Mimi Dee Artwear

Signed American Original Oil Painting Phalaenopsis Orchid Shell Pearl

Signed American Original Oil Painting Phalaenopsis Orchid Shell Pearl

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Directory: Fine Art: Paintings: Oil: N. America: American: Contemporary: Item # 1330588

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Mimi Dee Artwear
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Methuen, MA 01844
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The latest Phalaenopsis orchid oil painting by this self learned painter. Other orchid ownership placements are corporate and in an Atlantic coast home. Signed American original oil painting on stretched canvas of a single bold buttery blondish white orchid with rosy hints and an unopened bud. The former purposely painted much larger in proportion when placed in a smaller sage color pot. All set against a rich red background. Next to the planter you will see a sea shell and a beaded necklace without a clasp. ID # 0704100602 on artist's statement verso. Signed at lower right as Mimi Dee

Image: 24 X 18"
Framed in a beautiful professional antiqued gold leaf closed corner gallery frame of 29 1/2" x 23 1/2".
Title: Pearl Phalaenopsis. Signed: Mimi Dee, a self representing painter. No reproductions.

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Original art work by this artist who has also forged signed sterling silver sculptural jewelry, constructed "one of" fiber art to wear, has been exhibited in various area artist association shows since 1998 and at the previously open Methuen studio store gallery by the same name.
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EXHIBIT HISTORY: May - June 2016 at North Shore Arts Association...a 501 (c) 3 non profit charitable organization, promoting and preserving the fine arts since 1922. If you saw this there, please advice as a percentage would go to NSAA for the building restoration fund raising project.