Mariana Alzamora

 
 
 
Auktionsnr
778732
 
Beskrivning

MARIANA ALZAMORA (b.1948), "Pandoras vessel", 2020,(handcoiled vessel), terrakotta, signerad undertill, höjd 31 cm.

Mariana Alzamora, born in USA in 1948, and raised in Lima, Perú, returned to Ann Arbor, Michigan. She studied art at the University of Michigan, and in search of her own expression, traveled to Europe, Amsterdam, London, Paris and Florence and settled in Lindos, on the Greek island of Rhodes. Having travelled and lived between Peru, United States, Greece, Great Britain, Costa Rica and Mallorca, her evolving sensitivity is reflected in a variety of mediums and techniques on silk, clay, canvas, paper, etchings on copper. Recently, Sweden's light, vast skies, water and seasonal colors have inspired a series of paintings, and from granite ground and smoothed by glaciers clay, with coil technique, formed a series of Pandora's Vessel, "The Womb Where Hope Remains.

"The Beauty, simplicity and austerity of Sweden's landscape reflected in the sensitivity, gentleness, directness, trust and ethics of its people, inspires in me gratefulness and desire for perfection"

Works by Mariana Alzamora can be found in institutions and public collections, as in the Print and Drawing Study Room of The Victoria & Albert Museum, London, and in several private collections around the world.


 
Kategorier
Konst, Nutida, Keramik/Porslin
 
Visas
Magasin 5, Frihamnen, Stockholm
Monter 14
 
 
 
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Budhistorik (33 bud)
Bud nr
Tid
Bud SEK
5966304
2020-06-03 13:24:46
4 200
5966301
2020-06-03 13:22:19
4 000
5966300
2020-06-03 13:21:50
3 800
5966299
2020-06-03 13:21:30
3 600
5966296
2020-06-03 13:19:54
3 400
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AUKTIONEN AVSLUTAD
2020-06-03 kl 13:27
Slutpris SEK:
4 200
432 EUR, 492 USD
Utropspris SEK:
3 000
 
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