American contemporary artist Beth Lipman’s works address themes associated with materiality and temporality. Referencing the work of 16th and 17th-century European painters, she combines traditional glass-working techniques with conceptual themes. One of the highlighted lots in the upcoming Museum of Wisconsin Art Silent Auction, presented by the Museum of Wisconsin Art, is Lipman’s glasswork piece titled Cluster. Completed in 2020, it shows wine glasses mounded in disarray and glued in place.
Also represented in the sale is the work of American artist Tom Uttech. He was introduced to photography in the summer of 1968 after a trip to Quetico Provincial Park. Inspired by the park, Uttech would make annual trips to photograph the region for the next decade. Between 1972 and 1983, Uttech changed his method of photography by seeking the late afternoon forest light in Pangishimo Giesess, near Cache Lake. In the available 1983 piece, the artist captured the dappled light of Pangishimo Giesess in black and white. A decorative glass vase from Jeremy Popelka is also available. To view the complete catalog and register to bid online, visit Bidsquare.
Lot Categories:Fine Art (31), Drawings & Watercolors (8), Paintings (8), Works on Paper (9), Decorative Arts (10)
# of Lots:37
Price Range:$450 - $8,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Beth Lipman, Cluster, No. 13|| Estimate: |
|Tom Uttech, Pangishimo Giesess, Near Cache Lake|| Estimate: |
|Jeremy Popelka, Indigo Lattice|| Estimate: |
|Nirmal Raja, From The Void|| Estimate: |
|Suzanne Rose, Swan, And Cygnet Feathers|| Estimate: |
- Decorative Arts
- Drawings & Watercolors
- Fine Art
- Works on Paper
- Beth Lipman
- Jeremy Popelka
- Nirmal Raja
- Suzanne Rose
- Tom Uttech
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