AANR Education Foundation Art Raffle

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 The AANR Education Foundation is a charitable partner of the American Association for Nude Recreation. The Foundation provides grants and scholarships to organizations and individuals that support the Foundations goals and objectives, which are to educate the public about the values and benefits of nude recreation and to ensure an understanding of nudism and its rightful status as a social and recreational practice 

The Prizes

  • Four Full Moons

    Four Full Moons                                                                           
    Artist:    Lisa Ewald 
    framed giclee print 
    This unframed 22” by 29” giclee print of “Four Full Moons” was created by Lisa Ewald from the Magnetawan region of Northern Ontario was donated by Kay Brownell the owner of Windows to the North Gallery. The inclusive gallery represents over 40 women artists, traditionally under-represented in the art world, all of whom reside in the Magnetawan/Burks Falls of the region of Ontario. The use of color and simple lines by Lisa brings to life simple activities such as social gatherings around a pool or on a dock. Who among us cannot relate to this relaxation as well as the broad-brimmed hats.

    Full moon.jpg 1.13 MB
  • Moon Dance

    Moon Dance                                                                                 
    Artist:    Sue Romaniuk 
    fused glass 
    This original, one-of-a-kind,  9.5” by 15.5” fused glass plaque is a celebration of life under the stars and moon. Created by Sue Romaniuk a recognized glass medium artist Sue has been included in the “One of a Kind” show in Toronto, Ontario, and is one of the 40 women artists represented in the Windows to the North Gallery.  The work is suitable for framing or presenting on a plate stand. May we all enjoy the stars, the moon and dance like nobody is watching.

    Moon Dance.jpg 2.26 MB
  • Raku Buffalo

    Raku Buffalo                                                                                 
    Artist:    Al Gilewicz 
    Pottery, Raku fired w/glaze 
    This buffalo was slip cast from a specifically created mold by artist Al Gilewicz of Buffalo NY and raku fired with glazes designed to image the colors of an American buffalo. Standing 8” high, 12 “ long and 4” deep, each fired piece is unique in its coloring based on the reaction of the red hot pottery when removed from the kiln, the glazes used and the combustible materials into which the piece was placed. This buffalo survived the fragility of slip casting and the cracking prevalent in raku firing where 30% of all works may be lost due to the drastic thermal shock it undergoes. An icon of the American West and the resiliency of rust belt city Buffalo, NY, this buffalo is sure to draw your attention no matter where it is placed in the home.

    buffalo.jpg 5.88 MB
  • Way to Market

     Way to Market                                                                                           
     Artist:  Myra Levine 
    Acrylic on canvas 
    This unframed 16 x 20 inch original acrylic on canvas.

    way to marget.jpg 190.98 KB

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