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  • Quest for the West artist Joseph McGurl

    by Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art | Aug 20, 2015

    Scenes from the old West will come to life in paintings and sculptures that will fill the galleries of the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art, with the opening of the 10th annual Quest for the West® Art Show and Sale, Friday, Sept. 11, 2015. In one gallery, the only gallery like it in the state of Indiana, visitors can see and be the first to bid on millions of dollars in artwork from 50 coveted Western artists.  Meet Quest for the West Artist Joseph McGurl.

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    Joseph McGurl
    Born 1958, in Boston, Massachusetts; lives in Cataumet, Massachusetts

    JOSEPH MCGURL is an acknowledged leader in the current American landscape school. He studied with his father, muralist James McGurl, who exposed him to a wide variety of materials and taught him an appreciation of the craft of painting. He studied with Ralph Rosenthal, at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, graduated from Massachusetts College of Art, and studied in England and Italy. To focus on drawing, he sought out and studied figure drawing under Robert Cormier, a devotee of the French Academy methods.

    McGurl's paintings have been included in many museum exhibitions. He had retrospective solo shows at the Cape Cod Museum of Art, The Cahoon Museum of American Art, the Saint Botolph Club of Boston, and at the Arnot Art Museum in Elmira, NY. At the Rockwell Museum of Western Art, Corning, NY, he was included in the exhibit, Re-presenting Representation West, 2002. At the Haggin Museum, Stockton, CA, his work was included in Contemporary Artists Paint Yosemite and the Eastern Sierra, 2001.

    For McGurl, the process, rather than the product, is the most important part of a painting. For this reason, his studio paintings are developed from sketches painted on location. This gives him the freedom to create paintings based on his imagination, memory, and his sketches. Although the objects depicted in the paintings are elements of the landscape and have a deep personal meaning to him, an equally important subject is an exploration of light, form, space, and color interpreted through paint.

    Notable Awards and Achievements:
    2013    Art Renewal Center International Salon, First Place Landscape category Guild of Boston Artists, Gold Medallion
    The John Singleton Copley Award for Artistic Achievement

    Select Publications:
    2013    Art of the National Parks: Historic Connections, Contemporary Interpretations by Susan Hallsten McGarry, Jean Stern, Terry Lawson Dunn

    Gallery Representation:
    Collins Galleries, Orleans, Massachusetts
    Helena Fox Fine Art, Charleston, South Carolina
    John Pence Gallery, San Francisco, California
    Palm Avenue Fine Art, Sarasota, Florida
    Tree’s Place Gallery, Orleans, Massachusetts
    www.josephmcgurl.com

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    Revolver, Ouray, Colorado
    2015, Oil on canvas, 18 x 24 inches

    I painted many plein air studies of this classic western town over a period of several days and was intrigued by the changing light in the valley as it corresponded to the revolving earth. The painting’s smoothly rendered sky contrasting with the textured land forms relate to the respective ethereal and solidly rugged qualities of those elements.  As well as relating to the revolving earth, “Revolver” can also refer to the classic firearm of the American West. 

    WANT TO REGISTER FOR QUEST OPENING WEEKEND (SEPT. 11- 13)?

    Celebrate the best of the West and meet 50 of the nation's top Western-theme artists during the 10th anniversary opening weekend festivities for the Quest for the West® Art Show and Sale, Friday, Sept. 11 through Sunday, Sept. 13, 2015 at the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art in downtown Indianapolis, IN.

    Only registered guests may participate in opening weekend activities. Register now to join in the fun, make new friends, socialize with artists and seasoned and fledging art collectors, enjoy fine food and purchase art for your new or established art collection. For your convenience, four Marriott Place hotels are located directly across the street from the museum.

    Register to participate in opening weekend festivities by purchasing a weekend individual or couples package.  If you are unable to attend but wish to buy art, you may purchase an absentee buyer registration to participate in the sale. Absentee buyers must submit purchase instructions and a credit card number to the Eiteljorg Museum by Thursday, September 3, 2015.  Please check the Absentee Buyer box.

    •  WEEKEND INDIVIDUAL PACKAGE:
      $250 Member; $300 Non-member
    Package includes one Quest catalog and one bid book per registrant, plus participation for one in all Quest events.

    •  WEEKEND COUPLE PACKAGE:
    $450 Member; $500 Non-member
    Package includes one Quest catalog and one bid book per couple, plus participation for two in all Quest events.

    •  ABSENTEE BUYER OR PURCHASE OF ADDITIONAL BID BOOKS: $150/bid book
    Are you unable to attend the sale, but interested in purchasing art? Absentee buyers may participate in the sale by purchasing a bid book and catalog for $150. Additional bid books are available for $150 each. Limit three bid books per registrant. Absentee Buyer Instructions (Click to download)

    TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR SALE (Click to download)

    For registration-related questions, or for credit card registration by phone, please contact Kay Hinds at (317) 275-1341 or e-mail khinds@eiteljorg.com. Your Quest catalog and bid books will be distributed when you check in at the registration desk on opening weekend.

     

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  • Quest for the West artist Curt Mattson

    by Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art | Aug 20, 2015

    Scenes from the old West will come to life in paintings and sculptures that will fill the galleries of the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art, with the opening of the 10th annual Quest for the West® Art Show and Sale, Friday, Sept. 11, 2015. In one gallery, the only gallery like it in the state of Indiana, visitors can see and be the first to bid on millions of dollars in artwork from 50 coveted Western artists.  Meet Quest for the West Artist Curt Mattson.

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    Curt Mattson
    Born 1956, in Fullerton, California; lives in Cave Creek, Arizona

    “WHAT I DESIRE for the art I create,” says Curt Mattson, “is a piece that is compelling and artistically challenging, that will grab viewers’ attention and not let them go.” Mattson succeeds, due in part to a lifetime of involvement with one of his favorite subjects—horses—especially Western cowboys’ mounts.

    Born in California, Mattson comes from a long line of horsemen. His family trained and showed horses, and he worked on ranches stretching from California to Alberta, Canada, a thorough education in all things related to horses. His grandfather made saddles and riding gear; he taught his grandson the craft and encouraged him to create sculpture “in order to tell stories of the buckaroo.” In 1988, Mattson acted on his grandfather’s advice, turning to sculpture as a full time occupation. His decision has been rewarding. Artistically successful, he feels honored to share the work he loves with others.

     

    Notable Awards and Achievements:

    2012    American Artists Professional League, George Gach Memorial Award
    2011    National Western Art Exhibition and Sale, Gold Medal Sculpture (also 2010, 2009, 2007)
    2009    National Western Art Exhibition and Sale, Best of Show (also 2007)
    2008    American Artists Professional League, Leonard J. Meiselman Memorial Award for Traditional Sculpture (also 2006)
    2008    Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art, Quest for the West, Cyrus Dallin Award for Best Sculpture
    2007    American Artists Professional League, Frank C. Wright, Jr. Gold Medal of Honor
    2007    National Western Art Exhibition and Sale, Festival Choice Purchase Award
    2006    Phippen Museum Western Art Show, Cowboy Artists of America Founders’ Award            (in honor of the founders of Cowboy Artists of America)
    2005    Phippen Museum Fine Art Show, Phippen Family Award, Best of Show, First Place Sculpture

    Memberships:
    The Allied Artists of America, Inc.  ~ Elected Member
    The American Artists Professional League ~ Fellow
    The National Sculpture Society ~ Elected Professional Member

    Gallery Representation:
    The Biltmore Gallery, Scottsdale, Arizona
    The Hayden Hays Gallery at the Broadmoor, Colorado Springs, Colorado
    www.curtmattson.com

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    A Cut Above
    2014, bronze, edition of 9, 8 ½ x 7 x 5 ¼ inches

    The story comes from the book Boss Cowman by Ed Lemmon, which takes place in Nebraska in 1877. The rider is Tom Lawrence and the horse is Blue. Tom had trained Blue to recognize his Bar L brand. When Bar L cattle were in the roundup pool, Lawrence would bet Blue could be ridden into the herd and, with only a neck rope, would cut out only his cattle. Lemmon said Blue would crane his neck to look at the left side of every cow to see if it carried the Bar L brand. He has not only done well in training his horse, he has won the bet!

     

    WANT TO REGISTER FOR QUEST OPENING WEEKEND (SEPT. 11- 13)?

    Celebrate the best of the West and meet 50 of the nation's top Western-theme artists during the 10th anniversary opening weekend festivities for the Quest for the West® Art Show and Sale, Friday, Sept. 11 through Sunday, Sept. 13, 2015 at the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art in downtown Indianapolis, IN.

    Only registered guests may participate in opening weekend activities. Register now to join in the fun, make new friends, socialize with artists and seasoned and fledging art collectors, enjoy fine food and purchase art for your new or established art collection. For your convenience, four Marriott Place hotels are located directly across the street from the museum.

    Register to participate in opening weekend festivities by purchasing a weekend individual or couples package.  If you are unable to attend but wish to buy art, you may purchase an absentee buyer registration to participate in the sale. Absentee buyers must submit purchase instructions and a credit card number to the Eiteljorg Museum by Thursday, September 3, 2015.  Please check the Absentee Buyer box.

    •  WEEKEND INDIVIDUAL PACKAGE:
      $250 Member; $300 Non-member
    Package includes one Quest catalog and one bid book per registrant, plus participation for one in all Quest events.

    •  WEEKEND COUPLE PACKAGE:
    $450 Member; $500 Non-member
    Package includes one Quest catalog and one bid book per couple, plus participation for two in all Quest events.

    •  ABSENTEE BUYER OR PURCHASE OF ADDITIONAL BID BOOKS: $150/bid book
    Are you unable to attend the sale, but interested in purchasing art? Absentee buyers may participate in the sale by purchasing a bid book and catalog for $150. Additional bid books are available for $150 each. Limit three bid books per registrant. Absentee Buyer Instructions (Click to download)

    TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR SALE (Click to download)

    For registration-related questions, or for credit card registration by phone, please contact Kay Hinds at (317) 275-1341 or e-mail khinds@eiteljorg.com. Your Quest catalog and bid books will be distributed when you check in at the registration desk on opening weekend.

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  • Quest for the West artist Terry Isaac

    by Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art | Aug 20, 2015

    Scenes from the old West will come to life in paintings and sculptures that will fill the galleries of the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art, with the opening of the 10th annual Quest for the West® Art Show and Sale, Friday, Sept. 11, 2015. In one gallery, the only gallery like it in the state of Indiana, visitors can see and be the first to bid on millions of dollars in artwork from 50 coveted Western artists.  Meet Quest for the West Artist Terry Isaac.
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    Terry Isaac
    Born 1958, in Salem, Oregon; lives in Penticton, British Columbia, Canada

                INTERNATIONALLY ACCLAIMED wildlife artist Terry Isaac grew up in the Willamette Valley of Oregon and it is there that he began his love affair with nature.  Drawing inspiration from his own backyard and from the captivating vistas of the West, he began to create dramatic wildlife art. 

    After gaining a degree in art education, Terry was a teacher until a chance meeting with legendary wildlife artist Robert Bateman in the 1980s helped launch his professional career.  Since then he has strived to capture “magical moments in nature” that appear with the right lighting, color, and atmospheric conditions.  He is inspired by large dramatic panoramas as well as close-up views of animal behavior.  Although there is plenty to paint around his new home base in British Columbia, he travels widely to seek out those transitory moments.

    Notable Awards and Achievements:
    2013
        Ducks Unlimited Canada, National Art Portfolio
    2012    Ducks Unlimited Canada, National Art Portfolio
    2011    Ducks Unlimited Canada, National Art Portfolio
    2008    St. George Art Museum, Century of Sanctuary Show, Jurors Award
    1998    Pacific Rim Wildlife Art Show, Artist of the Year
    1991    New York Duck Stamp, Winning Artist

    Memberships:
    Society of Animal Artists
    Western Artists of America
    Artists For Conservation

    Publications:
    2004
        Wild about Babies, Harvest House Publishers
    1998    Terry Isaac: Painting the Drama of Wildlife Step by Step, North Light Books
    1998    Painting Birds Step by Step, North Light Books
    1997    The Best of Wildlife Art, North Light Books

    Gallery Representation:
    Big Horn Galleries, Cody, Wyoming
    Legacy Gallery, Jackson Hole, Wyoming
    Lovetts Gallery, Tulsa, Oklahoma

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    Storyteller
    2015, acrylic, 48 x 18 inches

    One of the things I enjoy about living in British Columbia is seeing First Nations artworks. I am particularly fond of totem poles. I saw this one in a small village called Klemtu, located in the Great Bear Rainforest on the coast of B.C. Ravens have a lot of significance in myths and legends of First Nations people. I thought it appropriate to place him on the top, calling out as if he were telling his story.

    WANT TO REGISTER FOR QUEST OPENING WEEKEND (SEPT. 11- 13)?

    Celebrate the best of the West and meet 50 of the nation's top Western-theme artists during the 10th anniversary opening weekend festivities for the Quest for the West® Art Show and Sale, Friday, Sept. 11 through Sunday, Sept. 13, 2015 at the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art in downtown Indianapolis, IN.

    Only registered guests may participate in opening weekend activities. Register now to join in the fun, make new friends, socialize with artists and seasoned and fledging art collectors, enjoy fine food and purchase art for your new or established art collection. For your convenience, four Marriott Place hotels are located directly across the street from the museum.

    Register to participate in opening weekend festivities by purchasing a weekend individual or couples package.  If you are unable to attend but wish to buy art, you may purchase an absentee buyer registration to participate in the sale. Absentee buyers must submit purchase instructions and a credit card number to the Eiteljorg Museum by Thursday, September 3, 2015.  Please check the Absentee Buyer box.

    •  WEEKEND INDIVIDUAL PACKAGE:
      $250 Member; $300 Non-member
    Package includes one Quest catalog and one bid book per registrant, plus participation for one in all Quest events.

    •  WEEKEND COUPLE PACKAGE:
    $450 Member; $500 Non-member
    Package includes one Quest catalog and one bid book per couple, plus participation for two in all Quest events.

    •  ABSENTEE BUYER OR PURCHASE OF ADDITIONAL BID BOOKS: $150/bid book
    Are you unable to attend the sale, but interested in purchasing art? Absentee buyers may participate in the sale by purchasing a bid book and catalog for $150. Additional bid books are available for $150 each. Limit three bid books per registrant. Absentee Buyer Instructions (Click to download)

    TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR SALE (Click to download)

    For registration-related questions, or for credit card registration by phone, please contact Kay Hinds at (317) 275-1341 or e-mail khinds@eiteljorg.com. Your Quest catalog and bid books will be distributed when you check in at the registration desk on opening weekend.

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  • Quest for the West artist Francois Koch

    by Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art | Aug 19, 2015

    Scenes from the old West will come to life in paintings and sculptures that will fill the galleries of the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art, with the opening of the 10th annual Quest for the West® Art Show and Sale, Friday, Sept. 11, 2015. In one gallery, the only gallery like it in the state of Indiana, visitors can see and be the first to bid on millions of dollars in artwork from 50 coveted Western artists.  Meet Quest for the West Artist Francois Koch.
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    Francois Koch
    Born 1944, in Johannesburg, South Africa; lives in Georgetown, Texas

    FOLLOWING A SUCCESSFUL career as an illustrator in advertising and publishing, at the age of twenty-six South African born, Francois Koch decided to pursue his boyhood passion to become a fine art painter, painting the African landscape and wildlife which he loved. His paintings are included in South African embassies around the world, as well as in the presidential residence and many major corporations and banks in South Africa.

    In 1996, when his paintings started to sell internationally, he decided to explore the art scene in America painting the western landscape. After a sold-out one-man show at Settlers West Gallery, Tucson in 2000, Koch decided to immigrate to America. In 2008, he and his wife, Cilicie, became proud American citizens.

    Further success with one-man and two-man shows followed and established him as one of the premier American West landscape painters. His work is included in major museum shows at The Autry National Center, CA; The National Wildlife Museum, WY; National Cowboy Museum, OK; and the Eiteljorg Museum, IN. His paintings are in the collections of the National Wildlife Museum in Jackson Hole, WY, and the Booth Museum in Cartersville, GA.

    His landscapes are imbued with deep emotion and expression, virtually drawing viewers into the picture.

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    Rust in Peace
    2015, oil on linen, 16 x 24 inches

    As a landscape painter I look at what makes a “simple” scene interesting. This old rusted GMC truck in the snow is just what this scene needed to become “interesting” and a great focal point.

    Notable awards and achievements:
    2007    Friends of Western Art, Tucson, Arizona, Artist of the Year

    Publications:
    2010    Western Art Collector
    2010    Southwest Art
    2009    Art of the West
    2007    Western Art Collector
    2006    PBS Featured artist: Arizona Illustrated
    2002    Art of the West

    Gallery representation:
    Settlers West Gallery, Tucson, Arizona
    Trailside Gallery, Jackson Hole, Wyoming
    www.francoiskochart.com

    WANT TO REGISTER FOR QUEST OPENING WEEKEND (SEPT. 11- 13)?
     
    Celebrate the best of the West and meet 50 of the nation's top Western-theme artists during the 10th anniversary opening weekend festivities for the Quest for the West® Art Show and Sale, Friday, Sept. 11 through Sunday, Sept. 13, 2015 at the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art in downtown Indianapolis, IN.

    Only registered guests may participate in opening weekend activities. Register now to join in the fun, make new friends, socialize with artists and seasoned and fledging art collectors, enjoy fine food and purchase art for your new or established art collection. For your convenience, four Marriott Place hotels are located directly across the street from the museum.

    Register to participate in opening weekend festivities by purchasing a weekend individual or couples package.  If you are unable to attend but wish to buy art, you may purchase an absentee buyer registration to participate in the sale. Absentee buyers must submit purchase instructions and a credit card number to the Eiteljorg Museum by Thursday, September 3, 2015.  Please check the Absentee Buyer box.

    •  WEEKEND INDIVIDUAL PACKAGE:
      $250 Member; $300 Non-member
    Package includes one Quest catalog and one bid book per registrant, plus participation for one in all Quest events.

    •  WEEKEND COUPLE PACKAGE:
    $450 Member; $500 Non-member
    Package includes one Quest catalog and one bid book per couple, plus participation for two in all Quest events.

    •  ABSENTEE BUYER OR PURCHASE OF ADDITIONAL BID BOOKS: $150/bid book
    Are you unable to attend the sale, but interested in purchasing art? Absentee buyers may participate in the sale by purchasing a bid book and catalog for $150. Additional bid books are available for $150 each. Limit three bid books per registrant. Absentee Buyer Instructions (Click to download)

    TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR SALE (Click to download)

    For registration-related questions, or for credit card registration by phone, please contact Kay Hinds at (317) 275-1341 or e-mail khinds@eiteljorg.com. Your Quest catalog and bid books will be distributed when you check in at the registration desk on opening weekend.

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  • Quest for the West artist Greg Kelsey

    by Eiteljorg Museum of American Indian and Western Art | Aug 19, 2015

    Scenes from the old West will come to life in paintings and sculptures that will fill the galleries of the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art, with the opening of the 10th annual Quest for the West® Art Show and Sale, Friday, Sept. 11, 2015. In one gallery, the only gallery like it in the state of Indiana, visitors can see and be the first to bid on millions of dollars in artwork from 50 coveted Western artists.  Meet Quest for the West Artist Greg Kelsey.

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    Greg Kelsey
    Born 1971, in Pauls Valley, Oklahoma; lives in Ignacio, Colorado

    AN HONEST LOOK at Greg Kelsey’s sculpture reveals his intensity for both form and subject. No matter the subject, it is his belief that form is the most significant thing about a sculpture. Kelsey states, “It is a powerful combination when form and subject are both meaningful.”

    As a self-taught artist, Kelsey is a consummate student of the behavior of light on surface. He feels the mastery of different textures gives a piece life and aids the viewer in noticing what is supposed to be noticed. The form has to own its own space and command attention, whereas the detail should draw the focus of the eye while stressing power, gesture, or movement.  

    Kelsey feels his subjects have already told a story through mood, texture, and line that he, as the artist, must recognize, acknowledge, and retell.Kelsey_Sundance_and_the_Wild_Bunch_Hit_the_Union_Pacific

    Sundance and the Wild Bunch Hit the Union Pacific
    2015, bronze, edition of 25, 15 x 14 x 24 1/2 inches

    I live in one of the old stomping grounds of the Wild Bunch.  Unsigned bank notes from the Wilcox holdup appeared in Monticello, Utah and in Durango, Mancos and Cortez, Colorado. Scenes from the Hollywood movie, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, depicting this infamous holdup, were filmed around here.  This historical tale resonated with me, it is a dynamic story that was perfect material for a sculpture.

    Notable Awards and Achievements:
    2014    Inducted as an inaugural member of the Russell Skull Society of Artists
    2012    Briscoe Museum, Night of Artists, Committee’s Choice Award
    2011    Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art, Quest for the West, Harrison Eiteljorg Purchase Prize
    2010    Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art, Quest for the West, Cyrus Dallin Award for Best Sculpture
    2010    Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art, Quest for the West, Patrons’ Choice Award
    2010    Created sculpture for Charlie Russell Heritage Award for the C.M. Russell Museum
    2009    Elected as Sculptor Member of National Sculpture Society
    2009    Phippen Fine Art Show, First Place Sculpture
    2008    Bosque Art Classic, Gold Medal Sculpture & Jones Purchase Awards
    2007    C. M. Russell Art Show & Auction, People’s Choice—Sculpture Award
    2003    Night of the Artists, San Antonio, Texas, Best Sculpture Award
    2001    C. M. Russell Art Show & Auction, Artists’ Choice Award

    Gallery Representation:
    Coeur d’Alene Galleries, Coeur d’Alene, Idaho
    Legacy Gallery, Jackson, Wyoming and Scottsdale, Arizona
    Settlers West Gallery, Tucson, Arizona
    Sorrel Sky Gallery, Durango, Colorado
    www.gregkelsey.com

    WANT TO REGISTER FOR QUEST OPENING WEEKEND (SEPT. 11- 13)?

    Celebrate the best of the West and meet 50 of the nation's top Western-theme artists during the 10th anniversary opening weekend festivities for the Quest for the West® Art Show and Sale, Friday, Sept. 11 through Sunday, Sept. 13, 2015 at the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art in downtown Indianapolis, IN.

    Only registered guests may participate in opening weekend activities. Register now to join in the fun, make new friends, socialize with artists and seasoned and fledging art collectors, enjoy fine food and purchase art for your new or established art collection. For your convenience, four Marriott Place hotels are located directly across the street from the museum.

    Register to participate in opening weekend festivities by purchasing a weekend individual or couples package.  If you are unable to attend but wish to buy art, you may purchase an absentee buyer registration to participate in the sale. Absentee buyers must submit purchase instructions and a credit card number to the Eiteljorg Museum by Thursday, September 3, 2015.  Please check the Absentee Buyer box.

    •  WEEKEND INDIVIDUAL PACKAGE:
      $250 Member; $300 Non-member
    Package includes one Quest catalog and one bid book per registrant, plus participation for one in all Quest events.

    •  WEEKEND COUPLE PACKAGE:
    $450 Member; $500 Non-member
    Package includes one Quest catalog and one bid book per couple, plus participation for two in all Quest events.

    •  ABSENTEE BUYER OR PURCHASE OF ADDITIONAL BID BOOKS: $150/bid book
    Are you unable to attend the sale, but interested in purchasing art? Absentee buyers may participate in the sale by purchasing a bid book and catalog for $150. Additional bid books are available for $150 each. Limit three bid books per registrant. Absentee Buyer Instructions (Click to download)

    TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR SALE (Click to download)

    For registration-related questions, or for credit card registration by phone, please contact Kay Hinds at (317) 275-1341 or e-mail khinds@eiteljorg.com. Your Quest catalog and bid books will be distributed when you check in at the registration desk on opening weekend.

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