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Dorset Wildlife auction

Despite the, ahem, dubious artistic merits of Ian Gillan’s drawing auctioned on eBay for the Dorset Wildlife Trust, it fetched a whopping £225. To put things in perspective, the Trust auctions in the past weeks offered a number of drawings by different celebrities from world class to “where are they now” to obscure. For most of them winning bids were in £5 to £50 range. Notable exceptions include Robin Cousins, 1980 figure skating Olympic champion, who’s drawing brought in a record £2,550, Gillan with £225, and Kim Wilde with £205.

Kudos to Big Ian and his fans. It’s all for a good cause. And our congratulations to Jutta Biene, the proud owner of a unique objet d’art.



9 Comments to “Dorset Wildlife auction”:

  1. 1
    Joanna says:

    Congratulations!

  2. 2
    Mark Bee says:

    You got ripped off.

  3. 3
    rabid dog says:

    well done jutta,
    i still have a photo of you,anne & myself in the goats tavern – great days – ripped off? – it’s for charity mate!

  4. 4
    PATRICK says:

    i wish i had it 🙁 anything from my heros is awsome … got ripped off ?? man u need to get the hell outta here i’d take a snot rag from gillan !!!!!!!!!! lol

  5. 5
    Smiler says:

    Anyone done a psychoanalysis of his Butterfly drawing.

    Apparently you can learn a lot ………….. !!! 🙂

  6. 6
    69 says:

    >ripped off? – it’s for charity mate!

    Just what I was about to say! And that also reminded me why that name sounded so familiar.

  7. 7
    rabid dog says:

    which name 69?
    jutta? – lovely lady from germany (i think it’s germany), twas quite drunk then, still quite drunk now.
    cheers

  8. 8
    Gary Entler says:

    Jutta is one of my favorite people too 🙂

  9. 9
    69 says:

    Yeah, I seemed to remember that name from the very old days!

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