BEVERLY MAIN STREETS INC – Beverly Main Streets - Art In the Park 2021
Auction Ends: May 24, 2021 09:00 PM EDT


Catch Me If You Can

Item Number
$269 USD to jje5ae01f

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
8  -  Bid History

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Item Description

Artwork Title: Catch Me If You Can
Artist: Joan Bediz

All information was provided by the artist in their own words.

Materials: "Hyper Striper" artwork is about 3 ft. wide x 1 ft. tall and made of .5 in. Versatex (PVC). Layered acrylic paint, waterproof polyurethane.

Description: Stripers are migratory fish that swim in schools between fresh and salt water. Their silvery elongated bodies feature 7 longitudinal black stripes with olive green or blue backs, an artist's delight! They can be caught from boats, shorelines, bridges or kayaks. My iridescent stripers are winning the race as they swim in the azure blue waters off Cape Ann.

About the Artist: Joan Bediz's work is in many private, public and corporate collections. She has received numerous awards at the national and local levels. Joan is a member of the Rockport Art Association, the North Shore Art Association and the Rocky Neck Art Center.

Artist Website: Joan Bediz

Sponsor: Ulrich Landscape Collaborative
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Item Special Note

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