OCT / NOV 2016 - ARTS AND AUCTION NEWS
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Art News: In mid Nov will exhibit at Reading Art Assoc.:
AUGUST / SEPTEMBER 2016 ARTS & AUCTION NEWS
UNTIL NEXT YEAR when more of my paintings & signed work will be entered
for jury at NSAA in Gloucester!
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I have donated another Mimi Dee Associates Award Gift Certificate. The artist winner is Judy Robinson Cox.
AUCTION ended..:Arts & Crafts hand hammered sterling silver ring with a fab green Peking glass art glass cab.
Currently accepting pet portrait commissions.
May - June 2016
5/9/2016: Thank you for buying and collecting the paintings at the 2 earlier shows this past week!
Oil painting of an orchid titled: "Pearl Phalaenopsis" was shown May/June
Congratulations to Perry McIntosh for winning the Mimi Dee Artwear Associates Award Gift Certificate for "Romeo" featured in a watercolor and shown at North Shore Arts Associates Exhibit this May/ June 2016!
April 2016 Auction-
...A Safe Happy Healthy Prosperous 2016!
DECEMBER 2015 Joyful Wishes
AUCTION ENDS 12/13/15:
OCT/NOV 2015 ART SHOW, CURRENT PROMOTIONS, AUCTION
AND DONATION INFO:
The following two paintings were shown at NSAA
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AUCTION ENDS NOV 22 2015!
Want to make a charitable donation to Fisher House Boston while shopping here?
Fund raising for local young mother who suffered a stroke one year ago. For the whole month of August, anyone living in MA who makes a regularly priced vintage or antique purchase here at www.mimideeartwear.com, 30% will be donated to Danielle Caram - Chabot, a 33 year old, Vet Tech mother of 2 kids who suffered a slip and injury during her exercise class. That night in her sleep, she suffered a major stroke from the hematoma in her calf.
Although I do not know her, her story touched me as told to me by her
dear friend Heidi. More will be written on my blog links. Please visit:
What a glorious place to enjoy fine art by New England's local artists.
Will add the acrylic info here later...
North Shore Arts Association of Gloucester, Incorporated is a 501 (c) 3 charitable non-profit organisation. The House Committee is working on several essential exterior and restoration projects. Story goes that there are birds nesting on some loose boards!
This show and the commission from the paintings sold will also help with the much needed restoration and day to day costs of exhibiting and promoting fine art as they have since 1922.
To learn more about this arts group and its efforts to bring fine art to the community, please visit: www.nsarts.org
AUCTION here at www.mimideeartwear.com ends August 23, 2015
Your choice of hand made charm bracelet with patriotic World War
buttons, gemstones, antique art glass, real pearls, hand hammered
signed copper charms...double your final bid and take them both!
60% of final bid will go to Boston Fisher House or Wounded Soldier!
....more added later.
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Button and vintage jewelry collectors
A vintage reverse painted horse in essex crystal sporting pin.
A signed sterling silver 18mm Nevada Lapis necklace, in lush sage green and pink faceted mottled 18mm Nevada Lapis and 8mm green Ruby in Zoisite to make up this 700 carats, 5.2 Oz, 149 Grams 20" carefully knotted Necklace for all season wear. Hand knotted - no cable to break. Handknotting shows care, provides fluidity and safeguards against loss of beads. Big 18mm beads - no chips!
For English enamel sterling silver collectors - look at this Birmingham letters, Ltd. anchor, lion and L marks on this quintessential Art Deco intact black and white top or lid with glossy bermuda blue inside. 35 grams.
Bid on any two of three pair of Mexican Taxco Mexico sterling silver SB earrings that include: A green "jade" in concentric circle design seen on Fred Davis jewelry; a butterfly and black onyx, and a pair with the assay mark of 23 shared by Sigi, Gerardo Lopez, Neiman Marcus, Tango, et al or could be assay 23 shared by Goodspeed, Lopez and Popowski.
An antique Chinese export carved one piece green jade saddle ring.
PAST AUCTION: ornate necklace and earrings set that could easily be imagined around the neck of TV Reign's Mary Queen of Scots or at the very least on one of her ladies in waiting. While the stampings were produced years ago in local mills, the jewelry costume capital of the world up until recent years, the high karat gold and silver plating - also done by local plating families for decades, is all new per this maker's specs. A signed image will accompany this set. Please go to http://www.vervendi.com/ to bid on these and other well selected Far East Asian works.
For a bit of info
regarding the local mills and platers you may wish to read:
Dear friends, visitors and collectors,
In May I broke both my right foot and left ankle forcing me to wear a cast on each foot thus making access to my office impossible. This latest will only serve to limit my infrequent outings even more than before. Imagine all these weeks without access to the internet! Unable to list, let alone photograph a single item to add to my catalog here at http://www.mimideeartwear.com.
Worst of all, not a single oil painting was produced because I prefer to paint standing up, and that just was not possible.
The only piece I was able to muster, was a self pitying small pencil drawing titled: "My Broken Feet". I don't see that as a painting anytime soon.
With at least two months of physical therapy on the horizon, new listings may
be slow to show. It is for this reason that your patience is requested.
When you wish to reserve an item please call:
To our clients and visitors here at www.mimideeartwear.com
We would like to thank you for seeking to collect my studio art works under GALLERY OF ORIGINALS BY MIMI DEE
From time to time gremlins grab the controls and mix vintage jewelry with my own new signed studio jewelry. When it has happened Trocadero worked diligently to correct the confusion.
Should it happen again, to find my work, please enter or copy and paste any of these in the search field as follows:
studio not vintage
For my paintings or sculpture please enter or copy and
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Watching elusive butterfly jewels in our gardens, can conjure up playful childhood memories of yearning to possess those garden jewels if only to examine them closely and try wearing them in one's hair. Speaking from that youthful girl perspective, the iridescent wings did indeed look like gems that could make any little girl squeal with delight and want to own a jewelry box full.