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Ann Marie Napoli
Brooklyn, NY
Neighborhood: Bensonhurst

ARTIST STATEMENT: "My inspiration truly comes from those who are in my life, my family, and from the very private world I express within myself. I especially enjoy painting and sketching faces as the main focus of my work. The expression that can be captured through another person’s eyes or mouth, whether it’s partial or whole, can reach out to the onlooker and leave a lasting image. Those faces can remind you of another person, place or time. A particular portrait can even intrigue you enough to want to meet the subject. Some of the subjects are not necessarily an actual portrait, but an interpretation of my inner child, some fears and just what I love. I have learned to share this part of me more so to those who are part of my life, who enabled me to find the courage to share it publicly." BIO: Ann Marie grew up in Brooklyn in a very creative environment. Recognized as a natural artist earlier in life, her family encouraged this path from the moment she picked up a crayon. A graduate of Fashion Institute of Technology with a BFA in Illustration, Ann Marie has studied renaissance art in Florence, Italy during her college career. Her work has won awards, been published and gained recognition from a variety of shows and exhibitions in the tri state area. Currently she illustrated a children's book to be published for world-wide distribution this year.

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OUTAuction 2011

November-20-2011 – November-20-2011

The Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) invites you to the 10th Annual OUTAuction presented by Bud Light and ROKK Vodka! Join us for the 10th anniversary of the largest and most visible art auction event in the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) community celebrating established and emerging artists as well as recognizing GLAAD’s Top 100 Artists and our OUT in Art Award recipient.

OUTauction helps raise funds to support GLAAD’s work with the media to bring culture-changing stories of LGBT people to millions of homes and workplaces every day in an effort to increase understanding and awareness to build support for full equality. This will be an evening capturing the perfect synergy between art, fashion and interior design. Guests will enjoy hosted cocktails, great music, and gourmet hors d’oeuvres while bidding on over 100 unique pieces of art which have included the works of Pablo Picasso, Herb Ritts, Steven Klein, Ryan McGinness, Wassily Kandinsky, Marc Chagall and many more!

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647 Fulton Street
Brooklyn, NY 11217


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