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:
Signed, framed, matted, original pastel, “Salt Lands II” by Katrina Hart
Donated directly to BBI from the artist’s North Shore home
29.5” X 40” framed, matted and wired to hang
Artist’s Price: $1,200
BBI has just received a second and final donation of 22 framed original artworks from this incredible artist!
The artist’s prices for these pieces range from $200 to $1500. We sell them at a steep discount
About the artist:
Katrina Hart received her art education at the Academy of Fine Arts in Florence, Italy, The Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia, Montserrat College of Art , and at The School of the Museum of Fine Art in Boston.
Her career has included illustration and design for various publishing houses including World Press Review in New York City, and in-house publications for the Emilio Pucci Salon in Italy. She is a member of the Copley Society of Boston with the CA distinction. Her work has been shown on a regular basis in local galleries.
Working in pastel, she was devoted to interpreting the New England landscape including Downeast Maine.
She says of her work, “I attempt to reduce the subject matter to its simplest elements with nothing man-made as part of the design. My focus has been Nature, natural objects as my focus”. This simplification has led to her most recent work: abstract forms in the acrylic medium.
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(The Downsize for Diversity ART (Anti-Racist Together) program was originally started by the 501(c)(3) organization, Friends of Lincoln METCO, Lincoln METCO Coordinating Committee, in Lincoln, MA, and raised $170,000 from 2017 to 2022).
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