It is with great pleasure that Scammell Auctions presents fourteen works of Annette Bezor.
Bezor had creative flair from an early age, which resulted in her enrolling in the South Australian School of Art in 1974. The women’s art movement in South Australia during the mid 1970s was strong and allowed Bezor to establish her practice and thrive among the artistic community. After graduating, Bezor exhibited locally, nationally and internationally, and became one of Australia’s most exciting and original artists.
After visiting Paris in the late 1980s, Bezor developed a unique style, which included elements of realism, surrealism, portraiture, pop art and postmodernism. Her subject matters often featured the ‘feminine’ and the female form. She also explored society’s attitudes to women and their representation in art and popular culture. Bezor began portraying women from classical painting, contemporary decorative art and popular culture, recreating them as stylised icons to reveal and subvert the power and impact of the originals.View the Catalogue
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When: 30th of November at 6:30PM
Where: Scammell Auctions
7 Chapel Street, Norwood
Bezor will be remembered for her outstanding artistic talent, but also for her generosity and compassion to her family, friends and animals. All proceeds from this auction will be generously donated to Freedom Hill Sanctuary and Minton Farm Animal Rescue.
Head to https://www.freedomhill.com.au/ and http://www.mintonfarm.org/how-you-can-help.html if you’d like to make a separate donation to these charities.
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