Cod in Blue By Lily Dolin

Bidding Supports: Marblehead Festival of Arts (Marblehead, MA)

Item Number
5606
Value:
$200 USD
Online Close:
Jul 4, 2022 8:00 PM EDT
Bid History:
11 Bids

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Description

"Cod in Blue" by Lily Dolin

Medium: Acrylic and Goache

Size: 19" x 8"

Artist Statement:

On a recent trip to the Morgan Library and Museum in New York City, I found myself enamoured with the red velvet wallpaper in JP Morgan's study. Lush and cozy, the wallpaper features soft Victorian-style paisley patterns, set against a blood red color. I love how the wallpaper gave the room a sense of grandeur and familiarity at the same time. When coming up with the idea for my cod, I decided I wanted to emulate the wallpaper in the study, but with colors that reminded me of the sea and of Marblehead.

Artist Biography:

Lily Dolin is an artist and writer from Marblehead, MA. Currently, she works as a literary agent for United Talent Agency. In her spare time, she paints portraits and still-lifes, writes short stories, and solves crossword puzzles with only a minimal amount of cheating.

Artist Website: lilydolin.com

Hosting Business: "Cod in Blue" is on display at Ray Art, 51 Atlantic Ave, Marblehead, MA

Item Special Note

Pick-up of purchased cods will be July 9-14 at MacRea's Goods, 108 Washington St, Marblehead during normal store hours. The winning bidder will receive a notification email with information on pick-up time and location.

If winning bidder requires shipping, winner's credit card will be charged a separate $24.95 fee to cover USPS ground and handling. Shipping is available within the U.S. only and must be requested within 7 days after receipt of the notification email.

Any cod purchased via "Buy Now" will remain on display at the hosting business through the end of the auction, and will be available for pick-up as detailed in the winning bidder notification email.

If winning bidder has not picked up cod (or provided shipping address) within 30 days after the close of the auction, cod will become the property of Marblehead Festival of Arts, Inc.