Meet Antonia Kupiec who flew from Florida to New Jersey for the day to see the Love, Shirley Temple exhibit. Upon entering the gallery she burst out in tears citing the joy Shirley has brought to her life since a young girl. Here she stands in front of her personal favorite, the coat and hat Shirley wore in The Little Princess. We are so happy you came to visit, Antonia! And yes, tears are allowed at any of the exhibits.
Here is my latest piece! A one of a kind crystallized black scorpion. I’m debating on how to sell him, through my shop or auction. What do you guys think? #tylerthrasher #crystallized #crystal #creepy #scorpion #instaart #curio #geode #geology #tulsa #science #art #artist #auction #sculpture #insect
This cute Akita was such a joy to make. Me and Ginger have wanted to do a closed eye suit for awhile and decided a happy faced Akita would be the perfect amount of practice. I’m thrilled with the result and hope he goes to a good home!
This is your chance to win a cool red ukulele signed by the Bob’s Burgers voice cast and benefit a great cause–Bridges Academy, one of the nation’s few schools that educate “2e” (Twice Exceptional) students.
The iconic instrument and musical symbol of Bob’s Burgers is signed by H. Jon Benjamin (“Bob”), Kristen Schaal (“Louise”), Eugene Mirman (“Gene”), Dan Mintz (“Tina”), John Roberts (“Linda”), Larry Murphy (“Teddy”) and Sam Seder (“Hugo”).
Click the link to bid on this one-of-a-kind collector’s item. Proceeds from the winning bid will benefit Bridges Academy, a 5-12 school for gifted children with learning challenges located in Studio City, California.
Heyo! I’m doing a little auction to get these cuties to a good home! Bunnies are in blue orbs and Jackalopes are in pink orbs! The auction ends May 1st at 6 PM CST. When a winner has been decided and contacted they will have 48 hours to pay or else the second highest bidder will win! Pay with Paypal only and with USD only! Thank you very much!
10. Eric Clapton “Brownie” Stratocaster, or the “Layla” guitar. Sold for $450,000
9. Eric Clapton’s Gold Leaf Stratocaster built by Fender Custom Shop master builder Mark Kendrick, supposedly because Clapton wanted a guitar that he could “hang in a museum”. Sold for $455,000
8. Gibson SG used by both George Harrison and John Lennon, in use from 1966 to 1969, this guitar is featured on Revolver and the White album. Sold for $570,000
7. Stevie Ray Vaughan’s “Lenny” Stratocaster (named after his wife who bought him the guitar for his birthday in 1980). After Stevie’s tragic and fatal accident, the guitar was donated for auction by Vaughan’s brother, Jimmy. The guitar was eventually sold to Guitar Center for $623,500
6. Eric Clapton’s 1939 CF Martin used in his MTV Unplugged performance. The guitar was auctioned off with proceeds going to his Crossroads Rehabilitation Center. Sold for $791,500
5. Eric Clapton’s 1964 Gibson ES-335 used during his time in the Yardbirds, Blind Faith, John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers, and Cream. Sold for $847,500
4. Eric Clapton’s “Blackie” Stratocaster, auctioned off with proceeds going to his Crossroads Rehabilitation Center. Sold for $959,000
3. Bob Marley Washburn, one of Bob Marley’s few guitars, it was given to his guitar tech, Gary Carlsen. It is considered by the Jamaican Government to be a national treasure. Valued at an estimated $1.2 million
2. Jimi Hendrix’s 1968 Fender Stratocaster, played by the man himself at Woodstock. Paul Allen bought this guitar to display in Jimi’s hometown of Seattle in the Experience Music Project. Sold for $2 million
1. Reach Out to Asia Stratocaster, to raise money for the fierce destruction caused by the 2004 tsunami, affecting a number of nations in the Indian Ocean such as Sri Lanka, the Maldives, and Thailand. The guitar was signed by a number of legendary musicians, including Eric Clapton, Keith Richards, Mick Jagger, Brian May, Ronnie Wood, Jimmy Page, David Gilmour, Mark Knopfler, Jeff Beck, Tony Iommi, Pete Townshend, Sting, Angus Young, Richie Blackmore, Malcolm Young, members of Def Leppard, Liam Gallagher, Bryan Adams, and Paul McCartney. Sold for $2.7 million