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



Item Number
$215 USD to mg81e5a11

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
6  -  Bid History

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Item Description

Artwork Title: Lola
Artist: Sara Santarsiero

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). Acrylic paint.

Description: Through aggressive mark-making and thoughtful color placement, I layer and build up entire surfaces. I can never define what everything means to me. It's more just this compulsive creating - but moving slowly and softly. I carry this practice with me in every work, including here with Lola.

About the Artist: Sara Santarsiero is a practicing contemporary / non-objective artist who currently resides on the North Shore. After receiving her BFA from Montserrat College of Art in 2010 she has since participated in numerous artist exhibitions and shows. Santarsiero has had the privilege to work with Beverly Main Street as a participating artist for Bass in the Grass 2020 Art in the Park show.

Artist Website: Sara Santarsiero

Sponsor: North Shore Bank
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Item Special Note

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