An artist's escape...
ARTISTRY SANCTUARY ONLINE AUCTION
This liquidation is in a home located in Salem, SC 29676. It ends November 12th. Pick up is Tuesday, November 14th.
Bidding begins at $1.00. No reserves
ARTISTRY SANCTUARY ONLINE AUCTIONis in the lakefront country club community of Keowee Key. It is the studio-home of late professional artist Shirley Zena Brodoff.
Antique Victorian and Queen Elizabeth artifacts. Paul McCobb designed Mid-Century Dresser. McCobb is probably the designer most responsible for bringing the "Modern Design" to 1950s American homes
Outstanding "Modernist Art" by popular artists.
Everything in the home must go, including art paintings, sculptures, fine porcelain and pewter sculptures, fine china, Persian Rugs, dining room table and chairs, China Cabinet, bedroom furniture, cookware, appliances, books, jewelry, outdoor furniture, washer, dryer, bookcases, and more.
Check out the Paul McCobb designed dresser!
###pARTISTRY SANCUTARY ONLINE AUCTIONwhich makes this sale remarkable. Some are original works and some are prints. Some of the noteworthy artists whose work will be found here are:
· Shirley Zena Brodoff
· Francis Paraison
· Lena Massara
· Rael Cowan
· Ruth Howell
· Jim Boyle
· Cecilee Martin
· Frank J. Mullen
· Mark Mulfinger
· Gale McKinley
· George Summer
· FJG Fiddlers
· De Grazia
· Stan Cappiello
· Marc Chagall
· Kay Broxton
· Kathe Kollwitz
· Benny Andrews
Biography: Shirley Zena Brodoff's (1927-2017) paintings are in collections in California, Chicago, New York and Europe. Born in Wales, Great Britain, Mrs. Brodoff attended college there and received art training in Great Britain before completing her training with eight additional years in New York. She taught art at her art studio in Scarsdale, NY, as well as helping others enjoy art through adult education programs. She was a winner of dozens of art awards and prizes.
In the early 1990s she and her husband relocated to Salem, SC's Keowee Key community to enjoy the quiet and community life. In addition to being an artist, she was a competitive tennis player, avid reader, and active in the community. She helped launch the Blue Ridge Art Council in Seneca, showing her own art and the work of many regional artist. She developed a close group of talented fellow artist who would frequently visit and stay at her Keowe Key home and studio. She, and her artists friends would tour the area's natural resources while seeking new scenes for various landscape oil paintings. Shirley enjoyed creating works requiring large canvases, but as her hands began to feel the effects of the years of painting and tennis, her canvas work became smaller. She was able to enjoy painting well into her 80s.
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