Artist and DIHAC Board Member, Janie Delchamps Zetsch of Life Art Designs, has donated two necklaces for the auction.  One is a fine silver Crab soldered onto an oval of textured copper, hung on a handmade chocolate leather cord with sterling silver wrapping and clasp.   The other is also fine silver with an intricately textured design that captures six different stones.  The starting bid on the Crab necklace is $50.  The starting bid on the fine silver necklace with stones is $95.

DIHAC Artist Melinda Hollingsworth has donated an 11" X  14"  assemblage titled, "DI Beach Treasure Hunt V.  

​Artist Terry Lepre has donated two resin Fish paintings, created via a "fluid-art" process.  The teal/blue Fish is 4" X 8" .  It has a starting bid of $25.  The red/orange Fish is 4" X 12" inches.  It has a starting bid of $35.  

Along with the Seafood Gala, there will also be a silent auction.  Auction items will be on display at the Dauphin Island Heritage and Arts Council Gallery located at: 918 Bienville Blvd., on Dauphin Island, Alabama.  Tickets to the Gulf Seafood Gala may also be purchased at the gallery, as well as here, and at  Photos of the items will also appear below.  Be sure to check back here for more in the future!  A huge thank you to the DIHAC artists who have donated their work!  

DIHAC Vice President, Kathy Jones has donated a ​12” x 12” original acrylic painting titled, “Succulent.”  ​Starting bid for this painting is $50.

​​ Artist and DIHAC Board Member, Frank Ledbetter's "Blue Crab" metal sculpture donation for the silent auction.   It is 31" X  21",  and made of aluminum.  The starting bid is $350.

DIHAC Artist Michelle Pujols has donated a gallery wrapped, "Feathers" photograph printed onto canvas.  Her photograph has a starting bid of $80.

Artist and DIHAC President, Barbara Teare donated, "Incoming", a Dauphin Island beach scene with an incoming flock of Pelicans, as we so often see here on the Island.  Oils, size is 16" X  20" inches.  The starting bid is $100.