The latest original regional Cape Ann marsh landscape painting by this painter. A dramatic deep red and blue marsh with a distant luminous sliver of sky in buttery yellow was painted with a very limited palette of three pigments plus white, following a more "Modernist" feel to this while the other recently painted "Marsh Moment" -# 1340185 - using the same limited palette has more of a traditional New England appeal. Canvas laid on professional archival Amersand museum hard board panel.
Title: "Primordial Marsh" - ID# 0711160909 - No reproductions!
Primordial...no need to describe the intended scene...
Signed: Mimi Dee
Medium: Made in USA professional grade artist acrylics
Sight: 12 X 16"
Frame: 17 3/8" X 21 3/8" - professional closed corner gallery gold leaf frame
Particulars: A very limited palette of three pigments plus white were used!
Signed: Mimi Dee at lower right. No reproductions!
Set Up: canvas was laid on professional archival hard board Ampersand museum panel. No sagging due to atmospheric changes, no worry of puncture damage!
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Original work by this self taught artist who also forges sterling silver metal work studio jewelry, has been exhibited in various area artist association shows since 1998 and at the previously open Methuen studio store gallery by the same name.
Legal: All images design concept content text solely owned by Mimi Dee.
Note on gold leaf frames. Not all golden colored frames are of the aforementioned variety. The professional ones, as seen above, are closed cornered (no mitered lines at corners) and often show overlap lines where the leafing is hand applied.
Please see # 1340185 for another painting using the same limited palette of three pigments...yet a completely different look... in this one here... following a more "Modernist" feel to this while the other recently painted "Marsh Moment" -# 1340185 - using the same limited palette has more of a traditional New England appeal.
Please search: 1340185 or see image 2 to compare the two.
EXHIBIT HISTORY: Aug - Sept 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 NSARTS for the building restoration fund raising project.