Item Spotlight 2020

 

Marilyn Monroe in Bus Stop, Rodeo Sequence (BS-0056)

 

21.25”x29” Paper size

17.25”x25” Image Size

Printers Proof. Retail Value $4,000

Marilyn Monroe Productions began filming Bus Stop in March 1956. Although excited, Milton and Marilyn were also apprehensive heading into the project. Having won their battle with the studio and negotiated new terms, everything was riding on their first film together. Marilyn had one job: focusing on delivering the best performance of her life. Milton concentrated on all the other details, particularly aesthetics and how his collaborator was captured on film. 

An exquisite image, Milton photographed Marilyn in the bleachers while they were reviewing the site for rodeo sequences with Bus Stop director Joshua Logan.   The original 35mm Kodachrome for this photo was found at the bottom of a file cabinet. This one-shot only candid was not done as part of any film publicity and simply captures Marilyn in the moment.

 

“Pacific Northwest-Florence Oregon”

Value: $400

By Curt Peters of Digital Dunes Photography

Three iconic Florence scenes on one large “28 x 20” photograph. Titled, signed, mounted and ready to hang, this is an archival piece that is designed to last a lifetime!

 

“Old Town with Boat from Bridge”

Value: $425

By Rodger Bennett, Legacy Portraiture

The photograph was taken on September 28, 2019 between 7:30 and 8:00 AM. It's a 20"x40" metal print, back framed, ready to hang.  I will personally come to hang it if the winning bid exceeds 4 figures.

 

“Real Rainbows”

Value: $80

By photographer Stephanie Ames

Stephanie captures icon Heceta Head Lighthouse during a rare moment temporarily bathed in rainbows.

 

 Other artists in the auction: Kim Pickell, SHS Art teacher, watercolor , SHS student Elyssa Hurley.

 

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