Title: Sisters, Points and Fire (installation variable dimensions)
suspended mixed media constructions: galvanized wire, seine twine, tea-stained silk organza approximately 9” diameter each, $1100.00/set of 7
suspended mixed media construction: galvanized steel wire armature wrapped with cotton seine twine, tea stained organza silk fabric panels attached with quilting thread
(82”h x 42”w x 44”d)
Points of Reference (installation), 2012 -13
suspended mixed media constructions: dupioni silk, cotton fabric, polyester fiberfill, acrylic paint, acrylic medium, lace, welting, glass beads
$3,250.00 (installation set of twelve / various heights )
Prices for individual Points listed below:
Devil’s Dipstick II (from Points of Reference series), 2010-13(yellow: 38”h x 1.75”w x 1.625”d)
North-northwest (from Points of Reference series), 2012-13 (yellow-orange: 43”h x 2”w x 2”d)
West (from Points of Reference series), 2012-13
(red-orange set of three: 39.5”h x 2”w x 2”d / 43.5h x 2”w x 2”d / 41”h x 2”w x 2”d)
South-southwest (from Points of Reference series), 2012-13(red set of 2: 48.5”h x 2”w x 2”d / 44”h x 2”w x 2”d)
South (from Points of Reference series), 2012-13(violet: 41”h x 2.5”w x 2.5”d)
South-southeast (from Points of Reference series), 2012-13(blue-violet: 41”h x 1.125”w x 1.125”d)
East (from Points of Reference series), 2012-13
(blue-green set of two: 43”h x 1.75”w x 1.75”d / 34.5”h x 1.75”w x 1.75”d)$600.00
Devil’s Dipstick III (from Points of Reference series), 2010-13(yellow-green: 35”h x 1.75”w x 1.625”d)
Anne Boudreau is a visual artist, arts educator and native of New Orleans. In 1981 she earned an Associate of Arts degree from Delgado Community College. She went on to complete a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in photography from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette in 1984, and a Master of Fine Arts degree in painting and sculpture from the University of South Carolina in 1997. Not long out of graduate school, she received an Artist Fellowship from the South Carolina Arts Commission and remained in South Carolina making and exhibiting art while teaching and organizing installation events. At the end of 2000, Boudreau returned to New Orleans where she continued her studio practice while teaching and coordinating exhibitions at the New Orleans Center for the Creative Arts (2001-05). Her New Orleans post-flood interval included a three-month residency at the Santa Fe Arts Institute. In 2009 Boudreau was invited back to Columbia, South Carolina as an artist-in-residence at the 701 Center for Contemporary Arts. Currently she resides in Lafayette, Louisiana where she continues her art making practice while teaching for the Lafayette Parish School System’s Talented Program.
From seed pods to constellations, natural systems amaze me because they are so simple yet so complex. Their physical structures and cooperative functions provide endless inspiration. I make rigid and soft constructions typically using wire, twine, fabric, and acrylic paint. The forms are both stable and fragile much like living things. When installed, the pieces are suspended which leaves them ungrounded and at times kinetic.
Anne Boudreaux - "Sisters, Points and Fire"
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