Road - Pandana - 1987
Original water colour painting by Ronald Coudrey
A beautiful and well executed painting of gums and water
It is nicely framed and is under glass
(it could be perspex, I am not sure)
This item is in excellant condition
It measures 54cm by 44cm
Item location - Adelaide South Australia
This auction ended on Tuesday 3rd February 2009
The starting price was set at $19.99 and there were two bids during the auction
You will find out the Auction Result at the bottom of this page
A question I sent to the seller during
Hi, and I would like to bid on
this item ... however I do have a question about delivery
Reply from the Seller
Thanks for your question
Follow up note to the Seller
Hi Rosie, and I have just placed
my bid on this painting !!
The seller writes it as "PANDANA"
in her item description
On the back of the painting, and written by Sharon's Dad, it is "PARDANA"
Neither of those places are listed in the Australia Post Postcode Search
But there is a place by the name of "PARNDANA" ... postcode 5220
This is on Kangaroo Island in South Australia
So I'm guessing that is the answer !!
Parndana and Heartland
Parndana, the 'Place of Little
Gums' is the hub for the heartland of Kangaroo Island
Centrally located on Kangaroo Island,
Parndana is a hub that provides access to the north and south
coasts of the island, Seal Bay and Flinders Chase National Park
Back on Monday 26th January I placed a maximum bid of $30.00 on this painting
At that stage I was the only bidder so the price was $19.99 as shown above
I was winning with still $10.01 in bids to spare
This auction ended at around 9.00pm last night, Tuesday 3rd February 2009
I thought about it and decided to increase my maximum bid to $51.50
Again I was still the only bidder and still winning at $19.99, and now had $31.51 to spare
I 'guessed' that may be enough ... and went off to bed
Got up this morning and checked ... LOST !! ... OUTBID !! ... could not believe it !!
There was another bidder, and the painting sold for $51.99
I should have bid a hundred bucks or more !! ... and I will the next time !!
So, who was the winner ??
An unknown ?? ... or was it one of Sharon's brothers or sisters ??
I contacted all of the family members ... none of them was the winning bidder
so it was someone who just simply liked the painting ... which is nice to know !!