On Exhibit - North Shore Arts Association Gallery
Newest mid size original regional landscape painting by Mimi Dee in a dramatic predominantly inky blue and rose pink depiction of a full moon half hidden by clouds in an ink blue sky and primordial Cape Ann marsh as part of the Symphonies in Blue series inspired by Cape Ann.
On exhibit at North Shore Arts Association Gallery
When: Aug 9 - Sept 7, 2019
Where: 11 Pirates Lane - Gloucester, MA - 1st Floor - Gordon Gallery
Title: Pink Moon Primordial Marsh
Image: 16 x 20”
Medium: Golden Acrylics / Linen laid on board
Frame: 21 1/2” x 25 1/2” - Closed corner professional gallery frame
Inspiration: Cape Ann
Other info: limited transparent palette of 3 plus white - magical under the right lighting.
Signed: Mimi Dee at lower left. No reproductions!
Set Up: raw linen was laid on professional archival hard board Ampersand museum panel. No sagging due to atmospheric changes, no worry of puncture damage!
Oh yes, at 2:28AM in mid June a moon similar to this was seen behind a delicious pink peach cloud just before it dipped behind some trees. There must have been much rose dust particle activity in the atmosphere to produce such a picture.
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Original work by this self learned painter, who also forges sterling silver metal work studio jewelry, has been exhibited in various area artist association shows since the 90s 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.
North Shore Arts Association, a 501 (c) 3 charitable organization, has been promoting and preserving the fine arts at this historic location since 1922. Partial proceeds of all acquisitions help continue this important tradition. Look for our full page ad on page 15 in the beautiful 2019 Program Guide. Two "Mimi Dee Art" awards will be awarded at the Aug 18 reception.