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    • Peggy Brown, American/Indiana (b.1934), Seasons, 1996, mixed media watercolor on paper, 22"H x 16"W (sheet), 29"H x 23"W (frame)
      Jan. 06, 2024

      Peggy Brown, American/Indiana (b.1934), Seasons, 1996, mixed media watercolor on paper, 22"H x 16"W (sheet), 29"H x 23"W (frame)

      Est: $100 - $200

      Peggy Brown American/Indiana, (b.1934) Seasons, 1996 mixed media watercolor on paper pencil signed dated and titled lower. Biography submitted by Peggy Brown, August 2004: Peggy Brown was born in 1934. Graduated Marquette University, College of Journalism. Worked as writer/producer for Westinghouse Broadcasting. Married to Jim Brown, three sons. Began painting as a hobby after having the children. Mostly self-taught in art. Elected member of American Watercolor Society, National Watercolor Society, Watercolor USA Honor Society, Allied Artists of America, Rocky Mountain Watermedia Society. Paintings have won over 350 awards in Regional and National Juried Exhibitions. Her work is in collections all over the world. Peggy says, "I paint for myself, for the challenge and joy of it; but knowing visual art must be seen to be heard, my greatest satisfaction comes when you concur with my feelings. Then you too become a part of my marks on paper - and I always leave room for you." Peggy Brown's complete listing of periodical references should include: "An Exploratory Approach to Watercolor" by MC Nelson, American Artist "Watercolor" 1986 and "Watercolor Highlights" 1993 an American Artist Publication.

      Ripley Auctions
    • Peggy Brown - Italia IX - Watercolor Collage
      Aug. 29, 2020

      Peggy Brown - Italia IX - Watercolor Collage

      Est: - $2,000

      Peggy Brown is primarily a self-taught painter. Her work, which includes watercolor paintings on both paper and on fabric, have won over 425 awards in local, regional, national, and international juried exhibits. She is an elected signature member of the American Watercolor Society, National Watercolor Society, Watercolor USA Honor Society, Rocky Mountain Watermedia Society, Allied Artists of America, Transparent Watercolor Society of America, Hoosier Salon, Indiana Artist Club, and the Watercolor Society of Indiana. Her work in fiber (art quilts) has also won awards in many national and international competitions. She has been judge and juror for regional and national exhibitions including the annual exhibit sponsored by the Western Federation of Watercolor Societies at the Tucson, Arizona Museum of Art and Allied Artists of America in NYC. She has taught workshops on a limited basis in the US and Canada. Her work has been featured in nine books about watercolor painting and in many magazine articles. Artist statement: When asked what inspired a particular work, I usually have no answer. I am more conscious of color, design, and following my own sensibilities than I am of trying to bring a particular idea to life. I like to allow the viewer to seek and find his own meaning in the work. Italia IX is an abstract watercolor collage painted on archival Rives paper with professional transparent watercolor, enhanced with some silver leaf collage. Matted with museum matting, framed under Plexiglass in brushed silver frame. Signed lower right. Provenance Won the Best in Show/Wilber Meese Memorial Award in the Watercolor Society of Indiana Thirtieth Annual Exhibition held at the Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis, IN, October 14 to December 2, 2012. Exhibited at the National Watercolor Society Open Juried Exhibit 2013, Los Angeles Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA. The juror of Selection and Awards in the Watercolor Society of Indiana Exhibit, Cheng-Knee Chee wrote this about Italia IX: “The key to this painting is its subtle poetic quality. This artist stepped out of traditional representational mode and walked into the realis of intellectual questions. The painting plays with rectangular shapes, all of which are different sizes. This work might have hidden personal meaning that could be interpreted in different way by viewers. The artist shows a sensitive treatment of colors.”

      Rotary Club of Brown County
    • Peggy Brown - October Snow - Egg Tempera
      Aug. 29, 2020

      Peggy Brown - October Snow - Egg Tempera

      Est: - $900

      Peggy Brown is primarily a self-taught painter. Her work, which includes watercolor paintings on both paper and on fabric, have won over 425 awards in local, regional, national, and international juried exhibits. She is an elected signature member of the American Watercolor Society, National Watercolor Society, Watercolor USA Honor Society, Rocky Mountain Watermedia Society, Allied Artists of America, Transparent Watercolor Society of America, Hoosier Salon, Indiana Artist Club, and the Watercolor Society of Indiana. Her work in fiber (art quilts) has also won awards in many national and international competitions. She has been judge and juror for regional and national exhibitions including the annual exhibit sponsored by the Western Federation of Watercolor Societies at the Tucson, Arizona Museum of Art and Allied Artists of America in NYC. She has taught workshops on a limited basis in the US and Canada. Her work has been featured in nine books about watercolor painting and in many magazine articles. Artist statement: When asked what inspired a particular work, I usually have no answer. I am more conscious of color, design, and following my own sensibilities than I am of trying to bring a particular idea to life. I like to allow the viewer to seek and find his own meaning in the work. October Snow is a realistic landscape painted with Transparent Watercolor and Egg Tempera. Painted over gesso on museum mat board. Matted with museum matting, under glass in silver-leaf wood frame. Signed lower left. Provenance Exhibited in one-person exhibit at Brown County Art Guild. Technique is a unique technique created by Peggy and pieces in the series have been accepted an exhibited at the Museum of Art, Indianapolis, IN and Columbus, IN and sold thru various fine art galleries.

      Rotary Club of Brown County
    • Peggy Brown: Road Trip (Tryptich)
      Sep. 15, 2019

      Peggy Brown: Road Trip (Tryptich)

      Est: $1,500 - $3,000

      9" x 14.5" (sections), Mixed Media, Signed

      Jacksons Auction & Real Estate Company
    • Peggy Brown: Italia IX
      Sep. 09, 2018

      Peggy Brown: Italia IX

      Est: $1,500 - $3,000

      22" x 30", Transparent Watercolor Collage

      Jacksons Auction & Real Estate Company
    • * Peggy Brown, (American, 20th century), Landscape, 1978
      Nov. 20, 2014

      * Peggy Brown, (American, 20th century), Landscape, 1978

      Est: $80 - $120

      Peggy Brown (American, 20th century) Landscape, 1978 watercolor signed Peggy Brown and dated (lower right) 14 3/4 x 20 3/4 inches.

      Hindman
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