With the spring auction season behind us, our sights are set on finding new treasures to add to your collections or depending on your circumstances, help you divest your art while achieving the best possible results.
Our spring auction demonstrated once again the benefits of working with Waddington’s as we offered a wide selection of artwork from across the Canadian Arctic and Greenland. We recruited new buyers by coordinating our preview times with the Fine Canadian Art auction as we did with our Contemporary Decorative Arts auction last fall. We set record prices for artists and categories of work. Our auction attendance amounted to a full room of active bidders, along with our stable of pro phone and absentee bidders we noticed an increasing number of online bidders as well.
We have had such great feedback after the sale and I’d like to personally thank the consigners I worked with last season who made the auction possible, along with the passionate collectors who keep coming back in support of Inuit art each season.
In case you missed the outcome of our spring auction, I’ve listed your favourite pieces along with their results from the auction in this blog.
We are now accepting consignments for the upcoming fall auction. Be a part of the tradition that is Inuit art at Waddington’s by contacting me to book your appointment or for more information start by sending images directly to me at [email protected]
We hope you’ll mark your calendars for November 17th. We look forward to doing it all again with you in the fall.