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Top News! At Presidential Carter Center Auction
-- Jerome Lawrence Painting sells for $21,000.00
Carter Center Winter Weekend - San Diego, California - February 2013
Title: "Beginning meets end at all points between" It has occurred to me on my journey that I am the same person looking out at the world as when I was a child, the same before my illness, during my illness and now having recovered at age 52. One could say that whatever my location, I stand at a point where beginning and end meet to touch hands across the expanse. My expectation is that I will be the person looking out from my ending to shake hands with my beginning. --- Jerome Lawrence
-- Jerome Lawrence Painting sells for $16,000.00
Title: "Passions Rise" by Jerome Lawrence, whose beautiful works have become favorites at Winter Weekend auctions. Winning bid sixteen thousand dollars. Year 2012
-- Jerome Lawrence Painting sells for $20,000.00
ITEM #22 JEROME LAWRENCE ORIGINAL
Title: "Respect" The lilac background contrasts sharply with the shades of white, blue, lilac, and gold of the flower shown in this original painting by Jerome Lawrence, whose beautiful works have become favorites at Winter Weekend auctions. Lawrence, who lives with mental illness, has been a presenter with Rosalynn Carter in Carter Center Mental Health Program events. The colorful work on stretched canvas measures 30 x 40 inches and is not framed. This painting comes with a book written by Mr. Lawrence about his art, for which Mrs. Carter wrote the foreword. Year 2011.
Winning Bid: Twenty Thousand Dollars
-- Jerome Lawrence Painting sells for $13,000.00
Title: "Building Hope" In October 2005, The Carter Center monitored elections in Liberia. While there, Carter Center staffer Deborah Hakes took a photograph of a Liberian woman waiting with ballot in hand to vote. Artist Jerome Lawrence used Ms. Hakes' photograph to create this original Painting. In the painting, Mr. Lawrence transforms the tree from the photograph into an indicator of voter participation. The word "vote" is repeated to produce the dark areas in the bark of the tree and represents those who have cast their ballot. The lighter part is free from words in recognition of citizens who have yet to vote. The painting comes with a copy of the original photograph signed by Ms. Hakes. Mr. Lawrence, who has struggled with mental illness, has participated with Rosalynn Carter in Carter Center Mental Health Program events. The colorful work measures 30 x 40 inches. Donors: Jerome Lawrence- Painting, Deborah Hakes- Photograph Winning Bid - $13,000.00 Year 2010.
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