"Eye of the Peacock", a woodturned art piece, by Utah artist Eldon DeHaan
Minimum bid: $175
This boxed set from Hugo Coffee includes:
Minimum bid: $50
Set of 4 tumblers made from reclaimed bottles donated by Susan Schulman
Minimum bid: $15
Original watercolor by Utah artist Frank Ray Huff. This piece is titled "Great Salt Lake from Bountiful Bench", and measures 18" x 24"
Minimum bid: $400
Unique sculpture by Utah artist Kenneth Lund. This piece, titled "Torso", measures approximately 28 inches tall and 14 inches wide, and includes a wire for hanging. Donated by the artist.
Minimum bid: $500
Oil, Encaustic on canvas, 18" x 24" by Theodore Waddell (2005). This piece is titled "Cottonwood Fall #3", and is a vivid example of Waddell's unique tactile style.
Donated by Theodore Waddell
Minimum bid: $6,600
1940 watercolor by Utah artist Joseph A.F. Everett (1884-1945). This piece measures 23" x 30".
Minimum bid: $675
Original watercolor by Utah artist Theodore M. Wassmer (1910-2006). This piece is titled "Three Figures", and measures 16" x 18".
Minimum bid: $550
An impressive indoor tree and decorative pot will be generously donated by Cactus and Tropicals and delivered fresh on the day of the event. Please note the pot and plant will differ from that pictured here.
One of two "Aspen" paintings by former Moran nursing supervisor Laurel Kay.
Minimum bid: $35
No person with a blinding condition, eye disease, or visual impairment should be without hope, understanding, and treatment.
There are 39 million blind individuals worldwide and 285 million with some form of visual impairment; 90 percent of them live in poverty in the developing world. A blind adult will only live two-thirds as long as sighted peers.
Four out of every five blind people could be cured at any modern eye clinic, but most lack access to care--sometime due to expense, but often because there are not enough doctors.
The John A. Moran Eye Center
65 Mario Capecchi Drive,
Salt Lake City, UT 84132