The cliché 'we can learn from history' is in many cases nonsense - we continue to make the same mistakes over and over again. We do however have to ride that fast learning curve to create new product and have new ideas. Business is not a static immovable object it has to evolve. We have to morph into different markets, pushing our ideas onto the next phase - this is what artists do. Boundaries have to be broken and new frontiers challenged or we simply have to do it better than our rivals. We simply have to be creative.
Below are links to an Art Auction:
Silent Auction Lots, there are three ways in which you can achieve this:-
a) You can email your bid to us, using the direct link from your chosen lot(s) on our website. The emailed bids will not be accessed until Sunday 11th September at 7.30p.m.
b) You can send a postal bid. Mark your envelope ‘SILENT AUCTION ‘. If you are bidding on more than one Lot, each bid must be on a separate sheet of paper. Envelopes will not be opened until 7.30p.m. on Sunday 11th September.
c) From 15th August there will be a locked post box in St Peter’s Church, West Buckland, where you can post your bids. If your are bidding on more than one Lot, each bid must be on a separate sheet of paper. The box will not be opened until 7.30p.m. on Sunday 11th September.
Remember, which ever method you chose and for which ever Lot you wish to bid on, you will need to show the amount you are pledging, your name and address and your telephone number.
The winner of each Lot will be announced at ‘The Evening with Dana’ concert on Sunday 11th September.
Lot 1 : The choice of one of three paintings or drawings by Gerald Moore. These will be exhibited in St. Peter’s Church from 15th August until 11th September 2011.
Minimum Bid £200
The three paintings are part of the unique Collection of the Works of Gerald Moore and are due to be exhibited permanently soon in a London Gallery. Read more…
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Original painting by Peter Bright