Zoo Atlanta – Art Gone Wild at Zoo Atlanta
Auction Ends: Jul 31, 2014 11:59 PM EDT

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Top Bidders

  1. llb7a3334$750
  2. ml9648d6b$500
  3. rb79937a7$450
  4. sports808$300
  5. wsb149908$225
  6. ld4238716$220
  7. apd557b30$200
  8. sb24d8ab1$150

Art Gone Wild Online Auction is Open - Let the Bidding Begin!

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The Art Gone Wild at Zoo Atlanta Online Auction is now open!

Zoo Atlanta is the city's oldest cultural destination and we were very excited to be able to present Atlanta with its newest cultural opportunity this summer. The first-annual plein air event, “Art Gone Wild,” showcased the animals, botanicals and scenery of the Zoo through the eyes and talents of local artists. During the week of June 2 - 6, thirty-six artists were selected to get inspired and create art, live and inside Zoo Atlanta. On the following Saturday, the Zoo held a very successful Art Gone Wild Art Show and Silent Auction featuring the art created during the paint out week. We are excited to now provide an opportunity to the online community to own one of these unique and beautiful works of art.  


The bidding ends on Thursday, July 31 at Midnight. Bid high and bid often to help support Zoo Atlanta’s education and conservation programs.
Paintings may be picked up at Zoo Atlanta. If shipping or special delivery is needed, the buyer is responsible for any shipping, postage or delivery charges. 

Make Your Bid to Support Zoo Atlanta!

Now is your chance to not only get some amazing zoo-inspired art, but to do it knowing you are helping support our organization and mission. 

Founded in 1889 with the purchase of a bankrupt traveling circus, Zoo Atlanta celebrates its 125th anniversary in 2014. Viewed as one of the finest zoological parks in the U.S., the Zoo is a proud accredited member of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA), with a mission to inspire value and preservation of wildlife through a unique mix of education and outdoor family fun. From well-known native wildlife to critically endangered species on the brink of extinction, the Zoo offers memorable close encounters with nearly 1,400 animals from around the world. Highlights include Mei Lun and Mei Huan, the only twin giant pandas in the U.S.; the nation’s largest zoological collections of gorillas and orangutans; and a global center of excellence for the care and study of reptiles and amphibians. Up-close-and-personal experiences include giraffe feeding, permitting guests to hand-feed Earth’s tallest living land mammals, and behind-the-scenes Wild Encounters with African elephants, giant pandas, lemurs and Aldabra giant tortoises.