In Brief

THE AUCTION HAS CLOSED! THANK YOU TO EVERYBODY WHO PARTICIPATED!!!
PLEASE FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS FOR MAKING WINNING BIDDER PAYMENTS OR TO SHOW SUPPORT SIMPLY BY DONATING ANY NOMINATED AMOUNT...

To process a payment or donation simply click on the 'SPONSOR ME' button, found in the right hand column just below the thumbnails of all the auction pieces, to be taken to the official Red Cross donations webpage created specifically for the Lucky Charm Fundraiser.

This is a secure online payment method devised by the Red Cross to process and track fundraising donations.

At the Red Cross Donation page, click on the DONATE NOW button to fill out a payment form, placing your winning bid amount in the box provided.
VISA, AMEX, MASTERCARD and BPAY are all accepted forms of payment.

As a winning bidder making a payment: you must include the name you have used to place your bid, the title of the work you are paying for and the amount being paid. Please allow all this information to remain visible as this assists in processing the payments and helps us to send you your winning pieces off to you asap. Please also tick the box that says 'Make your name and email available to the fundraiser', (which is only me, Natalia, it wont be made public), as this will help me keep track of all payments made and allow me to follow up any possible glitches with ease.

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Please also make sure that you have been in touch with me regarding your desired postal address for the artist to send the work your way. This can be done via the lucky charm email luckycharmfundraiser@gmail.com

If you have not been a successful bidder but would still like to make a donation, simply follow the same prompts given above and contribute any size donation you would like to make. Every dollar counts!

I would like to have all payments processed with 3-4 working days (by Wed 27th April), so that postage of works can be arranged and finalised promptly. If you have difficulty in making this deadline, please email me to discuss. Any items left unpaid for and undiscussed after this time will be offered to the next bidder.

Many thanks again and please do not hesitate in contacting me if you have any further queries.

Cheers,
Natalia

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Wednesday, 23 March 2011

Natalia Krasodebska - CAPTURED SPACE PENDANT




















Another talented artist embracing the fascinating process of rapid prototyping in their jewellery work, New York based Melbourne jeweller, Natalia Krasnodebska has donated one her her lovely white acrycic pendants that she says has been inspired by the works of Sol LeWitt.

Materials: Rapid prototyped white acrylic, sterling silver chain.
Dimensions: Roughly 45cm long, Pendant 2cm in diameter.

Natalia Krasnodebska is inspired by the theme of capturing space and creates geometric pieces with an architectural aesthetic.

Striving for minimalism has led her to use new technologies in her work. Her pieces are designed using 3D modeling tools then produced using rapid prototyping, alongside traditional jewellery techniques.

To bid on this piece, please click on the "Comments" button below.

BIDDING STARTS AT $30. PLEASE ENTER A BID OF $30 OR MORE TO START

4 comments:

  1. BIDDING CLOSES 21 APRIL, 11PM, 2011.

    Place your bid by commenting with your name, email and bid price below.

    Thank you for your support and happy bidding!

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  2. $30.00 (Vida) vgaigala@bigpond.net.au

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  3. $40
    megdarcy@gmail.com

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  4. Vida (vgaigala@bigpond.net.au)
    BID: $45.00

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