BCA Catalogue Auction set for August 18th

 


Artists Mahiriki Tangaroa, Mark Cross, Hye Rim Lee, Sam Thomas, Ian George, Rick Welland, Sylvia Marsters, Andy Leleisiúao, Loretta Reynolds, Tim Buchanan and Te Aturangi Nepia - Clamp feature in the new BCA Catalogue.

 
The catalogue auction is set for Monday August 18th at BCA Gallery and will once again be overseen by auctioneer John Kenning and special guest John Gow of Gow Langsford Gallery who will join us from Auckland.  We will also welcome our new sponsors CITC Liquor and Lawson’s Dry Hills Winery to the BCA Patrons family.  
 
Once again the Creative Centre is our charity of choice and they will receive a percentage of the auction total.
 
Absentee forms are available in the catalogue and bids are invited should you not be able to attend. Auction catalogues are available  now at BCA or please view on-line. Viewing for the auction will be available as of Monday 11th at BCA.

Right: Mahiriki Tangaroa, View from the Clouds, Oil on canvas.
 
 
 
 
 
BCA Gallery Prints for sale

Mahiriki Tangaroa
Moana Nui
Limited Edition Screen Print on Canvas, ed.100
740X400m
NZD495.00

 

Mahiriki Tangaroa
After A While
Limited Edition Screen Print on Canvas, ed.100
740x400mm
NZD495.00

 

Sylvia Marsters
New York Hibiscus
Limited Edition Screen Print on Canvas, ed.100
275x395mm
NZD350.00

 

W/Wide Shipping Available:
New Zealand: $20.00
Australia/USA: $30.00
Asia: $35.00
Europe: $40.00

 

 

 

 
BCA returns to the VOLTA Show, NYC, March 6-9


Above: Sylvia Marsters, New Yorkers Dont See Flowers, Panel 6, Oil on Canvas, 2013.

 

BCA returns to NYC March 6-9 to exhibit at the VOLTA Show, 82 Mercer St with the Sylvia Marsters Installation, New Yorkers Don't See Flowers.

Nine original paintings in this series will be accompanied by a limited screen print entitled New York Hibiscus.

Artist Sylvia Masters will be present at VOLTA.  Joining the BCA team is local videographer John Beasley. A documentary of the  NYC trip will be launched after the VOLTA show. 

 

 

 
BCA Auction Results

Gow Langsford Galleries John Gow and Auctioneer John Kenning get the BCA Catalogue
Sale underway, 17.2.14 @ BCA Gallery, Rarotonga.

Results:

Nanette Lela'ulu,  Power Pole -  1300.00

Tim Buchanan, Girl with Uke -  900.00

Tim Buchanan,  Are Karioi -  1400.00

Mark Cross,  Ta'akoka Dawn -  PI.

Mark Cross, Surge - PI.

Varu Samuel, Mahi Mahi - 850.00

Apii  Rongo, Toku Enua Tumutevarovaro - 1550.00

Mahiriki Tangaroa, Wait a While - 1600.00

Loretta Reynolds, Raro - 1200.00

Reuben Paterson, Te Arawa - 2550.00

Richard Boyd - Dunlop, Raro Rooster - 400.00

Kay George, Flower Power - 900.00

Sylvia Marsters, Tropic - 1700.00

Reuben Paterson - Ceremony Seekers, LEP - 1200.00

Sylvia Marsters,  Plethora (Red Hibiscus) - 2500.00

 

Please see our FB page for more images and official video.

The Creative Centre of Rarotonga for adults with disablities recieved 10% of auction proceeds as reported in CI News 21.2.14

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
The BCA Auction Catalogue is available now

 

BCA 2014 Catalogue Auction
BCA Gallery, Rarotonga
17th February, 6pm
Auctioneer: John Kenning
Special Guest: John Gow, Gow Langsford Gallery, Auckland.
Catalogue works viewing 12-17th February @ BCA Gallery


BCA Gallery is proud to present  its first ever Catalogue Auction to take place at BCA Gallery, Rarotonga, Monday, February 17th at 6pm. Works by Mark Cross, Mahiriki Tangaroa, Reuben Paterson, Sylvia Marsters, Tim Buchanan, Loretta Reynolds, Nanette Lela’ulu and others will be on offer.

Senior Auckland Gallerist John Gow will be keynote speaker and special advisor to the auction.

10% of auction proceeds will be donated to the Creative Centre Charity.  The primary focus of the Creative Centre is to develop pre-vocational and vocational skills for adults with disabilities and supporting members to achieve varying levels of independence.  

Bids may be placed in absentee. Please see form in auction catalogue.  Hard copies of the auction catalogue are available at BCA Gallery. Worldwide postage available.

 
Highlights from the LA Art Show...

The LA Art Show wraps up today, see all the  Highlights ....

 
China and Korea weigh in @ LA Art Show

The LA Art Show is increasing its appeal to international galleries, particularly from China
and Korea. MORE...

 
The 19th Annual LA Art Show 15-19 January

 

 

The 19th Annual LA Arts Show gets under way this week at the Los Angeles Convention Centre.
In excess of 50,000 people are expected  to convene upon the show which features galleries from
over 20 countries and 19 U.S. cities.

Lectures and featured topics range from Andy Warhol's decidedly New York-centered hidden treasure
trove of photography, to Latin America's art's evolution and impact, to Amsterdam and the intersection
of technology with the art of Van Gogh, and finally a discussion about the current state of Contemporary
Chinese Art.

Following the show there will be an after party at the Minotti Showroom in West Hollywood. MORE

 
The BCA Auction Catalogue is On-Line!

The first ever BCA Catalogue is live!  More details on auction night soon.
Viewing 12-17th February. Auction 6pm, Monday February 17th @ BCA Gallery.

Pictured: Sylvia Marsters, Tropic, 64x90cm, Acrylic/Oil on Canvas. est 800-1200

 
The BCA Auction catalogue is out this week!

The first ever BCA auction will take place at BCA Gallery, February 17th at 6pm. Featured
artists include Mark Cross, Mahiriki Tangaroa, Tim Buchanan, Reuben Paterson and more.

An on-line catalogue will be posted shortly.
Pictured above: Mark Cross, Surge, Oil on Canvas, 70x55cm. est: 7000 -12,000.

 
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