Ellamarie Woolley Abstract Enamel Panel

Ellamarie Woolley Abstract Enamel Panel


Item: Ellamarie Woolley Abstract Enamel – “Land of the Free” – #725

Designer/Maker: Ellamarie Woolley

Description: Late 1960s-early 1970s curvilinear abstract enamel wall panel or plaque by Ellamarie Woolley. This vintage enamel features bright sections of red, white and blue enamel on copper set into a shaped frame. The white central band combines raised gold dots with holes that reveal a subtle copper background. Signed by the artist with her initials EW in the lower right. Numbered, titled and with her full signature on reverse: Ellamarie Woolley, #725, “Land Of The Free”

Enamel art works by the San Diego based husband and wife team of Ellamarie Woolley and Jackson Woolley were recently exhibited in numerous Southern California¬†museums such as LACMA, The Huntington Library, Mingei International Museum and The Craft and Folk Art Museum, as part of the Getty’s Pacific Standard Time initiative.

Dimensions: 11″ X 8.5″ X 1″

Condition: Excellent

Price: SOLD

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