ATTLEBORO MUSEUM INC – 27th Annual Benefit Art Auction Oct. 11,2018 10:00 AM - Nov. 3, 2018 5:00 PM
Auction Ends: Oct 31, 2018 05:00 PM EDT

Painting - All Media

Floral Study in Black, White and Gray #2 (Ann-Marie Gillett)

Item Number
182
Estimated Value
$150 USD
Leading Bid
$50 USD
Number of Bids
1  -  Bid History

Live Event Item

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Item Description

Hand painted artist tape on gessoed board

8" x 8" x 0.75"

"Floral Study in Black, White and Gray #2" is a mixed media work on gesso panel that is created by the artist using a painted tape technique she has developed over many years. Artist tape is painted in varying colors, textures, and patterns to create a type of palette that is then intricately cut and used to "draw" an image. This particular variation of the technique uses a limited palette of black, white and gray that encourages the viewer to appreciate the subject in a purely graphic, non-literal, way.

Ann-Marie Gillett holds a BS in art ed from RIC. She continued her studies in painting, ceramics and printmaking at RISD, Bennington College & Mass College of Art & Design. Selected group shows include the Fitchburg Museum and Francesca Anderson Fine Arts gallery, among others, and solo shows for Gallery 175 and the Turks head Gallery in Providence RI. Her work is sold in galleries in RI and MA.

 

Special Instructions

A note on bidding: Any high bid that does not follow the listed bidding increments will be nullified and voided.

The Bidding Increments are as follows:

   $1-99, the bidding increment is $5

   $100-199, the bidding increment is $10

   $200-499, the bidding increment is $20

   $500-999, the bidding increment is $50

   $1000 and up, the bidding increment is $100

This item can be shipped or picked up at the Attleboro Arts Museum from November 6-10, 2018. The Museum is open Tuesday - Saturday from 10am-5pm. The winning bidder is responsible for all shipping and handling costs. The artist retains all reproduction and copyrights.

Donated By:

Ann-Marie Gillett