Seeing Eye to Eye -  by Andrea Cummings

Seeing Eye to Eye - by Andrea Cummings

Bid No: 412

STARTING BID: $190.00     /    Original Art Value $475.00

Media: Hand Embroidery,  Wrapped Canvas Giclee Print Wall Art

Size: 16x20

SKU: 0001
  • Artist Statement

    Seeing Eye to Eye is a 16 x 20 hand embroidered piece using cotton embroidery floss on black canvas. The basic design was influenced by paintings created by my sister after returning from a 3-month visit to Johannesburg, South Africa. The figures depicted, with foreheads together, represent a husband and wife coming to agreement on how they will live their lives.I'm a product detail. I'm a great place to add more information about your product such as sizing, material, care and cleaning instructions. This is also a great space to write what makes this product special and how your customers can benefit from this item. Buyers like to know what they’re getting before they purchase, so give them as much information as possible so they can buy with confidence and certainty.

  • Artist Bio

    Andrea Walker Cummings is a native Daytonian, a graduate of Roosevelt High School and The Ohio State University.  She is a fiber artist who is now free to concentrate on her specialty of hand embroidery and applique after retiring from a 30-year technical career.   Andrea’s artwork has been included in exhibits at the Afro-American Museum & Cultural Center in Wilberforce, the Ohio Historical Center, in annual exhibits curated by Willis Bing Davis at the Schuster Center, in the home gallery of University of  Dayton President, Dr. Spina and in private collections across the country.  Her work is also included in both the travelling exhibits and gallery exhibits of the African American Visual Artists Guild (AAVAG) located at Central State University’s Dayton Campus.  Additionally, she also serves as AAVAG’s membership secretary and gallery curator.

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