The following items will be sold during the LIVE section of the auction which begins at 7:30pm.
Throw on your favorite Hawaiian shirt, grab a polar fleece, and fly from Lake Washington (in Seattle) to Crane Island (one of the most charming and rustic San Juan Islands) on a de Havilland Beaver seaplane to enjoy 24 hrs of Island fun! The 45 minute flight will take you right to the dock on Crane to kick-off an adventure of outdoor bliss, handcrafted tiki drinks at The Tiki Bar, freshly-caught seafood, dinner with a local chef, wine that is certain to be a summer highlight (Tom Hughes has personally selected outstanding Corliss Red wines for the dinner as well as some of his favorite rose's, a boat adventure to Ann and John Felton's neighboring home, and fabulous glamp-orous accommodations. You and your five pals will fly from Lake Washington Saturday at 10am and return after a decadent brunch on Sunday. Three lucky couples or six adults get to channel their inner adventurer! Your choice between July 27 or August 10.
Hosted by the Hughes (Crane) and Felton families
Collage is just the right format for our Fifth Graders – the juxtaposition of vintage images evokes
memory, nostalgia, and the passage of time -- but also makes something entirely new, unique,
and personal. The aesthetic principles Fifth Graders used -- fragmentation, reassembly, and the creation of multiple meanings -- illustrates their maturity as they prepare for their last months as Epiphany School students.
Created by the Fifth Grade class with the help of Hannah Wygal
Have a sublime sailing in Seattle this summer! Enjoy a tour on a 77-foot, custom built, world-class sailboat that has been featured in yachting magazines with up to seven of your friends or colleagues. You can take the boat out during the day, or if you prefer, you can enjoy an epic summer sunset on a mutually agreeable date in season. Let an experienced captain and his crew sail you and yours around Puget Sound with drinks and appetizers. For the sailing enthusiasts, be sure to ask the Captain about his days racing with the Oracle America’s Cup Team.
Donated by Tom Alberg and Judi Beck, and John and Alicia Alberg
Fourth graders were inspired by Japanese contemporary artists Takashi Murakami and Yoshitomo Nara -- who themselves draw inspiration from a wide field of visual culture: anime, cartoons, video games, and advertising -- to create their happy, light hearted artworks. This work captures a playful aspect of our shared visual language. This fun crowd of figures mirrors our wonderful crew of Epiphany Fourth Graders and their openness to different layers of culture.
Created by the Fourth Grade Class with help from Anne Riederer
3 night/2 days of guided fishing trip for two guests in a brand new deluxe lodge in the famous Ennis Valley, Montana. The trip includes, 2 days of guided fishing, all meals and beverages, lodging, and use of all rental equipment. If fishing is not your thing, enjoy the natural beauty of the Ennis Valley, nearby Yellowstone National Park, or partake in local horseback riding or skeet shooting! The package does not include gratuities, taxes and shuttle charges to and from the airport.
Donated by Epiphany School Alumni John Sampson, Owner of Madison RR Ranch
Multifaceted, as it is titled, celebrates the diverse and dynamic personalities of the class of 2021. It was inspired by the Double-headed serpent, an Aztec artifact housed a the British Museum, and builds on the students' studies of the culture and art of that time period. Using handmade alcohol ink-based tiles that replicate the traditional materials of turquoise, jade and shell, students worked in two sets of pairs from across the classes to mosaic each segment of the contemporary interpretation of the serpent's back.
Created by the Third Grade class with the help of Jennifer Christensen and Kristy Crouse
Skip the gallery and select the print of your choice from the studio of renown artist and Epiphany School parent Jessica Cantlin. Connect into the sublime and the transcendent via one of her landscapes or seascapes when you choose a 24 x 36" unframed photo from her oeuvre.
Donated by Jessica and Alan Cantlin
September 6, 2019
There will be magic on the big screen and magic in the air during this fun, family friendly outdoor movie event on the Mascarinas' gently sloping lawn on the shores of Lake Washington. The event will include movie-going necessities like fresh popcorn, as well as a chance to roast smores in the firepit. So grab your blanket, low-backed chairs, and the kiddos and get ready for some fun. Winners will get to vote on which movie is selected.
Raise your paddle during the Live Auction to buy in!
Hosted by the Mascarinas and Lewis families
When lauding Brady as one of the Best New Chefs of 2018, Food and Wine magazine said of the Canlis Executive chef, he is what "can happen when a visionary tangos with an icon: Williams' work at Canlis is as much a truce with the past as it is a bid for the future." Have Brady Williams cook a meal in your home for you and six-eight of your closest friends! A chance of a lifetime. Brady will collaborate with you on the date and menu.
Donated by Brady Williams and Andy Comer and Rachel Greene
Has it been a lifelong dream to have tea and crumpets with the Queen of England? The Duchess of Cambridge? The Duchess of Sussex? Well.... we have the next best thing! Pub trivia night MC'd by our two resident English Dads, Chris Poad and Ian Peacock! 40-50 parents will gather at Canvas in Sodo and battle for trivia domination one evening in September. Enjoy bites from Herban Feast and let Ian and Chris regale you with fun times Old Blighty style!! Cheerio!
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Donated by the Gleason and True family