This is a large abstract painting by Bee Sackett, a South Florida mid-century artist, and painted in her unique style using acrylics and enamels on board causing her abstractions to ooze texture and color. The artwork measures approximately 46″(w) x 30″(h) framed and is in good condition with vibrant colors and only minor marks and chips to the original frame. We have a number of pieces by this artist, which were previously owned by her daughter and which a small quantity are now available new to the market. This is a great opportunity to own one of these wonderful and unique works by a prominent and accomplished artist.
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Bee Sackett was a Coral Gables and Key West artist who exhibited extensively in South Florida through the mid-century and later. This included group shows at Coconut Gove, Vizcaya, Beaux Arts and Grove Hpouse. She also had one-artist shows at Old School House Gallery, Burdine’s Art Cove, Wometco Theatres, and Coral Gables Library. She studied art under John Kinkenberg and William Charles at the University of Miami. Her main mediums were enamels and acrylics and are her original technical concepts. Although conversant with waters and oils, she prefered the aforementioned mediums because of the latitude of design and texture they allowed.
Signed lower left, obtained directly from the daughter of the artist.