Live Auction Items 2017

1.png Auction Item 1: Chandelier. Custom chandelier made by Liz Reinagel, business resident at The Foundry

mexico_b2b.jpegAuction Item 2: 7-day Trip to Cancun, Mexico. A 7-day stay for up to four people at Villa del Palmar in Cancun, Mexico with ground transportation from the Airport (Airfare not included). Must be used by May 2018, cannot be redeemed during major holiday weeks such as Christmas/Easter. Special thanks to the McNally Family for the donation!

Wallpartition1.JPGAuction Item 3: Bed backboard or Room divider This item is a combination bed backboard and room divider, designed and created by longtime Foundry supporter, Juliet Root.

adirondackchair.jpegAuction Item 4: Set of Adirondack Chairs Made by Baker Victory Services WAY Program students, learning hands-on skills for pathways to employment. Made out of sustainably harvested tigerwood.

sarah.pngAuction Item 5: Sculpture One of a kind sculpture by local artist and chair of The Foundry board of directors, Sarah Fonzi. Sarah has exhibited in Atlanta, New York City, France, Buenos Aires, and Buffalo. In Buffalo she has completed public art commissions at the downtown headquarters of Delaware North Corporation, The Hub at Swan St and Michigan Ave, Isleview Park, and Five Points Bakery.

Auction Item 6: Build Day at The Foundrybidtobuild_liveauction2.jpg Build at The Foundry with up to 10 people. Select 1 of 3 projects available (bird feeder, metal garden sculpture, laser-engraved cutting board). Day includes either catered breakfast or lunch, hands-on instruction and completion of take-home project, material costs included.

bookcase.JPGAuction Item 7: Mahogany Bookshelf Made by experienced woodworker and woodshop supervisor, Jim Lamp. This piece is a reproduction of a Federal Style Boston 2 Part Mahogany Counting House Bookshelf, valued at $7,000.

sitbuffalochair.jpgAuction Item 8: Upholstered Chair Upholstery by business resident Sarah Campbell of Sit Buffalo.

 blackwalnut_desk.jpgAuction Item 9: Live-edge Desk This desk uses black walnut that was cut down on the west side of Buffalo, processed and dried at The Foundry. Made by Executive Director Megan McNally and board member Russ Reinagel.