Anne-Marie Belli

Shadows

Portraits

Grids

Studies

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Solo Exhibitions

Platform L.E.S. Gallery, New York, NY (2012)
Sea Girt Gallery, Jupiter, FL (2009)
Friends Café Gallery, NJ State Museum, Trenton, NJ (2002)
Paradise Café, Sag Harbor, NY (2001)
PAC, Pennington, NJ (1999, 2001)

Group Exhibitions

Mark Humphrey Gallery, Southampton, NY (2013)
New York Academy of Art, Take Home a Nude, New York, NY (2013)
Platform L.E.S. Gallery, New York, NY (2012)
Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Brooklyn, NY (2010)
Heartstone House Tour, Princeton, NJ (2005)
Artsbridge Gallery, Stockton, NJ (2001)
Keyes Gallery, Sag Harbor, NY (1999, 2000)
Norbert Considine Gallery, Princeton, NJ (1999, 2013)
New York Academy of Art, Take Home a Nude, New York, NY (1994-2001, 2012)

Private Collections

Patricia D. Altschul
Henry Buhl
Alec and Hilaria Baldwin
Joseph S. Fichera
Suzanne and Earl Grossman
Mitchell Karsch and Jack Wettling
Lisa Mann and Rocco Marotta

Professional Experience

Crawford Doyle Booksellers, New York, NY
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY
Jensen Fine Arts, New York, NY
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, NY
Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY
Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice, Italy

Education

Princeton University, B.A., Art History

"Shadows," "Portraits," and "Grids"

"Shadows" are indigo compositions based on organic forms.
"Portraits" are small, figurative works.
"Grids" present bold, color studies in a quadratic format.

Emil Nolde and Francesco Clemente are among the artists who have inspired me with their tour de force uses of watercolor.

Once, while painting a botanical arrangement, I was intrigued by the delicate, ethereal quality of the shadows it cast. Thus began my "Shadow" series, as I started painting positive and negative compositions in indigo.

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Anne-Marie Belli