ATTLEBORO ARTS MUSEUM – 28th Annual Benefit Art Auction
Auction Ends: Oct 30, 2019 05:00 PM EDT


Witch Hazel (Kerry St. Pierre)

Item Number
Estimated Value
$100 USD
Leading Bid
$195 USD
Number of Bids
9  -  Bid History

Live Event Item

After the online close, this item went to a Live Event for further bidding. Absentee Bidding offered.

Item Description

Paperclay, wood & fabric

10.5" x 4" x 4"

Kerry St.Pierre is a graduate of the Mass College of Art & Design where she received training in sculpture, painting and drawing. Immersed in art since she was a child, it was her mother's soft sculpture dolls and her love of Jim Henson's creatures that inspired her current creations. Although at first self-taught in the art of polymer and paper clay sculptures she has recently honed her skills by studying under famous artists, such as Wendy & Toby Froud and Jack Johnston. Kerry's one-of-a-kind hand sculpted creations allow her to use her imagination to its fullest.

Witch Hazel started out as a sculpting demonstration and soon took on a life of her own. Her head and bust are made from paper clay, painted with acrylics and then dressed in recycled leather, fabric and feathers. Witch Hazel is a cottage witch, also known as a "Scandinavian" kitchen witch, a homemade doll resembling a stereotypical witch or crone displayed year round in residential kitchens as a good luck charm and to ward off bad spirits.

Item Special Note

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 5-9, 2019. 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:

Kerry St. Pierre