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PRATT FINE ARTS CENTER

Pratt the

32nd annual

fine art auction

M A T C H I N G

C H A L L E N G E

P R E S E N T E D

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2014 AUCTION CATALOG


32ND ANNUAL FINE ART AUCTION

Introduction

You’re nobody ’til somebody loves you. You’re nobody ’til somebody cares. Since the legendary days of Sinatra, Martin, and Davis Jr., Vegas has been a hotbed for talent and spectacle. At tonight’s shindig we channel that spirit in spectacular fashion, bidding boldly on the incredible work from hundreds of local artists and letting it ride in support of access to art for all at Pratt Fine Arts Center. Headlining tonight’s main event is a dazzling group of board, staff, and volunteers who lent their time and creativity to the planning committee. And if this were The Sands Hotel, we’d light up the marquee with the names of The Pratt Pack’s favorite crooners, co-chairs Adam Glant and Walt Riehl. We are humbled by their service and we thank them dearly. Upping the ante is the Klorfine Foundation, raising the stakes for tonight’s Raise the Paddle appeal with a very generous $250,000 match. Help us show our immense gratitude by joining The Pack, giving generously and rising the meet the challenge in full.

Sip a martini with class or do like Frank and tip back your flask. Gamble for a chance to win big and don’t miss the opportunity to double down! Thank you for your support and may Lady Luck be ever on your side.

Cheers,

Bob Swain Steve Galatro BOARD PRESIDENT

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

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PRATT FINE ARTS CENTER

TA B L E O F C O N T E N T S 3

Honorary Auction Chairs

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Pratt Pack Artist Awards

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Auctioneer & Entertainment

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Chihuly Drawing

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Flasks & Martini Glasses

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Bidder’s Guide

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About Pratt Fine Arts Center

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With Thanks

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

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Raise-the-Paddle

5:00 PM

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Silent Auction One Item Listing

Doors Open Silent Auctions Begin Hors d’Oeuvres

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Silent Auction Two Item Listing Silent Auction Three Item Listing

6:15 PM Closing of Silent Auction One

6:30 PM Closing of Silent Auction Two

101 Live Auction Item Listing 6:45 PM 171 Artist & Experience Index

Closing of Silent Auction Three

7:00 PM Seating for Dinner Live Auction & Fun!

10:00 PM End of Auction

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Introduction

To Our Honorees, Richard and Barbara Wortley Dear Rich and Barbara, People are honored for different reasons. Sometimes it’s for generosity of time and resources, sometimes it’s for service and dedication, sometimes it’s to recognize true leadership and community-building. With you, it’s all of the above. With you, it’s about honoring two incredible people who always show up. You show up with boxes of donated art materials for youth classes and stacks of old newspapers for the glass studios. You’re there when the envelopes need stuffing or fundraising calls need to be made. You are the first ones in the dirt on campus clean-up day and the last ones to leave when setting up for an event. You are always there to support the artists at our events and to lend thoughtful insights to various committees and meetings. And who could forget the time that you conference called in to an important meeting from the back of an elephant, while vacationing a world away (true story!). Perhaps the only quality that rivals your unmatched commitment to showing up is your ability to pair it with a genuine care for the work of the organization, for the well-being of its community, and for the support of artists. We are humbled by your true devotion and we all are lifted up because of it. We are deeply grateful for your service. Please accept our heartfelt thanks for all that you’ve done for us. Sincerely,

All of Us

The Artists and Advocates of Pratt Fine Arts Center

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AR T I ST  AWAR D S

The Pratt Pack’s Artist Award Winners

JUROR’S EXCELLENCE AWARDS Selected individually by each of our jurors, three prizes are awarded for overall artistic excellence. Winners: Riisi by Sean and Armelle Bouchet O’Neill (#36) Dirty River by Chandler Woodfin (#51) Bound Fish by Buster Simpson (#56)

CONCEPTUAL VISIONARY AWARD One prize, determined by the jury as a group, is awarded for an artwork that demonstrates conceptual appeal beyond traditional aesthetic valuations. Winner: Puzzle – A Painting in 150 Parts by SuttonBeresCuller (#2)

SKILL ARTISTRY AWARD One prize, determined by the jury as a group, is awarded for the artwork that best demonstrates superior craftsmanship and mastery of materials. Winner: Guard by Carol Milne (#22)

DIRECTOR’S CHOICE AWARDS Selected exclusively from silent auction categories by Pratt Fine Arts Center’s Executive Director, Steve Galatro, three prizes are awarded to highlight work worthy of honorable mention. Winners: Dragon Dreams by Abbie Birmingham (#111) Chrysalis (a ring) by Susanne Lechler-Osborn (#205) Long Rolling Wave by Karen Mahardy (#316)

PRATT FINE ARTS CENTER THANKS BLICK ART MATERIALS FOR THEIR GENEROUS SUPPORT OF ARTIST AWARDS.

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32ND ANNUAL FINE ART AUCTION

Introduction

Jury Members MARGERY ARONSON is an independent curator and a member of the Association of Professional Art Advisors who has worked for The Museum of Modern Art in NYC, the National Endowment for the Arts and the Seattle Art Museum. Margery is responsible for and serves as curator of the collection of Northwest art at the Sheraton Seattle Hotel as well as The Pilchuck Glass Collection at City Centre. As an independent curator, she has worked for SAM, the Museum of Glass, SeaTac Airport, Bumbershoot, City of Everett, the Morean Arts Center in St. Petersburg, FL, and the Bay Area Glass Institute, CA.

FRANCISCO GUERRERO is an Associate Professor in the Fine Arts Department of Seattle University where he teaches painting and drawing. Francisco is the Founding Director of the Seattle University Visual Artist in Residence Program, a residency on SU’s campus that is in its sixth year. A native of Southern California, Francisco’s art practice has gone from traditional portraiture and pop surrealism through abstract mapping of nuclear testing and his current project of “Lowrider Drones.”

BRYAN OHNO has owned and operated the Bryan Ohno Gallery since 1996. The gallery features contemporary art that blurs the line between art and science, challenges the art traditions, and embraces evolving cultural intersections. Urban Art Concept, his public art organization conducts “Think Like an Artist” workshops for business professionals to teach sustainable creative practices garnered from his 25 years in the industry and from creative talents like Dale Chihuly. He is an active member of the arts community and serves on the advisory board of 4Culture.

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Ian Lindsay AUCTIONEER

Ian Lindsay is an auctioneer, actor, and acting teacher. He has been honored to assist a wide range of non-profit organizations from around the Puget Sound and beyond. Recently appearing at the Seattle Children’s Theatre, Taproot Theatre and in a SIFF short film, Ian’s theatrical work provides grounding for his auctioneering style. A former member of the Seattle Arts Commission, and current board member of Seattle’s Shunpike, Ian works to promote the fiscal health of the arts in the Puget Sound region and beyond. Ian is proud alum of Seattle University’s Philosophy and Drama programs.

Entertainment DJ VODKA TWIST DJ Vodka Twist is a Seattle club, party, and wedding dj specializing in vintage sounds for over 15 years. You can see him every month at the Roq La Rue gallery and 4 times a year at Seattle’s longest running 60’s dance party, STUDIO 66 at the Lo-Fi Performance Gallery.

CAELA BAILEY Caela Bailey is a Seattle-based chanteuse, dancer, and all around entertainer. She’s been performing and touring with her family’s vaudeville troupe, The Royal Famille DuCaniveaux, since she was two years old. She is the lead singer of Caela and the Dangerous Flares and a member of the award winning cabaret burlesque troupe The Heavenly Spies.

THE VIVA LAS VEGAS PRATT PACK PHOTO BOOTH Presented by Davis Freeman Photography.

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Dale Chihuly

PINK SOFT CYLINDER WITH RED LIP WRAP 10 x 14 x 12

D O N A T E D B Y:

Enter the Pratt Pack drawing and have the chance to own Chihuly’s Pink Soft Cylinder with Red Lip Wrap.

100 / TICKET

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NO L IMIT P E R P ER SON MU S T B E P RE S E NT TO WI N

Chihuly’s Soft Cylinder series showcases a technique of drawing on glass using a series of colored glass shards, carefully placed on a hotplate and then gathered onto the molten piece before the final gather of glass from the furnace. This series has continued to gracefully evolve since Chihuly first began it in 1974. Inspired in form by the languid pull of gravity, and in design by the intricate weavings of Navajo blankets; this classic piece, created in 1989, is exemplary in what it represents of Chihuly’s artwork. Hurry! Only 200 tickets are available and are sold exclusively at the auction.

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Introduction

OWN A CHIHULY!


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Piper O’Neill

LIMITED EDITION FLASKS FOR PRATT FINE ARTS CENTER

Stainless steel vodka-filled 4 oz. flask with hand-applied resin emblem

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50 / EACH

A special thank you to Piper O’Neill for her generous creation and contribution of these amazing Pratt Pack Flasks. Don’t miss your opportunity to own a limited edition stainless steel vodka-filled flask by renowned Pratt Artistin-Residence and Trustee Piper O’Neill. Flasks are only available at the Pratt Pack Preview Night and Auction. Collect all 4 in the series! Tipsy, Hammered, Loaded, and Shit Faced featuring a custom-made blend by Glass Vodka. ONLY 1 0 0 AVAIL AB L E

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32ND ANNUAL FINE ART AUCTION

Introduction

Martini Glasses A special collection of hand­blown martini glasses are for sale this evening for $150. Each piece was created by a Pratt artist, and the purchase of a martini glass includes bottomless drinks throughout the auction, including this evening’s custom cocktail: Fly Me to the Moon. Be sure to make your selection early! There are a limited number of glasses and you won’t want to miss out on this Pratt tradition.

This year we are featuring martini glasses by: Brandon Callahan Alix Cannon Ben Cobb Scott Darlington Jeanne Marie Ferraro Rich Langley Donna McCord Chris Schulke

Granite Calirmpong Jason Christian Mike Cozza Nick Davis John Hogan Chuck Lopez Jared Rosenacker Sasha Tepper-Stewart

Tonight’s featured cocktail recipe:

FLY ME TO THE MOON 2 oz. Absolut Vodka ¼ oz. Orange Triple Sec 2 dashes Scappy’s Orange Bitters Shake with ice and strain into a martini glass. Garnish with orange twist.

CUSTOM COCKTAIL COURTESY OF:

SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR 2014 MARTINI GLASS SPONSORS:

Walt and Pat Riehl

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Bidder’s Guide BIDDER NUMBERS You will be given a bidder number on a card at the registration desk as you enter. All sales will be recorded by that number. If you and your guest requested separate bidder numbers, you will each receive a packet listed under your individual name. If you requested a shared bidder number, you will receive a single bidder packet with two bidder cards enclosed.

SILENT AUCTIONS To bid on items in the Silent Auction, write your bid number opposite the dollar amount on the bid sheet. The amount of your bid should never be less than the incremental bid specified on the sheet. You may skip lines if you wish. In order to guarantee your purchase of a silent auction item, enter your bid number in the “Guaranteed Purchase Price” box. There may be only one number in the Guaranteed Purchase Price box. The person whose number appears in the box will immediately own the item. At the close of each Silent Auction, an auction staff person will circle the highest written bid for each item. In the event of a dispute, at the discretion of the auctioneer, final oral bids will be taken from those who have already placed written bids.

LIVE AUCTION The Live Auction will begin simultaneously with dinner service, and will continue until all items have been auctioned. To make a bid, hold up your bid card. The highest bid number acknowledged by the auctioneer will be the purchaser. In the event of a dispute between bidders,

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the piece may be withdrawn and new bidding initiated at the discretion of the auctioneer. We are delighted to welcome Ian Lindsay to Pratt as Auctioneer for this evening’s festivities. Ian is an auctioneer, actor, and acting teacher. He has been honored to assist a wide range of non-profit organizations from around the Puget Sound and beyond. A former member of the Seattle Arts Commission and current board member of Seattle’s Shunpike, Ian works to promote the fiscal health of the arts in the Puget Sound region and beyond.

RAISE THE PADDLE AND THE KLORFINE FOUNDATION MATCH After item #40 of the Live Auction, as announced by Auctioneer Ian Lindsay, attendees will be invited to support Pratt through a Raise the Paddle appeal. Each pledge made at the event will be generously matched by the Klorfine Foundation up to $250,000. When Ian Lindsay announces the level at which you would like to participate, hold your bid card high until he reads off your bidder number.


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Enroll in Express Pay when you check in. By registering for Express Pay, you can avoid standing in line to pay for your purchases at the end of the night, and can proceed directly to pick-up. To participate in Express Pay, you may provide a designated check-in assistant with a signed imprint of your credit card, or a signed check made out to Pratt Fine Arts Center. These will be kept on file for the event, and at the close of the evening, your purchases will be paid as you have directed. Receipts for those items you purchase will be delivered to you at your table during the evening. A statement of all charges will also be mailed. If you do not make a purchase during the evening, your charge slip or check will be shredded.

CHECK OUT Pratt Fine Arts Center accepts Visa, MasterCard, cash, and personal checks as payment for auction purchases. Express Pay participants will have received a copy of their bid form(s) at their tables. They may proceed directly to pick-up without being obliged to stop at the Cashier’s Station first. Those not using Express Pay should stop at the Cashier’s Station after 9 pm to receive a statement of purchases based on their bidder number and to make payment. You will need to show this purchase statement with proof of payment to the assistants at the Pick-Up Stations. Items become the property and responsibility of the purchaser upon receipt. All sales are final the night of the auction. Buyer is responsible for removing all artwork and other purchases from the auction premises at the close of the event.

SALES TAX, DEDUCTIBILITY, AND SERVICE FEES No sales tax will be charged for purchases made during this event. Pratt Fine Arts Center is a registered 501(c)3 charitable organization. If your purchase price for an item exceeds its fair market value as stated in the catalogue, the overage may be deductible as a charitable contribution. Please consult with your financial and tax advisor for details. All art and experience purchases will be subject to a standard 10% processing fee, which will be added to your purchases upon check-out. These fees allow us to provide you with quality auctioneer services, accurate data entry staff, and professional cashiers.

GENERAL INFORMATION Pratt Fine Arts Center reserves the right to add or withdraw items to or from the auction without notice. Every attempt has been made to describe and catalogue all items accurately, but all items are offered “as is, where is.” The values listed are estimates of fair market value only. Items have not been appraised. Each person attending the auction assumes all risks and hazards related to the auction and items obtained at the auction. Each attendee agrees to hold harmless from any liability arising there from Pratt Fine Arts Center, its elected and appointed officials, members, and employees, the auctioneer, the auction company and its agents and employees, the event organizers, sponsors and volunteers connected to the auction.

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Introduction

EXPRESS PAY


PRATT FINE ARTS CENTER

About Pratt Fine Arts Center Pratt Fine Arts Center began in 1976 as a tiny art facility with a big vision to build a community of artists and an educational center providing the tools and the training to support the creation of art. Today, Pratt is making that vision a reality by being… The Place to Make Art! Pratt Fine Arts Center is proud to serve as a lasting tribute to Edwin T. Pratt, a man who devoted his life to improving the quality of life for all people. Mr. Pratt served as Executive Director of the Seattle Urban League from 1961 to 1969. His assassination in that year by unknown assailants was deeply felt by many Seattleites who depended on Pratt’s calm leadership during a period of social upheaval. For 38 years, Pratt has been providing the Northwest community with the opportunity to experience art. Pratt’s classes teach more than 3,500 students and its studios serve more than 500 working artists each year. Its classes, lectures and programs reach more than 20,000 people annually. Affordable studio space with an unparalleled array of equipment provides artists of all ages and abilities with the opportunity to learn, to experiment and to create.

PRATT STAFF Steve Galatro Executive Director

Ryan Davis Operations Manager

Oakley Allred Community Events Manager

Natalie Dupille Digital Marketing Assistant

Lori Bailey Database Administrator

Giustin Durrall Printmaking Studio Monitor /Technician

Renee Carroll Evening Administrative Assistant Rebecca Chernow Hotshop and Coldshop Coordinator David Clark Sculpture Technician Rand Coburn Closer/Charger Dustin Curtis Evening Administrative Assistant Julie Custer Grant & Sponsorship Manager Scott Darlington Glass Studio Manager

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Lisa Geertsen Metal and Stone Sculpture Studio Manager Laura Hammarlund Development Director Lisa Hammond Weekend Administrative Assistant Julia Harrison Jewelry/Metals Coordinator Todd Jannausch Wood Studio Manager Myra Kaha Youth and Teen Manager

Kamla Kakaria Printmaking/Painting/ Drawing Studio Manager Brennan Kasperzak Closer/Charger Chuck Lopez Glass Studio Technician Cheryl Matson Flameworking Coordinator Marilyn Montufar Weekend Administrative Assistant Jan O’Callahan Information Technician Stefanie Price Customer Service Manager Nicholas Pullen Woodshop Coordinator Anne Randall Jewelry/Metals Studio Assistant Mark Rudis Sculpture Coordinator

Sasha Tepper-Stewart Kilnshop Coordinator Rebbecca Tomas Jewelry/Metals Studio Manager Crystal Valdez Evening Administrative Assistant David Vogan Facilities Assistant Lindsay Walter Marketing Director Rickie Wolfe Printmaking Coordinator


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HONORARY AUCTION CHAIRS

BOARD OF TRUSTEES

PRATT ADVISORY BOARD

Richard & Barbara Wortley

Bob Swain President

Chris Abrass Sandra Carlson Michael Casteel Manya Drobnack Roger MacPherson Susan Mersereau Gary Molyneaux Michael Monroe Debora Moore Ann Suter

AUCTION COMMITTEE Adam Glant Co-Chair Walt Riehl Co-Chair Lee Campbell Erika Dalya Massaquoi Madeline Dow Pennington Jan Fisher Teri St. Onge Katherine Wax Rickie Wolfe

AUCTION VOLUNTEERS Ryan Chesla Auction Volunteer Coordinator Dana Standish Development Support Volunteer Sacha Van De Zande Art Auction and Procurement Intern

Brian Flock President-Elect Katherine Wax Vice President Jan Fisher Secretary Ronda Miller Treasurer Richard Wortley Past President Greg Clark Erika Dalya Massaquoi Madeline Dow Pennington Richard Frank-Huff Adam Glant Jonathan Himschoot Norma Klorfine Liz Lee Kevin Noschese Piper O’Neill Mimi Pierce Jenny Pohlman Ryan Matthew Porter Walt Riehl Kirsten Tollefson Sarah Traver Fletch Waller

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Thank You THE PRATT PACK SPONSOR GIFTS Gifts for The Pratt Pack sponsors were created at Pratt Fine Arts Center. Thank you to the following artists for creating our flameworked swizzle sticks and glass coasters: Swizzle Sticks Donna Prunkard Leslie Thiel Cheryl Matson Ellen Harbison Felicia Wartnik Stacy Frost Glass Coasters Sasha Tepper-Stewart Ashley Perez Scott & Jessica Darlington Katherine & Jason Wax Lee Campbell Steve Galatro Adam Glant Madeline Dow Pennington Oakley Allred

PREVIEW NIGHT: Made at Pratt Miniatures Exhibition Donating Artists Tina Albro Luann Bice Lee Campbell Paul Casey Giustin Durall Steve Galatro Lisa Geertsen Kerstin Graudins Stephanie Hargrave Tom Henscheid Cynthia Hibbard Kamla Kakaria Malcolm Ford Joan Mamelock Carolyn Michael

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Daniel Nielsen Berkeley Parks Mark Rudis Tiffany Thiele Jodi Waltier Rickie Wolfe

PRATT AUCTION SUPPORTERS

Matching Gift Challenge Sponsor Martini Glass Sponsor Walt & Pat Riehl Artist Award Sponsor Blick Art Materials Artist Table Sponsors Chris & Itamar Abrass Brown & Brown of Washington Manya & Gary Drobnack Perkins Coie Wet Dog Glass Benefactors Michael & Cathy Casteel Manya & Gary Drobnack Nintendo of America, Inc. Patrons Susan & Lonnie Edelheit Michele & Kyle Peltonen Table Captains Kathy Alvord Gerlich Brown & Brown of Washington Sandra & Kent Carlson Chihuly Garden and Glass Daniels Real Estate Madeline Dow Pennington & Ryan Pennington Manya & Gary Drobnack Jan & Carl Fisher Brian Flock & Samantha Kanner


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In-Kind Sponsors Artech Fine Art Services Art Exhibition Services Bellevue Arts Museum Chihuly Garden and Glass Chihuly Studio Erika Dayla Massaquoi Davis Freeman Photography Glasscraft Glass Art Society Legacy at Pratt Park Museum Quality Framing Pernod Ricard USA – Absolut Vodka Precept Wine – Waterbrook Winery Redhook Brewery

glassybaby Kerstin Graudins Stephanie Hargrave Tom Henscheid Ben Hummer Etsuko Ichikawa Piper & Billy O’Neill Pratt Fine Arts Center’s Board of Trustees STG Presents Seattle Art Museum Sky City at the Needle Sound Spirits Distillery Julie Speidel The Hardware Store The Ruins Urbane Restaurant Volterra Walla Walla Foundry and Vineyards Rickie Wolfe

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Adam Glant Graham Baba Architects Gustafson Guthrie Nichol Heartland, LLC Jonathan Himschoot & Kevin Cunningham Stephanie Hirano Perri Lynch Howard & Craig Howard Julie & Don James Norma & Leonard Klorfine Nancy & Roger MacPherson Ronda & Brad Miller Mary & Gary Molyneaux Samantha & Dirk Muse Kevin Noschese Perkins Coie Mimi Pierce Jenny Pohlman & Sabrina Knowles Melanie & Chad Simpson Robert Swain & Stefano Catalani Sarah Traver Richard & Barbara Wortley Ann Wyman

Special Thanks Mikele Keiffer of Tuzzie Muzzie Duffy Kingsolver, Photographer Alex Martin of Jubilee Event Engineers Michael Monroe, Preview Party Emcee Dan D. Shafer of Dandy Co. Rena Walsh, Photographer John Yeager, Videographer Auction artwork photography provided by Alec Miller Arts. Auction catalog and invitation design by Dan D. Shafer of dandy-co.com

Experience Package Contributors Alaska Airlines Lyn Bishop Tom Challinor Charles Smith Wines/K Vintners El Guacho Foundry Vineyards Lisa Geertsen Glass Distillery

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RAISE-THE-PADDLE! At Pratt, we strive to make art accessible to everyone: access to arts education, access to highly specialized equipment, access to the transformative experience of making art. Revenue generated through Raise-the-Paddle appeal will be used in direct support of our mission, helping to make the creative experience possible for the widest possible community. Your contribution will allow Pratt to:

• Keep class prices and studio rental rates to a minimum • Offer free weekend classes for local children • Provide scholarships and tuition assistance for those in need • Bring renowned Master Artists to campus to share creative intelligence and unique perspectives from all around the world Raise your paddle to spark over 20,000 imaginations in our creative community this year. Raise your paddle to provide supplementary arts education for over 750 children and teens this year. Raise your paddle to foster the careers of over 300 hundred local artists who will make their living through our studios this year. Pratt Fine Arts Center is so much more than a place to make art – it is a dynamic, creative community and you can have an impact on its future.

MATCHING CHALLENGE Tonight you are presented with a very special opportunity. When you raise your paddle in support of Pratt Fine Arts Center, your gift will be multiplied! We are delighted to present a matching grant opportunity provided by the generous trustees of the Klorfine Foundation. The Foundation will match up to $250,000 in funds raised during Raise-the-Paddle this evening. Matching funds will be used to create an investment fund that will generate income for years to come. This is a rare opportunity to multiply your investment and leverage each generous dollar to its highest possible impact. Will you join us in meeting the challenge?

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GIVING LEVELS Our Auctioneer will provide opportunity to give at the levels below. Consider your willingness to give and choose one or more levels to total your contribution

25,000 $ 10,000 $ 5,000 $ 2,500 $ 1,000 $ 500 $ 250 $ 100 $

Thank you for your support!


S I LE N T A U C TI ON

ONE  CLOSING TIME:

6:15 PM


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Andrew Horch PEACOCK VASE $

101

The unusual properties of reactive colors in blown glass have been guiding Andrew Horch’s most recent work. Certain colors, when combined, react chemically to create new colors and textures. To make the vessel, reactive colors were layered on top of each other, then the glass was raked to form unique patterns. Halos appear at the boundaries between different colors. These halos give the piece unusual depth and texture. As a glass artist, Andrew has been working exclusively at Pratt Fine Arts Center for the last three years. He is also an electrical engineer, a career that has made him attentive to qualities of precision and flow.

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blown glass 2013 13 x 8 x 8

500

Cedric Van Eenoo UNTITLED

150

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Like a child creating extraordinary stories from insignificant details, this image offers a space for imagination and emotion, re-inventing the world around it.

ITEM

digital photograph on wrapped canvas 2013 10 x 8 x 1.5

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Joy Jackson ACORN $

103

ITEM

Joy Jackson is a Seattlebased artist with many years of glassblowing and glass sculpting experience. She earned her MFA in glass and sculpture from Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia.

Silent Auction 1

blown glass 2004 12 x 8 x 8

350

www.vetriglass.com

Margaret Chodos-Irvine DAPHNE $

104

Margaret Chodo-Irvine uses a variety of printmaking techniques to create innovative patterns, vivid colors, and uniquely textured imagery in her work. She has illustrated 11 books for children and has been recognized with starred reviews and other honors. This piece, originally shown at Grover/Thurston Gallery as part of her Greek series, is relief print from paper block.

ITEM

relief print on paper 2010 40 x 26 (framed)

400

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Giustin Durall UNCLE BILL $

400

105

ITEM

Giustin Durall is a printmaker and studio assistant at Pratt Fine Arts Center.

linocut print 2009 20 x 16 (framed)

Joan Mamelok OPPOSITION $

106

Printmaker Joan Mamelok loves paper and working with all different sorts of plates. Dance and music is a constant presence in the art studio and in her head. She works spontaneously with line, shapes, and color. Joan’s prints are usually intuitive and abstract, albeit a response to music. However, Joan recently embarked on more representational works over the past year. This piece, Opposition, relates to her having lived abroad, and especially reflect memories of places and close relationships.

ITEM

monoprint collage 2013 26 x 16 (framed)

400

www.mamelokprintmaking.com

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RESTRICTIONS: ALL ART & EXPERIENCE PURCHASES ARE SUBJECT TO A 10% PROCESSING FEE.


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Deidre Nelson

TUMBILI SEE TUMBILI DO $

107

ITEM

Deidre’s love of art started a long time ago as a child. It continues to this day and has led her into making functional glass art. Deidre has found her artistic expression explodes in the world of glass, where she can bring both beauty and functional art into everyday life.

Silent Auction 1

kiln-formed and blown glass 2014 9x6x6

450

Susanne Ratcliff Wilson METAMORPHOSIS 1 $

108

Susanne Ratcliffe Wilson is an artist working in kiln-formed glass. She attended training courses at Bullseye Glass in Portland and enjoyed Catherine Newell’s class at Pilchuck Glass School in the summer of 2008. She is currently exploring the role of chemical reaction between glasses containing sulfur and glasses containing copper. Metamorphosis 1 reflects manipulated color transformations and flow between layers of sheet glass, frit, and powders. Susanne works with glass because it is a medium of endless possibilities limited only by her imagination. Pratt Fine Arts Center makes it possible for her to have a regular glass practice through its generous rental program.

ITEM

kiln-formed, slumped glass 2014 5.75 x 12.25

300

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Lisa Snow-Lady STOPPED $

109

Lisa Snow-Lady paints everyday places and ordinary things that surround her. With a limited palette of acrylic paints, through harmonious color, simple shapes, and balance, she works out reoccurring themes of interiors, streets, and gardens. Of particular interest to her are residential neighborhood street scenes and the play of light and shadow on structures.

ITEM

acrylic on panel 2011 12 x 12 x 1.5

425

Lisa’s artistic influences include Vermeer, Vuillard, Bonnard, Diebenkorn, and the many writings of Madeline L’Engle. Her work is in the collections of Swedish Hospital, the University of Washington Medical Center, and Multicare Health System; Woodward Canyon recently used her art for wine labels. www.lisasnowlady.com

Barbara Solomon DESERT BEES $

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110

In Desert Bees black flies crawl over an abandoned grain storage building in North Africa. The decaying structure merges with the desert, returning sand and stone to their origins. Barbara Solomon is a printmaker and a bird watcher. Her art is about journeys and freedom. Her imagery includes birds, flight, empty cages, and buildings. Images from her Moroccan series were part of a solo show at the Kirkland Performance Center in late 2013.

ITEM

monoprint 2011 17.5 x 15.5 (framed)

350

www.bsolomonprints.blogspot.com

RESTRICTIONS: ALL ART & EXPERIENCE PURCHASES ARE SUBJECT TO A 10% PROCESSING FEE.


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Abbie Birmingham DRAGON DREAMS $

300

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DIRECTOR’S

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Abbie CHOICE Birmingham AWARD is a print artist who works with a variety of printmaking techniques. This print was created using a shellac plate, incorporating organic forms and tones inspired by the natural world, to which collage elements and hand painting were added.

hand-colored, shellac plate print with collage 2013 22 x 30 (framed)

Virginia Hungate-Hawk URBAN VISION $

450

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Virginia Hungate-Hawk’s inspiration for this print comes from the views of cloudy, obscured mountains that are familiar to residents of the Pacific Northwest. In her Urban Vision series, Virginia combines loose, etched lines with delicate Chine-collé, creating an intimate sky/landscape.

etching with Chine-collé 2013 11 x 14 (framed)

Virginia earned her MFA in printmaking from the University of Notre Dame and has exhibited nationally and internationally, including at several print biennials. She is a printmaking instructor at Pratt Fine Arts Center, Kirkland Arts Center and Stadium High School. www.virginiadorothy.com

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Sachiko Kusachi #4238-14 $

300

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ITEM

#4238-14 is the class number for Pratt Fine Art Center’s Collage class taught by Rickie Wolfe. The 4238 series will be shown in April at Studio 103. Sachiko would like to thank Pratt Fine Arts Center and Rickie for the class. www.sachikokusachi.com

paper collage 2013 26 x 16

Theresa Neinas

THE VIEW FROM THE COUCH OF POSSIBILITIES $

114

Theresa Neinas teaches block printing at Pratt Fine Arts Center and has had her Tools image on the T-shirts sold at Pratt for several years. This piece is three blocks designed from a blind contour drawing of a 1940s piece of bark cloth. Two blocks were carved, one to depict the background color and the other to show the detailed lines. Colored pencils were then used to color in the leaves and flowers.

ITEM

block print with colored pencil 2013 10 x 20.5 x 1.5 (framed)

425

www.nwencaustic.com/portfolio-neinas

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Donna McCord ILLUMINOUS

300

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blown glass 2014 10 x 5 x 5

115

Donna McCord has been teaching glassblowing and making her work at Pratt Fine Arts Center since 2004. She is currently teaching the intermediate glassblowing class. Illuminous is a new series of work using a simple composition of two circles and a star to reflect on human potential. She enjoys engraving on the surface of the glass in the cold shop.

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$

www.mccordglass.com

Kathi Erickson CHUCKANUT DRIVE $

116

Kathi J. Erickson is a painter in oils who grew up in Seattle. She took her first art class over 10 years ago and found she has a passion for art. Chuckanut Drive uses space and depth to give a faraway look. The colors are atmospheric in nature, which gives an emotional feel to the painting. Her paintings have been in juried shows through out the area.

ITEM

oil on panel 2013 16 x 20 (framed)

300

www.kjericksonartist.com

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Masami Koda

UMBRELLA WITH HEARTS GOBLET $

117

Masami Koda was born in Kobe, Japan and works primarily in glass with elements of jewelry fabrication. Koda was educated at the Pilchuck School of Glass and Cleveland Institute of Arts. She earned a BFA in Art from Osaka University of Arts, and she received an MFA in Ceramics from the New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University, both with full scholarships. In 1996 Koda was awarded three separate grants from the Japan Foundation, Consulate General of Japan, and Japanese Association of Northeast Ohio. Koda is represented by Traver Gallery.

ITEM

flameworked glass 2014 11.5 x 5 x 5

350

www.travergallery.com

Julia Heineccius

CLOUD (FROM THE YOU MAY SERIES) $

400

118

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To claim the necklace you must tear the drawing! This series is called you may because the winner of this piece will ask himself/herself permission to destroy the drawing in order to obtain the necklace.

ink/pencil on paper; silver, agate, jade, mother of pearl 2014 30 x 22

Julia Heineccius has been an instructor at Pratt Fine Arts Center since graduating with an MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art in 2012. A member of the SOIL Gallery, she is the current Collins Foundation Artist-in-Residence at Oregon College of Art and Craft. www.jthstudio.com www.soilart.org

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Cynthia Hibbard OAXACAN WALL $

119

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Cynthia Hibbard moves between painting and printmaking, each medium informing the other. In printmaking, she is primarily attracted to the unexpected interplay between images, textures, shape and line. In painting, the way the paint comes to rest on the surface is her impetus every time. Cynthia exhibits at Shift Gallery in Pioneer Square.

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etching with Chine-collé and collage 2013 25 x 25 x 1 (framed)

500

www.shiftgalleryseattle.org www.cynthiahibbard.com

Gwendolyn Santamaria CHINESE BLOSSOMS $

120

Gwendolyn Santamaria’s artwork is inspired by nature, growth, movement, and organic material. In her prints, she creates many textures using a variety of mediums and techniques which include: monotype, collograph, collage, encaustic, etching, lithography, and direct printing. Her work represents life in many different forms; however, while the images may be recognizable, they are not designed to depict true reality. Rather, she intends to maintain the appeal of abstract art and to leave each piece up to the viewer’s interpretation.

ITEM

monoprint with Chine-collé 2010 39.5 x 15.5 (framed)

325

www.gwenkearns.blogspot.com

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Tyler Kimball

BATHYMETRICAL BOTTLE GROUPING $

500

121

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Tyler Kimball is a glass artist living in Oregon and has worked with glass for over a decade. Some of Kimball’s very first gathers were taken out of the furnace at Pratt Fine Arts Center. He was awarded the Jon and Mary Shirley Scholarship through Pratt in 2009. He will be forever grateful for the opportunities and explorations Pratt provides curious artists.

blown glass 2011 Largest: 18 x 5 x 5

Carol Ross CASTING NETS $

28

122

Carol Ross’ work has been described as ‘’loose and energized.’’ She is most pleased with a landscape when it captures the mood and a sense of place. Casting Nets was developed from memories of watching storms wrapping the fishing nets into the sand at Kalaloch Beach on the Washington coast, with waves crashing onto the shore. Carol Ross’s paintings have been shown in numerous Seattle and Eastside galleries; collectors favor them for their often unexpected narrative.

ITEM

encaustic on panel 2010 18 x 18 x 2

475

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Tom Henscheid

CHERRY WOOD BOWLS $

123

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Tom Henscheid received a BFA from Boise State University in 1976 with majors in printmaking and photography. During his college years, Henscheid worked for the Boise Art Gallery and assisted several artisan craftsmen with furniture and remodel projects. For the last 40 years, Henscheid has worked as a professional craftsman using wood, metals and other unconventional building materials to create furniture, architectural components and surface finishes for many of Seattle’s finest homes. Henscheid is also the proud parent of two children – who are practicing artists in their own right – including Pratt instructor Julia Heineccius.

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fumed and oxidized cherry wood with patina 2014 Largest: 7 x 5 x 5

400

Cheyenne Malcolm CAROUSEL $

300

124

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Cheyenne Malcom built, owns and operates a small glass studio called Canned Heat Glass in Portland, OR where he produces his own work as well as rents studio time to other artists. He also works as an assistant and shop tech for a varity of glass artists in Oregon and Washington.

blown glass 2013 18 x 6 x 6

www.cannedheatglass.com

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Frances Smersh

OUTSIDE IN 1, 2 AND 3 $

125

Frances Smersh has taken classes in nearly every studio at Pratt Fine Arts Center and spent five fabulous years on the board of trustees. She has a lovely debt to pay to this place and the people who make it run. When not at Pratt, you can find her, her paintings, and her jewelry at Click! Design That Fits in West Seattle, where she curates a collection of beautiful objects from local artists and international designers.

ITEM

acrylic, charcoal, watercolor pencil 2013 12 x 28 x 1.5

450

www.clickdesignthatfits.com

Cody Messer

FLOWER WINE GOBLET & THREE RATTI MARBLES $

30

126

Cody Messer learned flameworking at Pratt Fine Arts Center. He has created a nice flower goblet for spring, and three matching ratti implosion marbles.

ITEM

borosilicate glass 2014 Goblet: 7 x 3.5 x 3.5

350

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Tammra Fowler HIDE N’ SEEK $

127

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Tammra ‘’TC’’ Fowler loves her camera. She has traveled the world over documenting her travels via photos. She has been involved with various charities including WishUpon-A-Star, Pinktober, SPEAKS Education for Children and others. Fowler’s work is currently on exhibit at the Crooked Tree Arts Center in Petoskey, MI. Fowler’s love of nature and all its seasons are reflected in her artwork.

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color photograph 2013 13.5 x 13.5 (framed)

300

www.tcfowlerphotography.zenfolio.com

Tammra Fowler WHEEL OF IVY $

128

Tammra ‘’TC’’ Fowler loves her camera. She has traveled the world over documenting her travels via photos. She has been involved with various charities including WishUpon-A-Star, Pinktober, SPEAKS Education for Children and others. Fowler’s work is currently on exhibit at the Crooked Tree Arts Center in Petoskey, MI. Fowler’s love of nature and all its seasons are reflected in her artwork.

ITEM

color photograph 2013 13.5 x 13.5 (framed)

300

www.tcfowlerphotography.zenfolio.com

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Janet Price

GHOST RANCH CAMPFIRE $

325

129

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The Southwest with its incredible light, brilliant colors, expansive landscapes, and fascinating cultures greatly influences Janet Price’s artwork. She goes to Ghost Ranch every year to paint and camp with other artists.

acrylic on canvas 2011 12 x 12 x 1 (framed)

Janet works in acrylic, print, and collage. She has studied at Pratt Fine Arts Center, and with artists in Seattle and Taos. She is a signature member of the International Society of Acrylic Painters (ISAP). With studios in the Taos and Seattle areas, she is part of two vibrant artistic communities. www.janetsart.me

Robert Burch FRACTURED BOWL $

130

Robert Burch moved from Atlanta to Seattle to be closer to the community of glass artists in the Northwest. His knowledge of glass working comes from years of assisting different glass artists across the globe. His favorite color currently is dark blue, but it changes from time-to-time.

ITEM

blown glass 2014 6x7x7

300

www.robertgburch.com

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Ellen Cullom CITY $

131

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Ellen Cullom is inspired by the colors and patterns of everyday life: the bright scarf of a woman at Starbucks, Christmas ornaments on display at the department store, the overhead electric bus lines against a brilliant blue sky. Ellen likes to abstract what she sees into simplified geometric designs that burst with color and maintain precise edges and lines between adjacent shapes. She is a largely self-taught artist, whose paintings are designed to create a light, bright, pleasant image for you to look at and enjoy.

ITEM

acrylic on board 2011 9.5 x 17 (framed)

300

Lily Idle

SUBMERGED SEATTLE $

132

In her photographs, Lily aims to create unique worlds using traditional darkroom methods. Through the use of double negatives and negative manipulations (such as light leaks and hot glue), she tries to tell a story in her photos while also attempting to create images that are uniquely a product of the darkroom, which results in images that are impossible to recreate digitally. While she appreciates the benefits of the digital age, she laments the film apocalypse. The physical and timeconsuming nature of darkroom printing plays a large role in her work. She prefers to photograph people, and her images maintain a very human presence even if no person is physically present within the frame.

ITEM

silver-gelatin print 2013 16 x 20 (framed)

300

www.lilyidle.com

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Nan Wonderly SUNNY DAY $

133

Nan Wonderly is a Seattle artist working in recycled tin, using discarded objects and upcycling them into art. Her work is informed by her travels, most recently in Cuba and a six-week artist residency in Italy. There is an air of nostalgia conveyed in the antique tins she prefers, and the evocative images she juxtaposes.

ITEM

tin collage 2013 10 x 19 x 1

350

www.buildingc.com

Jane Edgley

MULTILAYERED OPAQUE AND TRANSPARENT BOWL $

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134

When Jane Edgley saw fused glass for the first time she immediately loved it and wanted to learn how to make it. Research led her to Pratt Fine Arts Center, where she greatly enjoyed fusing classes. Most of her current work involves fusing multiple layers of glass to achieve 3-D depth. It is Jane’s goal to create beautiful and useful items that are unique and showcase techniques of glass handiwork that can’t be duplicated by mass production. Her work is always lead-free.

ITEM

fused glass with steel stand 2013 5 x 12 x 12

300

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32ND ANNUAL FINE ART AUCTION

Chuck Pefley

PALAZZO CONTARINI DEL BOVOLO $

135

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In a career spanning almost 40 years, photographer Chuck Pefley has seen much. Chuck cut his photo-eye teeth on a 1950s era Kodak 35mm Rangefinder camera, long before the digital revolution was dreamt of. Change is neither good nor is it bad. However, evolution does alter our way of doing things. This photo from one of his trips to Italy was made digitally using Canon equipment, processed in his digital darkroom and printed on his Epson large-format printer.

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color photograph 2005 20 x 28 (framed)

350

www.chuckpefley.com

Michele Landsaat TWO SISTERS $

136

Michele Landsaat is a writer, illustrator and printmaker. Two Sisters is a soft ground etching with Chine-collé. It’s the first print from an edition of five. Michele’s work is allegorical in nature and mines the vast world of dreams and symbols hiding beneath the surface of perception. She is fascinated with the alchemical nature of the etching process.

ITEM

soft ground etching with Chine-collé 2013 9 x 6 (framed)

350

www.michelelandsaat.com

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Hallie Harris

WHAT HAPPENS IN VEGAS... $

137

In a studio filled with vibrant colored paint bottles and stacks of paper and canvas, you will find Hallie Harris. Residing in Lakebay, Washington, she works well into the night on new creations. She finds inspiration from family photos, magazines and music. Pops of color and unexpected characters come to life, and every canvas has a story to tell. She asks for views of her work to find their own meaning and interpretation of each image. Hallie has been featured in several group shows around the country. She is a self taught artist.

ITEM

watercolor on paper 2014 11 x 14 (framed)

300

www.hallie-harris.com

Jan Branham WASH DAY $

450

138

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This print is one from a body of work that Jan is currently developing called Ansisters / Mancestors. The people portrayed in her prints are derived from snapshots Jan inherited after her mother’s death. Though not all labeled, Jan knows that these people are her family; grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins, second cousins, third cousins, close family friends, relatives by marriage – her Ansisters and her Mancesters.

intaglio print with collage 2014 31 x 23 (framed)

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Ansisters / Mancesters consists of different printmaking techniques that include etching, linocut/woodcut, serigraphy, collagraphy, monoprinting, and a combination of techniques. She credits Pratt Fine Art Center for facilitating her vision, teaching her techniques, enhancing her style and inspiring her in her printmaking pursuits.

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32ND ANNUAL FINE ART AUCTION

Kim Van Someren SHIFTING ON TRACKS $

139

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Kim Van Someren holds an MFA in printmaking from the University of Washington. She is currently the instructional technician in printmaking, fibers, painting, drawing and IVA at the University of Washington. She is also an instructor in etching at Pratt Fine Arts Center and Kirkland Arts Center. Van Someren has exhibited locally and nationally; her work is included in several collections, including that of the New York Public Library, the University of Iowa, the University of Washington and Yale University’s Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library. She is represented locally by Davidson Galleries.

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etching, woodcut, silkscreen 2014 15 x 11 (framed)

500

davidsongalleries.com | kimvansomeren.com

Inna Peck

SPEND TIME WITH GHOSTS $

350

140

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Inna Peck’s current work illustrates abstract representations of landscapes, and ideas of adventure and exploration. Though she works in many different media, Peck returns to printmaking again and again.

screenprint and mixed media 2012 16 x 20 (framed)

www.etsy.com/shop/thesourhour

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Annie Lewis

CHARTING THE FREE FALL $

325

141

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Line and pattern exploration are central to Annie Lewis’s print work. Her language of symbols examines the concept of letters creating words and words creating stories. Lewis teaches at Gage Academy and has been affiliated with the SAM Gallery and Fetherston Gallery. www.annielewisprintmaker.com

collaged monotypes 2013 29 x 19 (framed)

Shirley Sing A BOY $

38

142

Shirley Sing is an artist who would like us to experience the life of this young child in his most precious moments. She paints this in a transcendent way, as a tribute to those we’ve lost in our struggle for equality for all. A Boy is a story of the world; it is about hope and love for our children to live a safe and respected life. It depicts the hope that we can all live in a peaceful world someday without violence and tragedy.

ITEM

acrylic on canvas with mixed media 2013 36 x 24 x 1.5

300

www.shirleysing.com

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Michele Landsaat FALLEN QUEEN VII $

143

ITEM

Michele Landsaat is a writer, illustrator and printmaker. Fallen Queen VII is one of only three intaglio prints made before the plate was transformed into another image. Michele’s work is allegorical in nature and mines the vast world of dreams and symbols hiding beneath the surface of perception. She is fascinated with the alchemical nature of the etching process.

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intaglio print 2013 9 x 6 (framed)

350

www.michelelandsaat.com

Julia Rackley

BINOCULAR VISION $

144

Julia Christensen Rackley is a multi-media visual artist, designer, and community volunteer who believes in the transformative power of the arts. She creates her work to communicate her ideas and views on the state of the world, its people, flora and fauna. Binocular Vision celebrates the scientific nature of the owl’s biology and our fascination with the fast disappearing raptor itself. Multi-media materials including acrylic paint, mediums, collage elements, inks, and transfers build the canvas into an exhibit. She recently won the Sammi Arts Award, and co-curated her first artist’s exhibit: The Heron Project, for artEAST Art Center.

ITEM

mixed media collage 2013 12 x 12 x 1.5

325

www.julierackley.com

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Brett Polonsky INTO THE SEA $

145

Brett is an abstract painter who works mainly with acrylics on canvas. Brett’s paintings are bold, sometimes colorful, always layered and textured creating a rough canvas. His work doesn’t often involve any recognizable forms, at least not on the surface. Most feature coincidental, accidental and unexpected connections, which make it possible for each viewer to see in them something unique. Brett is also an author, visual designer, and teacher. Brett currently lives and works in Seattle.

ITEM

acrylic on canvas 2013 24 x 24 x 1.5

425

www.brettpolonsky.com

Emma Levitt

ATMOSPHERIC DIVIDE $

300

146

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Emma Levitt’s work investigates presence and physicality. Working with cyanotype, a non-silver photographic process, she explores the emulsion’s potential as a light-sensitive material that can be used for both painterly and photographic imagery.

cyanotype painting 2013 10 x 8 (framed)

Emma has been a recipient of Pratt’s Seattle Print Arts Scholarship and an ArtBridge Fellowship. She exhibits locally, and internationally. Her work is included in the collections of Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center, John Hancock and Special Collections at Washington University. Emma received a BFA from Washington University in St. Louis and is an MFA candidate at the University of New Mexico. www.emmajanelevitt.com

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32ND ANNUAL FINE ART AUCTION

Pratt Students: Advanced Fusing & Design Elements CRAZY QUILT VESSEL $

147

ITEM

Crazy Quilt Vessel was made in Pratt Fine Arts Center’s Fall 2013 Advanced Fusing and Design Elements class taught by Patty Grey. Participating students were Andrea Anderson, Rob Caplan, Janice Marshall, Deirdre Nelson and Richard Sutherland. All stu­dents contributed individual works to create a fused plate. Glass artist Ryan Staub then donated his time to blow the fused plate into this beautiful vessel.

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fused and blown glass 2014 16 x 6 x 6

350

Becky Birinyi SCATTER $

148

Becky has a strong color sense and it is that love of color that is at the heart of her images. It is the interaction between colors, the intensity, the amount of a par­ticular hue, the placement within the work, and the shift from one color to another that keeps her intrigued.

ITEM

monotype 2012 12 x 18 (framed)

450

Scatter is a monotype based on photographs Becky took of her garden in the fall. It is a unique image built up of many layers of oilbased ink. The inks are painted on a Plexiglas plate using both brayers and brushes, and sometimes stencils. The process employs both additive and reductive methods. Paper is put on the plate, then run through the press many times to create the depth of color and overlapping shapes. www.beckybirinyi.com

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Tom Henscheid

GROOVED PAPER BIRCH BOWLS $

149

Tom Henscheid received a BFA from Boise State University in 1976 with majors in printmaking and photography. During his college years, Henscheid worked for the Boise Art Gallery and assisted several artisan craftsmen with furniture and remodel projects. For the last 40 years, Henscheid has worked as a professional craftsman using wood, metals, and other unconventional building materials to create furniture, architectural components and surface finishes for many of Seattle’s finest homes. Henscheid is also the proud parent of two children - who are practicing artists in their own right - including Pratt instructor Julia Heineccius.

ITEM

paper birch with milk paint 2014 Largest: 5 x 12 x 12

250

Colleen Monette BEEHIVE SERIES I $

150

Colleen Monette has worked in encaustic for seven years, in 2D, 3D, as well as in found object assemblage and sculpture. She lives, works, and teaches in Walla Walla. In her studio practice, she strives to create a marriage of abstraction and realism, environmental and subconscious perceptions. Being drawn to the beauty as well as the destruction of the natural world, she explores the ongoing massive die-off of the honeybee, combining plaster, wax, and collage elements to convey the warmth of the hive and begin a dialogue about the bees’ plight.

ITEM

encaustic and mixed media 2013 10 x 10 x 1

300

www.colleenemonette.com

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32ND ANNUAL FINE ART AUCTION

Amy Pruzan

ACROSS THE SHORE $

151

ITEM

Amy Pruzan works in a variety of media, but maintains a strong focus on glass, metal and photography. She earned her BFA degree, magna cum laude, from Cornish College of the Arts in 2006, with triple majors in sculpture, print and photography. Pruzan has worked along side many prominent local artists such as Sonja Blomdahl, Ginny Ruffner and Martin Blank. Recently Amy was honored with both the Corning Award nomination from Pilchuck Glass School and the ArtBridge Fellowship from Pratt Fine Arts Center. www.blownawayglass.net

Richard Rhodes SANDSTONE PLATE $

152

Richard Rhodes apprenticed as a stonemason in Siena, Italy after graduate studies in London. As the first non-Italian admitted into Siena’s ancient masonic guild in 726 years (operative branch of the Freemason’s, heirs to the cathedral builders of Europe), he is known throughout the sculpture and stone community as the “last apprentice.” Though now branching into other media such as cast bronze, Rhodes credits his guild training as the major influence in his sculptural practice.

ITEM

carved sandstone 2014 diameter: 12 inches

300

www.rhodesworkdesign.com

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photo laminate on cast glass with copper-plated steel base 2012 7x6x4

450


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Anne Randall

BUNNY WARS NECKLACE $

201

Why do the bunnies fight? Is it carrot geography, perceived ethnic superiority of standing vs. crouching postures or doctrine differences about invading Mr. McGregor’s garden? Let there be peace among all furry long-ears. Let’s make a statement that we are a conflictfree voice for those who cannot speak for themselves. Artist Anne Randall lends her metals skills to adornment with a message. She loves fire and tools and situationally appropriate laughter.

ITEM

oxidized sterling silver 2014 Length: 18 inches

350

www.sorrisettidesigns.net

Marina Marioni POPE’S RING $

202

Marina Marioni crosses the boundaries of traditional jewelry-making by employing a variety of techniques from many different jewelry disciplines. She enjoys the challenge of figuring out how to make her designs transform from drawings on paper to three dimensional objects. Always curious, Marioni continues to learn and explore different media. Her jewelry is represented by Seattle’s Facèré Jewelry Art Gallery.

ITEM

sterling and fine silver, antique velvet, glass 2014

400

www.facerejewelryart.com www.marinamarioni.com

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Cheryl Matson KINETIC NECKLACE $

203

Inspired by the energy that is present at Pratt Fine Arts Center, this one-of-a-kind necklace is made of over 175 flameworked glass beads. The metallic shine was created by rolling the hot beads in powdered metallic glass. The beads were then woven together for a spectacular presentation of a wearable piece of art. Artist Cheryl Matson is a frequent instructor at Pratt and also the warm shop coordinator.

ITEM

flameworked glass 2014 Length: 21 inches

500

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Bob Hoffmeyer

GRECIAN GODDESS NECKLACE & EARRINGS $

204

Bob, a founding member of the Maui Glass Artists Association, moved to Seattle from Hawaii in 2010 and quickly found Pratt Fine Arts Center to be a treasured new place to work and be inspired. Stimulated by the endless possibilities that torch-worked glass offers, Bob’s work is constantly evolving as he pursues new dimensions. Bob’s glass art has been represented in numerous juried and non-juried shows, galleries and exhibitions in Washington, California and Hawaii.

ITEM

lampworked glass 2011 Length: 18 inches

550

www.bobhoffmeyer.com

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Susanne Lechler-Osborn CHRYSALIS (A RING) $

DIRECTOR’S

CHOIC E  AWARD

205

Susanne Lechler-Osborn is interested in the interplay of impermanence and permanence that gives identity to life. With this piece, Chrysalis, she utilizes iron wire that rusts, ephemeral paper, and permanent material such as titanium and Perspex, to capture the essence of these liminal moments. LechlerOsborn’s work evolves in an organic fashion, creating items in which the journey is as important as the end product. The intimate scale of jewelry and its potential for promoting human connections and remembrance endears her to this wearable art form.

ITEM

paper, steel, titanium, perspex 2013

400

Amy Hamblin

UNDER THE PILINGS NECKLACE $

48

206

Under the Pilings is the first of a new collection of wearable artwork inspired by Amy Hamblin’s Rubber Wall Tattoo Series. These colorful pieces are narrative layerings of abstract and referential elements inspired by sea life, internal anatomy and microrganisms. Using scissors to cut discarded rubber playground balls, Hamblin combines and layers these colorful free-form shapes to compose wearable rubber “paintings.”

ITEM

hand-cut rubber playground balls 2013 Length: 20 inches

300

www.AmyHamblinArt.com

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Ellen Harbison

BANGLES, BANGLES, BANGLES $

207

Artist Ellen Harbison created this set of five fine silver, 10-gauge bangle bracelets with a variety of textures, and five matching sterling silver 12-gauge bangle bracelets. Mix and match them or give them to your family or friends; there are plenty to go around!

ITEM

fine and sterling silver 2014 Diameter: 2.5 inches ea.

500

www.ellesbeads.com

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Heather Kraft

INTERNATIONAL NECKLACE TRIO $

208

Driven to reinvent our idea of the heirloom, Heather Kraft’s jewelry is composed of vintage and contemporary porcelain tableware. Using disregarded objects, she reinvents them in contemporary and dynamic forms to make them once again accessible. For these necklaces, Kraft cuts and carves the porcelain and arranges the pieces into compositions informed not only by each segment, but by the imagery on their surface. The necklaces are then fabricated using gold and silver findings.

ITEM

reclaimed vintage china with gold fill chain 2013 Length: 16 inches ea.

425

www.materialandmovement.com

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Tia Kramer

FULL SINE NECKLACE + LINGERING TRIANGLE EARRINGS $

209

Tia Kramer is a Seattle-based installation, sound, and adornment artist who has been integrating handmade paper into her work for the last 10 years. Influenced by daily interactions with the environment and movement, Tia’s jewelry collections are performative sculpture for one’s ears, architecture for the body. Her work is exhibited at galleries and museums internationally, including the San Francisco MOMA, Seattle Art Museum Store, Velvet Da Vinci Gallery, Patina Gallery and the CODA Museum (Apeldoorn, Netherlands).

ITEM

sterling silver & handmade waterproof paper 2014 Length: 18 inches

575

www.tiakramerjewelry.com

Iris Guy

LABRADORITE EARRINGS AND BRANCH NECKLACE $

210

Simple, contemporary, and lightweight, Iris Guy’s jewelry collection offers something for everyone. Each individual piece is handmade, culled from unspoken desires, playful rock shapes and organic and architectural forms. Guy earned her BA degree at the renowned Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in Jerusalem, Israel. As the popularity of her personal collection grew, Iris decided to create a line of jewelry for the retail market. Today the Iris Guy collection is available at fine boutiques and galleries around the world and in the prestigious Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Israel and the Seattle Art Museum.

ITEM

oxidized sterling silver with labradorite 2014 Length: 36 inches

400

www.resoul.com/jewelry

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Sarah Gascoigne

LATE WINTER BERRIES NECKLACE $

211

Sarah Gascoigne is a jewelry artist and longtime teacher at Pratt Fine Arts Center. Her piece Late Winter Berries is reminiscent of the berries in the Northwest, still bright against the snow or mute colors of winter. The molten surface of the catch is punctuated by a garnet, a splash of 24k gold, and two secret sapphires.

ITEM

sterling silver with quartz, garnets, sapphire 2010 Length: 18 inches

300

Recently Sarah has exhibited in New Zealand and Britain. Sarah specializes in work for the Orthodox Church, and has pieces installed in churches across the United States. www.sarahgascoigne.com

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Leah Kangas

STACK EARRINGS THREE $

212

While Leah Kangas acknowledges that she did not invent the circle, her love of the form is no less than if she had. A self-taught artist, Kangas’s attention to detail throughout her creative process is not only essential to the quality of her work, it’s a key element to her sustainability as an artist. She loves that because of her material choices and use of traditional craftsmanship, the possibility exists that something she’s created could have existed throughout much of human history. Unique doesn’t have to be complicated.

ITEM

oxidized sterling silver with 10 & 18 karat gold 2013 Length: 4 inches

350

www.leahdawndesign.com

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Esther Ervin

SEA CREATURE NECKLACE & EARRINGS $

213

Esther’s works are part of a continuing series, which often explores the spiral as a metaphor for nature and as the entrance to the spirit world. Many of her works are derived from living organisms, both microscopic and macroscopic. She is a former recipient of the Gregory M. Robinson Scholarship and PONCHO Artist-in-Residence awards at Pratt Fine Arts Center. Esther was also a resident at the James W. Washington Foundation and an Artist Trust EDGE Program graduate. Her works have been shown in numerous juried exhibitions throughout the region. You can find more of Esther’s jewelry at Al Doggett Studio in Seattle and at the Northwest African American Museum gift shop.

ITEM

hand-fabricated copper 2011 Length: 18 inches

325

www.estherervin.com

Felicia Wartnik

SILVER RINGS NECKLACE $

52

214

This necklace is part of a series of jewelry work exploring the artistic possibilities of manipulating and connecting fused silver rings. Felicia Wartnik loves to create wearable art using glass, silver or a combination of the two. She has previously taught glass beadmaking at Pratt Fine Arts Center and Glass Stock West in Oregon. Felicia’s work has been shown at Pratt and in the International Society of Glass Beadmakers (ISGB) juried show Venture, her work will also be featured in upcoming exhibits in Seattle, Portland, and the United Kingdom.

ITEM

fine silver 2014 Length: 18 inches

650

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32ND ANNUAL FINE ART AUCTION

Sacha Van De Zande DIAMOND CUFF BRACELET $

215

Sacha Van De Zande received her BA with a focus in metals from the University of Wisconsin, La Crosse in 2000. She worked as a bench jeweler for a few years before opening her business in January 2003. As a goldsmith she specializes in custom designs and one-of-a-kind work. New to the Tacoma/ Seattle area, Sacha is currently pursuing an MFA in Arts Leadership at Seattle University.

ITEM

sterling silver with diamond in gold bezel 2014 Diameter: 2.5 inches

400

www.goldsmithdesigner.com

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Sacha Van De Zande GOLD & DRUSY EARRINGS $

216

Sacha Van De Zande received her BA with a focus in metals from the University of Wisconsin, La Crosse in 2000. She worked as a bench jeweler for a few years before opening her business in January 2003. As a goldsmith she specializes in custom designs and one-ofa-kind work. New to the Tacoma/Seattle area, Sacha is currently pursuing an MFA in Arts Leadership at Seattle University.

ITEM

14kt gold with drusy and citrine 2014 Length: 2 inches

625

www.goldsmithdesigner.com

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Sigal C. Druckman

GLASS GEAR EARRINGS (FOREST)

100

$

Sigal Claudia Druckman graduated with a Bachelor of Design and major in glass from Bezalel Academy of Art, Jerusalem, Israel in 2010 where she has also taught flameworking and preparatory art classes. She continues to teach private flameworking in her own studio, and works with at-risk teenagers. Druckman has exhibited her work at the Israel Museum and the Nelly Aman Gallery in Tel Aviv.

ITEM

flameworked glass 2013 Length: 1 inch

217

Sigal C. Druckman

GLASS GEAR EARRINGS (SEA FOAM)

100

$

Sigal Claudia Druckman graduated with a Bachelor of Design and major in glass from Bezalel Academy of Art, Jerusalem, Israel in 2010 where she has also taught flameworking and preparatory art classes. She continues to teach private flameworking in her own studio, and works with at-risk teenagers. Druckman has exhibited her work at the Israel Museum and the Nelly Aman Gallery in Tel Aviv.

ITEM

flameworked glass 2013 Length: 1 inch

54

218

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32ND ANNUAL FINE ART AUCTION

Sigal C. Druckman GLASS GEAR EARRINGS (BULLSEYE)

100

$

Sigal Claudia Druckman graduated with a Bachelor of Design and major in glass from Bezalel Academy of Art, Jerusalem, Israel in 2010 where she has also taught flameworking and preparatory art classes. She continues to teach private flameworking in her own studio, and works with at-risk teenagers. Druckman has exhibited her work at the Israel Museum and the Nelly Aman Gallery in Tel Aviv.

ITEM

flameworked glass 2013 Length: 1 inch

219

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Leslie Theil

ALL TOGETHER NECKLACE & BRACELET $

220

Pratt Fine Arts Center is where it “all comes together’’ for artist Leslie Theil. Pratt is where Leslie finds the individuals that inspire her and help her to grow as an artist. This piece was made at Pratt during one of those inspiring sessions. It can be worn as a 30-inch necklace or the two pieces can be worn separately as a bracelet and necklace.

ITEM

glass, sterling silver, onyx, copper & brass 2014 Length: 30 inches

425

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Ann Scott

GRADUATED GIGANTOR NECKLACE WITH EARRINGS $

221

Ann Scott is an artist/educator who has maintained a professional studio since 1982 after graduating with a BFA in jewelry/metalsmithing from Moore College of Art in Philadelphia. In 2003 she received her Master of Arts in Teaching from Pacific University and has been teaching in the Columbia River Gorge since then. Her sculptural jewelry is lightweight and strong. She strives to create a balance between the edges of geometry and the organic form of the human body by purposefully creating shapes that are not perfect. Her work has been shown nationally and internationally since 1982.

ITEM

oxidized sterling silver 2013 Length: 18 inches

425

www.modernann.com

Kristen Scott

MY RED BAUBLE NECKLACE AND EARRINGS $

350

222

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Good design peels away extraneous material and ideas to reveal the essential. As an architect, Kristen Scott looks to simplify and support the essence of her design concept. In jewelry design, she’s drawn to the natural world, creating pieces that reflect the abstract pattern of nature.

sterling silver, leather, venetian beads 2014 Length: 20 inches

My Red Bauble is a playful piece with heavy old Venetian glass meant to move with the wearer and reveal different compositions. Hand hammered in silver with dark torch-made patinas that echo the age of the old African trade beads, her rustic pieces are all held with simple kinetic connections that shape movement. www.kristenscott.net

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32ND ANNUAL FINE ART AUCTION

Checha Sokolovic

CEMENT EARRINGS AND NECKLACE $

223

Checha Sokolovic grew up in Yugoslavia. In 1994, she moved to Canada and later to Seattle to pursue a career in architecture and interior design. After years of collecting unique pieces of jewelry from all around the world and developing her connoisseur’s eye and aesthetic, she recently began making her own jewelry, exploring architectural forms and materials in unexpected scale.

ITEM

cement, sterling silver 2013 Length: 18 inches

350

www.studiochecha.com

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Carolina Andersson

LABRADORITE / STERLING CUFF $

224

Carolina Andersson studied jewelry making in Italy and has been making jewelry for the last 10 years. Carolina loves the versatility and the beauty of silver and gold, and truly enjoys working these metals, transforming them into pieces of jewelry. She hopes those who wear her jewelry will feel this connection as well. This cuff was made especially for The Pratt Pack: Pratt’s 2014 Annual Fine Art Auction; it is the perfect piece to complement your outfit every day, both elegant and casual. Enjoy!

ITEM

sterling silver, labradorite, fresh water pearls 2014 Diameter: 2.25

650

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Jennifer Bennett CHRYSALIS NECKLACE $

225

Making art is a form of meditation for Jennifer Bennett. Sometimes she starts with the material and lets it speak to her, and other times she sees something in nature that she’d like to reinterpret in metal or other materials. The intimacy of jewelry art allows one to subtly be connected to both the person who makes it and the intention behind it. Jennifer is a fan of beauty and quiet revolutions. She is represented by Velvet da Vinci, San Francisco and Ragazzi Flying Shuttle, Seattle.

ITEM

sterling silver and mica 2014 Length: 18 inches

300

www.dilucedesign.com

Kari Goldstein FORTUNE TELLERS $

58

226

Kari Goldstein strives to create a relationship between objects and a viewer’s memory. She draws inspiration from the nostalgia of objects from childhood and enjoys applying an adult context. She earned her BFA from Rochester Institute of Technology in 2005. She currently lives in Seattle and is an instructor at the Museum of Glass, and Pratt Fine Arts Center, and is affiliated with Pilchuck Glass School.

ITEM

pate de verre, enamel 2012 3 x 4 x 4 each

550

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32ND ANNUAL FINE ART AUCTION

Eva Funderburgh THE ODALISQUE $

227

Eva Funderburgh is a Seattle artist working in ceramics, installation, and bronze. Her work emphasizes both body language and emotion, and often explores the boundaries between myth, animal nature, and humanity. She is a member of the Northwest Designer Craftsmen, and in 2010 she was an artist-in-residence at the Guldagergaard International Center for Ceramic Research in Denmark. The Odalisque is cast bronze, one of a limited run of three sets of three different poses, where each set has a different finish.

ITEM

cast bronze and velvet 2012 3x5x5

350

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www.evafunderburgh.com

Sarah Perkins ENAMELED BOWL $

228

As a maker of hollowware, Sarah Perkins uses properties of the metal: the plasticity, the permanence, and the dimensionality. As an enameler, she uses properties of the glass: the preciousness, the texture, and the color. Her current work is primarily bowls and ceremonial vessels because she is interested in the social implications and uses of these forms. Subtle differences in shape affect the meaning of the piece dramatically; an open form is generous and a tighter one more austere and self-sufficient. This bowl is an experimental use of gold leaf on enamel which she intends to use more in the future.

ITEM

copper, enamel, gold leaf 2013 3.5 x 5.5 x 6

600

www.sarahperkinsenamels.com

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Mark Bennion

UNTITLED (FRESCO) #45

1000

$

Mark Bennion is a painter and sculptor who has shown his work across the United States, Canada and Europe since 1968. He lives and works on Vashon Island. Over the past 25 years, Bennion has developed a unique painting process, which he calls fresco, using oil, dry pigment on plaster, and paper on a panel or canvas. Strongly encouraged by mentor William Ivey (1919– 1992), Bennion sees his ‘’frescoes’’ as a confluence of Eastern and Western techniques. The work on plaster is painted and sanded, and painted over and over, sometimes four or five layers but often up to 10 or 12 until the work is complete. Bennion is also a sculptor, exhibiting large-scale geometric welded steel pieces in numerous outdoor installations.

ITEM

oil/ink fresco on panel 2012 12 x 12 x 1

229

www.markbennion.com |

www.travergallery.com

Susan Walker ENTER KNOWINGLY $

230

Susan Walker’s studio is a renovated farmhouse built in 1889 in Issaquah’s historic Gilman Village. Her training has been continuous since her college days at UC Davis, where she had the privilege of working with the great American painter Wayne Thiebaud. Susan attended the University of Washington from 20082010 where she formed collegial relationships with both faculty and the emerging artists in her cohort that continue to sustain her work through art critique groups and collaborative exhibitions. Her work, Enter Knowingly, incorporates oil on canvas and collage. Once the collage is dry, Susan finds a spot, a place, an opening for a tiny oil painting. She chooses iconography from some of her prior paintings, most often doorways or windows.

ITEM

oil and collage on canvas 2012 24 x 24 x 2

600

www.susanwalkerstudio.com

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32ND ANNUAL FINE ART AUCTION

Rebbecca Tomas

THINGS THAT FALL FROM THE SKY $

231

Rebbecca Tomas received her BA in metalsmithing and jewelry design from the University of Iowa. She spent the following three years studying book arts and papermaking at the University’s Center for the Book before relocating to Seattle. A metalsmith and jeweler working in diverse materials, Rebbecca exhibits her work in and around Seattle, and when not at Pratt Fine Arts Center, can usually be found in her studio or out photographing people wearing their ‘’everyday jewelry’’ for her blog, Seattle Maker. Rebbecca is Pratt’s Jewelry/Metals studio manager and teaches classes in enameling and etching.

ITEM

wood, steel, vitreous enamel 2014 16 x 7 x 1.5

650

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Dan McCormack

ALLISONFAY_C_3-18-13--11AD

750

$

Dan McCormack uses the extreme wide angle distortions of the round oatmeal box pinhole camera and the digital colorization to create a series of visceral images. His Nude at Home series is a subset of a larger pinhole camera project begun in 1998. In this series, Dan photographs the model nude in her home, apartment or studio. With the model in her space, all the objects in the image are a part of the life of the model. Then the pose, the furniture and the long, two-minute exposures reveal an intimate portrait of the subject.

ITEM

digital pigment print from pinhole camera 2013 20 x 16 (framed)

232

www.danmccormack.net

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Alex McDermott LOS PICOS

750

$

Alex McDermott’s design inspiration captures the subtle forms and creatures found in the Pacific Northwest. Los Picos or “The Spikes’’ is an original sculpted cast vessel. Alex learned the technique of casting glass at Pratt Fine Arts Center. Her upcoming shows include 3x2 Redux and Art of the Wild, a 50th anniversary celebration of the signing of the Wilderness Act.

ITEM

kiln-cast crystal, copper inclusions 2014 6x8x8

233

www.alexmcdermott.com

Tina Koyama

CERISE & LASER LEMON (CRAYOLA SERIES)

700

$

Cerise & Laser Lemon (Crayola Series) is one in a series of sculptures expressing the relationship between negative and positive space. Using a technique developed by the artist, a single, continuous length of hand-dyed cotton rope is hand-stitched into a free-standing form. Her current body of work includes paintings informed by two opposing styles: sumi-e and gestural abstraction. The former achieves the greatest expression through the fewest carefully executed brush strokes, while the latter relies on the physical act of applying paint to be an integral aspect of the work. She is a former PONCHO Artist-inResidence at Pratt Fine Arts Center.

ITEM

hand-dyed cotton rope & beads 2008 10 x 11 x 9

234

www.tinakoyama.com

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32ND ANNUAL FINE ART AUCTION

Morgan Brig ROVER

700

$

Morgan Brig is a metalsmith, ceramist, and mixed media artist. She loves to illuminate emotions in her work that she finds along her daily path. Rover reflects her bond to her pups and their ritual morning walks. This piece is made of fabricated copper, ceramic, and torch-fired enamel. Brig shows with Patricia Rovzar Gallery in Seattle and Gail Sovern Gallery in Ketchum, Idaho.

ITEM

copper, enamel, ceramic 2013 8x6x3

235

www.rovzargallery.com www.morganbrig.com

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Alex Montgomery FEW ARE CHOSEN $

236

This piece was made using the evaporative foam technique. It’s part of a series about obstacles and choices people encounter. What decisions does one control and what outcomes are influenced by others?

ITEM

cast bronze 1988 8.5 x 13.5 x 9

450

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Melissa Misoda AQUA FADE BOWL $

237

Melissa Misoda has been blowing glass for 18 years and co-owns Misoda Glassblowing Studio with her husband, Andy. She is inspired most by the spontaneity of her medium. Her newest work captures the process of flowing hot glass in a single moment. She strives to create motion in an otherwise motionless object, which influences her to further explore new color techniques in glass. With her special color blending technique, she hopes to further this visual flow through each piece by creating seamless fades from one color into another.

ITEM

blown glass 2013 9x8x8

800

www.melissamisoda.com

Trung Pham EMERGING $

238

Trung Pham wants to depict the potency that lies within the space ‘’in between,’’ which is a space of vital tensions and ambiguity. He uses biomorphic forms in his paintings to represent this dynamic interaction. These natural organic forms are embedded in the visible brush strokes of texture, yet the forms also suspend and integrate with their surroundings, thereby creating a sense of movement.

ITEM

oil on canvas 2013 10 x 24 x 1 (framed)

400

www.trung-pham.com

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32ND ANNUAL FINE ART AUCTION

Nick Ashman

BLUE/GREEN FADE WIG WAGS $

239

Nick Ashman first experienced the glass arts at Pratt Fine Arts Center as a child, where he started as a lampworker. Nick currently splits his time between northern California and Seattle. He focuses on high-detail glass in a variety of formats. His work has been displayed at top Seattle galleries and at national exhibits.

ITEM

blown glass 2013 16 x 12 x 4

600

www.glassinhand.com

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Yulia Chubotin LADY WINTER $

575

240

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Pratt Fine Arts Center has been part of Yulia Chubotin’s life ever since she came to Seattle, in 1993, from Kiev, Ukraine. She has taught watercolor classes at Pratt for over 10 years. www.chubotin.com

watercolor on paper 2013 18 x 14 (framed)

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Steve Galatro CHERRY BLOSSOM $

500

241

ITEM

Steve Galatro has long enjoyed abstract painting as a personal passion but has never shown work publicly, until now. Typically using an element from nature as a point of departure, Steve observes color, texture and form and reflects them in an emotional gesture.

mixed media encaustic on panel 2014 20 x 16 x 3

Mark Rudis

FORGED GARDEN STAKES

1000

$

242

ITEM

Mark Rudis teaches in the sculpture studio at Pratt Fine Arts Center and has been creating art objects since he was a child. Mark is a professional mount maker for the Museum of Glass in Tacoma and private clients. He is a former professor of Welding and Fabrication Technology at South Seattle Community College.

forged steel 2014 90 x 36 x 33

66

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32ND ANNUAL FINE ART AUCTION

Sylwia Tur TEMPLATE 7 $

243

Sylwia Tur is a sculptor and installation artist working primarily in the medium of porcelain. Her interests lie in a variety of systems: language, architecture, and design, distilled to their basic components: organization, grid, proportion, and reduction. Template 7 is part of a larger series of works exploring geometric, architectural shapes meant to resemble fragments of buildings, machines or objects, as if sliced vertically into thin pieces, and either ready to be assembled back or used as templates for future structures yet to be built.

ITEM

porcelain 2013 12 x 12 x 5

500

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www.sylwiatur.com

Richard Glenn HORSE TALES $

244

Richard Glenn is a Portlandbased artist working primarily in kiln-formed glass. Specializing in narrative work involving the use of photographic imagery and text, Richard is a storyteller. His work weaves together color, light, texture, and content in a way that allows viewers to fill in the blanks for themselves. Despite moving to Portland from Seattle in 2004, Richard maintains close connections to Pratt Fine Arts Center and the Puget Sound glass art scene. His work is shown nationally and he has received numerous awards for his unique creations. Time travel, animals, geography, and an obsession with the grid are hallmarks of Richard’s unique style.

ITEM

kiln-formed glass 2010 13 x 18 x 4

650

www.relicsofglass.com

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Lisa Hasegawa UNTITLED 3 $

245

Lisa Hasegawa usually works with letterpress, artist’s books and sewing techniques on paper. Most of her current work is inspired by old ledger and writing papers. She finds the process of art making as important as the finished piece itself; every stitch is sewn by hand, one at a time. Lisa has taught letterpress at Pratt Fine Arts Center since 2005 and won Pratt’s Instructor of the Year award in printmaking in 2007. She also teaches bookmaking classes and won a Larry Sommers Fellowship Merit Award in 2010.

ITEM

drypoint monoprint, stitched thread 2014 20 x 16

600

www.ilfant.com

Jess Eballar

HOW MANY HANDS? #2 $

68

246

Jess’s mottos are: “Master the rules and you will soar,” and “We have to justify our God-given talent or HE will take it away.” This piece was inspired by the American Northwest, which he has admired since his move here in 1970. Jess is influenced by the artwork of the First Nation’s peoples. He is currently a student at Pratt Fine Arts Center.

ITEM

kiln formed glass with enamel paint 2013 10 x 10 x 1

350

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32ND ANNUAL FINE ART AUCTION

Roy Bruno

IS ANYBODY THERE? $

247

Roy Bruno’s fascination with the search for extraterrestrial intelligence is embodied in this recreation of a gamma ray detector located on the planet Hawking in the Sagan Solar System within the Newtonian Nebula of the Goddard Galaxy. Roy has studied glassblowing and woodworking at Pilchuck Glass School, Pratt Fine Arts Center, and the Redmond School of Glass.

ITEM

blown glass with mixed media 2012 18 x 14 x 11

600

www.lightart.biz

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Julie Bergen ’50S COFFEE AD $

248

Julie Bergen began blowing glass after a five-year career as a professional flute maker in Boston. She has a degree in information technology from the University of Massachusetts, and is currently a graphic designer and glassblower. She has studied glassblowing at Pilchuck Glass School, Pratt Fine Arts Center, and Pittsburgh Glass Center and has had the good fortune to learn from many great glassblowers in Seattle. Julie teaches at Seattle Glassblowing Studio and at Pratt Fine Arts Center.

ITEM

blown & sandblasted glass 2009 13 x 5 x 5

850

www.jkbglass.com

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Anne Hedin

THE CITY LIGHTS $

249

Anne Hedin’s artwork comes from a process she calls “merging,” where she takes numerous abstract photos and layers them. Many of her photos are taken of glass or light, with Dale Chihuly being a great inspiration. Often, during the process of layering, an unexpected image will surface in the work, sometimes unsettling and sometimes very satisfying.

ITEM

giclée limited edition canvas Print (1/10) 2013 20 x 30

850

www.hedinanne.com

Angela Scott FLIGHT $

250

Painter Angela Scott uses patterns inspired by nature to explore the complexities of human interaction and individual relationships to the greater natural world. She is interested in the African concept of ‘’Ubuntu,’’ which means a person is a person through other people, and how that concept contrasts with our western notions of independence and self-sufficiency. Her experiences of community have been expanded through extended travels and volunteer work in India and Tanzania. Angela holds a BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design (1999). Her work is held in numerous private and corporate collections.

ITEM

oil on canvas 2011 24 x 24 x 1

925

www.angelaart.org

70

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32ND ANNUAL FINE ART AUCTION

Dan Albrecht ALBERELLO $

251

Dan started working in glass in 2001. He was self-taught until moving to Seattle in 2004 to pursue a career in glassblowing. Dan worked as a hot shop assistant, flameworking instructor and as an independent artist until 2007. Since then, he’s been running a glassblowing department for an architectural lighting firm. He continues to create his own pieces in his studio as well. As an avid outdoorsman, Dan is continually inspired by nature’s patterns and shapes that seem to arise from chaos. With its endless potential for shapes, colors, and luminosity, glass is a great way to convey the beauty and intricacies found in nature.

ITEM

borosilicate glass 2013 30 x 16 x 16

650

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www.albrechtartglass.com

Mary-Melinda Wellsandt DELICATE LEAF IN FIG

700

$

Mary-Melinda Wellsandt has been making ‘pretty’ things since age three, when she painted the gravel from her driveway with watercolors and peddled it around the block to the neighbors. Over the years her work has become more refined and sophisticated, but she has retained her three-year-old sense of joy and delight in the creation of these pieces. Wellsandt’s current work uses functional glass as a surface to explore. The process includes the use of a sandblaster to carve, and permanent paints, enamels and other assorted mixed media to render her original drawings, photos, and paintings in a very unique and clearly ‘’high-touch’’ way.

ITEM

cold worked glass 2013 18 x 7 x 4

252

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Dawn Endean FLOAT II $

253

Dawn Endean’s work is inspired by nature and informed by her studies in archaeology and biology. She is drawn to organic structures viewed on both micro and macro levels. Dawn’s imagery combines calligraphic elements and organizing geometry with cultural relics and anatomical and botanical forms. Sinuous line and lush organic shapes describe ambiguous organisms both real and imagined. Taken together, these disparate elements suggest the documentation of a disintegrating world.

ITEM

shellac plate monoprint, Chine-Collé & acrylic 2011 28.75 x 23.5 (framed)

500

www.dawnendean.com www.shiftgallery.org

Angie Dixon BLUSH APPLES $

254

Angie Dixon’s painting evolved from a deep respect for nature. Asian brush and ink painting crossed her path while she attended the University of Washington, and she pursued it with further studies in the People’s Republic of China. The brush and ink convey so much with so little. The image and space around it merge in and out of each other. Angie explores traditional and contemporary expressions with this timeless medium; she loves it.

ITEM

Sumi and Japanese watercolor on rice paper 2013 16.5 x 17 x 1.5 (framed)

600

www.angiedixonartist.com

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32ND ANNUAL FINE ART AUCTION

Carla Grahn

ABSTRACT/EXPRESS COAT RACK $

500

255

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Carla Grahn has taught creative metal working and welding at Pratt Fine Arts Center for the last 17 years. Inspired by the forms and textures of her materials, Carla creates large, site-specific work, fine art sculpture and functional furniture. www.carlagrahn.com

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steel with rust patina and satin seal 2008 65 x 8 x 6

73


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courage.

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Miro: The Experience of Seeing

GUIDED TOUR AT SEATTLE ART MUSEUM FOR TEN $

301

Enjoy a private, docent-led tour for ten through the Seattle Art Museum’s current blockbuster exhibition, Miro: The Experience of Seeing. Drawn entirely from the collection of the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía in Madrid, this exhibition brings together over 50 paintings, drawings and sculptures made in the period between 1963 and 1981 that testify to the artist’s ingenuity and inventiveness to the very end of his life.

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Tour must be scheduled in advance before the close of the exhibition on May 26, 2014. Some scheduling restrictions apply. Private tours must take place during museum hours and cannot be used on weekends or holidays.

350

www.seattleartmuseum.org

Tom Henscheid

PRIVATE WOOD TURNING LESSON FOR TWO WITH EUCALYPTUS POT $

Experience must be scheduled on a mutually agreeable date before April 26, 2015

76

302

Learn to turn with Pratt Fine Arts Center’s resident wood turning instructor, Tom Henscheid! Tom welcomes artists with any level of experience. For beginners, experience turning a bowl from wood freshly rescued from the arborist. The more experienced turner could refine the techniques of their craft, using sheer cutting and modified tool grinding to produce elegant surfaces. Alternative finishing techniques will complete this exciting process. A typical private lesson for two lasts approximately four hours. All tools and materials are included. Accompanying eucalyptus pot will provide design inspiration for the winning, er “wooding’’ bidder.

ITEM

Eucalyptus Wood 10 x 12 x 12

600

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32ND ANNUAL FINE ART AUCTION

Sound Spirits

DISTILLERY TOUR AND TASTING $

303

Sound Spirits is Seattle’s first craft distillery since Prohibition and maker of premium brands such as Ebb + Flow Vodka and Gin, Sound Spritis Aquavit and Old Tom Gin, Depth Cacao, Menthe and Vow of Silence Herbal Liqueur. The winning bidder of this package will enjoy a private tour of the distillery with up to 20 friends – samples and mixed drinks provided!

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Tours available only Monday – Thursday from 6:00 – 8:00 pm. Experience must be scheduled on a mutually agreeable date before April 30, 2015. All participants must be 21 years of age or older.

250

www.drinksoundspirits.com

Date Night Downtown:

DINNER AND A BROADWAY SHOW $

304

ITEM

Begin your date night in downtown Seattle with a gift certificate to Urbane at the Hyatt at Olive 8. Then head to the Paramount Theatre to enjoy Once, a truly original Broadway experience and winner of eight Tony Awards including Best Musical (2012). Featuring an impressive ensemble of actor/musicians, Once tells the enchanting tale of a Dublin street musician who’s about to give up on his dream when a beautiful young woman takes a sudden interest in his haunting love songs. Additionally, you and your guest can access the Paramount’s intimate VIP Lounge where you can sit back and enjoy a cocktail during intermission.

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Paramount Theatre tickets are only valid for May 27, 2014 performance. Entrance to Paramount’s VIP Lounge is restricted to adults 21 and over. Gift certificate to Urbane at the Hyatt at Olive 8 valid through April 26, 2015 and excludes the purchase of alcohol.

350

www.stgpresents.org www.urbaneseattle.com

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Screenprinting

ART PARTY FOR TEN WITH KERSTIN GRAUDINS $

650

305

ITEM

Kids from six to sixty love learning how to apply images to t-shirts, aprons, and paper. The winning bidder will share the fun with nine others during this four-hour introduction to screenprinting, courtesy of Seattle painter, printmaker, sculptor, and photographer, Kerstin Graudins. All you need to do is show up; all paper, ink, instruction, and studio equipment is included. Your screenprinting art party will be scheduled for a mutually agreeable date in 2014 at Pratt Fine Arts Center. Art party certificate expires December 31, 2014

SODO and Soccer:

GLASS DISTILLERY AND THE SEATTLE SOUNDERS $

306

One night only! Enjoy a funfilled Saturday afternoon and evening on July 26, 2014 with you and five friends. From 4 – 5 pm explore one of Seattle’s premier distilleries with a private tasting for six at Glass Distillery, located in a refurbished 3,800 square foot space in the booming SODO neighborhood. This unique craft distillery produces artisan vodka distilled from locally sourced Chardonnay & Sauvignon Blanc grapes. Next, grab a bite at nearby Henry’s Tavern before headed to the CLINK to watch the Seattle Sounders take on the LA Galaxy at 7 pm. Show your Sounders spirit by wearing the accompanying jersey signed by DeAndre Yedlin and Kasey Keller.

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Package is only valid on July 26, 2014. Must be 21 years of age or older.

500

www.glassdistillery.com

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32ND ANNUAL FINE ART AUCTION

glassybaby

GLASSBLOWING & GRUB FOR SIX $

307

Experience the magic of glassblowing at the glassybaby studio and hotshop located in Seattle’s Madrona neighborhood, and see where hundreds of glassybabies are made each day – many by Pratt Fine Arts Center graduates. Six guests will work individually with a glassybaby artist to each create their own piece of glass art. Guests can choose to make a cup, bowl, paper weight, float or ornament. After you’ve created your masterpieces, enjoy $120 towards dinner at NAAM Thai Cuisine, just around the corner from glassybaby.

ITEM

Glassblowing experience must be scheduled in advance on a mutually agreeable date before December 31, 2014.

650

Janice Miltenberger GOBLETS & VINTAGE WINE $

308

ITEM

Janis Miltenberger is a flameworker and glassblower who lives and works on Lopez Island. Known for her flower goblets, Miltenberger is currently creating larger scale, intricately detailed work. Her training includes studying at Pilchuck Glass School with Susan Plum, James Minson, and Cesare Toffolo Rossit. Accompanying the goblets are two, large format vintage wines from Canoe Ridge Winery.

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lampworked glass 11 x 3 x 3 each

900

www.janismiltenberger.com

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Robin Oakes SNAZZY

750

$

Robin Oakes has been working with glass for over 30 years and involved with Pratt Fine Arts Center for the past 20 years. She works in many different glass mediums, and created this fused and hand-etched glass piece especially for The Pratt Pack: Pratt’s 2014 Annual Fine Art Auction. It is meant to show the glitz and glamour of Las Vegas during the ‘’Rat Pack’’ era.

ITEM

fused and hand-etched glass 2014 12 x 10

309

Robert Mickelsen ORCHID MANTIS $

310

Robert Mickelsen has exhibited and taught extensively at numerous major glass schools including the Pilchuck Glass School, Penland School of Crafts, The Studio at the Corning Museum of Glass and The Pittsburgh Glass Center. He has also produced videos on his flameworking process, and published numerous technical and historical articles on flameworked glass. Mickelsen served for six years on the board of directors of the Glass Art Society. This piece, a favorite of the artist’s, was made during his Life Forms class at Pratt Fine Arts Center in 2013.

ITEM

lampworked glass 2013 6x4x3

800

www.robertmickelsen.com

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Jennifer Umphress CONVERGE

1,500

$

Jennifer Umphress’ work often draws inspiration from her environment. Born and raised in California, she began working with glass in 2000 while living in Hawaii. Umphress now lives and works in Kingston, Washington where the Pacific Ocean continues to influence her work. She studied with Cesare Toffolo during a month-long apprenticeship in Murano, Italy, and has taken workshops with Robert Mickelsen and Janis Miltenberger. Her work has been shown at galleries nationally and internationally. Umphress was awarded the Glasscraft Emerging Artist Award in 2009.

ITEM

cast and flameworked glass 2013 7x5x3

311

www.jenniferumphress.com

Delores Taylor SLIPPERY SLOPE $

312

ITEM

Delores teaches domestically and internationally and has been an instructor at Pratt Fine Arts Center since 2001. Her goal is to see pâte de verre flourish and grow, avoiding the disappearance that happened earlier in ancient Egypt and the 1900’s in France. Taylor’s work can be found in the Microsoft, Aylett Survey, and the Sanbao Ceramic Art Institute collections.

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kiln-cast pâte de verre 2012 3x6x3

850

Slippery Slope is a high-temperature kiln-cast pâte de verre method, requiring a four-part mold to create the final piece. www.delorestaylor.com

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Carrie Goller KITTEN

1,600

$

Raised on Bainbridge Island, multimedia artist Carrie Goller recalls being advised as a child to pursue a career in fine art, but it wasn’t until she battled breast cancer that she became a serious and dedicated artist. From her Bainbridge Island and Hood Canal studios she transitions easily within a wide range of genres and mixed media, including oil and pastel. Her work is held in national and international private and corporate collections. She shows in several galleries and museums, and has been featured on KING 5 TV.

ITEM

oil on canvas 2012 16 x 12 x 2

313

www.carriegoller.com

Daphne Minkoff

MY HEART IS NO MORE $

314

This work incorporates imagery photographed by Daphne Minkoff in Italy, letters from her grandfather, and bee illustrations. By juxtaposing letters from the grandfather she never knew with images of strange and unfamiliar walls, doors and alleys, she explores the inexplicable connections and emotions one might experience with places seen only in passing and objects of sentimental value. The piece’s bee iconography speaks to the idea of communication and the critical nature of this communication to the survival of the hive. For this reason, the bees are a poetic parallel between the letters and graffiti. Daphne Minkoff is represented by Linda Hodges Gallery.

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collage, encaustic, ink, graphite on paper 2009 32 x 40

2,200

www.lindahodgesgallery.com

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32ND ANNUAL FINE ART AUCTION

Jo Moniz

FRYE LINES 4

1,800

$

The Frye series was inspired by a series of watercolor studies of the namesake museum. Clean architectural lines and organic objects have been abstracted from pencil sketches and reinterpreted with washes of watercolor and graphite over panel. Encaustic medium adds texture, color, and gloss. Oil paint diffuses light from some areas of the surface. Jo Moniz presently has representation with SAM Gallery and Palette Gallery in New Mexico. She has also served as a lecturer in design drawing at UW’s College of Architecture. This background has served as a strong influence in her artistic work.

ITEM

mixed media on panel 2013 36 x 36 x 1.5

315

www.jomoniz.com

Karen Mahardy LONG ROLLING WAVE $

In this piece, Karen Mahardy attempts to capture, in the simplest manner, the energy of a long rolling wave as it crashes on the beach, and with it the feeling of land jutting out into the sea versus the expanse of the open ocean as it breaks land.

ITEM

DIRECTOR’S

CH OIC E  AWARD

316

Karen was the recipient of the 2012 Bullseye Glass EMERGE Best Newcomer and Academic awards. She completed her MFA in Glass from Rochester Institute of Technology in 2013 and exhibited with Bullseye Gallery at SOFA Chicago 2013. www.karenmahardyglass.com

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kiln-formed glass 2013 6.5 x 36 x 10

3,000


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David Calles MINI PIMPOLLO

1,100

$

David Calles has owned and operated Miramontes Artworks in Victoria, BC, a studio for independent glass artists as well as a resource for designers and other artists, since 2007. Originally from Buenos Aires, Argentina, Calles studied in London, England and trained as a silversmith in Mexico before receiving a BA from Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island. He later graduated from the glass program at Sheridan College in Ontario, Canada. He has studied under Laura Donefer, Randy Walker, and Ed Schmidt; his work is exhibited in galleries across Canada and the United States. ITEM

blown glass 2011 18 x 6 x 3.5

317

www.vetriglass.com

Sasha Tepper-Stewart IPHICLIDES

1,000

$

Sasha Tepper-Stewart is a native of Western Massachusettes and is currently a glass artist in Seattle. She earned her BFA and Art Education degree in 2007 from Alfred University. She has worked as a staff member and teaching assistant at Pilchuck Glass School, and as a teaching artist at several youth outreach programs including Hilltop Artists. Sasha currently works as an artist assistant to Shelley Muzylowski Allen and Rik Allen, and is also a glass instructor and warm shop coordinator at Pratt Fine Arts Center.

ITEM

kiln-formed and sand-carved glass, mixed media 2013 10.25 x 16.5 x 1 (framed)

318

www.SashaTepperStewart.com

84

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32ND ANNUAL FINE ART AUCTION

Pam Ingalls ANY MINUTE $

319

Pam Ingalls is in love with the way light transforms ordinary objects. Raised in Spokane, Pam was first inspired by her artist parents. She later studied art at the Accademia Di Belle Arti in Florence, Italy and earned an art degree from Gonzaga University in Spokane. Her widely collected, award-winning work has been exhibited throughout the United States, Europe and Africa, and juried into more than 125 national and international shows. Pam lives in a little waterfront cabin on Vashon Island.

ITEM

oil on board 2012 11 x 14 x 2 (framed)

2,300

www.pamingalls.com

Michael Cozza GIRASOLE

1,500

$

320

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A native of the Pacific Northwest, Cozza started working with glass in 2005 and currently works in Seattle as a gaffer at Glasshouse Studio. He also assists a number of local glass artists. www.michaelcozzaglass.com

blown and sculpted glass 2013 17 x 8 x 7

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Beth Fishman CAROUSEL $

321

Beth Fishman is a Seattle-based artist who has been working with glass for the past 20 years. Her work reflects her talent as both a designer and a skilled glassblower. She uses the dynamic qualities of glass to express her unique sense of form and color. Beth received her BFA in Industrial Design from Pratt Institute in New York and her MFA in glass from the Rhode Island School of Design.

ITEM

blown glass 2008 18 x 16 x 7

3,500

www.vetriglass.com

Dara Solliday REGRADE 12

1,200

$

Dara Solliday has taught painting and book arts, with an emphasis in encaustic mixed media, since 2007. Exhibited and collected on both coasts, Mexico and the Czech Republic, Dara’s work addresses land pattern, built environment and structure. She studied architecture at Tulane University and has a BFA from East Carolina University. Regrade 12 is from a series of paintings that take imagery from the Denny Regrade, a massive Seattle land project from the early 20th Century. Solliday’s work can be seen locally at CoCA, Room 104 Gallery, and on her website.

ITEM

encaustic mixed media on panel 2012 20 x 16 x 1.5

322

www.darasolliday.com

86

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32ND ANNUAL FINE ART AUCTION

Theresa Batty

CHROMA BLOCK - ORANGE, GREEN AND WHITE

1,500

$

The Chroma Block Series began while Theresa was living and teaching on a Danish island in the Baltic Sea. Inspired by color variations in water and the sky, they continue to evolve as studies in color and light. Theresa has been awarded an Artist Trust Fellowship and a Wheaton Arts Center Fellowship, as well as scholarships to Pilchuck Glass School and the Poncho Artist-in-Residence program at Pratt Fine Arts Center. Theresa has had numerous solo shows locally and nationally, and has been included in exhibitions at the Whatcom Museum in Bellingham and the American Craft Museum in New York.

ITEM

cast glass 2010 6x5x3

323

www.ggibsongallery.com

Anne Siems LACE & LAKE $

2,600

324

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Anne Siems is a local artist represented by Grover Thurston Gallery. Her work has been shown nationally since 1992. www.groverthurston.com www.annesiems.com

acrylic on panel 2007 16 x 16 x 2

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Jessica Landau MUSTACHE XL

750

$

Jessica Landau’s artistic ventures include completing her BFA at Moore College of Art and Design in Philadelphia; exhibiting in galleries nationwide; and demonstrating glassblowing techniques for public and private special events. She currently works as a teaching artist with Hilltop artistsin-residence program in Tacoma, where juvenile delinquents are mandated by the court to use glassblowing as a community service project. Landau is on the faculty at the Schack Art Center in Everett and Pratt Fine Arts Center in Seattle. She divides her time between studios in Honolulu and Seattle to create an everexpanding body of whimsical glass artwork.

ITEM

borosilicate glass with steel stand 2014 8 x 14 x 3

325

www.jessicalandau.com

Billy King

SUMMER AT THE PINK DOOR II

1,200

$

Known for his newexpressionist colors and styles, Pacific Northwest artist Billy King has been showing professionally since 1970. He is represented in permanent collections including those of the Biltmore Hotel Los Angeles and the Smithsonian Institute in Washington, DC. Summer at the Pink Door II is from a limitededition series of 15 signed and numbered prints. Patron print by Deborah Parker; edition printing at Sidereal Press Seattle. The Pink Door is everyone’s favorite outdoor dining experience at the Pike Place Market; when the veranda is operating summer is in the air!

ITEM

block print 2012 24 x 36 (framed)

326

www.billyking.com

88

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32ND ANNUAL FINE ART AUCTION

Mark Takamichi Miller HAND ON HIP (ZION SERIES) $

327

Mark Takamichi Miller uses found snapshots as a starting point for his work. He sometimes purchases these anonymous snapshots, creates a painting from them, and then returns photos of his completed painting to the original owner of the snapshots. The goal is to force the unsuspecting viewer to re-examine their casual picture. This painting is derived from found photographs in Zion National Park.

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oil on canvas 2003 40 x 60

3,000

www.whitelead.com

Thu Nguyen

PIER 55 - RED ROBIN $

328

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Artist Thu Nguyen creates realistic paintings with a sense of conceptual appeal. Inspired by the work of Andrew Wyeth, Nguyen earned a BFA in painting at California State University, Long Beach and has since received multiple grants from the Pollock-Krasner Foundation and Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation. Her work is represented in many public and private collections in the US, Canada, Europe, and Mexico.

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oil on panel 2005 18 x 32 x 1.5 (framed)

2,300

www.thunguyenpaintings.com

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Thu Nguyen

SEATTLE WATERFRONT $

329

Artist Thu Nguyen creates realistic paintings with a sense of conceptual appeal. Inspired by the work of Andrew Wyeth, Nguyen earned a BFA in painting at California State University, Long Beach and has since received multiple grants from the Pollock-Krasner Foundation and Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation. Her work is represented in many public and private collections in the US, Canada, Europe, and Mexico.

ITEM

oil on panel 2005 24 x 32 x 1.5 (framed)

2,700

www.thunguyenpaintings.com

Sarah Savidge HELLO DALI #5

1,200

$

330

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Sarah Savidge studied painting at Cornell University and at the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture. Hello Dali #5 is a tribute to the great surrealist painter, Salvador Dali, using poured acrylic and latex paints.

acrylic on canvas 2010 32 x 30 x 1.5

90

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32ND ANNUAL FINE ART AUCTION

Rebecca Chernow CHEW & SWALLOW

750

$

Rebecca Chernow is a resident of Seattle and an active member of the Northwest studio glass community. She teaches cold and warm glass processes to both adults and youth, and assists select artists in the execution of their art works. She has been an Artistin-Residence at Northlands Creative Glass Centre in Lybster, Scotland, and also received a Proctor Fellowship to travel and create new work at the Australian National University in Canberra. Chernow has been a featured panelist in the Brychtova Forum at Seattle Art Museum to discuss women’s contributions in the filed of contemporary glassmaking. She is represented by Vetri Gallery in Seattle.

ITEM

blown glass & oil paint 2011 5 x 3 x 4 each

331

www.vetriglass.com

Katrina Hude WATERING CAN $

3,100

332

ITEM

blown glass 2012 16 x 16 x 8

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The Watering Can series serves as a reminder to nurture big ideas on a small scale. The social current asks us to be aware of issues such as conservation and the protection of natural resources. Small acts of awareness are one step toward taking personal responsibility for clean water for everyone. www.vetriglass.com

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Scott Szloch

ALL THE KINGS MEN #2

1,200

$

Since 1993 Scott has been expressing himself through the techniques of the blacksmith. He has participated in many architectural projects around Seattle and western Washington. Scott designs and forges small functional items for home and garden and works with other artists as well, but sculptural ironwork is his true passion. All the King’s Men is a series from the early 2000’s. With a new baby boy in the house, it was easy for Scott to title all his work with storybook names.

ITEM

forged steel 2013 31 x 10 x 5

333

Cathy Chase FAMILY DNA

750

$

An ordinary whisk broom that Cathy inherited from her fathers’ woodworking studio, now cast in glass, is a memorial and honor to him and to working with glass. Cathy Chase teaches regularly at Pratt Fine Arts Center and is a Career and Technical Education teacher at Wilson High School in Tacoma. She has also taught workshops at Pilchuck Glass School, Urban Glass, Museum of Glass and many others around the globe. Her works are included in private collections both in the United States and abroad. Cathy was recently given a nod from Roisin de Buitlear for helping cast pieces in the current show Caution! Fragile at The Museum of Glass.

ITEM

cast glass 2014 10 x 7 x 1

334

www.southparkarts.org

92

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32ND ANNUAL FINE ART AUCTION

Scott Benefield CUTUP

1,025

$

This bowl was made at Pratt Fine Arts Center during Scott Benefield’s June 2013 workshop on cane techniques. In attempting to move beyond the traditional applications of classical Venetian cane techniques, he has wandered into territory that shares something with quilt patterns, marquetry, and collage. It’s all about pattern, and what the disruption of orderly intervals can bring to an otherwise static and symmetrical composition.

ITEM

blown glass 2013 12 x 12 x 5

335

www.scottbenefield.com

Colin Blakely

THE ANACHRONISM OF BASIC INSTINCT

1,200

$ ITEM

Colin Blakely received a BA from Williams College in 1995 and an MFA from the University of New Mexico in 2001. He has exhibited in galleries across the United States and has received numerous awards for his work in photography. This piece is made from a series of work entitled Somewhere in Middle America, which focuses on the 400 and 500 blocks of Keech Avenue – an examination of the artist’s immediate surroundings. The work tells the story of a community that is holding on to a vanishing way of life. It is about a group of people living quite literally in middle America geographically, economically, and politically at a time when our notions concerning what that means are quickly changing. www.colinblakely.com

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black and white photograph 2006 32 x 37.5 (framed)

336

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Marita Dingus

GLASS GIRL IN FLOWER SKIRT $

337

Marita Dingus makes mixedmedia sculpture out of discarded material. With an MFA from San Jose State University, Marita has had national and international exhibits and received numerous awards, including an Artist Trust Fellowship and a Guggenheim Fellowship. Her work is included in the collections of the Seattle Art Museum, Microsoft, Safeco, Swedish Hospital, Harborview Medical Center, the King County Arts Commission, the Seattle Arts Commission, the Washington State Commission, and the Tacoma Art Museum.

ITEM

cast glass, mixed media 2013 20 x 12 x 6

800

www.maritadingus.com www.travergallery.com

Bill Baber

DIVINER’S INSIGHT $

338

Serendipity and nuance carry narratives beyond their frames of reference. This is where Bill Baber entertains the boundaries of turbulence created by the confluence of painting, weaving, and technology. Capturing the moments of attention that arrive through incubation enables a marriage of these three traditions into a story that begins with this poem:

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acrylic on weaving 2008 40 x 48 x 2

2,400

The Diviner plays arcs / heavens control. What can’t be seen? / Patience / reveals the soul. Beneath her feet / instincts flow, to guide / decisions of the day.

Bill shows his work at Gallery IMA. www.galleryima.com www.billbaberart.com

94

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32ND ANNUAL FINE ART AUCTION

Layne Cook RED WALL

1,400

$

Layne splits her time between being a painter in Seattle and a ceramicist in Green Valley, Arizona. The human form, light, and color figure prominently in her work. This piece, derived from a photo taken by the artist in Telluride, Colorado, is a good example. The man’s posture and the reflection of the red wall on his body and clothing provided the inspiration for this painting. Layne’s work is in private and corporate collections, including Swedish and Harborview Hospitals. She is represented by Alki Arts in Seattle and Edward Montgomery Fine Arts in Carmel, California.

ITEM

oil on canvas 2013 24 x 24 x 1.5 (framed)

339

www.laynecook.com

Nick Davis

MEAN MACHINE $

340

ITEM

This sculpture in transparent gray glass and steel is part of a series using the visual properties of thick sculpted glass with interesting figurative compositions to draw the viewer in. Nick is a teacher, glass artist, and metalworker who lives and works in Seattle. He has been a renter, student, and occasional teacher at Pratt Fine Arts Center for the past eight years.

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glass and steel 2014 18 x 25 x 7

2,000

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Jeanne Marie Ferraro GLORIA GROWN $

341

Jeanne Marie Ferraro started painting as a child. She has always been fascinated by the changing faces of the people around her, each person’s life’s events reflected in the tilt of their head and the expression on their face. Jeanne has painted Gloria three times; in each a different part of her personality is honored. In this painting Gloria is grown, serious, and thinking of her work. She is strong, and on fire with what needs to be done. Jeanne is a teaching artist at Pratt Fine Arts Center, in drawing, glassblowing, and teen classes. She also teaches at The Northwest School.

ITEM

oil painting 2011 20 x 25 x 1.5

950

www.jeanneferraro.com

Laura Ward DOOR SKIN $

900

342

ITEM

Laura Ward has been teaching at Pratt Fine Arts Center since 2005, shortly after her move to Seattle after graduate school. Her work explores the layers of imagery and materials found in abandoned houses. This piece juxtaposes a kiln-cast glass portion of a door, molded from an abandoned house and a found, wooden frame.

cast glass & reclaimed wood 2010 11 x 8 x 3

96

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Mindi Katzman ROAD’S END $

343

Mindi Katzman is an artist who sees the world around her in pictures and whose work often takes its point of departure from the landscape. She works primarily with encaustics. Her use of fine line and detail with encaustic is unique and gives new meaning to depth and layering within the medium. Travel has been a major source of inspiration; she is always surprised by another point of view both near and far. Mindi’s work is represented in many local and national collections including those of Microsoft, Swedish Hospital, and Prudential Life Insurance.

ITEM

encaustic, pigment stick, collage on board 2008 24 x 24 x 1.5 (framed)

2,000

www.mindikatzman.com

Kathy Collins KIND OF BLUE $

344

ITEM

Kathy Collin’s awardwinning watercolors have appeared in the Artist’s Magazine, Watercolor Artist, American Artist and Splash 10, 12, and 14. A signature member of the Northwest Watercolor Society and Women Painters of Washington, her work is featured in the 2013 book 100 Artists of the Northwest. Kathy teaches classes and workshops at Tsuga Fine Art and other venues around the country. More of her paintings and blog postings may be seen on her website.

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watercolor 2012 33 x 40 (framed)

2,000

www.kathycollinswatercolors.com

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Jan Tervonen FISH LADDERS

750

$

Fish Ladders is a water media triptych mounted on mirrors and inspired by a collage class Jan enjoyed taking at Pratt Fine Arts Center. Jan has been in numerous solo and group shows in the Pacific Northwest including exhibits at the Carco Theatre, the Kirkland Public Library, Overlake Hospital, and the EAFA Gallery. She was the winner of the 2013 William Radcliffe Studio Challenge Award at Kirkland Arts Center, and is a past recipient of the Vascovitz Scholarship at Pratt.

ITEM

water media collage on mirror 2011 8 x 30 x 1 each (framed)

345

www.dajanarts.com

Karen Buhler DAY DREAMER

1,800

$

Karen Buhler’s career as a glass artist began with an apprenticeship in a production hot shop in 1980. Six years later, she switched to neon tube bending and worked in the sign industry for more than a decade. Integrating these two vastly different skill sets, Karen flameworks borosilicate glass figures on a bench torch and enhances them with various mixed media. As in Day Dreamer, Karen collaborates with encaustic artist and friend Dina Walker.

ITEM

flameworked glass, encaustic on panel 2011 12 x 12 x 5

346

www.karenbuhlerglass.com

98

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32ND ANNUAL FINE ART AUCTION

Gail Howard

SUMMER TRIPTYCH

1,500

$

347

Gail Howard is an artist with a studio in Georgetown. She received her MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute and has lived in Seattle since 2001. Gail sees making art as a form of meditation and likes the challenge of using simple gestures and a limited palette to convey a feeling, memory, sensation or place. Summer Triptych is about capturing the memory of summer days filled with warm sun, blue sky, cool water and fresh-mown grass. A selection of her recent paintings are currently on display at TASTE Restaurant at the Seattle Art Museum.

ITEM

acrylic on canvas over panel 2013 15 x 39 x 3 (framed)

www.gailhowardart.com

Tim O’Niell AT REST

1,400

$

348

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Tim O’Niell works in glass and metal. He spends summers on a boat in Alaska. At Rest melds his interest in boats, glass and metal. He has taken classes at Pratt Fine Arts Center and attended Pilchuck Glass School. www.moltendesign.net

cast glass, stainless steel 2012 22 x 7 x 7

99


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Richard Rhodes GRANITE PLATES $

349

Richard Rhodes apprenticed as a stonemason in Siena, Italy after graduate studies in London. As the first non-Italian admitted into Siena’s ancient masonic guild in 726 years (operative branch of the Freemason’s, heirs to the cathedral builders of Europe), he is known throughout the sculpture and stone community as the “last apprentice.” Though now branching into other media such as cast bronze, Rhodes credits his guild training as the major influence in his sculptural practice.

ITEM

carved granite 2014 diameter: 12 inches each

600

www.rhodesworkdesign.com

100

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AUCTION  B E G I N S AT :

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LIVE EDGE BOWLS

bleached alder & paper birch wood 2014 8 x 6 x 6; 6 x 4 x 4

$350

102

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Tom Henscheid received a BFA from Boise State University in 1976 with majors in printmaking and photography. During his college years, Henscheid worked for the Boise Art Gallery and assisted several artisan craftsmen with furniture and remodel projects. For the last 40 years, Henscheid has worked as a professional craftsman using wood, metals, and other unconventional building materials to create furniture, architectural components, and surface finishes for many of Seattle’s finest homes. Henscheid is also the proud parent of two children who are practicing artists in their own right, including Pratt instructor Julia Heineccius.

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Tom Henscheid

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CONCEPTUAL

VISIONARY  AWARD

PUZZLE – A PAINTING IN 150 PARTS oil on panel 2011 14 x 10

$

300

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This work is part of a series created from a large, singular painting broken into its constituent parts. Each puzzle piece was laser cut from a wooden blank, assembled as a whole, painstakingly painted, then disassembled. The individual puzzle pieces have been presented in small groups in galleries and other exhibition spaces, with each piece, whether completely abstracted or partially figurative, displayed as its own unique work. The original painting will be reassembled and exhibited ten years after its creation to reveal its original composition for the first time.

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SuttonBeresCuller

www.suttonberesculler.com

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NEVERLAND

mixed media 2014 10 x 8 x 2 (framed)

$

650

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Larry Calkin’s preferred materials include objects with some kind of history: rusted metal, found cloth or scraps of wood. His typical paint medium is beeswax mixed with original pigments. Occasionally, Calkins creates his own carved brushes and often creates his own recipes for paint and unusual surface treatments. Calkins is well known for his antique-looking dress forms with uniquely tactile surfaces and simple yet elegant shapes. Calkins is a prolific artist and has created a vast body of work that has been shown in galleries since 1994. Seattle’s Grover/Thurston Gallery currently represents Calkins.

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Larry Calkins

www.calkinsart.net www.groverthurston.com

104

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32ND ANNUAL FINE ART AUCTION

Priceless

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As the story goes, “...wine was fine with dinner, beer was great for watching a baseball game, but it was hard liquor that powered the Pack.’’ Yes, the Rat Pack. Jack rocks (Frank called it gasoline) was the primary fuel, supplemented with dry martinis. Dean Martin’s preferred poison was J&B Scotch, while Sammy Davis Jr. sipped amaretto and various vodkas. For this year’s Pratt Pack Auction, the Board of Directors have stocked up your very own liquor cabinet that would make this historic drinking circle quite proud!

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THE PRATT PACK’S LIQUOR CABINET

Live Auction

These bottles of popular liquors have been collected over the past few months from local distilleries, trendy cellars, historic bottlers, and personal favorites from Pratt’s group of esteemed board members, each with a sense of great taste and passion for well crafted cocktails. Whether your preference is straight up or on the rocks, you’ll be going home with an assortment of booze-tastic bottles that will make your next cocktail party truly epic!

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BLACK FLOWER RABBIT #6 collaged, printed tissue 2013 21 x 17.5 (framed)

$1,800

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The artwork of Pratt Fine Arts Center board member and artistin-residence Piper O’Neill explores themes of nostalgia and inherited histories. Black Flower Rabbit #6 was created during O’Neill’s 2013 NEA-funded residency in Pratt’s printmaking studio, where she screenprinted on to delicate hand-formed tissue paper. O’Neill has a Masters of Communication in Digital Media from the University of Washington and a BFA from Parsons School of Design in New York. Courtesy of Winston Wächter Fine Art.

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Piper O’Neill

www.winstonwachter.com

106

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32ND ANNUAL FINE ART AUCTION

TWINING – A FINE SILVER PENDANT NECKLACE

fine and sterling silver 2012 Length: 22 inches

$525

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Twining is a form of weaving that lends itself beautifully to fine silver. One of the joys of being a jeweler is to work with different techniques and to create wearable art. Ronda Miller feels fortunate to be both a member of Pratt Fine Arts Center’s Board of Directors and a jeweler.

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Ronda Lagerberg Miller

www.etsy.com/shop/MillerJewelry

Live Auction 107


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LA LOBA II

kiln-cast glass 2013 5x9x2

$

108

625

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In folklore, La Loba lives in the depths of the forest and “sings’’ the spirit and body of a wolf back to life. This cast glass vessel represents the creature in us who wills and desires to stitch the disparate pieces of ourselves back to whole.

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Sherri Gamble

www.sageartistry.com

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32ND ANNUAL FINE ART AUCTION

DUAL FLOWER PATTERN BLACK AND WHITE blown glass 2014 11 x 6.5 x 6.5

$1,500

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Carrie Grula grew up outside Philadelphia and started blowing glass at Bucks County Community College. She continued her glass education at Rochester Institute of Technology and graduated with a BFA in glass from Alfred University in 2007. Carrie has recently relocated to Seattle where she continues to work with glass and create her own artwork. The main focus of her work is found patterns modified and translated onto glass vessels.

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Carrie Grula

www.carriegrulaglass.com

Live Auction 109


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SCULPTURAL COLLAGE ART PARTY FOR TEN encaustic and mixed media 6 x 12 x 1 (framed)

$

2,500

Art party must be scheduled on a mutually agreeable date before April 26, 2015

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This is an opportunity for you and up to nine of your friends to work with two well-known Seattle artists, Stephanie Hargrave and Rickie Wolfe. Stephanie works primarily with encaustic (beeswax painting) and clay. Rickie is a painter and sculptor who works with steel. Along with your private Sculptural Collage Party, you will receive a 6" x 12" mixed media piece created collaboratively by both artists. For the six-hour collage and encaustic day, your group will meet in Pratt’s Painting Studio and work on panels with image transfer techniques and wax before moving on to adding found objects and focusing on texture, color, and line. There will be lots of time for experimentation. Your scultpural collage art party will be scheduled for a mutually agreeable date at Pratt Fine Arts Center.

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Rickie Wolfe & Stephanie Hargrave

Rickie Wolfe is represented by Gallery IMA in Seattle. www.galleryima.com www.rickiewolfe.com Stephanie Hargrave is represented by Patricia Rovzar Gallery in Seattle. www.rovzargallery.com www.stephaniehargrave.com

110

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32ND ANNUAL FINE ART AUCTION

GEOMETRIC MADNESS NECKLACE AND EARRINGS sterling silver, steel, paper 2014 Necklace:13 x 13 x 6

1,350

$

10

Chris Abrass’ works in steel and paper are inspired by Pratt Fine Arts Center’s instructors and her early sculptural work composed of found metal objects. Her current work draws on both geometric and organic shapes. The use of paper provides the opportunity to create large yet wearable sculpture.

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Chris Abrass

A longtime student and Pratt Fine Arts Center patron, Abrass is a past president of the board.

Live Auction 111


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SODO STRUCTURES #1 serigraph 2014 22.25 x 23.25 (framed)

$

900

11

This David W. Simpson serigraph print was created from paper-maché structures he built – some as tall as 5 1/2 ft – during a sixweek, site-specific residency at “A Project Space’’ in the SODO section of Seattle. The documentation photography from the SODO Structures exhibit was altered, then transferred to screens, to create this print. This process continues the archeological perspective that Simpson regularly employs in his work.

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David Simpson

www.lisaharrisgallery.com

112

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32ND ANNUAL FINE ART AUCTION

THE GARDEN GATE

steel and found objects 2014 42 x 42 x 5

750

$

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This gate represents the boundary between the outside world and the gardener’s special place of peace and contemplation. The beloved tools found in this gate have been beautifully repurposed. Utilize this gate for your outdoor sanctuary.

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Walt Riehl

Installation of gate is included. Winning bidder will work with artist Walt Riehl to schedule mutually agreeable date for installation.

Live Auction 113


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STUDIO TOUR WITH CATERED LUNCH

Priceless

Event will be scheduled on a mutually agreeable date during the summer of 2014.

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Enjoy an exclusive summer tour for you and nine guests to the Vashon Island studio of artist Julie Speidel. Light summer fare and libations will be provided by local restaurant the Hardware Store as Julie discusses her artistic vision and how she incorporates her travels abroad into sculptural forms. A former member of Pratt Fine Arts Center’s Board of Directors, Julie began part of her artistic journey in Pratt’s jewelry and metalsmithing studios.

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Julie Speidel

Current Pratt board member and auction committee co-chair Walt Riehl and his wife Pat will serve as your hosts. www.juliespeidel.com

114

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32ND ANNUAL FINE ART AUCTION

UNTITLED

etching with a la poupée 2007 28.5 x 48 (framed)

$

800

14

Enrique’s work is equally influenced by life in a small rural village of Huitzo, Oaxaca, Mexico and by such artists as Rufino Tamayo, Diego Rivera, and Rudolfo Morales. His luxurious use of ink to define stylized forms responds both to the muralist traditions of revolutionary Mexico and to his own experience as a painter of gouache on bark papers. Flores has been a major contributor to the Oaxaca School of Art, especially in the style of “magical realism.” People, farm animals, and everyday objects, such as bicycles and the constellations, weave together in a seamless narrative style. People fly, animals put on ancient masks and musical notes become physical creatures. Enrique was a master artist at Pratt Fine Arts Center in September 2013 and teaches Pratt’s Study Abroad Workshop in Oaxaca every February.

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Enrique Flores

www.tallerdegraficaeflores.com

Live Auction 115


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Catherine Eaton Skinner GUA II

Sumi ink, antique chant book pages, encaustic, oil 2013 36 x 12 x 2

$

4,750

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The natural world – its intrinsic energy and fundamental properties – is dependent upon a fine balance. The equilibrium of positive and negative forces extends throughout universal concepts: dark/light, finite/ infinite, soft/hard, and organic/manmade. The five elements – earth, fire, water, air and space – are the foundation of this universe, our bodies and our mental and spiritual selves. Maintaining the balance among and within the elements and understanding their energies is paramount to our survival. Catherine’s work explores the balance of energies in many cultures. Each is an offering to the basic elements of our delicate natural systems. Gua II contains the series of eight trigrams that make up the I Ching 64 hexagrams: heaven, thunder, wind, mountain, fire, water, lake, and earth. Courtesy of Abmeyer+Wood Fine Art www.abmeyerwood.com www.ceskinner.com

116

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Etsuko Ichikawa GLASS PYROGRAPH PERFORMANCE

Priceless

Demonstration must be scheduled on a mutually agreeable date before October 31, 2014.

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32ND ANNUAL FINE ART AUCTION

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Your group of ten will join artist Etsuko Ichikawa in Pratt Fine Arts Center’s hot shop for a private demonstration of the artist’s signature Glass Pyrograph series. Observe Etsuko as she demonstrates her unique technique in which she transforms the blowpipe into a brush and draws with molten glass on paper. Exploiting the fire and smoke emitting from the molten glass, the resulting charred marks on paper illustrate the artist’s fluid movements. This hourlong event includes light refreshments and beverages, as well as time to meet and converse with Etsuko. www.etsukoichikawa.com

Live Auction 117


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2006 PILCHUCK AUCTION CENTERPIECE blown glass 20 x 16 x 16

1,000

$

17

Chuck Lopez has been working with glass for over 24 years and has been involved with Pratt Fine Arts Center since 1999. With a background in computer science and mathematics, he received a BA in Philosophy from the University of Colorado in 1995, and an MFA from Alfred University in 1999. Chuck has been awarded grants and residencies from Pilchuck Glass School, PONCHO, Artist Trust, and CGCA-Wheaton Arts and was the Pilchuck Auction centerpiece designer in 2006.

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Chuck Lopez

www.vetriglass.com

118

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32ND ANNUAL FINE ART AUCTION

FEATHER BOX

cast bronze, cast glass 2013 6.25 x 9.5 x 4

1,200

$

18

Lee Campbell has been a part of Pratt Fine Arts Center for many years as a student, renter and instructor. Pratt provides the facilities and the resources that have allowed Lee to learn how to work with glass and how to mold and cast bronze. Lee has continued on to become an artist and a teacher using these skills and materials. Feather Box combines glass and bronze into an artistic yet functional piece that provides a tribute to the flight of birds.

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Lee Campbell

Live Auction 119


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NECKLACE OF THE NORTHWEST

handmade bead varieties with silver and copper clasp 2014 Length: 22 inches

1,700

$

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Representing a cross section of talented artists belonging to the Seattle Metals Guild, each artist contributed a handmade bead to this unique necklace. Contributing artists (in order of beads, beginning with clasp) include: Joan Hammond, Micki Lippe, Cynthia Toops, James Henry, Eileen Shneegas, Daniel Adams, Roger Horner, Aaron Barr, Kiraya Kestin, Virginia Causey, Suzy Whitehead (two beads), Virginia Causey, Anne Randall, Esther Ervin, Dan Hill, Carolina Andersson and Candace Beardsley. Sarah Gascoigne compiled and assembled the necklace.

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Seattle Metals Guild

www.seattlemetalsguild.org

120

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32ND ANNUAL FINE ART AUCTION

FIRED UP #2

acrylic, ink, collage on panel 2008 18 x 18

1,200

$

20

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Mary Molyneaux’s collaged paintings occupy the space between abstraction and realism. Her technique involves the layering of paper, collaged elements, ink, and pencil between layers of acrylic medium. Molyneaux has been a practicing artist for over 40 years, working in a variety of media including two and three dimensional forms. Molyneaux received her BA at Central Missouri University and completed further study at the University of Tennessee, Oregon School of Arts and Crafts, Corcoran College of Fine Art, and Pratt Fine Arts Center. Her paintings and sculptures have been exhibited nationally, as well as in Central America. Molyneaux’s art is in private, corporate and public collections in the US as well as Canada, England, Italy, and the Bahamas.

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Mary Molyneaux

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(1959–2008) TORCH 2

cast glass, flashlight 1999 12 x 13 x 5

$

2,000

21

Mark Ferguson studied glass at Massachusetts College of Art and then at Rhode Island School of Design, where he received an MFA in 1990. He then assisted sculptor Howard Ben Tre for one year before moving his own studio to Brooklyn in 1991. His first job in New York City was in stained glass. Ferguson actively exhibited works nationally and internationally until his death from cancer in 2008. Ferguson’s artwork can be found in the permanent collection of the Corning Museum of Glass, Corning, New York, and the Ebeltoft Glasmuseum in Denmark.

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Mark Ferguson

Torch 2 invites viewers to look at the quality of light in a different manner. A beam of light shines from a classic flashlight body; the beam is made out of cast glass and supports the body of the flashlight – as if light is holding the flashlight rather than the flashlight holding a light beam.

Proceeds from the sale of this piece will benefit both the Glass Art Society and Pratt Fine Arts Center.

122

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32ND ANNUAL FINE ART AUCTION

GUARD

kiln cast lead crystal 2012 6 x 10 x 10

1,200

$

SKILL AR TISTRY  AWARD

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Carol Milne is the lone pioneer in the field of knitted glass. Pushing the limits of her material through persistent and relentless experimentation, she developed a variation of the lost-wax casting process to cast knitted work in glass. Combining her passion for knitting with her love for cast glass sculpture, her knitted work is technically complicated and unlike any cast glass work being done today. Carol exhibits internationally. Her work also belongs to the Notojima Glass Museum collection in Japan. She recently taught at the Glass Furnace in Istanbul, Turkey and exhibited her work at Vogue Knitting LIVE in New York City.

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Carol Milne

www.carolmilne.com

Live Auction 123


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FRAGMENT

marble on granite base 2013 9x5x3

$

800

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Art is a thread that has sustained Sabah Al-Dhaher’s spirit from childhood and through his intense struggle to survive during his life in Iraq. Art was an outlet for a kind of spiritual transformation during those difficult times that helped him to heal and open to the beauty and joy of living. Art is a place of expression and meditation in which he celebrates and connects with that joy. The intention of his work is to share this celebration with others. Sabah’s was recently included in the book 100 Artists of the Northwest. He teaches stone carving at Pratt Fine Arts Center.

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Sabah Al-Dhaher

www.sabahfineart.com

124

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32ND ANNUAL FINE ART AUCTION

EVENING

oil on panel 2007 48 x 28 (framed)

$

5,000

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For Luke Tornatzky there is no end to the exploration of color, light, and shape. Working in either oil on canvas or pastel on paper, Tornatzky combines his love of boats, water, and light in startling compositions, awash in brilliant color. His unique perspectives and surprising vignettes are immersed in atmosphere.

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Luke Tornatzky

www.rovzargallery.com

Live Auction 125


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COASTAL HOUSE

glass 2014 24 x 16 x 10

$

3,200

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Anna Skibska studied at the Academy of Art in Wroclaw, Poland in the department of painting. She was awarded her diploma in 1984 in painting. Since then Skibska has had 51 solo exhibitions around the world. She also has developed her own technique in glass that has been recognized as the Anna Skibska Technique. Skibska became an American citizen in 2013 and recently received Poland’s Honeycomb award, an honor recognizing a lifetime of artistic achievements.

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Anna Skibska

www.annaskibska.com

126

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32ND ANNUAL FINE ART AUCTION

DINNER FOR TWELVE $

2,000

Reservations must be scheduled in advance. Offer not valid during month of December.

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Treat your guests to a private dinner for twelve at The Ruins, “Seattle’s Best Kept Secret” and private social club located in the heart of Seattle. The Ruins sports four distinctively and individually decorated rooms featuring hand painted murals, grand floral arrangements, and unique and eclectic furnishings. Since 1994, The Ruins has set Seattle’s standard for elegance and excellence in fine dining.

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An Evening at The Ruins:

www.theruins.net

Live Auction 127


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LUCKY

blown and sculpted glass 2013 14 x 10 x 15

$

2,200

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Kelly O’Dell aims to bring the past to the present. She wants to increase awareness of things that have come and gone before us, so we can appreciate and take care of our planet today. Using glass as a medium for artmaking, she explores themes of extinction, preservation, discovery, memory, and self-reflection. O’Dell’s glass dinosaurs are fragile not only in their material, but also remind us of the fragility of life. Stopped short by mass extinction and wiped out by no fault of their own, these artifacts are clues of the past, and should challenge us to inspect the past and experience self-reflection about our responsibility for our planet.

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Kelly O’Dell

www.kellyodellglass.com

128

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32ND ANNUAL FINE ART AUCTION

CERTAIN VECTORS

acrylic, graphite on panel 2013 32 x 48 x 2

$

2,400

28

Perri Lynch Howard received her MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art in 2001. She works in a wide range of media, from painting and drawing to sound installations and public art. Her work investigates the relationship between human perception and sense of place. Honors include an Artist Trust Fellowship Award; 4Culture Special Project Grant; residencies in India, Portugal, and Brazil; and the opportunity to go to South India as a Fulbright Scholar.

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Perri Lynch Howard

www.vmgworks.com

Live Auction 129


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PROTEA & TULIPA

archival pigment prints 2009 16 x 20 each (framed)

1,700

$

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Davis Freeman is inspired by beauty in both the living and the dead. Often inspired by nature, he sees beauty that hides beneath petals or leaves, showing itself in the imperfect world, waiting patiently to be discovered. These photographs are created when delicate florals are placed face down on a flatbed scanner, then meticulously arranged and scanned until the perfect image emerges. The artist relates it to “...trying to photograph a person’s face while looking only at the back of their head.’’

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Davis Freeman

www.davisfreeman.com

130

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32ND ANNUAL FINE ART AUCTION

BOWL NO. 24

brass, copper, walnut base 2001 8x8x9

$

3,000

30

Born and raised in Ohio, Grisez now resides in Seattle. She earned her BFA from Rhode Island School of Design, where she majored in jewelry and light metals. Her artwork spans from limited edition and one-of-a-kind jewelry to both small and large-scale sculpture. The conceptual focus of Grisez’s work is ultimately tied to a search for personal and spiritual growth. Environment as well as societal issues and ideals influence this personal narrative. She uses abstracted references to natural imagery when they capture the feelings inherent to the experiences being explored.

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Catherine Grisez

www.catherinegrisez.com www.cgrisezjewelry.com

Live Auction 131


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LOCKS OF LOVE

color photography and encaustic 36 x 24 (framed)

1,000

$

132

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Roger MacPherson is a past president of Pratt Fine Arts Center. Known more for work in glass and metal, he is reaching out into photography and encaustic work after taking classes with Larry Calkins and Shaun Doll. The work’s photograph is taken from a bridge over a canal in Venice, Italy. It is encased with paper from a recent trip to Korea.

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Roger MacPherson

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32ND ANNUAL FINE ART AUCTION

LYN BISHOP STUDIO EXPERIENCE AND HOUSEBOAT DINNER FOR SIX

Priceless

Your evening on Lake Union must be scheduled in advance on a mutually agreeable date.

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What could be more exquisite than the opportunity to create glass art, chased by a feast fit for kings and queens? You and five lucky guests will discover the art of fusing and slumping glass with glass artist Lyn Bishop at her personal studio on the shores of beautiful Lake Union. Afterwards, venture a few steps down the dock to celebrate the completion of your masterpiece with seasonal cocktails and a delicious dinner prepared at Lyn’s houseboat. As a special added bonus, the winner gets to take home one of Lyn’s prized fish platters.

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Glassy Shores of Lake Union:

www.lynbishopglass.com

Live Auction 133


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ACCLIMATIZATION NECKLACE

glass, sterling silver, labradorite & pearls 2014

1,500

$

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Kait Rhoads, a resident of the Northwest since the mid-1990’s, uses traditional Italian glass techniques as a base to create sculpture, vessels, and jewelry. Her work is included in the following collections: Seattle Art Museum, Carnegie Museum of Art, Corning Museum of Glass, the Museum of Northwest Art, Palm Springs Art Museum, Racine Art Museum, and the Shanghai Museum of Glass. In Seattle, her jewelry is represented by Facèré Jewelry Art Gallery.

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Kait Rhoads

www.facerejewelryart.com www.kaitrhoads.com

134

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32ND ANNUAL FINE ART AUCTION

MY COLLECTION – ESPADRILLE SAILOR

oil-stained wood mosaic with acrylic, oil & Sumi ink 2012 16.5 x 12.5

1,800

$

34

Naoko Morisawa’s artwork is hand-made of hundreds of very small slices of oil-dyed wood chips on board. Her compositions often incorporate the patterns in the wood, enhanced with oil stain. The combinations of natural and oilstained grains create interesting shadows and impressions. When seen from a distance, Naoko’s artwork looks like a painting. The details of the work and mosaic technique slowly emerge only when the viewer comes closer. Naoko makes art that is natural, playful, and lifts people’s spirits. Her imagery comes from common items: a cupcake, shoes, a wave and waterfalls, etc. ITEM

Naoko Morisawa

Live Auction

Naoko currently exhibits at Northwind Art Center and Kate Alkarni Gallery. Her work was recently selected for the 2014 Dublin Biennial. www.naokomorisawa.artspan.com www.katealkarnigallery.com

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WOODFORD epoxy, acrylic, plaster on sintra 2012 16.5 x 26

$

2,000

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Woodford is part of an ongoing body of work referencing patterns that develop from the interaction of natural processes with our built environment. The artist tempts futility in his journey to document the effortlessly beautiful rhythms we encounter in our everyday experience. Tom DeGroot’s work is in public collections, including those of King County and Tacoma Art Museum, as well as many private collections. He has taught at Pratt Fine Arts Center, received a GAP Grant from Artist Trust in 2008, and recently exhibited for a fifth time at Traver Gallery.

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Tom DeGroot

www.travergallery.com www.tomdegroot.com

136

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32ND ANNUAL FINE ART AUCTION

RIISI

blown and sand-carved glass 2014 12 x 10 x 12

$

3,200

JUROR’S

EXCELLEN CE  AWARD

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Bouchet and O’Neill are an international duo working in glass. After meeting at Pilchuck Glass School in 2007 they have pursued their artwork in parallel, exhibiting throughout the United States and Europe. Pratt served as springboard for Sean and Armelle who were both recipients of the Jon and Mary Shirley Scholarship in Glass and the ArtBridge Fellowship. Riisi is the first collaborative work from this pair and marks the start of exciting things to come.

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Sean O’Neill & Armelle Bouchet O’Neill

Live Auction 137


The Foundry

WINE TASTING AND TOUR FOR TWO IN WALLA WALLA, WA $

4,000

Travel, tours and lodging must be scheduled in advance on a mutually agreeable date for all parties. Alaska Airline vouchers may be used towards any destination serviced by Alaska Airlines, but must be used before April 26, 2015.

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PRATT FINE ARTS CENTER

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Enjoy a spectacular weekend of art and wine in Walla Walla, Washington. Use your two Alaska Airline vouchers to fly you and a guest to Walla Walla for a private tour of the Foundry where you’ll witness sculpture fabrication for world renowned artists such as Jim Dine, Deborah Butterfield and Maya Lin. Your trip also includes two VIP wine tastings at the Foundry Vineyards and Charles Smith Wine’s downtown tasting room. Overnight accommodations provided by the Marcus Whitman Hotel. From innovative food and wine pairings to luxurious guest rooms, this grand hotel is the perfect place to enjoy your artistic wine country weekend getaway! Finally, the winning bidder will also take home this double box set of Foundry Vineyard’s signature wine. www.foundryvineyards.com www.charlessmithwines.com

138

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32ND ANNUAL FINE ART AUCTION

AURORA #4 acrylic on panel 2009 45 x 45 x 2

$

5,500

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Live Auction

Over the years, as Juan’s images and subjects have changed along with mediums and techniques, he has found that humanity is the driving force in his work. The fact that Juan was born in Cuba, the quick loss of innocence he experienced as a young person in a foreign place, learning a new language, and growing up without immediate family will always affect his work. Juan finds the politics that have made him an outsider intriguing, since they are almost always present, yet out of his control. The human condition, our fragile existence on this planet, the way we relate, love, isolate, and unnecessarily damage ourselves and the world we live in are fascinating topics, no matter how they are ultimately expressed. Juan is influenced by balance, perceived symmetry, architecture, growth and decay, weathered beauty, and the tug-of-war between the natural and the manmade landscape.

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Juan Alonso

www.juanalonso.info

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AMERICAN FLAG CHOCHIN blown glass 2013 18 x 12 x 12

$

3,500

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Scott Darlington has been working with hot glass for 25 years. After completing his BFA at the Appalachian Center for Crafts he moved to Seattle and worked as an assistant for many different artists and at Pilchuck School of Glass. Scott then spent four years in Japan as associate professor at the Toyama City Institute of Glass Art. In the spring of 2007 Scott received his MFA in glass from Ohio State University. He has taught workshops around the globe, including Canada, Japan, Pilchuck, and Penland. He and his family returned to Seattle in summer 2011 where Scott is a practicing glass artist and the Glass Studio Manager at Pratt Fine Arts Center.

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Scott Darlington

The inspiration for Scott’s design comes from the Japanese chochin (paper lantern). Traditionally in Japan, chochin can be found hanging outside of businesses, restaurants, and festivals to tell potential customers what is being offered. Many have simple graphics or lettering with names of food (ramen), characters from culture (Daruma) or simple words of wisdom (beware of fire in your house!). The lanterns are always a sign of hospitality and good food. www.scottydarlington.com

140

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32ND ANNUAL FINE ART AUCTION

Jenny Pohlman & Sabrina Knowles TAPESTRY FRAGMENT off-hand blown & sculpted glass, mixed media 2013 40 x 25 x 5

12,000

$

40

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Their 20-year collaborative journey has taken Jenny Pohlman and Sabrina Knowles to far away places and back to their studio, where they share deep conversations and reflections, joys and losses, growth spurts and eddies. Their work begins with a concept or a philosophy or a desire to bring a visual quality to their experiences with each other and with people around the globe. They design and sculpt glass forms, design and fabricate custom metal mounts and armatures, and adorn their works with beads from around the world. Their intent with each of the works is to engage their viewers in a moment of reflection and impart to them a sense of our global humanity.

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In 2000 the artists established the Pohlman Knowles High School Scholarship to honor the inner-city high school students they taught through Pratt’s “Fired Up About Glass” program. In 2013 Jenny Pohlman joined Pratt Fine Arts Center’s board of directors. www.pohlmanknowles.com

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Raise the Paddle S E E PA GE 16 F O R D E TA IL S

GLASS PLATTER

fused and slumped glass 2013 14 x 14 x 1.5

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142

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Kathy Alvord Gerlich is a longtime supporter of Pratt Fine Arts Center. She never misses the annual auction and is always glad to contribute one of her own pieces. Kathy collects both two and three-dimensional art, and makes fused and slumped glass dinnerware, holiday dishes and serving pieces as well as decorative art pieces. This year her auction contribution is a square platter in blue and green glass with green, gold, and purple dichroic accents. It can be used as a serving piece or displayed on a stand, or both!

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Kathy Alvord Gerlich

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32ND ANNUAL FINE ART AUCTION

CHINOOK

off-hand sculpted glass 2013 20 x 32 x 7

10,000

$

42

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Growing up in the Pacific Northwest on a small island translated into ample time on and around the water for Raven Skyriver. Some of his most memorable moments are those of having his first salmon on the line, or a humpback whale feeding off the bow of his kayak. These unforgettable experiences dictate the work he makes today. He attempts to capture the essence of the animals that he depicts, and speak to the viewer’s own understanding of these creatures. He also hopes to draw into question the delicate balance of nature that is often taken for granted.

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Raven Skyriver

www.stoningtongallery.com

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SHIKAKUI MADO bronze 2012 9.5 x 10.5 x 2.5

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3,500

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Gerard Tsutakawa’s sculpture career began in 1970 when he apprenticed for his father, sculptor George Tsutakawa. His first exhibit was in 1976. He is represented by Woodside/ Braseth Gallery in Seattle and NewLeaf Sculpturesite Gallery in Sonoma. This bronze fabrication was formed, finished and patinaed in Tsutakawa’s Seattle studio. The piece features dark blue/red orange hued patina and is sealed with a double wax finish and micro silicon-based clear coat.

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Gerard Tsutakawa

www.gerardtsutakawa.com

144

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Jenny Pohlman & Sabrina Knowles LIBERATION SPEAR sculpted, carved, sandblased glass & mixed media 2014 63 x 4.5 x 4

$

4,500

44

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In 2000 Jenny Pohlman and Sabrina Knowles established the Pohlman Knowles High School Scholarship to honor the inner-city high school students they taught through Pratt’s “Fired Up About Glass” program from 1993 to 2000. As many of you know, this spear is a symbol of liberation and self-empowerment. All of the proceeds of this donation raised tonight will fund the scholarship for this year and carry on this tradition. Scholarship recipients can choose any class in any medium at Pratt Fine Arts Center. Their 20-year collaborative journey has taken Jenny and Sabrina to far away places and back to their studio, where they share deep conversations and reflections, joys and losses, growth spurts and eddies. Their work begins with a concept or a philosophy or a desire to bring a visual quality to their experiences with each other and with people around the globe. They design and sculpt glass forms, design and fabricate custom metal mounts and armatures, and adorn their works with beads from around the world. Their intent with each of the works is to engage their viewers in a moment of reflection and impart to them a sense of our global humanity.

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www.pohlmanknowles.com

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Armelle Bouchet O’Neill OBSCURA

blown and sand-carved glass 2014 18 x 12 x 10

$

4,000

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Armelle Bouchet O’Neill is a French-born, Seattle-based glass artist. Attracted by Scandinavian design, she studied at the Danish Design School on the island of Bornholm from 2005 to 2008. She moved to the United States in 2009, where she shares a studio with her husband and work partner, Sean O’Neill. She has been the recipient of many awards and scholarships, and in 2012, Bouchet O’Neill received the juror’s Grand Prize from Museum of Glass, Tacoma. Bouchet O’Neill’s work draws from the diversity of the rich and wild landscapes of the earth and what they inspire in us. Her work explores the repetition of line and its resulting forms. The lines are carefully laid out on the glass surface and the space between them is carved deeply using high-pressure sand. The series of lines will later reveal a landscape: a curve catches the light, evolves, repeats itself and grows organically, alluding to the rugged yet intricate formation of terrain. www.TraverGallery.com

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32ND ANNUAL FINE ART AUCTION

Peggy Washburn DYSLEXIC VALENTINE encaustic, mixed media 2013 24 x 48 x 1.5

$

3,000

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Peggy Washburn’s work is inspired by literature and comparative mythology and has been acquired by major collections, including those of the French National Collection, the Harry Ransom Center at the University of Texas, the Ralph Lauren collection, Museo De Fotografia in Brescia, Italy, and Seattle University. Along with numerous gallery shows, her work has been exhibited both nationally and internationally at the Whatcom Museum of History and Art, the Frye Art Museum, and Museo Nazionale di Fotografia, in Brescia, Italy. Peggy is represented by the Linda Hodges Gallery in Seattle and the Ricco Maresca Gallery in New York. www.lindhodgesgallery.com

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TILT

blown glass 2013 13 x 9 x 10

$

2,200

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A Seattle native, Greg Clark has been involved in glass for 18 years and has studied at Rhode Island School of Design, University of Washington, Pratt Fine Arts Center and Pilchuck Glass School. He currently operates his own business, Decicio Glass at his studio, Fifty Four Sixteen, in Seattle’s Ballard neighborhood.

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Greg Clark

www.decicioglass.com

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32ND ANNUAL FINE ART AUCTION

750

$

Wine label making experience must be scheduled on a mutually agreeable date before April 26, 2015.

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Design your own labels for this mixed case of premier Washington wine from Walla Walla winemaker Charles Smith – Food & Wine Magazine’s Winemaker of the Year! The case includes six bottles of K Vintners Sauvignon Blanc and six bottles of K Vintners Milbrandt Syrah, which will be ideal vessels for your handmade labels – works of art in their own right! A printmaker at Pratt Fine Arts Center will then help you design and produce your custom wine labels. This experience will be scheduled for a mutually agreeable date at Pratt. Will your custom bottles be opened and enjoyed, or displayed with pride?

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CASE OF CHARLES SMITH WINE WITH YOUR CUSTOM-DESIGNED LABELS

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Julie Conway FLAMMA TRE

blown glass, silver leaf, steel 2013 29 x 13 x 13

$

2,500

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Liquid light moves with calligraphic intention and fluid and elegant gestures. A cooled glass form, now an object, refracts and reflects light, thereby magnifying and illuminating our life experience. As an artist, Julie Conway’s inspiration is to combine glass forms with light sources to create experiential works that may brighten our physical space and perhaps transform our personal state. She is enchanted by the material that is simultaneously a solid and a liquid; its propensity to refract light is an essential part of her work. Illuminata, the name of Julie’s studio, stems from the Italian Renaissance group of thinkers and artists who expanded consciousness and brought enlightenment to the public. Their daring courage influences many of her artworks and challenges her perceived limitations. Included with this piece are LED components and a rechargeable battery pack for an easy, lighted display in any location. www.illuminataglass.com

150

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BLACK & YELLOW flameworked glass 2013 5 x 14 x 6

$

2,500

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Robert Mickelsen has exhibited and taught extensively at numerous major glass schools including the Pilchuck Glass School, Penland School of Crafts, The Studio at the Corning Museum of Glass and the Pittsburgh Glass Center. He has also produced videos on his flameworking process and published numerous technical and historical articles on flameworked glass. Mickelsen served for six years on the Board of Directors of the Glass Art Society. This piece, a favorite of the artist’s, was made during his Life Forms class at Pratt Fine Arts Center in 2013. It is hollow construction with solid legs and antennae.

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Robert Mickelsen

www.robertmickelsen.com

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DIRTY RIVER

watercolor on paper 2013 11 x 14

$

400

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Chandler Woodfin uses watercolor to explore the interference of humans into the landscape. These places are beautiful and bright, but also sick. They bloom and flourish with overabundance, but the soil and water are frail. These environments are vulnerable. Chandler is a Seattle-based painter and draftsman. Using watercolor and charcoal, she examines what it means to be human in both its personal and social contexts. She focuses on the moments in between action, the overlooked difficulties of our day-to-day existence, and tries to provide antidotes of comfort to our common ailments. Chandler received her BFA from Columbia College of Missouri, and completed a two-year painting apprenticeship at Gage Academy of Art in Seattle. She currently teaches drawing and painting at Pratt Fine Arts Center.

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Chandler Woodfin

www.chandlerwoodfin.com

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32ND ANNUAL FINE ART AUCTION

SUPPORT

steel and bronze 2014 16 x 8 x 8

$

3,200

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Lisa Geertsen is a professional artist blacksmith and owner of Firelight Forge, located in the Equinox Studio Building in Seattle’s Georgetown neighborhood. She has been creating sculpture and architectural metalwork for over 15 years. Her work appears in private homes as well as public spaces throughout the Seattle area. In addition to running her business, she is also a blacksmithing instructor and the Metal and Stone Studio Manager at Pratt Fine Arts Center.

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Lisa Geertsen

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www.firelightforge.com

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$

800

Your private blacksmithing lesson must be scheduled directly with the artist, in advance, and on a mutually agreeable date before April 26, 2015.

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Enjoy a day-long (eight hour) private blacksmithing lesson for two people from Lisa Geertsen, owner of Firelight Forge, in her personal studio. Lisa has been creating sculpture and architectural metalwork for over 15 years. Her work appears in private homes as well as public spaces throughout the Seattle area. In addition to running her business, she is also a blacksmithing instructor and the Metal and Stone Studio Manager at Pratt Fine Arts Center.

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PRIVATE BLACKSMITHING LESSON FOR TWO WITH LISA GEERTSEN

www.firelightforge.com

RESTRICTIONS: ALL ART & EXPERIENCE PURCHASES ARE SUBJECT TO A 10% PROCESSING FEE.


32ND ANNUAL FINE ART AUCTION

Layne Kleinart THRESHOLD 14 oil on paper 2009 37.5 x 29.5 (framed)

1,600

$

54

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Threshold refers to the brink of consciousness when wonder, joy, and curiosity collide. The subject of adolescence is an ongoing inspiration for Kleinart. She responds to that juncture of innocence and discovery, where emotions are often hidden by self-consciousness & uncertainty... feelings shared by many artists. This unique piece was painted with oil inks on rag paper, utilizing the printmaking technique of layering multiple plates. Layne holds fine art degrees in painting & printmaking from the University of Hawaii and the University of Washington. She is a former board member of Pratt Fine Arts Center & currently serves as president of the University of Washington School of Art Advisory Board. Kleinart’s work has been collected and exhibited internationally and can be seen locally at the Seattle Art Museum Gallery. www.laynekleinart.com

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CROSS SECTION NECKLACE mixed media 2014 Length: 17 inches

$

600

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Micki Lippe’s studio is her safe place. She makes the rules. There are no stop signs or speed limits. It is the place she goes to when life is good and when life is bad. Making jewelry offers her the pleasure of working with her hands building things. Micki hikes or cross-country skis almost every week. With the images from these experiences swirling in her head, she reflects on the beauty of the forest. The jewelry is a meld of the natural bounty of the Northwest and her personal aesthetic. More of Micki’s work can be seen at Curtis Steiner Gallery.

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Micki Lippe

www.curtissteiner.com

156

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32ND ANNUAL FINE ART AUCTION

JUROR’ S EXCELLENCE  AWARD

BOUND FISH

wood, aluminum, boot, glass, monofilament with accompanying project book (80 pages) 2007 8 x 30 x 1

$

500

56

Bound refers to both journey and containment. The artwork’s “bound’’ license plate was stamped at the Walla Walla Penitentiary and is part of a project that explores ways for the imprisoned Mill Creek, a salmon spawning stream, to become more habitat friendly. The accompanying book, Walla Walla Bound, documents that project. Meanwhile this fish is bound/restricted in its movement.

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Buster Simpson

www.bustersimpson.net

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CURL #8

encaustic on board 2012 38 x 12 x 1.5

$

158

450

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Kamla Kakaria received an MFA in printmaking from the University of Washington and has exhibited at various galleries in and around Seattle. She is currently a member of Shift Gallery in the TK building in Pioneer Square. She teaches at Pratt Fine Arts Center and Kirkland Arts Center and is the Printmaking/Painting/ Drawing Studio Manager at Pratt.

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Kamla Kakaria

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32ND ANNUAL FINE ART AUCTION

THE ULTIMATE SEATTLE FOODIE PACKAGE

1,600

$

58

The winner of this culinary package will receive $250 gift certificates to EACH of four of Seattle’s premier restaurants! Take in the splendor of Seattle from SkyCity – the Space Needle’s world-famous revolving restaurant located 500 feet above the ground. Enjoy the bold, Tuscan-inspired menu of internationally acclaimed Chef Don Curtiss at Volterra. Experience the glamour of Canlis, Seattle’s most award-winning restaurant with stunning views of Lake Union and the Cascade mountains. Dine in elegance at El Gaucho, the legendary northwest steak house -- dry aged steak or fresh seafood prepared to perfection over an open bed of glowing coals. Relive the memories of all these amazing flavors by enjoying six bottles of Jordan Winery Cabernet Sauvignon anytime you like!

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Hit the Culinary Jackpot

Donated by Piper and Billy O’Neill, Sky City, Volterra, and El Gaucho

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Thank You, Contributing Artists! Pratt Fine Arts Center is truly blessed with a dynamic community of artists, who support the organization’s mission in a myriad of ways, year after year. The Pratt Pack auction features an especially sensational display of art contributed by a most incredible and generous group of artists. Artists, we stand in absolute awe of your creative contributions to the field and we are truly grateful for your gifts this year. Thank you! Collectors, we encourage you to bid boldly this evening in support of our cause and in support of these artists who have been so giving. But we also encourage you to extend your support of these artists by visiting their studios and galleries, and continuing to invest in their work throughout the year.

A Abrass, Chris 111 Albrecht, Dan 71 Al-Dhaher, Sabah 124 Alonso, Juan 139 Andersson, Carolina 57 Ashman, Nick 65

B Baber, Bill 94 Batty, Theresa 87 Benefield, Scott 93 Bennett, Jennifer 58 Bennion, Mark 60 Bergen, Julie 69 Birinyi, Becky 41 Birmingham, Abbie 23 Bishop, Lyn 133 Blakely, Colin 93 Branham, Jan 36 Brig, Morgan 63 Bruno, Roy 69 Buhler, Karen 98 Burch, Robert 32

C Calkins, Larry 104 Calles, David 84 Campbell, Lee 119 Chase, Cathy 92

Chernow, Rebecca 91 Chihuly, Dale 7 Chodos-Irvine, Margaret 19 Chubotin, Yulia 65 Clark, Greg 148 Collins, Kathy 97 Conway, Julie 150 Cook, Layne 95 Cozza, Michael 85 Cullom, Ellen 33

D Darlington, Scott 140 Davis, Nick 95 DeGroot, Tom 136 Dingus, Marita 94 Dixon, Angie 72 Druckman, Sigal C. 54 Durall, Giustin 20

E Eballar, Jess 68 Edgley, Jane 34 Endean, Dawn 72 Erickson, Kathi 25 Ervin, Esther 52

F Ferguson, Mark 122

Ferraro, Jeanne Marie 96 Fishman, Beth 86 Flores, Enrique 115 Fowler, Tammra 31 Freeman, Davis 130 Funderburgh, Eva 59

G Galatro, Steve 66 Gamble, Sherri 108 Gascoigne, Sarah 51 Geertsen, Lisa 153 Gerlich, Kathy Alvord 142 Glenn, Richard 67 Goldstein, Kari 58 Goller, Carrie 82 Grahn, Carla 73 Graudins, Kerstin 78 Grisez, Catherine 131 Grula, Carrie 109 Guy, Iris 50

H Hamblin, Amy 48 Harbison, Ellen 49 Hargrave, Stephanie 110 Harris, Hallie 36 Hasegawa, Lisa 68 Hedin, Anne 70 Heineccius, Julia 26

Henscheid, Tom 29, 42, 76, 102 Hibbard, Cynthia 27 Hoffmeyer, Bob 47 Horch, Andrew 18 Howard, Gail 99 Howard, Perri Lynch 129 Hude, Katrina 91 Hungate-Hawk, Virginia 23

I Ichikawa, Etsuko 117 Idle, Lily 33 Ingalls, Pam 85

J Jackson, Joy 19

K Kakaria, Kamla 158 Kangas, Leah 51 Katzman, Mindi 97 Kimball, Tyler 28 King, Billy 88 Kleinart, Layne 155 Knowles, Sabrina 141, 145 Koda, Masami 26 Koyama, Tina 62 Kraft, Heather 49 Kramer, Tia 50 Kusachi, Sachiko 24

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L Landau, Jessica 88 Landsaat, Michele 35, 39 Lechler-Osborn, Susanne 48 Levitt, Emma 40 Lewis, Annie 38 Lippe, Micki 156 Lopez, Chuck 118

M Mahardy, Karen 83 Malcolm, Cheyenne 29 Mamelok, Joan 20 Marioni, Marina 46 Matson, Cheryl 47 McCord, Donna 25 McCormack, Dan 61 McDermott, Alex 62 Messer, Cody 30 Mickelsen, Robert 80, 151 Miller, Mark Takamichi 89 Miller, Ronda Lagerberg 107 Milne, Carol 123 Miltenberger, Janice 79 Minkoff, Daphne 82 Misoda, Melissa 64 Molyneaux, Mary 121 Monette, Colleen 42 Moniz, Jo 83 Montgomery, Alex 63 Morisawa, Naoko 135

N Neinas, Theresa 24 Nelson, Deidre 21 Nguyen, Thu 89, 90

O Oakes, Robin 80 O’Dell, Kelly 128

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O’Neill, Armelle Bouchet 137, 146 O’Neill, Piper 8, 106 O’Neill, Sean 137 O’Niell, Tim 99

Solliday, Dara 86 Solomon, Barbara 22 Speidel, Julie 114 SuttonBeresCuller 103 Szloch, Scott 92

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Taylor, Delores 81 Tepper-Stewart, Sasha 9, 84 Tervonen, Jan 98 Theil, Leslie 55 Tomas, Rebbecca 61 Tornatzky, Luke 125 Tsutakawa, Gerard 144 Tur, Sylwia 67

R Rackley, Julia 39 Randall, Anne 46 Rhoads, Kait 134 Rhodes, Richard 43, 100 Riehl, Walt 113 Ross, Carol 28 Rudis, Mark 66

S Santamaria, Gwendolyn 27 Savidge, Sarah 90 Scott, Angela 70 Scott, Ann 56 Scott, Kristen 56 Seattle Metals Guild 120 Siems, Anne 87 Simpson, Buster 157 Simpson, David 112 Sing, Shirley 38 Skibska, Anna 126 Skinner, Catherine Eaton 116 Skyriver, Raven 143 Smersh, Frances 30 Snow-Lady, Lisa 22 Sokolovic, Checha 57

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EXPERIENCES An Evening at The Ruins: Dinner for Twelve 127 Case of Charles Smith Wine with YOUR CustomDesigned Labels 149 Date Night Downtown: Dinner and a Broadway show 77 Glass Pyrograph Performance with Etsuko Ichikawa 117 glassybaby Glassblowing & Grub for six 79 Glassy Shores of Lake Union: Lyn Bishop studio experience and houseboat dinner for six 133 Hit the Culinary Jackpot:The Ultimate Seattle Foodie Package 159 Julie Speidel Studio Tour with Catered Lunch 114

Van De Zande, Sacha 53 Van Eenoo, Cedric 18 Van Someren, Kim 37

Miro: The Experience of Seeing Guided tour at Seattle Art Museum for Ten 76

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Private Blacksmithing Lesson for Two with Lisa Geertsen 154

Walker, Susan 60 Ward, Laura 96 Wartnik, Felicia 52 Washburn, Peggy 147 Wellsandt, Mary-Melinda 71 Wilson, Susanne Ratcliff 21 Wolfe, Rickie 110 Wonderly, Nan 34 Woodfin, Chandler 152

Private Wood Turning Lesson with Tom Henscheid 76 Sculptural Collage Art Party for Ten with Rickie Wolfe & Stephanie Hargrave 110 Screenprinting Art Party for Ten with Kirstin Graudins 78 SODO and Soccer: Glass Distillery and the Seattle Sounders 78 Sound Spirits Distillery Tour and Tasting 77 The Foundry Wine Tasting and Tour for Two in Walla Walla, WA 138 The Pratt Pack’s Liquor Cabinet 105


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