November 25, 2009

Under the Hammer, Virtually!


Exciting news! My image 'Dew' from the Archimedes' Field series is going up for auction with 140 Hours of Fame. 140 Hours is the first online art auction to use Twitter and is described as "re-inventing the art auction business and making it ready for the 21st century". It is held by the New York based Galerie Saint George. Their first auction held in early November was a great success and I'm excited to be a part of the second.

"140 Hours:24" goes live this Friday 27th November from 12noon EST until 12noon Saturday 28th November. So 24 hours only! The starting bid for Dew is $300US, so this is a great opportunity to get your hands on one of the Archimedes' Field images.

The image for auction is numbered no. 7 of 10 and is 70cm x70cm (27.55x27.55inches). There are only seven remaining of this image. Last year 'Dew' was a finalist in the Clayton Utz Launch Scholarship and was recently exhibited at the Queensland Centre for Photography.

As part of a larger series examining impermanence and the cyclical nature of life Dew is the image that represents hope for the future.

The auction listing for Dew can be found here.

To find out about the bidding process click here or visit the auction home page here.

UPDATE: 'Dew' no. 7 of 10 sold for $300US to a collector in the US.

4 comments:

Emily said...

Congratulations!

Ebriel said...

I like how you've talked about your image: how many there are, where the idea came from.

Keep up the great work!

josephine said...

i will never get sick of that series - it is so beautiful! if only i had money, i'd be on it :)congratulations, that is really exciting!

ps - you had a spider in your phone! eeeeeww! i think i'd be too scared to use it :)

Kat said...

wow these are so beeeautiful! i heart balloons