAQA’s exhibitions, publications, and education outreach. Thanks to our donors and bidders in 2013, the Benefit Auction raised over $65,000!
The Benefit Auction is run in three sections for 6 days each, with a special later section accompanying the International Quilt Festival in Houston. A different group of quilts is available for online bidding each week.
SAQA's Benefit Auction will begin on September 15, 2014
Section 1: September 15-20th - online bidding
Section 2: September 22-27th - online bidding
Section 3: September 29-October 4th - online bidding
Section 4 - October 27- 28th - online bidding and also available for in-person
bidding at International Quilt Festival Oct. 29th-Nov 2nd
Congratulations to ANNE SOLOMON whose piece will travel to Houston for Auction at IQF
|Chasm, Anne Solomon (to IQF for in person/online bidding)|
|It takes a Village, Susan Farber (Section 1)|
|Serenity, Sandra Garner (Section 1)|
|Going, Going, Almost Gone, Janine Gates (Section 1)|
|Crossing to Safety, Sharon Collins (Section 1)|
|Returning 2, Elaine Quehl (Section 2)|
|Fire and Ice, Helena Scheffer (Section 2)|
|Valdani Trees in Spring, Jeanne Stoness (Section 3)|
SAQA 2014 Benefit Online Auction Pricing -2 pm EST
|Oct 27||Oct 28|
The shipping and handling fee will be a flat rate for up to seven pieces at a time on any given date. If you want to bid on more than seven pieces or you want to bid on more than one date, you will be charged shipping and handling each time.
Purchase will be by credit card only. The bid form will be time-stamped and sequentially numbered - if more than one person submits a purchase form at the same time, the lowest numbered form will be the accepted buyer.
SOLD notices will be posted as quickly as possible. The donor artists will be informed who purchased their artwork after the auction is complete.