Silent auction three
The silent auction three will close at 7.45pm on the night of the auction.
1. Love your locks at Sable Fine Hair
Love your locks with a cut and colour from the team at Sable Fine Hair. Enjoy extra gorgeous summer hair, courtesy of the expert stylists at Sable Fine Hair, 109 Featherston Street, Wellington. Valued at $265.
Special deal alert! Even if you don’t win this item you can still receive 15% off any order from Sable’s online store. Order any of the wonderful products from and use the code AUCTION to receive your discount. Offer valid until 31 Jan 2017.
2. Carmen with L’Arlésienne, Royal New Zealand Ballet
Two tickets to any performance of the sassy classic, Carmen with L’Arlésienne, touring to eight centres from Auckland to Invercargill from 16 Feb to 1 April 2017.
3. someone’s side face by Daniel Phillips
Celebrated self-taught artist Daniel Phillips produces quirky, striking paintings, inspired by travel, plans, trains and the world around him. He works from creative spaces Mix, Pablos Art Studios and Alpha Art Studio, and has work in collections throughout New Zealand and internationally.
4. Gorgeous glasses from Pony Lane
Stunning set of mouth-blown glass jug and four tumblers. Emerald green in colour and with an intricate pattern, this glass set is perfect for everyday use or to impress on a special occasion. Dishwasher and food safe.
5. Desk Bunny by Christine Winbush
A very cute container for your pens or simply something to make your smile. Christine Winbush attends Vincents Art Workshop and makes ceramic works because she can see them more easily with her deteriorating vision.
6. Nairn Cottage Experience
Visit Wellington’s oldest original cottage, enjoy morning tea of scones and tea for eight people, and a guided tour of by Head of Programmes Rachel Ingram, Museums Wellington.
7. One free coffee every working day of the year
Amazing value for lovers of great coffee, provided by the iconic Lido Café & Bar on the cnr of Victoria and Wakefield Sts. Too good to miss, caffeine fiends!
8. Untitled by Juliet Nally
Overlapping rivers of paint and vivid colours are features of this Alpha Art Studio artist, who evokes rainbows, rains and storms on canvas. Juliet’s work is in numerous collections.
9. Real Modern: Everyday New Zealand in the 1950s and 1960s
Featuring hundreds of stunning new photographs from Te Papa, and collections nationwide, Bronwyn Labrum’s Real Modern is a celebration of the things of the 1950s and 1960s and the people who used them.
10. Reflections by Catherine
Catherine has just started attending Tuesday workshops at Pablos Art Studios and Reflections developed from these sessions. She is exploring different media and techniques, and developing new ideas.
11. Tickets to Te Papa’s Bug Lab
Te Papa and Weta Workshop bring you a science exhibition like no other – a spectacular, immersive experience ‘designed by bugs, for humans’. Enjoy two tickets to this exciting new exhibition, from 10 December to April 2017.
12. Untitled by Alexandria Tasker
Check out this striking geometrical work by Vincents Art Workshop artist Alexandria Tasker, who says that her art is, first and foremost, for therapy.
13. Four tickets to La Vie Dans Une Marionette from Capital E
Welcome to the surreal world of a lonely pianist and a puppet in this exquisite show that combines physical theatre, clowning, dance and live music. On during the Capital E National Arts Festival. Meet the cast for a photo after the show: 10am Circa Theatre 18 March 2017.
14. Woven kete
This contemporary-style woven kete was created by the men in the Vaka Fa’aola Pacific Arts programme at Spring Hill Corrections Facility, supported by Mary Ama, the Pacifica Mamas and Pacifica Arts Centre.
15. Untitled by Timothy Leatigaga
Timothy, a much-loved and respected artist at Vincents Art Workshop, passed away in 2015. He enjoyed using his imagination to create ideas and works that reflected a better future.
16. Family pass to Space Place
Discover the stories of our southern skies at the Carter Observatory’s Space Place, a multimedia exhibition and digital full-dome planetarium. Donated by Museums Wellington.