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Ann Miller, “Why Divergent?” - $145 (Lincoln ma)

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Warbler springs near Tower rf
condition: new
make / manufacturer: Ann Miller
model name / number: “Why Divergent?”
size / dimensions: 22” X 22”

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For sale, with 100% of all proceeds going to the Boston Bridges Initiative, a 501(c)3 here in the Boston MetroWest supporting all METCO groups including Lincoln:

Donated very generously by the talented artist, Ann Miller, of Lincoln, directly from her home studio:

Ann Miller, “Why Divergent?” mixed media painting collage

Framed, matted, and wired to hang, 22” X 22”

The artist’s price range for the works in this donation range in price from $175 to $1,200

Ann Miller in her words:

working on paper

I love the process of putting marks on paper, using a variety of materials, and then seeing what they say. It's an intuitive, layered, and contemplative journey, each mark leading to the next. My purpose is to draw the viewer in. When one connects with images that are born in mystery and hope, something might just shift. Change and renewal might just be possible.

Serious inquiries only please.

All sales are final and all items are sold “As Is”.

These items are cross-posted for sale on other sites.

Payment in cash, check or credit card on site

BBI’s Mission:
Facilitate cultural exchange and promote meaningful social interaction between city and suburban families

Joanna Owen Schmergel

pronouns: she/her/hers

The Boston Bridges Initiative, a 501(c)(3)

Downsize for Diversity ART (Anti-Racist Together) Boston Bridges Initiative netted $42,249 in their first BBI year in 2023.

The Downsize for Diversity ART program was originally started by the 501(c)(3) organization, the Lincoln METCO Coordinating Committee, in Lincoln, MA, and netted $170,000 from 2017 to 2022.

We are all unpaid volunteers

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