Walkalong 2020 – Painting Auction

Auction Process

~ The auction is now closed. Thank you for bidding! ~


Bid & help get kids outside in 2020/21!

Like all Walkalong donations and fundraising, bidding proceeds for paintings go towards the Conservancy’s Bursary Fund. The Bursary Fund helps underprivileged children and youth access nature through the Conservancy’s education programs.

We would like to send out an ENORMOUS thank you to Galiano artists Jeanne Erickson and Stefan Brunhoff for donating their beautiful paintings help our fundraising efforts!


Paintings for Auction

Artist – Jeanne Erickson

Title

Afternoon Calm

Description

Live painting of Chrystal Cove’s northern shore at the Millard Learning Centre during the 8th Annual Musical Walkalong for Learning on August 29th, 2020.

Acrylic on unframed 16″x 20″ gallery-wrapped canvas


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Artist – Stefan Brunhoff

Description

Live painting of Chrystal Cove’s southern shore at the Millard Learning Centre during the 8th Annual Musical Walkalong for Learning on August 29th, 2020.

Watercolour on unframed 22″ x 15″ Archer’s Cold-pressed 140lb paper


More artist information


~ A special thank you Jeanne and Stefan for your generous contributions to the 8th Annual Walkalong for Learning ~


Two more weeks to fundraise for Walkalong

Did you know? Fundraising for the 8th Annual Walkalong for Learning is open until Saturday, September 12th.

Click on the button below to boost your donation or share your fundraising page with your friends.

Every $30 donated brings one child to Galiano for one day to play and learn in nature

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Emily earned a BSc. in Environmental Science from Royal Roads University. Emily has worked with a diversity of environmental entities in the clean technology industry, in social-environmental non-profits and in academic communities. As a scientist and artist she combines her technical knowledge and creative approach to teach about unique pacific-northwest ecosystems and to explore the complex relationships between people and the environment.

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