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Raise the level of positivity in your home and follow art advisor Jacquie Israel’s footsteps in purchasing a commissioned mural! The winner will get the opportunity to collaborate on design ideas with an iconic Venice artist known for his colorful murals.
Lucking’s photos are beautifully designed. Throughout all his body of work, the audience can tell that that it’s the artist’s intention to make people smile. This year’s piece is no different with its juxtaposition of emotions versus environment.
Glover’s childhood in Hiroshima and stories of her family surviving the atomic bomb inspired her series Transience. Glover portrays the preciousness of life with patterns and colors from vintage kimonos. Her piece this year speaks to the fragility and delicate nature of Japan’s iconic cherry blossoms.
Herman was inspired by Frank Stella’s early line-based paintings and uses a similar methodology with raw materials. Like discovering ancient text in a cave, Herman peels back layers of plywood to bring out the unique story in each piece of wood.
Collectors of Maskiewicz’ work will discover a space of contemplation as they explore the connection she creates between ready-made materials and the natural world. This tabletop structure is an abstract flower that speaks to the artist’s intention to bring joy while displaying nature in isolation.
With a focus on environmental preservation, Jongstra’s raises sheep to garner wool and then dyes her textiles with rich pigments created from historical plants. Jongstra is an exceptional artist that has created a new territory for wool as a contemporary artistic medium.
Art advisor Jacquie Israel has been a fan of Dill’s work for years. Dill’s piece is from series called Cosmic Spring and portrays the ground waking up. Dill wants the audience to experience a sense of familiarity along with the sentiment of seeing something for the first time.
Discover art advisor Jacquie Israel’s favorite selections from the online auction and learn more about the works through interviews with the artists who made them. Jacquie is joined by artists The Art of Chase and Jens Lucking.
Jacquie Israel loves to ignite passion for art. She is the founder of ArtHouse LA where she advises on collecting work by emerging artists as well as curates exhibits and art tours. Her objective is to inspire, educate and create joy though collecting art. Before starting ArtHouse LA, Jacquie was the founding curator of the gallery/bookstore/production company Storyopolis, which was dedicated to the art of illustration and funded by Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen. She has proudly supported Venice Family Clinic Art Walk & Auction for many years.
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