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Donkey Mill Annual Art Auction Approaches

February 19, 2018, 11:24 AM HST
* Updated September 8, 4:05 PM
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The Donkey Mill Art Center is proud to announce its 11th Annual Art Auction to be held at BMW of Hawai‘i on Saturday, Feb. 24, 2018 from 5 to 8 p.m.

This auction provides a rare opportunity for art enthusiasts and patrons to access a wide range work by renowned artists while enjoying a celebratory evening in a beautiful upscale venue.

The auction draws contributions from local and national artists united in a desire to support the beloved community art center and its work to provide rich art experiences and opportunities for the people of West Hawai‘i and visitors alike. Thoughtfully selected pieces by more than 50 renowned artists will be represented in this year’s silent and live auctions in an effort to raise critical resources for the organization.

Among the highly anticipated works available at this year’s auction will be pieces by print maker John Buck, photographer Wayne Levin, painter Lynn Capell, fine art prints by Bud Shark Ink, ceramicist David Kuraoka, ceramicist Richard Notkin, printmaker and painter Mayumi Oda and ceramicist Esther Shimazu. A complete digital catalog will be made available to ticketholders in advance of the event, and patrons who are unable to attend may opt to bid remotely. Tickets are available online.

Proceeds from the event will enable the Donkey Mill Art Center to continue providing youth and adult art programs, community events, and art experiences for all throughout our community.

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For more information call (808) 322-3362.

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Donkey Mill Art Center, is open Wednesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. and is located at 78-6670 Māmaloahoa Highway in Hōlualoa.

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