Like your auctions slow and steady, but with a hint of bidding excitement? Here’s a great opportunity to bid on unique gift items, sheep supplies, fiber arts equipment and more while supporting the many activities and projects of your cooperative!
Want to donate to the Silent Auction? You can by bringing your donated items to the Silent Auction staff volunteers in the Activity Center by 9:00 a.m. Saturday, where you’ll receive a receipt for your donation. The Wisconsin Sheep Breeders Co-op acknowledges with great appreciation the many Country Store and other vendors and contributors who have supported these fund raising efforts for over two decades. Thank you for your support!
1945 – 2020
From the prestigious National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, DC, to remote villages in Africa, Noël’s work has no boundaries and has inspired millions. Her paintings are sought after by many prominent celebrities including Oprah Winfrey.
Nancy Noël was a prolific American Contemporary Impressionist. It is not only her stunning and thought-provoking images which make her an exceptional artist, but the effect her work has on people that sets her apart.
Art heals, informs, transforms and inspires. Nancy Noël, a philanthropist and painter, was also a visionary. She captures the essence of her subjects, depicting them with reverence which quiets the mind and comforts the heart. Noël’s timeless paintings describe a world both natural and mystical, with a finesse that speaks directly to the soul.
Every day we are humbled by the messages we receive from those who have been touched by Nancy’s work. On behalf of Nancy, please accept our heartfelt thanks for the privilege of sharing with you.
The painting offered is 33” x 36”, professionally framed with museum-quality conservation glass. The print is one of Nancy’s earlier creations and a very rare find as it is no longer in circulation.
This donation to the Silent Auction made possible through the generosity of Erin and Steve Whalen, The Scarf Connection.
Minimum Bid is $300.