Sunday, November 29, 2009

RCA Secret and ebay


It's good to see that you don't get many cards hitting ebay after the sale. At the moment there is only one Jacqueline Perkin card from this year on the bay, finishing tonight and doing quite well.

Although there have been a few old cards on the bay in the last few weeks, and this Terry Setch card is doing quite well.

6 comments:

pezlow said...

£96 for the Perkin. Surprisingly high.

thatgirlontheside said...

I missed those cards coming up on the 'Bay. Every now and then I check to see if any are being sold... just out of curiosity really, nothing else.

Anonymous said...

I am indifferent that my work didn't make more than £3 framed or unframed, since I rarely sell my work (must have been a pretty cheap frame too ;-) I am doing experiments that may bring about nothing for many years, but It's just a shame that the purchaser never really enjoyed it. Seems that there are so many people from the "sales chart" prefer money to art, and end up selling them so readily. Granted a Bank of England note has about a similar area and should be highly prized for its sophistication in technology craftwork and montage, but I'm not so sure the sellers are that sophisticated in their appreciation. I am pleased that the RCA considers my work of some interest to put it upon their shelves. Best wishes Rose Peeters. I only wish I'd managed the chance to get hold of one of Paula Rego's pieces. It is really great to see new personalities and experiments displayed every year.

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pezlow said...

Hey rose, as you say I really wouldn't worry that your piece didn't sell that well on ebay, I think it was just badly listed and missed by many. I bought it and I like it very much!