Bee Auction 2021

Join the Bees of Bee Cave Benefit Auction online! Bidding occurs through December 12, 2021 at 5:00 p.m.
Do you need an artist-designed Bee for your home or garden, your school, office, shopping center, clubhouse or apartment complex? Then, this event is one you won’t want to miss. Each “Bee” sculpture has been individually designed by a different artist, and painted with a special blend that withstands outdoor conditions. These sculptures are long lasting and gorgeous. In addition, a book discussing the project and each artist is available.
Visit us at The Hive at Hill Country Galleria to see the Bees in person! Open Wednesday through Saturday from 1:00 to 5:00 p.m. (and you can see the Bees through the windows of The Hive anytime). Reach out by email with questions (info@beecavearts.foundation). Thank you!
Funds generated through “Bee” auction will go toward greatly needed scholarships for local high school students, educational programming, community projects, and the artists who created these wonderful sculptures. Your support is greatly appreciated!
Schedule
November 20, 2021 (9:00 a.m.) | Register to Bid Online + Auction Website Is Live
December 1 (9:00 a.m.) | Bidding Opens
December 2 from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. | Kickoff Party at The Hive
Thanks to Tito’s Handmade Vodka and Kendra Scott for making our Kickoff Party so festive!
December 12 at 5:00 p.m. | Auction Concludes and Winning Bidders Announced

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Bee and Bee Auction Specifics
Bees of Bee Cave Benefit Auction Goal: $65,000
December is one of the most important donation times of the year. On our Qgiv auction platform, you will be able to bid, but also to simply make a charitable donation. Thank you for considering Bee Cave Arts Foundation in your year-end giving plans! Your gift – no matter the size – means a lot to us.

Download the Givi app, bid and receive timely notifications from any location!

Our Bees of Bee Cave Benefit Auction is managed by Qgiv. Follow this link to the secure auction website. If you download the Givi app and register, you can bid and receive timely updates easily from any location. To learn how to register for the auction and to check in, follow this link.
GiftAssist
Online payments involve basic financial transaction costs. We have enabled GiftAssist at checkout. If you check the GiftAssist “box,” at checkout you will be able to include your transaction costs in your payment. By doing so, you will save our nonprofit those costs, and more of your funds will go toward funding exhibitions and programs. Thank you for considering GiftAssist! We deeply appreciate your support.
Bee Sculpture Specifics
  • Height: 4 feet
  • Base: 3 feet
  • Weight: 70 pounds
  • Composition: Fiberglass with concrete coating
  • Paint: Envy, an extremely high quality exterior acrylic paint
Delivery Specifics
Winning bidders will each receive email instructions. In brief: 1) you may pick up your Bee in person (email Deby Childress: info@beecavearts.foundation); 2) you may have your Bee delivered within Travis County (professional mover with art handling experience, fee of $250 includes lifting your Bee to and from the vehicle and you would pay the mover upon delivery); or 3) you may have your Bee packed, insured and shipped to a physical address (professional shipping service fee involved). No refunds will be issued. Thank you!
Tax Deductibility
Thanks to Our Bee Sculpture Sponsors!
Our thanks go to Cis Dickson for her inspiration, Cheryl Latimer for creating the design and building the small clay Bee model, Chris Olson at Global Mariner for the fabrication of the Bees, Robert Childress for the hours of prep work, Kelly Moore Paints for their partnership, all the artists, and the Hill Country Galleria for hosting the outdoor display. This is another perfect example of everyone working together to bring public art to the community!
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