BEVERLY MAIN STREETS INC – Bass in the Grass 2020
Auction Ends: Sep 18, 2020 06:00 PM EDT

Art

"Swimmer" Bass

Item Number
104
Estimated Value
Priceless
Sold
$385 USD to md7791e83

The winning bid will go to Panorama Global Fund (tax ID 26-3265577), a 501c3 nonprofit organization, which will send the donation to BEVERLY MAIN STREETS INC (tax ID 562306350) on behalf of the winner.

Number of Bids
11  -  Bid History

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Item Description

Title: Swimmer

Artist: Barbara Moody

Materials: Bass is 3ft x 1.5ft and made of .5in Kleer (PVC). Acrylic paint, polyurethane.

Artist's Description: For this project, I painted a detailed, illustrative fish, using bright colors to reflect shimmery scales and patterns. The bass’ yellow eye makes it look more alive.

 

About the Artist: Barbara earned M.Ed. and Ed.D. degrees from Harvard University, as well as a BFA from Syracuse University. She is a Professor at Montserrat College of Art, where she also served as Dean for nine years. When asked about her work, Barbara says, “My paintings hover exactly between representation and abstraction, where sparks of familiarity coexist with areas of ambiguity. In each environment, a few elements jump into focus while other parts dissolve into pure color, light, and space.”

Artist Website: Barbara Moody

 

Sponsor: Goldberg Properties

Sponsor Website: https://www.goldbergpropertiesre.com/

Special Instructions

To view additional photos of artwork, please view this website from a computer (the phone/mobile site shows only one photo). No refunds or returns. Winner will pay an additional $10 processing fee on top of winning bid. Item can be picked up in Beverly, MA, or we can arrange for shipping to be paid at Buyer’s expense. We will get in touch with the winning bidder after the auction closes to arrange for pickup/delivery in Beverly. Weighted stands available separately for $45. Please contact hwolsey@beverlymainstreets.org to inquire about shipping a Bass or purchasing a stand. Please note - the back of the Bass has drill marks from the mounting hardware used during the outdoor exhibit.