ending 3rd November 2021 12:14:00 GMT/BST

Charity Art Auction for Marie Curie

 
  Lot 29
 

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Jeannette Hayes PPS "Garden at Southcot" Signed on reverse, 51cm by 76cm (67cm by 92cm framed)

Born in Sweden, Jeannette Hayes’ childhood was spent living in several different European countries before her move to the UK to train at Kingston University. She is President of The Pastel Society and has exhibited with them regularly at the Mall Galleries in London. An award-winning artist, she won the Unison Pastel Materials Award in 2000 and 2002, and the Deborah Manifold Memorial Award in 2005 and 2008.

A love of the exquisiteness and drama of the natural world conveys itself in the drawn marks, gestures and accents of colour. Colour plays a central role - titles often contain a colour: Spring Green, Orange Mousa, or Blue Snowing - setting an ambient mood to the recording of her experience of a place. This gives the works a poetic quality that is in keeping with the way they were
conceived.

A work often starts in a figurative way, becoming more abstract as its scope and meaning are defined. Pressure of mark has tremendous range to it, at times heavily wrought and indicative of solidity and mass in the natural landscape, at other times sensitively diffuse and expressive of air or vapour. Pastel, a favoured medium, allows direct sensitivity of touch.

The structural composition holds everything in concert; the whole is unified, as if the variations in weight and pressure have come about in the same series of movements. Even the lines so often drawn to echo the edge of the picture emphasise completeness. In animated paintings of great vitality, where superfluous detail is omitted in favour of expression, there emerges a moving vision of the landscape, full of life and sound.

Hayes has an impressive exhibiting profile in galleries in London and across the UK. Recently she has exhibited at the Nadia Waterfield Fine Art Gallery, Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, Thompson’s Gallery, Lime Tree Gallery and the Royal West of England’s Annual Exhibition in Bristol.

jeannettehayes.com

Bidding will open on the 20th of October at 12 noon. 

Not Sold
Estimated at £1,500 - £2,000


 

Auction: Charity Art Auction for Marie Curie, ending 3rd November 2021

Timed Charity Auction for Marie Curie – raising funds for Marie Curie Nurses on the front line.

Lots start closing at 12 noon on 3rd November.

Marie Curie is delighted to present a selection of modern and contemporary artworks that have been donated by 30 leading artists and sculptors. Highlights include beautiful works of art by Ken Howard, Tania Still, Sir Billy Connolly, Barbara Rae, Darren Baker and many more. With bidding starting at £60, this sale offers opportunities for new and seasoned collectors alike.

The UK’s leading end of life charity, Marie Curie is here to support everyone in the UK through all aspects of dying, death and bereavement – and to fight for a society where everyone gets to have the best experience possible at the end of their lives. We support the NHS by providing frontline care. We provide vital bereavement support for family and friends. And we help the nation prepare for death, to help makes things better at the end.

Life may be beginning to start up again, but our Marie Curie Nurses and Hospices have been there through it all, day and night, supporting people reaching the end of their lives. Right now, more people need us than ever before. Your support will help ensure we can continue to provide essential care at this unprecedented time of need. www.mariecurie.org.uk

Please view the auction and bid for your chance to win a beautiful work of art while supporting Marie Curie Nurses.

Marie Curie Charity number: 207994 (England & Wales), SC038731 (Scotland).

For all enquiries relating to this sale, please contact Marie Curie directly: ilona.beiboer@mariecurie.org.uk / 07545 593895

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