RB – Paintings and sculpture


Art calendar

* Saturday 9/30/17 – At Bronxville Public Library – reception 2pm – 5pm (Fran Sisco leaving at 4:30pm to be in a 5pm stand-up comedy show at Dangerfield’s Comedy Club NYC.

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Paintings

Title: – “The Luck Tree”

By: Fran Sisco – Copyright 2018 Fran Sisco. All rights reserved
Painting (Acrylic – 24″ x 36″)
Price – $1,700 for limited edition replica.  Original – Not for sale.
Note from artist – The acrylic painting called “ The Luck Tree,” is of the Luck Tree in my front yard. The painting was exhibited at the Bronxville Public Library for inclusion in the “Speeder (over 55)” art show with an open reception on Sunday 9/23/18 through 10/27/18. For more info, please contact Fran Sisco via email at FrancisSisco@aol.com, or via facebook message st Francis Sisco, or via her website at www.TransFranSisco.com.
Price info:
(1) Original 24″ x 36″ (3/4 inch thick) without “Luck Guarantee”- Not for sale.
(2) Numbered 24” x “ 36” print-on-canvas (1.5 inches think) without “Luck Guarantee” – $1,350.
(3) Numbered 24” x “ 36” print-on-canvas (1.5 inches think) WITH “Luck Guarantee” – $1,700  The Luck Guarantee is that the buyer, if desires, will get a full refund within 30 days for the return (undamaged) of the item if the buyer does not believe that the piece brought “contagious luck” related to to luck experienced with a full-size actual Luck Tree.  Background story is that according to certain customs, mainly Native American, and in particular – Cherokee, if the branches cut from a tree in not good health are removed or reused by leaning the branches (after painting and decorated) against the tree, then the tree will regain good health and significant luck will be bestowed (perhaps by nature) on the owners of the adjoining property.

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Title: – “One Night in September 1989”

By: Fran Sisco – Copyright 2018 Fran Sisco. All rights reserved
Painting (Acrylic – 24″ x 36″)
Price – $1,800 for limited edition replica.  Original – Not for sale.
Note from Artist – This acrylic was made from a print-on-canvas of a drawing/painting made by Fran Sisco and Kelly Sisco on 9/20/1989 (when Kelly was 5 years old)

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By: Fran Sisco (Date: 9/10/17) Copyright 2017 Fran Sisco. All rights reserved
Painting (Acrylic – 24″ x 36″)
Price – $950 for numbered replica.  Original – Not for sale.
Artist’s statement: “Trans-carnation” is an acrylic 24″ X 36″ painting created by Fran Sisco that uses the transgender colors of soft pink, baby blue and white to illustrate an aspect of her being a transgender woman.  She feels as if she is “reincarnated” as a new person with an interesting blend of masculine (blue) and feminine (pink) and in-between (white). Furthermore, she feels that her self-respect enables her stand tall in a field of other carnations, shown here split mostly male on the left and female on the right with a few crossovers. Fran hopes her piece is a positive message for viewers to see that it is okay to express your true self.

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Title: “Transition”

By: Fran Sisco (Date: 9/7/12) Copyright 2012 Fran Sisco. All rights reserved
Painting (Acrylic – 24″ x 36″)
Price – $3,200 for numbered replica.  Original – Not for sale.
Artist’s statement – Transition is part of all our lives and should be embraced. This acrylic abstract 24″ X 36″ piece was created by Fran Sisco to explain visually her concurrent transitions: (1) from male to female and (2) from left-brain focused (analytical and structured) to right-brain focused (creative and intuitive). The art uses images to show these transitions, with her world going from confused in the valley, then in a flow from the left side (standardized, organized, boxy), up toward the top with her world becoming upside down, and then down the right side (spiritual, passionate, sensitive), while in the middle is the display of male on one side of a curved door to female on the other side, with the female persona getting enlarged. Celebrate your transitions!

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Title: “The Soul”

By: Fran Sisco (Date: 3/29/15) Copyright 2015 Fran Sisco. All rights reserved
Painting (Acrylic – 24″ x 36″)
Price – $2,800 for numbered replica.  Original – Not for sale.
Artist’s statement:  “Soul” is a 24″ X 36″ acrylic painting that showcases a diversity of colors, shapes and relationships that may be presented in one’s life, influencing a heightened expression of love for life and fulfillment of the soul (e.g. emotions of joy, sorrow, ascension, fluidity, organization, vivid, stark, background), in effect that magnificence of the soul.

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Title: “Perspective”

By: Fran Sisco (Date: 3/15/15) Copyright 2015 Fran Sisco. All rights reserved
Painting (Acrylic – 30″ x 40″)
Price – $3,100 for numbered replica.  Original – Not for sale.
Artist’s statement: “Perspective” is a 30″ X 40″” acrylic painting, in which I tried to capture the universality that emanates from the particularity of a commonplace scene – in this case a piano in the corner of a living room, and the many inferences that could be drawn from the detail. In addition, I experimented with additional insights that could be gained from “tilting” the perspective of part of the scene, in this case showing the sliding door as if it wrapped further away from the scene instead of closer into the scene. Was it to push away the nature existing outside door or to pull it in by presenting a tilted perspective that catches attention? Perhaps, the concepts of music, creativity and life enjoyment of family that are shown in the scene are tied to archetypal elements of nature or maybe in ways not fuller understood or apparent to us?

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Title: “Silver Linings”

By: Fran Sisco (Date: 3/31/17) Copyright 2017 Fran Sisco. All rights reserved
Painting (Acrylic – 30″ x 40″)
Price – $950 for numbered replica.  Original – Not for sale.
Artist’s statement: “Silver Linings is a 30″ x 40” Acrylic painting that conveys multiple messages, including (1) life has many paths, some perplexing and some traditional, some old and some new (2) light is provided by multiple sources and (3) when there are clouds or rain or rocky times, there is always “silver linings” that often are not realized until much later.

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Title: “All Kinds of People”

By: Fran Sisco (Date: circa 1975) Copyright 1975 Fran Sisco. All rights reserved
Collage – 30″ x 40″
Price – $950 for numbered replica.  Original – Not for sale.
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Sculptures

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“Ribbons in the Sky”

Designed by Fran Sisco in 2016

Design for a 40′ high steel sculpture for a LGBT Memorial

Fran Sisco’s innovative design for a 40-foot tall LGBT Memorial to be built adjacent the Hudson River in Greenwich Village, NY, at about 12 Street. The sculpture is made of 6 steel “ribbons” that are one foot wide and 1/2 inch thick. David Kindrick did the below 3-D rendering of Fran Sisco’s sketch and drawings. For more info, please contact Fran via phone at: 914.589.1013

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                                 “Ribbons in the Sky” Sketch for NYS LGBT Memorial by Fran Sisco that was
                                                              used in creating the 3-dimension sketch
                                                        Copyright 2016 Fran Sisco.  All Rights Reserved
                                                                    Date Added to Website: 11/12/16

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Prior shows:

Art and Pride alert – Fran Sisco’s sculptures and paintings will be on display for sale (a portion of the proceeds to go to the LOFT) at the LOFT’S Pride Fest from 12noon to 5pm on Saturday 6/3/17 in White Plains, NY, .  Watch Fran’s short video and see the photos for more info, and see the LOFT Flyer and go to http://www.loftgaycenter.org for more info.  Also, visit http://www.TransFranSisco.com for more info about Fran’s artwork, or contact her at FrancisSisco@aol.com.
For photos, see the end of this page.

The following photos relate to the video show at the top of this page:

 

 

 

 

 

 


date______ Bronxville Women’s Club – Beaux Arts Finale

date______ Bronxville Women’s Club – Beaux Arts exhibit

date______ New Rochelle Public Library – Annual art exhibit of the New Rochelle Council of the Arts

date______ New Rochelle City Hall Rotunda – Special art exhibit

 

 

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