Thanks to our generous community, the
auction raised more than Camden on Canvas $55,000 for the . Campaign for the Future
The funds raised will go directly toward securing a resilient future for the library. It will enable the library to strengthen its long-term ability to create young readers, foster lifelong learning, and sustain our historic building and parks – including the beautiful Amphitheatre in which we came together Sunday.
and the Colin Page team; the tremendous cadre of Page Gallery ; artists , and the Ken Gardiner, Edward Jones Investments – Camden at every level; and all those who bid and donated. Your contributions will have a lasting impact. event sponsors
Wonderful volunteers at the information tent let people know about locations where the artists were painting.
It was a special experience to meet the artists and observe them painting en plein air.
Chatting with artist Matthew Russ.
Food, friends, and fun!
A beloved view beautifully captured by Daniel Corey.
Colin Page’s welcome speech to open the auction.
Kaja Veilleux, of Thomaston Place Auction Galleries, auctions “Shirttail Point Park” by Peter Yesis. The painting received the afternoon’s highest bid of $9,500.
An absolutely gorgeous afternoon! Thank you, again, to everyone who contributed to the success of this event!