2018 RAS Art Ballot/AuctionExhibition Fundraiser

 

Art lovers, collector and friends of the RAS eagerly await this exhibition each year – an exciting day – be part of it and take home a fine Australian painting.

This year’s Royal Art Society Ballot Exhibition Draw is set for Sunday 5th August, 2017 so get in early and purchase your tickets


How does it work?   
Artists of the Society donate the paintings.  The paintings are hung on the walls and a catalogue is produced.
Tickets are sold at $385 each.


Ticket holders come to the gallery during the viewing times and list their favourite paintings.  On Sunday 6th August at 12 noon we draw the tickets one by one until all tickets are drawn. When your ticket number is drawn out you say which painting you would like to have and the painting is taken off the wall and given to you.  Every person purchasing a ticket will choose a painting.   ***There are always more paintings on walls than tickets sold so that everyone has a choice of paintings.

Viewing Times:
Monday to Friday 10am to 4pm
Saturday and Sunday 11am to 4pm
First viewing Saturday 7th July 2018 and last viewing Sunday 4th August.

NO VIEWING SUNDAY 5TH AUGUST
DOORS OPEN AT 11.30AM FOR SEATING ONLY
DRAW WILL COMMENCE AT 12 NOON SHARP

Sunday Draw- everyone is seated – an air of excitement and anticipation as we approach 12 noon when the first ticket will be drawn –light refreshments served and our colorful lolly jar does the rounds a few times.  Come and be part of the fun.  There is a lucky door prize and three random prizes drawn on the day.

For any information at all regarding the Ballot please speak to the co-coordinator, Christine Feher on 9955-5752-or email to lavender@royalart.com.au

A ballot ticket is an ideal birthday, engagement, wedding or for that special person who has everything.

 

 
Sunday Visitors by David Beschi FRAS

Sunday Visitors by David Beschi FRAS

Venturing Eastwards by Karen Atkins FRAS

Venturing Eastwards by Karen Atkins FRAS

Oh, so many trees by Karen Atkins FRAS

Oh, so many trees by Karen Atkins FRAS