Albuquerque Museum Foundation to Offer Work from 400+ Artists in Coming Silent AuctionOct 24, 2020 09:30 EDT - Nov 08, 2020 15:00 EST
Sculptor Kristine Poole drifted away from representational art to focus on Contemporary Realism in her later career. In most of these later works, the artist emphasized movement, lines, and human anatomy. “I am compelled to tell stories with my work, to stimulate people with my art, to inspire them to reflect on serious subjects, to open doors for conversation,” Poole wrote on her website. Offered in the Albuquerque Museum Foundation’s upcoming Arts Thrive: Art Exhibition and Benefit Silent Auction is a sculpture from Poole titled Evenstar. The piece shows entangled human figures combined to represent the brightest star in the evening sky.
Another artist represented in the auction is Braldt Bralds. He developed an interest in illustration at a very young age. In the 1960s, when he was 12, Bralds enrolled at the Grafische School in Rotterdam where he trained in graphic arts and printing. Today, Bralds is recognized as one of the most acclaimed advertising artists. One of his works, titled Light on Oleron, is included in the event. Bidders can also find Ed Smida’s Totem No. 1 and Ed Sandoval’s La Lomita. View the complete listings and register to bid on Bidsquare.
# of Lots:480
Price Range:$250 - $13,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Braldt Bralds, Light on Oleron|| Estimate: |
|Kristine Poole, Evenstar|| Estimate: |
|Ed Smida, Totem No. 1 (1 of 3)|| Estimate: |
|Ed Sandoval, La Lomita|| Estimate: |
|Chanel Doinoff, I'x|| Estimate: |