Monday, November 15, 2010

I'm auctioning off an oil painting of Skeletor

Melanie was so kind as to paint a portrait of our dear friend Skelly. In the painting, Skeletor is enjoying one of his favorite passtimes... laying in the grass!

I told Mel that if she gave the painting to me, that I couldn't bare to sell it. So, she gave it to Skeletor, who then authorized me to Auction it off for him. :)

So without further ado... The painting!


This 5x7 oil painting is on canvas. I'm going to start the bidding at $20.

All proceeds will go towards Skeletor's heartworm treatment. I think his first injection is in 2 or 3 weeks. The auction will end at 12 noon EST on Tuesday, November 23rd.

If the winning bid is over $150, I'm going to throw in a Skelly Threads t-shirt. I have large and XL available. Just let me know which size you prefer.

How to place a bid...

Unless I get a better idea, just fill out the form on the right side of this page to place a bid. It will send me an email and I'll update the current bid amount.

Other important information...

Payment Methods Accepted: Paypal (preferred) or Money Order.
Shipping cost: $8 for ground shipping in continental USA. For international shipping, please ask when placing your bid.
Winning the auction: I'll send an email to the winning bidder and wait for a response. If I don't hear anything back by Monday, November 29th, I'll contact the second place bidder. 

6 comments:

  1. Oh wow!! That's a fab painting of lovely Skelly!!! Yay!! Go Skelly!! Happy bidding folks! Take care
    x

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  2. Oh my, that is a great painting of Skelly! Good luck with the bidding!
    Lotsa Licks
    Casper Bear

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  3. Aaaaw, look at Skelly. Just as priceless as the Mona Lisa :)

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  4. Hooray!
    We've received 2 bids so far and we're up to $40 :)

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  5. Good luck, hope it brings in lots of $$$$!

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  6. Nice Blog! Well most of your content and image is original and informative. /many thanks for sharing this, cheers.
    oil Painting

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