‘Stallion, Seagull & Sea’ by Kaitlin Bauer - Bartlett Auctions Inc.
‘Stallion, Seagull & Sea’ by Kaitlin Bauer
Lot Number:3
Start Time:10/16/2023 1:30:00 PM
End Time:12/3/2023 11:31:00 PM
Bid Count:3
High Bidder:657
Opening Bid (CDN):$50.00
Bid Increment:$5.00
Current Bid:$60.00
Bidding complete
Artist Name:Kaitlin Bauer
Dynamic Title:‘Stallion, Seagull & Sea’
Medium:Graphite on Paper
Width (inches):18
Height (inches):14
Year Created:2023

14x18 inch Black & White graphite drawing referencing photograph “Stallion, Seagull & Sea” by Sandy Sharkey

Kaitlin Bauer is a maritime based artist and illustrator working in Nova Scotia. More about Kaitlin and her work can be found at https://kaitlinbauer.com/about-3.

Sandy Sharkey is a morning show radio announcer and wild horse photographer. More about Sandy and her work can be found at https://www.sandysharkey.com/about

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Halifax, Nova Scotia

The Friends of Sable Island Society is a charitable organization whose mission is the long-term preservation of Sable Island, Nova Scotia, Canada. We implement education programs including an annual scholarship, support and promote research mainly through the bi-annual Sable Island Conference, and collect and preserve Sable Island’s rich history. We create a community of support by attracting members, and forming partnerships with compatible organizations to promote and protect Sable Island. And we advocate for the island primarily as a champion for the Sable Island National Park Reserve to facilitate its success. 

The proceeds from this auction will be used to finish the development of a set of related and downloadable lesson plans to teach school children about the historical, environmental and scientific significance of Sable Island. These plans will form teaching units responding to outcomes in the Nova Scotia education curriculum. Educators outside Nova Scotia and around the world would also be welcome to download them for free.
To learn more about the Friends of Sable Island and our work, please visit our website, https://www.sableislandfriends.ca/