Natures' Squares Art, Listing 19 of 32- Silhouettes
- Item Number
- Estimated Value
- $175 USD
- Opening Bid
- $75 USD
Nature?s Squares, an assembly of small cheerful moments that are captured through an expressive architectural and artistic style are 13?x13? painted wood square, mounted above glass on a white solid wood frame.
Artist Anila Angjeli created this full 32 square collection. Each piece was created especially for HMSTC Gala and Auction.
Projecting character, texture and vibrant colors, each piece is stunning alone or are best assembled on a large grid that creates a streamlined modern installation promoting nature?s unique beauty and preciousness.
Bid below, or purchase now on several square to create a unique collage for a stunning addition to any wall in your home or office.
"Silhouettes" is the item you are purchasing for the auction, first photo listed.
HMSTC member Anila Angjeli will be showing her work in-person at the HMSTC Gala on Saturday, September 18.
***This item ends online at 2pm ET on Saturday, September 18, 2021. All items not bid on or purchased through ?buy it now? will be displayed at the Gala.***
About the Artist, Anila Angjeli, AIA, LEED AP, Architect and Artist, Founder of ALine Architecture, has been an active member of our community since 2002. She lives in Millway Meadows and has been an HMSTC member for almost 20 years. ALine Architecture has contributed and created many community art events over the years, especially during the Covid lockdown. Promoting art, creativity, and togetherness through outdoor community art displays has brought to life the Butterfly Collections of Milway Meadows and Villamay, the Big Fish, Kaleidoscope project, Love Letter, Blossoms of Diversity, just to name a few.
This item has been graciously donated by HMSTC member Anila Angjeli of ALine Architecture.
Item Special Note
This item ends online at 2pm ET on Saturday, September 18, to be displayed for the Gala. All buy it now or bids must be placed before that time.
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