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Massachusetts College of Art and Design

28TH ANNUAL BENEFIT ART AUCTION

Saturday, April 8, 2017

MassArtAuction.org #MassArtAuction


28th Annual Benefit Art Auction Saturday, April 8, 2017 Doors & Silent Auction open at 6:30PM

Massachusetts College of Art and Design Bakalar & Paine Galleries 621 Huntington Avenue | Boston, MA 02115

Contents pages Sponsors & Committee Auction Guidelines Gallery Listing Artist Listing

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live auction

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& raise your paddle Begins at 8:00PM | With Karen Keane, MassArt Trustee and CEO, Skinner, Inc.

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Sponsored by:

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Sponsored by:

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Silent auction 01

Closes at 10:00PM

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Silent auction 02

Closes at 10:20PM

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Silent auction 03

Closes at 10:40PM

Opening Reception Wednesday, March 29, 2017 6:00-8:00PM

Absentee Bidding Visit MassArtAuction.org

Sponsored by Twin Focus Capital Partners LLC | Admission with Auction sponsorship/ticket

Preview Days March 30-April 6, NOON–7:00PM

On back cover:

Free and open to the public; closed Sunday and during private events

Zoe Perry-Wood Courtesy of the artist and Gallery Kayafas

Tickets or General Information Contact Corinne Wardian, Manager of Stewardship & Fundraising Events 617.879.7022 | auction@massart.edu

Paddle Sponsor:

On cover: Julie Martini M'03 Courtesy of the artist and MassArt Curatorial Programs

First row/ left to right

Nona Hersey (Faculty) Courtesy of the artist and Soprafina Gallery

Student T-Shirt Sponsor:

Second row/ left to right

Nelson Da Costa Courtesy of the artist and Gallery NAGA Ryan Arthurs M'12 Courtesy of the artist and Room 68 Third Row

Stacy A. Scibelli '04 Courtesy of the artist

Connect with us: @MassArtBoston | #MassArtAuction


MullenLowe is proud to support MassArt and its artists.


WELCOME to the 2017 MassArt Auction! This year marks the 28th anniversary of MassArt’s signature Annual Benefit Art Auction. This event has grown exponentially since 1989 but what has remained constant is the extraordinary array of featured artwork that continues to attract the most discerning collectors. MassArt Auction proceeds go to scholarships and support for academic programs that directly benefit our most important asset – our students. MassArt is the nation’s first public, independent college of art and design in the country. Auction proceeds raised tonight provide the next generation of artists, designers, and educators with a world-class education regardless of their ability to pay. Our sincerest thanks to all of YOU – sponsors, patrons, artists, gallery partners, faculty, staff, students, and volunteers - for joining us tonight to make this event possible. Quite simply, we couldn’t do it without you. Please enjoy the evening - bid high and bid often!

David Nelson President

Tali Kwatcher Chair, MassArt Foundation

RAISE YOUR PADDLE TONIGHT! Everyone wins when you participate in Raise Your Paddle at the beginning of the Live Auction. Raise Your Paddle is our annual appeal for outright contributions to our student scholarship fund. Raise your paddle high at the beginning of the Live Auction. Your gift, of any amount, will have a significant impact on our students by ensuring that MassArt remains affordable. Your winning bid could help a student pay for tuition, art supplies, or something as essential as a meal plan. 100% of your gift goes to student scholarships. Last year, we raised enough funds to provide six full-tuition scholarships! Let’s do more this year! CHANGE A STUDENT’S LIFE. RAISE YOUR PADDLE!

WHAT IT COSTS

Student Meal Plan

Art Supplies

Fees & Tuition

HOW TO HELP

your donation provides

WHAT TO DO

at the beginning of the live auction at

8:00pm

$5,000

Almost a half year’s tuition for an in-state student

Massart costs

$2,500

$26,000

2 months’ worth of tuition for an in-state student

$1,000

a year for an in-state student

On-Campus Housing

Takes the place of a part-time job for one of our students

$750

Help a student pay for rent

$500

Help a student pay for art supplies

$250

Help a ceramics student pay for clay for a year

100% of funds raised during raise your paddle go directly to student scholarships

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Worth its weight in art

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sponsors

ADDITIONAL CORPORATE SUPPORTERS Cambridge Savings Bank Dimeo Construction Company Eastern Bank Elkus Manfredi Architects Ennead Architects LLP InkHouse ITS A Xerox Company kor group Portobello Road Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP Stantec Treasure Bay Jewelry Designs ® Walsh Brothers, Incorporated ADDITIONAL IN-KIND SUPPORTERS Around the Corner Framing Clark Fine Art Services Dillon Buss Films Emergency Production, LLC Framers’ Workshop Handel & Haydn Society Harpoon Brewery Bryant Ross ‘04 ART AFICIONADOS Sandra & David Bakalar Ronald & Ronni Casty Gabrielle & Richard Coffman David & Lynn Eikenberry James & Paula Gould Tim Hilton & Sarah Miller Saul Pannell & Sally Currier Molly Shannon Valentine Talland & Nagesh Mahanthappa Chiara Trabucchi Jérôme Urvoy & Marc Wurbel Elissa & Bill Warner ART CONNOISSEURS Alchemy Foundation Katie Block Holly & David Bruce Donna Farrell & Charles Jobson

Sponsor listing as of February 1, 2017

Cheryl & Larry Franklin

Jean M. Hynes & Mark Joseph Condon

Deborah & Ronald Feinstein Spencer Glendon & Lisa Tung Michelle & Frank Ingari Alison ’07 & Isaac Judd Brian & Amanda Kinney Harriet & Alan Lewis Nancy Lukitsh Roberta & Colin Moore Marjorie E. O’Malley Jane & George Pelz Heather & Jeremy Pozen Patricia & Bob Rivers Susan & Bob Schechter Audrey & Mark Schuster Cathy & Jim Stone Keith Wang & Katherine Sayn-Wittgenstein Susan Whitehead ART LOVERS Mark Andrus Anonymous in memory of Victor Thay Robert L. Beal Mary & Scott Carson Fred Ehrsam Marjorie & Nick Greville Elizabeth & Paul Harrington Jay Jakubowski Elizabeth L. Johnson Leventhal-Rontal-Fleiss Family Viginia Litle & Tony Godfrey Karen Keane & Dan Elias Marcie Richardson Mike & Kathy Stack Nathalie & John Thompson ‘05 Susan & Kyle Weaver ART ENTHUSIASTS June & Henry Biner Steve Corkin & Dan Maddalena Jennifer & Andrew Custard Ann & Myron Falchuk Gallery NAGA Dr. Kimberly & Robert Gatof Nicolas M. Kane & Travis S. Place

Maureen Keefe Patricia LaValley & Geoff Hargadon Sondra & Norman Levenson Marcia Lloyd & Daniel C. Shannon Benjamin & Caroline Loveland Richard Marshall Holly & Steve Muson Deirdre & Barry Nectow Kimberly & David Nelson Stephen Neumeier & Carol Savoy Aruña Chong Quiroga & Alejandro Quiroga Kathy & Gary Sharpless Antony & Rachel Solomons Ginni & David Spencer Karla & Ken Strickland Patrick & Karen Veale P’10 LEAD GALLERY SUPPORTERS Adelson Galleries Boston Ameringer | McEnery | Yohe Barbara Krakow Gallery bk projects Carroll and Sons Drive-By Projects Gallery Kayafas Gallery NAGA kblockart LeRoy Neiman Center for Print Studies at Columbia University Mary Ryan Gallery Miller Yezerski Gallery Morgan Lehman Gallery Nancy Hoffman Gallery Pace Prints RYAN LEE, New York S3 Contemporary Samsøñ Soprafina Gallery Wingate Studio Media Sponsor

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committee & board Katie Block AUCTION COMMITTEE CO-CHAIR

Cheryl Franklin AUCTION COMMITTEE CO-CHAIR

MASSaCHUSETTS COLLEGE OF ART AND DESIGN FOUNDATION: 2017 AUCTION COMMITTEE

MASSACHUSETTS COLLEGE OF ART AND DESIGN FOUNDATION: 2016-2017 BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Franny Andahazy '83

Robert Bachelder

Richard Coffman, Foundation Director

June Biner

Deanna Fulp, Foundation Director

Emma Calus

Jennifer Harrington, Foundation Director

Richard Coffman

Beth Kantrowitz

Caroline Collings, Honorary Director

Jill Kravetz

Nina Fletcher ‘91

Tali Kwatcher, Chair, MassArt Foundation

Deanna Fulp

Jeffrey Lee

Robert S. Gatof

Kristina Hare Lyons, Foundation Director

Nicholas Greville, Honorary Director

Marjorie E. O’Malley, VP for Advancement/ Executive Director, MassArt Foundation

Jennifer Harrington, Vice Chair

Patricia Rivers, Foundation Director

William Hicks, Chair Emerita

Katie Ryan

Michelle Ingari

Susan Schechter, MassArt Trustee

Consuelo Isaacson

Evan Scheele '98

Charles Jobson

Molly Shannon, Foundation Director

Alison Judd ‘07

Jodi Slater, Foundation Director

Wesley Karger

Lloyd Speed

Brian Kinney

John Thompson '05, Assoc. Professor, Fine Arts 2D

Tali Kwatcher, Chair

Chiara Trabucchi, Foundation Director

Fredrick Leichter

Lisa Tung, Director, Bakalar & Paine Galleries

Fred Liang

Elissa Warner, Foundation Director

Marcia Lloyd

Trevania Henderson, Chair Emerita

Kristina Hare Lyons MASSACHUSETTS COLLEGE OF ART AND DESIGN: 2016-2017 BOARD OF TRUSTEES

James Mason

M. David Lee, Chair

Marjorie O’Malley, Executive Director

Pamela Parisi '67, Vice Chair

Paul Pflugfelder

Hope Barkan

Jeremy Pozen, Treasurer

Julia Dudley-Kramer '17, Student Trustee

Patricia Rivers

Elisa Hamilton '07

Susan Rothenberg, Honorary Director

Karen M. Keane

Susan Schechter, Trustee Representative, Chair Emerita

Richard Marshall, M.D.

Molly Shannon

William P. McQuillan

Jodi Slater

Peter Nessen

Katherine Sloan, Honorary Director

Susan Schechter

Ken Strickland, Provost

Linda L. Snyder

Valentine Talland, Vice Chair

2017 AUCTION CATALOG PRODUCTION Contributing Editors: Kathy Calnan, Megan Cronin ’94, Abby Marshall ‘19, and Corinne Wardian Design: Bryant Ross ‘04 / BryantRoss.com Printing: Universal Wilde / universalwilde.com

David Nelson, President

Michael Tarnow, Honorary Director Chiara Trabucchi Clare Villari, Chair Emerita Elissa Warner Cheryl Warrick ’88, Honorary Director David Webster

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David Hilliard '92 Final Destination, 2013 Pg. 20

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auction guidelines FIFTH LINE BIDDING Be the fifth bidder! When you bid on the FIFTH LINE of a silent auction bid sheet you will be entered into a raffle to win free artwork installation services. Imagine having a professional come to your home and help you hang and arrange your art. The good news is that even if you don't win that particular item, just having your bid on the FIFTH LINE will enter you into the raffle. Go ahead—be the fifth bidder. Three winners will be chosen at random after the Auction. All winners will be notified by email the week following the event. Installation services to be scheduled at a mutually convenient time for both parties within one year of the Auction.

BEFORE THE AUCTION Preview and bid on auction artwork at paddle8.com/auction/massart starting March 24, 2017 through April 7 at noon EST. Bids may be placed on either Live or Silent Auction lots during this time. All Silent Auction lots are available for purchase for 150% of their stated value. For more information visit MassArtAuction.org. You can also download the Paddle8 app to your iPhone and bid and buy artwork from your phone before the Auction.

AT THE AUCTION / CHECK-IN During check-in, guests will receive bidder numbers when they provide a valid credit card or leave a signed blank check at the registration table. Bidder numbers will not be issued unless either a credit card or a check is provided. This will ensure prompt payment of all artwork and shorten the checkout process significantly. If you registered to come with a guest, other than your spouse, your guest will have to register for his or her own bidder number unless you have requested otherwise.

To expedite your check-in process, contact Manager of Stewardship & Fundraising Events, Corinne Wardian at 617.879.7022 to attach a credit card to your bidder number before the Auction.

SILENT AUCTION BIDDING There are three Silent Auction sections that will close in twentyminute intervals upon completion of the Live Auction. Each item offered in the Silent Auction will have a bid sheet posted adjacent to it. To place a bid, write your bidder number on the sheet opposite the amount you wish to bid. Please place bids according to the minimum increments posted on the bid sheet; any bid not in the proper increment will be disqualified. You may bid on any item in the Silent Auction until the section is closed. At the posted closing time a Silent Auction Captain will collect the bid sheets and determine the winning bid for each item. If you are the winning bidder at the close of the Silent Auction section, your bid constitutes a legal contract to purchase the item. In the event of a dispute over a Silent Auction bid, the Executive Director of Advancement will determine the winning bid and the decision will be final.

BUY NOW OPTION Any Silent Auction lot may be purchased outright by paying 150% of its stated value. Artwork may be purchased at any time during the Auction by placing a bid on the highlighted Buy Now line with your bidder number on the artwork's bid sheet. Once the bid has been placed on the Buy Now line of the bid sheet, the work is considered sold. Bid sheets will remain adjacent to the work until the section is closed. The Buy Now option is available during the Opening Reception on Wednesday, March 29 and during the Public Preview Days on March 30 – April 6 and to online bidders at paddle8.com/auction/massart.

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auction guidelines LIVE AUCTION

ARTWORK PICK-UP/DELIVERY

The Live Auction will begin at 8:00PM and continue without breaks until all items have sold. To bid in the Live Auction, hold your bid card up high with the number facing the Auctioneer. The highest bid acknowledged by the Auctioneer constitutes a legal contract to purchase the item by that bidder.

To ensure the safety of all artwork, NO ARTWORK WILL BE WRAPPED TO TAKE HOME THE NIGHT OF THE AUCTION. After paying for your purchases at the check-out station, please make arrangements at the pick-up/delivery station through one of the following options:

To place an absentee Live Auction bid visit at paddle8.com/auction/massart or contact Executive Director of Advancement Kathy Calnan at kcalnan@massart.edu or 617.879.7012.

1) Pick up work in the Bakalar & Paine Galleries on Wednesday, April 12 or Thursday, April 13, 4:00 – 7:00 PM; or 2) Have work delivered to your home in the Metro Boston area; or 3) Have work professionally shipped at the expense of the purchaser.

BUYER’S PREMIUM A buyer’s premium equal to 10% of the winning bid will be applied to each lot sold and will be paid by the buyer as part of the purchase price. A buyer’s premium will not be applied to any pledge(s) made during the Live Auction’s Raise Your Paddle fundraising opportunity. Gifts made through Raise Your Paddle are outright donations and are fully tax-deductible as allowed by law.

SALES TAX All artwork purchases are subject to the Massachusetts 6.25% sales tax unless the purchaser possesses a Massachusetts sales tax exemption number. Exemption certificates from other states will be accepted if presented with a business card or on letterhead. All certificates must be presented during guest check-in.

PAYMENT Cash, checks, Visa, MasterCard, and American Express will be accepted as payment. Guests will be asked to put a credit card on file during check-in for payment of artwork purchases and donations made at the Auction. Notification of winning bids and receipt of purchase will be emailed following the event. You may visit the check-out station with any questions at the end of the evening. All purchases are final and must be paid for on the evening of the Auction. No exchanges or refunds will be allowed.

The Office of Fundraising Events will contact buyers who did not make pick-up/delivery arrangements the week following the Auction.

GENERAL RULES The Massachusetts College of Art and Design Foundation reserves the right to add items to or withdraw items from the Auction without notice. The MassArt Foundation has attempted to describe and catalog all items accurately, but all items are offered “as is, where is.” The MassArt Foundation neither warrants nor represents, and in no event shall be responsible for, the correctness of the descriptions, genuineness, authorship, provenance, or condition of the items. No statement made in this catalog, orally at the Auction, or elsewhere shall be deemed such a warranty, representation, or assumption of liability. The values listed are estimates of fair market values. Items have not been appraised by the MassArt Foundation. Each person (bidder) issued a bid card assumes all risks and hazards related to the items obtained at the Auction. Each bidder agrees to hold harmless from any liability arising there from the Massachusetts College of Art and Design Foundation, its employees, the event organizers, sponsors, and volunteers connected with the Auction. All items purchased in the Live Auction become the property of the winning bidder once that bidder is acknowledged by the Auctioneer.

Thank You. We thank you for your support and wish you the best of luck on your auction bidding!

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gallery listing Many of the artists participating in the MassArt Auction are represented by galleries in Boston and beyond. We hope that you will take note of the gallery names listed with many of the entries. We encourage you to visit these galleries to see a greater body of work by these artists and to learn about other artists the gallery may represent. These galleries are committed to advancing the careers of artists. Please let the gallery know that you saw their name at the MassArt Auction!

gallery

address

city state

zip

phone website

555 Gallery

555 East 2nd Street

Boston

MA

02127

857-496-7234

555Gallery.com

Abigail Ogilvy Gallery

460 Harrison Avenue

Boston

MA

02118

617-820-5173

AbigailOgilvy.com

Adelson Galleries Boston

520 Harrison Avenue

Boston

MA

02118

617-832-0633

AdelsonGalleriesBoston.com

Ameringer | McEnery | Yohe

525 West 22nd Street

New York

NY

10011

212-445-0051

AMY-nyc.com

ArtMora Gallery

222 Main Street

Ridgefield Park

NJ

07660

201-440-0006

ArtMora.org

Barbara Krakow Gallery

10 Newbury Street #5

Boston

MA

02116

617-262-4490

BarbaraKrakowGallery.com

Beth Urdang Gallery

460 Harrison Avenue

Boston

MA

02118

781-264-1121

BethUrdangGallery.com

bk projects

617-835-8255

BKArtProjects.com

Blue Cloud Gallery

713 Broadway

Somerville

MA

02144

617-776-2700

BlueCloudGallery.com

Bromfield Gallery

450 Harrison Avenue

Boston

MA

02118

617-451-3605

BromfieldGallery.com

Caldbeck Gallery

12 Elm Street

Rockland

ME

04841

207-594-5935

Caldbeck.com

Carroll and Sons

450 Harrison Avenue #7

Boston

MA

02118

617-482-2477

CarrollAndSons.net

Catherine Edelman Gallery

300 West Superior Street

Chicago

IL

60654

312-266-2350 EdelmanGallery.com

Childs Gallery

169 Newbury Street

Boston

MA

02116

617-266-1108

ChildsGallery.com

Clark Gallery

145 Lincoln Road

Lincoln

MA

01773

781-259-8303

ClarkGallery.com

Copley Society

158 Newbury Street

Boston

MA

02116

617-536-5039

CopleySociety.org

Craig Krull Gallery

2525 Michigan Avenue # B3 Santa Monica

CA

90404

310-828-6410

CraigKrullGallery.com

Cyberarts Gallery

141 Green Street

Jamaica Plain

MA

02130

617-522-6710

BostonCyberarts.org

Danese/Corey

511 West 22nd Street

New York

NY

10011

212-223-2227

DaneseCorey.com

Drive-By Projects

81 Spring Street

Watertown

MA

02472

617-835-8255

Drive-ByProjects.com

Edwynn Houk Gallery

745 5th Avenue, #407

New York

NY

10151

212-750-7070

HoukGallery.com

Evergreen Gallery

3295 South 2000 East

Salt Lake City

UT

84109

801-467-8770 EvergreenGallery.com

Fountain Street Fine Art

59 Fountain Street

Framingham

MA

01702

508-879-4200

FountainStreetFineArt.com

Gallery Kayafas

450 Harrison Avenue

Boston

MA

02118

617-482-0411

GalleryKayafas.com

Gallery NAGA

67 Newbury Street

Boston

MA

02116

617-267-9060

GalleryNAGA.com

GRIN

60 Valley Street, Unit 3

Providence

RI

02909

402-272-0796

GrinProvidence.com

Hourglass Gallery

458 Main Street

Melrose

MA

02176

781-662-1229

HourglassGifts.com

Hutson Gallery

432 Commercial Street

Provincetown

MA

02657

508-487-0915

HutsonGallery.com

International Poster Gallery

460C Harrison Avenue, Suite C20

Boston

MA

02118

617-375-0076

InternationalPoster.com

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Jack Meier Gallery

2310 Bissonnet Street

Houston

TX

77005

713-526-2983

JackMeierGallery.com

James Cohan Gallery

533 West 26th Street

New York

NY

10001

212-714-9500

JamesCohan.com

Ken Saunders Gallery

230 West Superior Street

Chicago

IL

60654

312-573-1400

KenSaundersGallery.com

Kingston Gallery

450 Harrison Avenue

Boston

MA

02118

617-423-4113

KingstonGallery.com

Kopeikin Gallery

2766 S La Cienega Boulevard Los Angeles

CA

90034

310-559-0800

KopeikinGallery.com

Lanoue Fine Art

450 Harrison Avenue #31

Boston

MA

02118

617-262-4400

LanoueFineArt.com

LeRoy Neiman Center for Print Studies at Columbia University

Columbia University, 2960 Broadway

New York

NY

10027

212-854-7641

Columbia.edu/CU/Arts/Neiman

Liz O'Brien New York

306 East 61st Street

New York

NY

10065

212-755-3800

LizOBrien.com

Lupine Gallery

PO Box 366, 48 Main Street Monhegan

ME

4852

207-594-8131

LupineGalleryMonhegan.com

Mary Ryan Gallery

515 West 26th Street

New York

NY

10001

212-397-0669

MaryRyanGallery.com

Mason Fine Art

Suite 100, 415 Plaster Avenue NE

Atlanta

GA

30324

404-879-1500

MasonFineArtAndEvents.com

Miller Yezerski Gallery 450 Harrison Avenue, #309A

Boston

MA

02118

617-262-0550

MillerYezerskiGallery.com

Mobilia Gallery

358 Huron Avenue

Cambridge

MA

02138

617-876-2109

Mobilia-Gallery.com

Morgan Lehman Gallery

535 West 22nd Street

New York

NY

10011

212-268-6699

MorganLehmanGallery.com

MRG Fine Art

13453 Ventura Boulevard

Los Angeles

CA

91423

818-277-6927

MRGFineArt.com

Nahcotta

110 Congress Street

Portsmouth

NH

03801

603-433-1705

Nahcotta.com

Nancy Hoffman Gallery

520 West 27th Street

New York

NY

10001

212-966-6676

NancyHoffmanGallery.com

Pace Prints

32 East 57th Street

New York

NY

10022

212-421-3237

PacePrints.com

Panopticon Gallery

502c Commonwealth Avenue Boston

MA

02215

617-267-8929

PanopticonGallery.com

Pearl Street Gallery

100 Pearl Street

Chelsea

MA

02150

617-338-1388

PearlStreetGallery.com

Renjeau Galleries

79 Worcester Street

Natick

MA

01760

508-655-5121

Renjeau.com

Rice Polak Gallery

430 Commercial Street

Provincetown

MA

02657

508-487-1052

RicePolakGallery.com

Room 68

377 Commercial Street

Provincetown

MA

02657

774-538-6470

Room68online.com

RYAN LEE Gallery

515 West 26th Street

New York

NY

10001

212-397-0742

RyanLeeGallery.com

S3 Contemporary

83 Perkins Street, #3

Boston

MA

02130

508-517-7712

S3Contemporary.com

Samsøñ

450 Harrison Avenue

Boston

MA

02118

617-357-7177

SamsonProjects.com

Schoolhouse Gallery

494 Commercial Street

Provincetown

MA

02657

508-487-4800

SchoolHouseProvincetown.com

Solace Studio & Gallery

2312 Long Beach Boulevard Surf City

NJ

08008

609-848-9702

SoliceStudiolbi.com

Soprafina Gallery

55 Thayer Street

Boston

MA

02118

617-728-0770

Soprafina.com

Steven Zevitas Gallery

450 Harrison Avenue #47

Boston

MA

02118

617-778-5265

StevenZevitasGallery.com

Sunne Savage Gallery

135 Cambridge Street

Winchester

MA

01890

781-721-2410

SunneSavage.com

Terzian Galleries

625 Main Street

Park City

UT

84060

435-649-4927

TerzianGalleries.com

The Rymer Gallery

233 Fifth Avenue North

Nashville

TN

37219

615-752-6030

TheRymerGallery.com

Viridian Artists

548 West 28th Street, 6th Floor

New York

NY

10001

212-414-4040

ViridianArtists.com

Wingate Studio

925 Northfield Road

Hinsdale

NH

03451

603-239-8223

WingateStudio.com

Yancey Richardson Gallery

525 West 22nd Street

New York

NY

10011

646-230-9610

YanceyRichardson.com

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the live auction Begins at

8:00pm

With Karen Keane, MassArt Trustee and CEO, Skinner, Inc.

2017 AUCTION COMMISSION

2017 AUCTION COMMISSION

Portrait commission

Wall painting commission

Lot 6: Rania Matar

Lot 17: John Guthrie ’92

Rania Matar's identities as a Lebanese/American woman and mother inform her work, which focuses on girls and women in both her cultures, highlighting how female subjectivity develops in parallel form across cultural lines. While most of her earlier work focused on prepubescent and teenage girls, her most recent project, Unspoken Conversations, which started when her own daughter left for college, focuses on the very potent relationship between mothers and daughters, and on growing up and growing old. Her work will be included in a solo exhibition at the Amon Carter Museum: In Her Image, which opens in December 2017.

John Guthrie has parlayed his training in aerospace engineering into artworks of brightly colored geometric forms and lines, always perfectly composed and meticulously rendered. Bid on this rare opportunity to have an artist’s studio practice brought to your home and witness John’s thoughtful process as it unfolds into a stunning, high-impact wall drawing.

The winner of this commission will receive a beautifully unique and intimate custom 36” x 44” photograph of themselves, their daughters, and/or the different generations of women in their family. Date of the commission to be set at a mutually convenient time for both parties within a year of purchase. Commission includes the portrait sitting, unframed editioned print, digital file for personal use, and four unframed 8"x 10” prints. There will be additional travel expenses for locations outside of metropolitan Boston. Courtesy of the artist and Carroll and Sons.

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The winner of this commission will receive a large-scale (up to 8’ x 6') hand painted wall drawing for an interior location of their choosing. The artist will offer the winner a range of drawings to choose from for the final project. Date of the commission to be set at a mutually convenient time for both parties within a year of purchase. There will be additional travel expenses for locations outside of metropolitan Boston. Courtesy of the artist.


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1. Shepard Fairey

2. Will Cotton

Kiss Me Deadly, 2012, 13 of 35 Three Color Relief Prints on Handmade Paper 35” x 25.5” $4,250

Cupcake Papers, 2013, 21 of 25 Two Color Lithograph with Hand-Coloring on Handmade Paper 20.5” x 26” $5,600

Courtesy of Pace Prints Shepard received his BFA from RISD in 1992. His work has been exhibited nationally and internationally and is in the collections of the ICA Boston, Smithsonian, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, MoMA, the Museum of Contemporary Art in San Diego, and the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, DC. He is best known for his series of campaign posters for Barack Obama’s 2008 campaign and his OBEY Clothing line founded in 2001. He also continues to design street art; the most recent campaign is We the People (a series of posters) in collaboration with the Amplifier Foundation. Visit: ObeyGiant.com

Courtesy of Pace Prints Born in 1965 in Melrose, MA, Will received his BFA from Cooper Union, New York and also studied at the New York Academy of Art. He currently lives and works in New York and is best known for his depictions of landscapes composed of sweets, often inhabited by languidly posed female figures. His work has been exhibited throughout the United States and Europe including the San Francisco Museum of Art, the Seattle Art Museum, the Kunsthalle Bielefeld in Germany, the Hudson River Museum, the Triennale di Milano in Italy, the Musée Marmottan Monet in Paris, and the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes in Havana. Cotton is represented by Mary Boone Gallery, New York, NY.

3. Mark Dion

4. Donald Sultan

Cupboards, Closets, and Lockers: Curiosities and Rarities, 2015-2016, 18 of 18 Laser-Engraved Wood Veneer and Offset Lithography Mounted on Archival Museum Board 19.5” x 13” x 0.5” $4,000

Mimosas, October 2, 2006, 2006, 62 of 90 Etching, Aquatint, and Silkscreen 27.25” x 39.25” $7,500 Courtesy of Mary Ryan Gallery

Courtesy of LeRoy Neiman Center for Print Studies at Columbia University Mark Dion was born in New Bedford, MA and currently lives and works in NYC. He received his BFA and an honorary doctorate in 2003 from the University of Hartford School of Art, CT as well as an MFA from School of Visual Arts, NY. He is presently is a Visual Arts mentor at Columbia University and co-director of Mildred’s Land, an innovative visual art education and residency program in Beach Lake, PA. He has received numerous awards, including the ninth annual Larry Aldrich Foundation Award. Mark has participated in numerous solo and group exhibitions, and is currently represented by Tanya Bonakdar Gallery.

Born in Asheville, NC, Donald studied at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and later received his MFA from the School of the Art Institute in Chicago. His first solo exhibition was mounted in 1977 at Artists Space in NY, and since then he has exhibited worldwide in solo and group exhibitions. In September 2016, a solo exhibition of Sultan’s Disaster Paintings began a two-year tour of five American museums, organized by Dr. Marla Price at the Museum of Modern Art in Fort Worth. This exhibition will travel to the Lowe Art Museum at the University of Miami, FL; Museum of Modern Art in Fort Worth, TX; Smithsonian American Art Museum in Washington, DC; North Carolina Museum of Art in Raleigh, NC; and Sheldon Museum of Art in Lincoln, NE.

5. Michelle Grabner

6. Rania Matar

Untitled, 2016 Oil on Burlap and Panel 20” x 16” $10,000

Portrait Commission Archival Pigment Print 36” x 28.8” $6,500

Courtesy of the artist and Drive-By Projects

Courtesy of the artist and Carroll and Sons, Boston

Michelle received her BFA in painting and drawing and her MFA in art history from the University of WisconsinMilwaukee, in addition to her MFA in art theory and practice from Northwestern University. She is the current chair of the painting and drawing department at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and is a senior critic in the painting and printmaking department at Yale University. Her writings have been published in Artforum, Modern Painters, Frieze, and Art Press. She co-curated the 2014 Whitney Biennial at the Whitney Museum of American Art. Her work is the collections of the Walker Art Center, the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and Smithsonian American Art Museum. Most recently, she had a solo exhibition at James Cohan Gallery in NYC in February 2017. Visit: MichelleGrabner.com

Rania was born and raised in Lebanon and trained as an architect at the American University of Beirut and at Cornell University. She studied photography at the New England School of Photography and the Maine Photographic Workshops. Her images are in the permanent collections of several museums worldwide, and her work has won several awards, including two MA Cultural Council Fellowship Awards and a Legacy Award from the Griffin Museum of Photography. She was a finalist for the James and Audrey Foster Prize in 2008 at the ICA Boston. Visit: RaniaMatar.com

7. Romare Bearden

8. Joan Bankemper

Girl in the Garden, 1979, 8 of 150 Color Lithograph 29” x 21” $8,000

The Engagement, 2014 Ceramic 28.5” x 14” x 12” $12,000

Courtesy of Mary Ryan Gallery

Courtesy of Nancy Hoffman Gallery

Romare was born in 1911 in Charlotte, NC and died in NYC in 1988 at the age of 76. Romare began college at Lincoln University, transferred to Boston University and completed his studies at New York University, graduating with a degree in education. He was the recipient of many awards and honors throughout his lifetime. Honorary doctorates were given by Pratt Institute, Carnegie Mellon University, Davidson College, and Atlanta University, to name but a few. He received the Mayor’s Award of Honor for Art and Culture in New York City in 1984 and the National Medal of Arts, presented by President Ronald Reagan, in 1987. His life and art are marked by exceptional talent and he was also a celebrated humanist, as demonstrated by his lifelong support of young, emerging artists.

Joan was born in Covington, KY in 1959. She received a BFA from Kansas City Art Institute in MS and an MFA from the Maryland Institute College of Art’s Mount Royal Graduate School in Baltimore. The artist’s work has been shown in many venues, most notably the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston, New Museum of Contemporary Art in NYC, Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles, and the Detroit Institute of Arts in Michigan. Her work has also been exhibited in many garden venues such as Wave Hill in Bronx, NY and Abington Art Center in Jenkinton, PA as well as extensively in Italy.

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9. George Nick

10. Nona Hershey

Autumn, Concord, 1987, 1987 Oil on Linen 20” x 30” $20,000

Interference I, 2016 Watercolor, Graphite Powder, Gouache, and Laser-Cut Fluorescent Plexiglass 23” x 30.5” $4,000

Courtesy of the artist and Gallery NAGA George is a Professor Emeritus at MassArt. His work is in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum in Lincoln, MA, and the Hirshhorn Museum in Washington, DC. He has received awards from the Childe Hassam Fund, American Academy, National Endowment for the Arts, and the Massachusetts Cultural Council. Visit: GeorgeNick.com

Nona’s MFA is from Temple Abroad in Rome. Her public collections include the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Harvard Art Museum, Yale University Art Museum, Pennsylvania Academy, and Cleveland Museum of Art. Residency grants include MacDowell Colony, UCross Foundation, Virginia Center for the Arts, Asillah Foundation in Morocco, and Ballinglen Foundation in Ireland. Her work is represented by Soprafina Gallery, Schoolhouse Gallery, and Dolan Maxwell in Philadelphia.

11. Erin M. Riley ‘07

12. Rachel Perry

Nudes 17, 2014 Hand Woven Textile 45” x 48” x 1” $4,200

Soundtrack to My Life: The Times They Are a’ Changin’ by Bob Dylan (Eye Doctor’s office), 2017 Magazine Clippings and Polyvinyl Adhesive on Kozo Paper 65.5” x 38.5” $10,000

Courtesy of the artist Erin received her BFA in fibers from MassArt and her MFA from Tyler School of Art. She has received grants from the Ruth and Harold Chenven Foundation, Vermont Studio Center, Kittredge Foundation, and the Marilyn Pappas Award. Her work is in the West Collection and Emmanuel College and has been shown at Torrance Art Museum, Guerrero Gallery, University of Wisconsin, Paradigm Gallery & Studios, Bryan Ohno Gallery, and University of Arizona. Visit: ErinMRiley.com

Courtesy of the artist and Yancey Richardson Gallery, NY Born in 1962 in Tokyo, Rachel holds a BA from Connecticut College and a Diploma and Fifth Year Certificate from the SMFA in Boston. She has participated in group shows at Kunstmuseum Bonn in Germany, The Drawing Center in NY, the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, and the Beatriz Esguerra Gallery in Bogota, Columbia, and solo shows at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston, deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum, and Yancey Richardson Gallery in NY. She has been honored with numerous awards and her work is held in museums and private collections around the world. Rachel Perry lives and works in Gloucester, MA and Brooklyn, NY.

13. Louise Nevelson

14. Abelardo Morell

Sky Garden, Lead, 1971, 20 of 150 Lead Intaglio 30.125” x 25.25” $10,000

Walden: Pond/Tent Camera Image, 2016, 1 of 10 Archival Inkjet Print 38” x 48” $24,000

Courtesy of Pace Prints. © Louise Nevelson / Artist Rights Society, NY

Courtesy of the artist and Edwynn Houk Gallery

Louise was born 1899 in Ukraine and died in 1988 in NY. She moved to NYC in 1920, where she later studied at the Art Students League of New York under the tutelage of Kenneth Hayes Miller. She continued her education by studying with Hans Hoffman in Munich and working as an assistant to Diego Rivera. As a part of the Works Progress Administration, Louise taught art at the Education Alliance School of Art. Three NYC museums acquired her work: the Whitney Museum of American Art purchased Black Majesty (1956), The Brooklyn Museum purchased First Personage (1957), and The Museum of Modern Art purchased Sky Cathedral (1958). Pace has represented Nevelson’s estate since 1963.

Abelardo was born in Havana, Cuba in 1948 and immigrated to the United States with his parents in 1962. He received his BA from Bowdoin College and his MFA from Yale University. His work has been collected and shown in many galleries, institutions, and museums, including MoMA, the Whitney, the Metropolitan Art Museum in New York, the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, the Chicago Art Institute, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Houston Museum of Art, and over seventy other museums in the United States and abroad. Visit: AbelardoMorell.net

15. Thomas Burke

16. Fred H.C. Liang

Blue Cross, 2006 Acrylic on Alumninum Panel 24” x 30” $6,500

Salt House Rise, 2016 Paper Cut, Silkscreen, Chine-Collé, Watercolor on Hahnemühle Paper 47.5” x 31.625” $5,800

Courtesy of Ameringer | McEnery | Yohe Born in 1978 in Buffalo, NY, Thomas received his BFA from the University of Nevada at Las Vegas in 2002. In 2004, he completed his residency at the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture. Recent solo exhibitions include Dutch Jailbreak and New Paintings at Western Project in Los Angeles, CA; A Smooth Optimism at Ameringer | McEnery | Yohe in New York, NY; and Galerie Jean Luc & Takako Richard in Paris, France. He currently lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.

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Courtesy of the artist and Carroll and Sons, Boston Fred received his BFA from the University of Manitoba and his MFA from Yale University, and presently serves as the Chair of Fine Arts 2D at MassArt. His honors include Massachusetts Cultural Council Arts grants in both painting and works on paper. His work is in numerous public and private collections, including Addison Museum, Fidelity, the Gund Collection, and the Rose Art Museum at Brandeis University. He recently exhibited work at the Inside Out Museum in Beijing, North Dakota Museum of Art, the ICA Boston, and had a solo exhibit at Carroll and Sons Gallery in Boston during 2016. His work is currently on display at the Milwaukee Art Museum in WI and the Currier Museum of Art in NH.


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17. John Guthrie ‘92

18. Bill Thompson

Wall Painting Commission Acrylic Mural Painted Directly on Wall 72” x 96” $8,000

Yogi, 2016 Urethane on Polyurethane Block 35.5” x 24.75” x 6.5” $13,000

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Courtesy of the artist and Carroll and Sons, Boston

John earned his BS in aerospace engineering from the University of Cincinnati and his BFA in painting from MassArt. His work has been exhibited at the Boston University Art Gallery, Circuit 12 Contemporary in Dallas, and Kate Werble Gallery in New York City, and was recently acquired by the Addison Gallery of American Art. In 2016, he opened a gallery in the South End called VERY. Visit: JohnKGuthrie.com

Bill’s work is held in the collections of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Fidelity Investments, the Rose Art Museum, the Weishaupt Collection, deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum, Hyundai Corporation, List Visual Art Center at MIT, Butler Institute of American Art, and Wellington Management Company. His work was recently exhibited at Galería Miguel Marcos in Barcelona, Spain and will be shown at Galerie Renate Bender in Munich, Germany and Carroll and Sons in Boston. Visit: BillThompsonStudio.com

19. Michael Mazur

20. William Kentridge

Pond Edge V, 2007, 25 of 50 Etching, Aquatint, and Silkscreen with Woodcut on Paper 32” x 36” $6,000

Almost Don’t Worry, 2010, 7 of 40 Hand-Painted Linocut 47.125” x 42.5” $10,000 Courtesy of Barbara Krakow Gallery

Courtesy of RYAN LEE, NY Michael was born in 1935 in New York, NY and died in 2009 in Boston, MA. He received both his BFA and MFA from Yale University, and was an internationally acclaimed painter and printmaker. His work is well known in Boston from his retrospective at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and for his illustrations of poet laureate Robert Pinsky’s translation of Dante’s Inferno. His work is featured in the collections of almost every museum in the United States and he was also a Master Print Series Visiting Artist at MassArt in 2006.

William lives and works in Johannesburg, South Africa. In 1976 he received his BA from the University of Witwatersrand. Following his first solo exhibition in 1979, his work was shown throughout Europe and the US, including recent solo exhibitions at the MoMA, Hirshhorn Museum, Centre Pompidou, and Castello di Rivoli. He is the recipient of various awards, including the Blue Ribbon Award at the American Film Festival and the Carnegie Prize.

21. Barbara Bosworth 22. Jane Maxwell

Untitled, 2004 (From The Meadow series), 2004 Analog Photograph 40” x 50” $8,000

Black Coats, 2017 Mixed Media with Resin on Panel 36” x 36” x 2” $7,500

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist and Lanoue Gallery

Barbara received her MFA in photography from the Rochester Institute of Technology and is a current MassArt photography professor. She has been the subject of solo exhibtions at the Smithsonian American Art Museum, the Phoenix Art Museum, and the Peabody Essex Museum. She has received fellowships and grants from the New England Foundation for the Arts, the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, and the Buhl Foundation. Her work is in the collections of the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston, the National Museum of American Art, and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Visit: BarbaraBosworth.com

Jane received her BA from Middlebury College and studied mixed media at the SMFA and deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum. Her work largely comments on the elusive myth of the feminine ideal. Her works are exhibited in galleries throughout the country and acquired by collectors around the world. She recently had a solo show at Campton Gallery in New York City. Visit: JaneMaxwell.com

23. Rob Wynne

24. David Hilliard ‘92

Echo I, 2016 Poured and Mirrored Glass 42” x 24” $12,500

Final Destination, 2013, 3 of 12 C-Print 24” x 20” each panel (3 panels) $5,400

Courtesy of MassArt Curatorial Programs

Courtesy of the artist and Carroll and Sons, Boston

A painter by training, Rob pioneered an experimental approach to glassworking over 30 years ago. His shimmering works are simultaneously poetic, humorous, and tragic. His work is held in many public collections including Centre Pompidou in Paris; Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; Columbus Museum of Art in Columbus, OH; MoMA, The Whitney Museum, and the Spencer Collection at the NY Public Library; The Philadelphia Museum of Art; La Collection de Frac des Pays de la Loire in France; Bibliothèque National in Paris; and Norton Musem of Art in West Palm Beach, FL. Visit: RobWynne.net

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David received his BFA from MassArt and his MFA from Yale University. He has taught at MassArt, Yale, the SMFA Boston, and is currently a visiting professor at Harvard. His work is in the collections of the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art, and the Philadelphia Museum of Art. He has received Fulbright and Guggenheim awards. Visit: DavidHilliard.com

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25. Masako Kamiya M’99 Daydream, 2005 Gouache on Panel 23.5” x 22” $4,000 Courtesy of the artist and Gallery NAGA Masako received her BFA from Montserrat College of Art, her MFA from MassArt, and is currently an associate professor at Montserrat. She received the Lillian Orlowsky and William Freed Foundation Grant in 2017 and was named a Brother Thomas Fellow in 2015. She received Massachusetts Cultural Council Painting Fellowships in 2006 and 2010 and recently completed a residency at the Custom House Studios in Westport, Ireland. Her work is in the collections of the Boston Public Library and the Danforth Museum of Art in Framingham. Masako most recently had an exhibition of her work at Gallery NAGA in February 2017. Visit: MasakoKamiya.com

26. Lorna Simpson Untitled, 1993, 19 of 50 Glass, Photograph on Linen, Etched Glass 10” x 28” x 2” $5,000 Courtesy of S3 Contemporary Lorna received her MFA from the University of California in San Diego and her BFA from the School of Visual Arts in NY. Her work was recently on display at Salon 94 Bowery, the Brooklyn Museum, the Addison Gallery of American Art, the Valtic Center for Contemporary Art in the U.K., and the Haus der Kunst in Munich, Germany. She has had solo and group shows internationally, and has been the recipient of a numerous awards and fellowships including an NEA Fellowship, a Louis Comfort Tiffany Award, and the Whitney Museum of American Art Award. Her work is is in the collections of the Art Institute of Chicago, the Brooklyn Museum, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, MoMA, Tate Modern, the Wadsworth, and the Yale Art Gallery. Visit: LSimpsonStudio.com

28. Julie Martini M’03 27. Alison Elizabeth Taylor Monkeywrench, 2016, 4 of 37 Laser Cut Digital Prints, Wood Veneer, and Silkscreen 25” x 23” $4,000 Courtesy of MassArt’s Master Print Series

Courtesy of the artist and MassArt Curatorial Programs

Represented by James Cohan Gallery, NY, Alison received a Louis Comfort Tiffany Award and a Smithsonian Artist Research Fellowship. She participated in the Biennial of Contemporary Art at Colombia. Her work has been exhibited widely including in the Johnson Museum at Cornell, Château de Nyon in Switzerland, and the National Academy Museum in NY. Public collections include the Brooklyn Museum, Toledo Museum in OH, and Des Moines Art Center. Visit: AlisonElizabethTaylor.com

As a Boston-based artist, Julie earned her BA in Studio Art at Carleton College and her MFA at MassArt. She has received residencies at I-Park, the Petrified National Forest, the Women’s Studio Workshop, and the Vermont Studio Center. Julie’s work has been featured in numerous exhibits, including Feelers at the Boston Center for the Arts’ Mills Gallery, a 2015 solo show at D.E. Shaw in New York, NY, the Walter Feldman Fellowship Finalist Exhibit at the Walter Feldman Gallery in Boston, the Design Science Symposium at RISD, and Flourish at MassArt. Visit: JulieMartini.info

29. Leah Giberson ‘97

30. Laura McPhee

Globetrotter, 2016 Acrylic over Pigment Print 30” x 30” x 1.5” $6,000

Dispensary at B.K. Paul Chemist Shop, Sovabazar, North Kolkata, 2009, 1 of 5 Archival Pigment Print 30” x 40” $5,700

Courtesy of the artist and Nahcotta Gallery Leah received a BFA in painting from MassArt, graduating with departmental honors in 1997. Recent exhibitions include shows at the Nahcotta in Portsmouth, NH; Jo Hay Open Studios in Provincetown, MA; and Lesher Center for the Arts in Walnut Creek, CA. Her work is included in the permanent collections at the University of Iowa Hospital and the Mary Greeley Medical Center.

Courtesy of the artist and Carroll and Sons, Boston Laura received her BA from Princeton, her MFA from RISD and is a current MassArt photography professor. She has received numerous awards including a Fulbright Scholar’s Fellowship, a New England Foundation for the Arts Fellowship, and a Guggenheim Memorial Fellowship. McPhee’s work is included in many public collections, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Visit: LauraMcPhee.com

31. Stephanie Chubbuck ‘94

32. Clint Baclawski M’08

Group of 3 Pears, 2016 Blown and Cold-Worked Glass, Forged Bronze, and Mixed Media 20” x 9” x 9” each (set of 3) $7,200

Death Valley, 2016 Blue Mirrored Plexiglass, Dibond, Archival Pigment Backlight Prints, Clear Polycarbonate Tubes, and 2’ LED Light Tubes 42” x 64” x 3” $12,000

Courtesy of the artist and Lanoue Gallery Stephanie is an alum of Sculptural Glass and Fine Metalsmithing at MassArt and attended Pilchuck Glass School in Seattle. She was recently selected for the 2015 International NICHE Award in Mixed Media, a 2015 Massachusetts Cultural Council Fellowship, and is a finalist in the International Art and Design Awards. Her work has been most notably reviewed in Sculpture and is included in the collections of deCordova Museum and Sculpture Park, the Fidelity Collection, and the White House Collection. Visit: StephanieChubbuck.com

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Untitled, 2016 Acrylic and Gouache on Paper 42” x 30” $3,500

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Courtesy of the artist and Adelson Galleries Boston Clint received a MFA from MassArt in 2008. He has had solo exhibitions nationally at Cal Poly in San Luis Obispo, CA; St. Louis, MO; and internationally in Edinburgh, Scotland. He is represented by Adelson Galleries Boston in the South End. He has been a recipient of the Saint Botolph Emerging Artist Award, and received a Santo Foundation Honorarium. Visit: ClintBaclawski.com


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33. Peter Wayne Lewis

34. Paul Villinski

Buddha Plays Monk #8, 2014 Acrylic on Canvas 42” x 36” $14,000

Legacy V, 2016 Antique Frame, Aluminum (Found Cans), Wire, and Gold Leaf 38.5” x 33.5” x 10” $18,000

Courtesy of the artist Peter was born in Kingston, Jamaica and immigrated to the US in 1962, where he made his home in Sacramento, CA. He became a US naturalized citizen in 1983 and received his MA in painting from San Jose State University in 1979. He is a professor of painting and former Chair of the Fine Arts 2D department at MassArt and he currently resides in South Orange, NJ; Boston, MA; and Beijing, China. His work has been shown at exhibitions around the country and across the world. Visit: PeterWayneLewis.com

Courtesy of Morgan Lehman Gallery Paul studied at MassArt before receiving his BFA with honors from Cooper Union. His work has been included in numerous exhibitions nationally including the Blanton Museum at University of Texas, Austin; the Bellevue Museum of Arts in Bellevue, WA; and the Museum of Arts and Design in NY. He will be the subject of a forthcoming mid-career retrospective at the Taubman Museum of Art in Roanoke, VA. His work is widely collected, and is in the permanent collections of the Museum of Arts and Design in NY, the New Orleans Museum of Art in LA, the Virginia Museum of Fine Art in Richmond, and Miami International Airport, among others. Corporate collections include Fidelity Investments, Microsoft, Progressive Insurance, ADP, McCann Erickson International, New York Life, and the Ritz-Carlton. Visit: PaulVillinski.com

35. Kara Walker Buzzard’s Roost Pass (from Harper’s Pictorial History of the Civil War [Annotated]), 2005, 8 of 35 Offset Lithography with Silkscreen 53” x 39” $11,000 Courtesy of Barbara Krakow Gallery Born in 1969 in Stockton, CA, Kara later moved to Atlanta, GA where she lived until completing her BFA at the Atlanta College of Art in 1994. She went on to earn her MFA from RISD. Her work has appeared in solo and group exhibitions in the US and abroad. Her notable solo venues include the Walker Art Center in MN (2007-2008) which will travel to the Whitney Museum of American Art in NY and the Hammer in at UCLA; the Metropolitan Museum of Art in NY, and the Tate Liverpool. She has been awarded the Deutsche Bank Prize and the prestigious MacArthur Foundation’s “genius grant.” Her work is in the public collections at the Museum of Modern Art, the Tate Gallery, the Whitney Museum of American Art, and the Walker Art Center, among others. She currently teaches at Columbia University and lives and works in New York.

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9. George Nick Autumn, Concord, 1987, 1987 See page 19 for details

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101. Nick Cave

102. June August

Juju, 2015, 9 of 10 Single-Color Lithograph with Gold Leaf. Collaborating Printer: Justin Andrews 42.5” x 30” $7,000

Eiffel Tower Dancer Yellow Pink, 2016, 1 of 10, variable edition Silkscreen 48” x 31.5” $2,175

Courtesy of Tamarind Institute, University of New Mexico

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Nick, born in Missouri in 1959, received his undergraduate degree from the Kansas City Art Institute and an MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art in Bloomfield Hills, MI. He is represented by the Jack Shainman Gallery in New York, and his work can be found in numerous public collections. He is best known for his whimsical Soundsuits, largerthan-life, exotic costumes fabricated from found objects. In 2015, at Tamarind, he transformed these inventive creatures, making them two-dimensional in his first original prints.

June received an MFA from Tufts University/SMFA and research fellowship at Tokyo University of Arts. She was the 2016 recipient of Cité Internationale des Arts residency. Her work is held in the collections of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and the Royal Museum of Fine Arts Antwerp. Her work was recently exhibited at Casino Modern, Genk, Belgium and Doizaki Gallery, Los Angeles. Visit: Facebook.com/June.August.Artist

103. George Creamer

104. Keira Kotler

Untitled, 2016 Mixed Media 28” x 25” x 1.5” $5,000

Lumina Plum 053109, 2011, 1 of 1 Archival Light Jet Print on Aluminum 24” x 24” $2,600

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George received an MBA from Middlebury College and an MFA from Yale University. His work has been exhibited extensively in the New England area and included in one-person shows at the Akin and Bernard Toale Galleries, as well as included in two Boston Now exhibitions at the Institute of Contemporary Art. He served as the first dean of of MassArt’s graduate programs. Visit: GeorgeCreamer.com

Keira grew up in Boston and graduated from Columbia University before moving west at the end of the 1990s and settling in the Bay Area. Keira received her MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute in 2006. Her paintings and photographs have been shown widely in California, as well as Santa Fe, and New York. Visit: KeiraKotler.com

105. Suzannah Sinclair ‘02

106. Rick Fox M’94 August Kittery Maine, 2016 Oil on Canvas 14” x 18” $2,600

Make waves, 2009 Watercolor and Pencil on Birch Panel 14” x 11” $2,000

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Courtesy of the artist and Samsøñ Suzannah is a painter, sculptor, and installation artist living and working in Greenville, ME. Suzannah received her BFA from MassArt in 2002. Recent solo exhibitions include Scenery at Stene Projects in Stockholm, Sweden, Nature Nudes and Interiors at Samsøñ in Boston, and Born Free at Charro Negro Galeria in Guadalajara, Mexico. Visit: SuzannahSinclair.com

Rick is a painter based in Southern Maine and is interested in the exploration of physicality and discovery within process. He received his BFA in painting from UMass Amherst and his MFA in painting from MassArt. Rick has also spent time in Italy studying studio art, art history, and theory. He currently teaches painting and drawing at the University of New Hampshire in Durham.

107. Kristin Texeira ‘10

108. TJ Kelley III ‘13

An evening stroll to the moon, 2016 Oil on Paper 20” x 16” $750

Them 12 O’Clock Boys, 2016 Acrylic on Assembled Panels 15.25” x 18.5” x 2” $600

Courtesy of the artist and Uprise Art

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Kristin received her BFA in painting from MassArt in 2010. She recently exhibited at the Rehoboth Art League in Rehoboth Beach, DE; Sunne Savage Gallery in Winchester, MA; Drift Gallery in Portsmouth, NH; and Broadway Gallery in NYC. She is the recipient of a Golden Foundation Residency Award and completed a residency with the Alfred and Trafford Klots International Program for Artists. Visit: KristinTexeira.com

TJ received his BFA in illustration from MassArt in 2013. His work was recently exhibited at the LGAL Gallery in Boston, the Distillery Gallery in Boston, and the 13Forest Gallery in Arlington, MA. He received the Donis A. Dondis Travel Fellowship and an illustration faculty book award. Visit: TJKelleyIII.com

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109. Anne Callahan ‘86

110. Jill Slosburg-Ackerman

Snacktime, 2002, 11 of 12 in variation Silkscreen 24” x 18” $500

Blossfeldt’s Dream, 1994 Wood 9” x 11” x 3.25” $5,000

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Anne received her BFA from MassArt in 1986. In 1993, Anne co-founded kor group, a ten-person brand strategy, design and web firm located in the Fort Point area in Boston. She leads the creative strategy and design for kor group’s clients and continues to paint in her free time. Her paintings have been on view at Fort Point Open Studios and in private collections.

Jill received her BFA and MFA degrees from SMFA and Tufts University. Her work was recently exhibited at the Worcester Art Museum and the Hunterdon Museum. She is a recipient of grants from Anonymous Was A Woman, Massachusetts Cultural Council, National Endowment for the Arts, and a fellowship at the Bunting (Radcliffe) Institute. Her work is in the collection of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, The Metropolitan Museum in New York, and the Boston Public Library. Visit: JillSlosburg-Ackerman.com

111. Thomas Gearty M’99

112. Rebecca Doughty

Jumping Bridge, Martha’s Vineyard, 2006, Uneditioned Archival Inkjet Print 10” x 10” $650

Under, 2015 Acrylic on Panel 9.5” x 8.5” $950

Courtesy of the artist Thomas, a Cambridge-based writer and photographer, received his MFA in photography from MassArt in 1999. Locally, his work has been shown at venues including the Museum of Fine Arts, Bernard Toale Gallery, Barbara Krakow Gallery, Howard Yezerski Gallery, Dan Elias Fine Art, the St. Botolph Club, and the Massachusetts State House. Visit: ThomasGearty.com

Rebecca received her BFA from UMass Amherst and her MFA from Vermont College of Fine Arts. She was a Massachusetts Cultural Council finalist and has received grants/fellowships from AICA Boston, Artists Resource Trust, Ucross, Blanche E. Colman, Berkshire Taconic and Ballinglen Arts Foundations. Her work is in the collections of deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum, Provincetown Art Association and Museum, Simmons College, Fidelity, and Wellington. She has recently exhibited at the Trustman Gallery at Simmons College and Carroll and Sons in Boston. Visit: RebeccaDoughty.com

113. Rebecca Doughty

114. Dillon Buss ‘12

Puddle, 2005 Acrylic on Panel 9” x 8” $850

Rush Hour, 2016 Ink on Paper 12” x 35” $1,800

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Rebecca received her BFA from UMass Amherst and her MFA from Vermont College of Fine Arts. She was a Massachusetts Cultural Council finalist and has received grants/fellowships from AICA Boston, Artists Resource Trust, Ucross, Blanche E. Colman, Berkshire Taconic and Ballinglen Arts Foundations. Her work is in the collections of deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum, Provincetown Art Association and Museum, Simmons College, Fidelity, and Wellington. She has recently exhibited at the Trustman Gallery at Simmons College and Carroll and Sons in Boston. Visit: RebeccaDoughty.com

Dillon received his BFA in film/video from MassArt in 2012. He is a commercial & film director and illustrator based in Boston. His work has been performed and displayed at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, ICA Boston, the Boston Children’s Museum, MassArt’s President’s Gallery, the French Cultural Center, Kendall Theater, and Coolidge Corner Theater. Visit: DillonBuss.com

115. Carly Glovinski

116. Lavaughan Jenkins ‘05

The Second Green Multi Rag Rug, 2015 Ink and Correction Fluid on Paper 24.75” x 38” $2,900

You’ve Showed Me So Much, 2015 Oil on Primed BFK Paper 38” x 27” $2,700

Courtesy of the artist and Carroll and Sons, Boston Carly studied art making at Boston University and lives in New Hampshire where she has been the recipient of several grants from the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation. In 2017 she has been included in the deCordova Biennial and the Maine Biennial at the Center for Maine Contemporary Art. Her rag rug drawings in marker and correction fluid use non-art materials to create a common domestic object that is lifted off the lowly floor and placed on the wall as art. She is represented by Carroll and Sons.

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Courtesy of the artist LaVaughan received his BFA from MassArt in 2005, where his work was recently exhibited. He has been a recipient of a Rob Moore Grant, the Yale Norfolk grant, and the 2015 Blanche E. Colman award. His work was most recently exhibited at the Kingston Gallery in December 2016. Visit: LavaughanJenkins.com


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117. Lara Loutrel ‘00

118. Andrew Stearns ‘13

Station - Nada, Station - Sette, Station - Panta (triptych), 2015-2016, 1 of 8, 2 of 8, 1 of 8 Intaglio and Gold Leaf 6” x 7.5” each $1,950

January Monotypes, 2016 Monotype 17” x 4” $525

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Andrew received a BFA in printmaking and history of art from MassArt. His work was recently exhibited in a solo show at the Falcon’s Nest Gallery in Gloucester, MA. Visit: AStearnsArt.com

Lara received a BFA from MassArt in 2000. She has been a recipient of an ART grant from the Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation and an artist residency in Slovakia. Her work is held in the collections of the Boston Public Library and Fidelity. Visit: LaraLoutrel.com

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119. Brent Refsland

120. Emma E. Rhodes ‘14

Sandcastle #102, 2016 Cut Sandpaper on Paper 34” x 26” $1,500

Waffle Wall Sculpture, 2016 Woven Wool 24” x 24” $295

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Brent received a BFA from the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts at Arizona State University in 2005. He opened The Hallway Gallery in Jamaica Plain in 2009, exhibiting dozens of emerging artists from around New England until 2015. In addition to creating his own work, Brent continues to highlight contemporary artists and designers from around the world at Room 68 in Provincetown, MA. Visit: Room68online.com

Emma is a Boston-based textile and interdiciplinary artist. Her interest in fiber began at a young age while visiting a New England farm with her mother and purchasing a skein of undyed wool yarn. This affinity for textile materials led her to persue an artistic degree at MassArt with a concentration in fibers. Upon graduating in 2014, Emma began developing a studio practice and has most recently exhibited work at The Society for Contemporary Craft, Room 68 and Anthropologie. Website: EmmaERhodes.com

121. Dyan McClimon-Miller

122. Tina Feingold

skates blue, 2011 Encaustic with Okawara Paper on Panel 16” x 12” x 2” $1,500

Daily Promises, 2016 Oil on Canvas 14” x 11” $600

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Dyan received her BFA from Saint Ambrose College and her MFA from the University of Iowa. Her work was recently exhibited at HallSpace Gallery in Boston, Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, CT, and the Propeller Center for the Visual Arts in Toronto, Canada. She has received the Marie Hall Talbot Award and a Purchase Award from the Pillsbury World Trade Center in Minneapolis, MN. Her work is held in numerous private and corporate collections including 3M, the Pillsbury Company, Amoco Oil Corporation, and Dallas Bank and Trust. Visit: DyanMcClimon-Miller.com

Tina works out of her studio in Brookline, MA. She received an MFA from Boston University and has exhibited throughout New England and New York. Tina has taught at Boston College, Northeastern University, University of Massachusetts, and the College of Creative Studies at the University of California/Santa Barbara. Tina’s current work features oil painting and works on paper. Her abstract presentations incorporate images reflective of her early training as a figurative artist.

123. Dean Nimmer

124. Sean Flood

Windjammer, 2015 Mixed Media on Panel 41” x 32” x 2.5” $4,800

Millennium Tower Boston, 2016 Monotype 20” x 16” $2,500

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Courtesy of the artist and Childs Gallery

Dean is the former chair of MassArt’s 2D department and is now a professor emeritus. In 2015, he received the MA Art Education Association’s Community Teacher of the Year award. Other awards include a Massachusetts Cultural Council grant and an NEA grant. His work is in the collections of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Smith College, Harvard University, Peabody Essex Museum, and deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum. His work has recently been exhibited at Wistariahurst Museum in Holyoke, Springfield Art Museum, Montserrat College of Art, and at Concert Galerie in Paris, France. Visit: DeanNimmer.com

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Sean received his BFA from the Art Institute of Boston in 2005. His work has been exhibited at the deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum, Duxbury Art Complex Museum, the St. Botolph Club, and the Copley Society. His paintings have also been on view at Boston City Hall. He is a recipient of The Copley Society of Art Scholarship Award and was juried into the Copley Society as a member in 2011. His art has been featured in The Boston Globe, Artscope, and Provincetown Magazine. He maintains a studio in Abington, MA.

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125. Amy Park

126. Edward Rabe

885 Third Ave (Johnson Lipstick Building), NYC, 2016 Watercolor on Paper 30” x 22” $6,000

View of Fez, 2014, 5 of 20 Photograph 16” x 24” $750

Courtesy of Morgan Lehman Gallery Amy received a BFA and an MFA from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and studied at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She was a recipient of a Marie Walsh Sharpe Space Program Award in 2007-2008. Her work is in the permanent collections of Fidelity Investments, The Cleveland Clinic, and the Drawing Center’s Artist Archive at the Museum of Modern Art, among others.

127. Lisa Jeanne Graf ‘88

128. Dina Shaposhnikova ‘10

The Artistic Bunny, 2013 Egg Tempera on Clayboard Panel 17” x 17” $1,000

Raduga, 2016 Mixed Media on Paper 10” x 10” $500

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After receiving a BFA in fine art from MassArt in 1988, Lisa has worked as a painter, illustrator, designer, animator, jeweler, and sculptor. Her work will be shown at the Mayor’s Art Gallery at City Hall in March. The influences that now shape her work are parenting a 7-year-old daughter, public policy advocacy (with a focus on education), and supporting disability rights (with a focus on autism). She wants her work to offer something useful and positive. Visit: LJGraf.com

Dina received a BFA in illustration from MassArt in 2010. Visit: DinaChapeau.com

129. Loretta Park M’16

130. Justin Richel

Missing Piece, 2013 Secondhand Fabrics 21” x 14” x 1” $650

Wouldst Thou Have A Serpent Sting Thee Thrice?, 2014 Gouache on Paper 8.5” x 6.5” $1,500

Courtesy of the artist Loretta received her BA from Bowdoin College and her MFA from MassArt. Her work was recently exhibited at Silvermine Arts Center and is currently on view at the Gallery at Atlantic Wharf. Visit: LorettaPark.com

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Courtesy of the artist Edward is a 70-year-old physician with a longstanding interest in photography, beginning at the age of 10 while standing for hours with his father in his darkroom. He has shown his work on Martha’s Vineyard and in Boston.

Courtesy of the artist Justin received his BFA from Maine College of Art in 2002. He received an Arts/Industry residency at the Kohler Co. Factory in 2013, a Monhegan Artist Residency in 2015, and has also had two fellowships at the Fine Arts Work Center, Provincetown, MA. His work is held in the collections of Portland Museum of Art in Maine and the John Michael Kohler Art Center in Sheboygan, WI. Visit: JustinRichel.com

131. Paul Arsenault ‘00

132. David Fiveash

Rose, 2016, 2 of 20 Steel 30” x 18” x 1.5” $2,750

Resting I, 2016 Watercolor Pencil on Stonehenge Paper 10” x 8” $400

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Paul received his BFA in painting from Mass Art, graduating with distinction. He has just completed his MA in fine art at Cambridge School of Art in Cambridge, UK. His work has been exhibited at the Cortile Gallery in Provincetown, the Ruskin Gallery in the UK, online with Artful Home, and is held in private collections worldwide. Visit: PaulArsenault.com

David received a diploma from the SMFA and an MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute. His work was most recently exhibited at the Tim Collom Gallery in Sacramento. He was recently chosen as one of eleven artists to participate in the Sacramento Mural Festival in August and has been selected to create another mural for the city of Sacramento this year. His work is held in the collections of Richard and Marcy Marshall. Visit: DavdFiveash.com

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133. Christopher Whitlock ‘03

134. Maya Moen ‘17

Saving face, 2016 Acrylic on Canvas 48” x 36” $2,500

The Lament of Fishy 1, 2 and 3, 2016, Cone 6 Brown Stoneware, Glaze (set of 3) 24” x 24” x 3” each $2,000

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Chris attended Simon’s Rock College and received his BFA in illustration from MassArt. He has made a living as a photographer, illustrator, designer, and art director.

Maya Moen is a student at MassArt who will graduate with a BFA in fine arts 3D ceramics this May. Her recent exhibitions include Traditional Slop: A Ceramics Collective, the Massart All School Show 2016, and NCECA National Juried Student Exhibition 2016. Visit: MayaMoen.com

135. Susana Segat

136. Deborra Stewart-Pettengill

Azul, 2016, 1 of 2 Archival Inkjet Print 18” x 24” $1,800

Cluster Shift, 2011, 2 of 9 Color Woodcut 19” x 29” $1,000

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Courtesy of Wingate Studio

Susana received her BA and MA from Stanford University. She is a photographer, videographer, and local news correspondent. Her work has been exhibited at Maud Morgan Arts Center and Cambridge Community Television. She currently serves as MassArt’s Chief of Staff. Visit: gplus.to/SusanaSegat

Deborra received a BFA from University of South Carolina and an MFA from Virginia Commonwealth University. She lives in southern NH and works in a range of media, including sculpture, painting, and printmaking. She has exhibited work in solo and group shows, both regionally and nationally. She is currently a member of the Oxbow Gallery in Northampton, MA and chairs the Fine Arts Department at the Bement School in Deerfield, MA.

137. Soi Shin ‘09

138. Ariana Page Russell

Connection, 2014 Acrylic, Ink, and Oil Painting on Canvas 40” x 30” $1,500

Violet, 2015, AP Archival Pigment Print 16” x 20” $1,400

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Soi is an artist currently based in Boston. She received a BFA in painting from Lesley College of Art and Design in 2007 and her MFA in 2D painting from MassArt in 2009. She received an excellence in art award from Dallas Brookhaven College Foundation and placed second in the Art Institute of Boston Competition. She is also a winner of Hanna Scholarship for three consecutive years. She is member of the Cambridge Art Association, The Concord Center for the Visual Arts’, and Lexington Art Association. Visit: SoiShinArt@gmail.com

Ariana received her MFA from the University of Washington, Seattle in 2005 and currently resides in Los Angeles, CA. Recent exhibitions include the Royal Hibernian Academy in Dublin, Magnan Metz in NYC, Platform Gallery in Seattle, Town Hall Gallery in Australia, the Luminato Festival in Toronto, Adelphi University in NY, and Museo de Arte Contemporáneo in Bolivia. Her work has appeared in Art in America, The Huffington Post, Wired, The Atlantic, VISION Magazine: China, and the monograph Dressing published by Decode Books. She was featured on ABC News 20/20 and was a recent participant in the Sexto Encuentro Mundial de Arte Corporal in Caracas, Venezuela.

139. Morgen Van Vorst M’16

140. May Stevens ‘46

Dark Woods, 2016, 3 of 10 Archival Inkjet Print 24” x 30” $900

Into the Night, 2009, 30 of 75 Lithograph and Silkscreen on Paper 18” x 23.125” $2,800

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Morgen graduated with her MFA in photography from MassArt in May 2016. She has recently exhibited at the Nave Art Gallery, The Arnheim Gallery, and the Doran Gallery. Her work has been featured in Aint-Bad magazine. She currently lives and works in Boston. Visit: MorgenVanVorst.com

Born in 1924 in Boston, MA, May currently resides in Santa Fe, NM. She received her BFA in painting from MassArt and later attended the Académie Julian in Paris, France and the Art Students League of New York. In 1960, she received her MFA equivalency from the New York City Board of Education and was a postdoctoral fellow at the Bunting Institute at Radcliffe College from 1988-89. Over the years, she has been the recipient of ten MacDowell Colony Fellowships, received a WCA Honor Award for Lifetime Achievement in 1990, was honored with a Distinguished Alumni Award from MassArt in 1997, and received the College Art Association Distinguished Artist Award for Lifetime Achievement in 2001. Her work is in the public collections of museums around the world.

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141. Jess T. Dugan ‘07

142. Louis Guro Perez ‘17

Emmett, 2013, 2 of 10 Archival Inkjet Print 24” x 19” x 1.5” $2,800

Smithley, 2016 Graphite on Paper 15” x 19.5” $1,600

Courtesy of the artist and Catherine Edelman Gallery

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Jess received a BFA in Photography from MassArt and an MFA in Photography from Columbia College in Chicago. Her work was recently exhibited at the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery. Dugan is the recipient of a Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant and her work is in the permanent collections of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, the Harvard Art Museums, Fidelity Investments, JP Morgan Chase, and others. Visit: JessDugan.com

Louis will graduate from MassArt in 2017 with a BFA in illustration. Growing up, he was naive of the multitude of influences the African diaspora had on him as a AfroLatino; but as he grew the complexities that lay within the issues revolving around being black became more apparent. His current work speaks to these complexities, including internal racism to police brutality and rape culture. Recent and upcoming shows include the 2017 All School Show, 2017 Illustration Thesis Show and 2016 All School Show. You can find his work on instagram @Guro.FineArt

143. Stacy Friedman ‘15

144. Carlos Estevez

Untitled 16-29, 2016 Monotype 12” x 9” $400

Teoria de la Seducion, 2005, 11 of 20 Etching and Spit Bite Aquatint with Hand-Coloring 32” x 18” $2,600

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Courtesy of MassArt’s Master Print Series Stacy received a BFA in printmaking and history of art from MassArt in 2015. Her work was recently exhibited at ArtisTree Gallery in South Pomfret, VT. Visit: StacyFriedmanArt.com

145. Alysia Macaulay

146. Nick Greville

The Deep End I, 2012, 1 of 5 Archival Digital Prints, Scanned Documents, Wood, Glue and Custom-Made Boxes with Plexiglass 10” x 10” x 2” $800

Sunsleeper, 2015 Acrylic on Canvas 45” x 55” $3,000

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Following a successful career in the investment world, Nick studied drawing and painting at MassArt and at the SMFA in Boston. His work has been exhibited in several group exhibitions and is in many private collections. Visit: NickGreville.com

Alysia received a BA from William Smith College in 1989 and studied at the International Center of Photography in New York from 2009-2011. Her work was recently exhibited at 555 Gallery in Boston, as well as the Davis Orton Gallery in Hudson, NY. She has had solo shows at the Umbrella Arts Gallery in New York and the Griffin Museum of Photography in Boston. Visit: AlysiaMacaulay.com

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147. Charlotte Gibbs ‘85

148. Sandra Mueller-Dick

See Differently, 2015 Acrylic on Panel 5.5” x 30” x 1.75” $850

Still Life with Onion, 2015 Watercolor and Varnish on Wood Panel 6” x 6” $500

Courtesy of the artist and Beth Urdang Gallery

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Charlotte received her BFA in painting from MassArt in 1985. This current year saw her pop art-inspired work I paint what I see at Beth Urdang Gallery in Boston and Pop Goes the Easel! at Concord Center for the Visual Arts. Charlotte’s work is included in the collections of Wellington Management, Kidder Peabody, and Artists’ Association of Nantucket, along with many private collections. Visit: CharlotteAndryGibbs.com

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Born in Havana, Carlos has represented Cuba at the Bienal de la Habana numerous times. He received a Joan Mitchell award in 2015. Solo exhibitions in Tokyo, Paris, Zurich, Los Angeles, Miami, NYC, as well as participation in International Biennials in Ecuador, Mexico and Venezuela. Residencies include: Cité Internationale des Arts; Tallix Foundry; Nordic Artists’ Centre; Fundación Art-OMI; Gasworks, London. He was a Master Print Visiting Artist at MassArt in 2005. Visit: CarlosEstevez.net

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Sandra received her BS in elementary education and her MFA in art education from Boston University. Her work was recently exhibited at Agora Gallery in NY, WGBH Auction, 28 & Bank Studio in Harwichport, Newton Open Studios, Somerset Club, Cambridge Art Association, Copley Society Small Works, and the MFA Gallery Instructor Show. Her work will be featured in upcoming exhibitions at Copley Society Small Works, Agora Gallery, and the Cambridge Art Association. Visit: Mueller-Dick.com


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149. John Crowley ‘95

150. James Paradis ‘05 Carnavale, 2006 Oil on Shaped Canvas 27” x 28” x 10” $1,200

Krypto, 2014 Wood 24” x 24” x 12” $1,400

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James attended MassArt and received a BFA in painting in 2005. His work has been shown in local galleries and must recently at the Flatrocks Gallery in Gloucester, MA. His studio is located at 46 Waltham Street in Boston. Visit: JamesParadis.com

John received a certificate of illustration from the Art Institute in 1984, a BFA in painting from MassArt in 1995 and a graduate certificate in arts administration from Boston University in 2013. Last November, he had a show in the Fort Points Arts Community Gallery in South Boston, MA. Currently, he is showing at the Gallery at Westinghouse in Hyde Park, MA. Visit: JohnCrowleyArt.com

151. John Walker

152. Luanne E Witkowski ‘86

Pemaquid, 2016, 8 of 10 Photogravure with Collage 24.875” x 19.25” $3,800

IV IV BlueGranite, 2013 Mixed Media on Paper 15” x 11” $750

Courtesy of LeRoy Neiman Center for Print Studies at Columbia University

Courtesy of the artist, Kingston Gallery, and Hutson Gallery

John Walker was born in England and currently lives and works in Bristol, ME. He studied at the Moseley School of Art, the Birmingham School of Art and the Académie de la Grande Chaumière. He retired from directing the graduate MFA program at Boston University in 2015. His accolades include the John Moores Painting Prize in 1976 and the Turner Prize in 1985. His work has been exhibited all over the world, and he is currently represented by Alexandre Gallery in New York.

Luanne received her BFA from MassArt and her MA from UMass. Her work was recently exhibited at MassArt, Provincetown Art Association, Hutson Gallery, AMP Gallery, and will be shown at Kingston Gallery in Boston. She received a CAPS CCT Faculty Award, UMASS/Boston 2015 Boathouse Residency, and a Commonwealth of Massachusetts Lifetime Achievement in Art & Commerce Commendation. Her work is in the collections of MassArt and Provincetown Art Association and Museum. Visit: LEWstudio.com

153. Jolynn Krystosek

154. Raúl Gonzalez

Fragonard, 2007 Watercolor on Handmade Paper, Feathers, and Flashe 18” x 13” $2,500

Mictlantecuhtli, 2016, 9 of 32 Blacklight Screenprint 24” x 18” $700 Courtesy of the artist and Carroll and Sons, Boston

Courtesy of Ameringer | McEnery | Yohe Jolynn received her BA from San Francisco State University in 2003 and her MFA from Hunter College in NY in 2006. She was an artist in residence at Derix Flass Studio in Germany in 2008 and at Lux Art Institute in Encinitas, CA in 2009. She has had solo exhibitions at Storefront Bushwick, Chashama, Lucas Schoormans Gallery and the Horticultural Society in NY, as well as at Philadelphia Art Alliance and Lux Art Institute, and numerous group exhibitions around the country as well.

Raúl is an artist and book illustrator. He grew up in El Paso, TX and Juarez, Mexico, and the political conditions along the border continue to influence his work. This print references his fine art practice alongside his illustrations for the award winning books Lowriders in Space and Lowriders to the Center of the Earth published by Chronicle Books. His work is in the collection of the MFA in Boston, the Fitchburg Art Museum, the RISD Museum, the New Hampshire Museum of Art, The McIninch Gallery at Southern New Hampshire University, and Fidelity Investments. He is represented by Carroll and Sons.

155. C.A. Stigliano

156. Betsy Powers

Me and The Devil Was Walkin’ Side by Side, 2015 Wood 20” x 23” x 13” $3,500

Stars & Stripes for Her Acrylic on Canvas 24” x 36” x 1.5” $2,400 Courtesy of the artist

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Betsy received her MA and BA in English from the College of the Holy Cross. Her work was recently exhibited at Falmouth Artist Guild Summer Show. Visit: BetsyPowers.com

C.A. received his BFA from the Philadelphia College of Art in 1978 and his MFA from the University of North Carolina in 1984. His work was recently exhibited at the 2015 Taiwan International Wood Art Exhibition in Taipei, Taiwan.

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157. Julian Opie

158. Sage Sohier

Sheep 3 (From Nature 1), 2015, 1 of 25 Metal Relief and Powder Coated in Satin Black 18.125” x 34.25” x 0.125” $4,000

Woman in her living room with show poodles, Auburn, NH, 2002, 2 of 10 Archival Pigment Print 20” x 24” $3,600

Courtesy of Barbara Krakow Gallery Born in in 1958, Julian lives and works in London. Between 1979 and 1982 he studied at the Goldsmith’s School of Art in London. He is one of the most well-known contemporary British artists. His works can be found in the collections of many public institutions in cities throughout the world, including London, Jerusalem, Austria, Switzerland, Amersterdam, and NYC.

Sage is a graduate of Harvard University and a recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship and grants from the NEA and the MA Artists Foundation. Her work is in the Museum of Modern Art in NY, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, and the Harvard Art Museums, among others. She has been photographing people in their environments for over 30 years. This photograph is from a body of work called Perfectible Worlds that looked at people who in various means, hobbies, and obsessions have given specific shape to or control over their lives. She lives in Brookline, MA and is represented by Carroll and Sons in Boston.

159. Arne Reimer M’05

160. Joseph Farbrook

Record Store in Madison, WI, 2015, 1 of 1 Chromogenic Print 20” x 16” $900

Garbage, 2016 Electronic Video Sculpture 10” x 10” x 4” $800

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Arne received his degree in photography from the Art Academy in Leipzig, Germany in 2001 and –with a Fulbright scholarship– his MFA at MassArt in 2005. His new book on record stores in Europe and the United States, entitled Long Play, was published with Koenig publishers from Cologne.

Joseph received his MFA from the University of Colorado. His work was recently exhibited at the MFA in Boston and the Cyberarts Gallery and will be shown at Czong Institute for Contemporary Art in South Korea. He has been a recipient of the ArtsWorcester Biennial, Best of Show award. His work is held in many private collections worldwide. Visit: Farbrook.net

161. John Steck Jr. ‘10

162. Pat Falco ‘10

Creating Horizons 2, 2016, 1 of 1 Lumen Print (Photo Paper Exposed in Bodies of Water) 8” x 10” $1,200

Untitled, 2015 Acrylic on Paper 20” x 25” x 1” $1,250

Courtesy of the artist John received his BFA from MassArt in 2010 and his MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute in 2013. His work was recently exhibited at the Midwest Center for Photography, Sector 2337 in Chicago, the Diego Rivera Gallery in San Francisco, the PH21 Gallery in Budapest, Hungary, and the David Weinberg Photography Gallery in Chicago. His work is in the collections of SMFA Boston Artist Books Collection, the DePaul Art Museum, the Museum of Contemporary Photography, and Midwest Photographers Project. Visit: JohnSteckJR.com

Courtesy of the artist Pat received his BFA in illustration and art history from MassArt in 2010. His work was recently exhibited at SPACE Gallery in Portland, ME; New Image Art in Los Angeles, CA; the Luggage Store Gallery in San Francisco; and the 2013 deCordova Biennial. He has been a recipient of the Boston Center for the Arts Artist in Residence, a NEFA grant, and a St. Botolph Club Foundation Emerging Artist Award. Visit: IllFalco.com

163. Sanford Biggers

164. Stephen Mishol ‘84 M’97

The Floating World: Vex, 2013, 2013, 28 of 30 Paper Collage and Silkscreen with Hand Additions 25.5” x 23.75” $4,000

Taut, 2007 Vinyl on Paper 35” x 26” $2,300

Courtesy of LeRoy Neiman Center for Print Studies at Columbia University Sanford received an MFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago and is currently an Associate Professor of Professional Practice in Visual Arts in the School of the Arts at Columbia University. He has received numerous awards and acknowledgments for his work, including the Berlin Prize Fellowship from the American Academy, the Greenfield Prize at the Hermitage Artist Retreat, and the William H. Johnson Prize. He was also one of the three finalists for the inaugural Jack Wolgin International Competition in the Arts, the largest juried prize in the world to be awarded to an individual visual artist.

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Courtesy of the artist and Miller Yezerski Gallery Stephen is an Associate Professor at UMass Lowell. He received his BFA and MFA degree from MassArt. In 1986 he was awarded a Fulbright Grant to Warsaw, Poland. He was also awarded an Artist Resource Trust Grant in 2006 and a Massachusetts Cultural Council Artist Fellowship in 2008 and 2016.


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165. Ian Gage ‘13

166. Doron Putka

METAMESSAGE, 2016 Acrylic on Panel 15” x 24” $3,350

Dimona Days, 2015 Acrylic Painted on Paper, Pasted on Paper Collage 15” x 15” $850

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Courtesy of the artist

Ian received his BFA in painting from MassArt in 2013. Visit: IanGage.com

Doron studied in Betzalel School of Art in Jerusalem and participated in many workshops given by master painters. She exhibits regularly at The Copley Society of Art and the Concord Center for the Visual Arts. She received several awards from both, and will be showing in April at The Concord Center for the Visual Arts. Visit: DoronPutka.com

167. Kevin Whitman ‘15

168. Kelley Harwood ‘09

Time Out, 2015, 1 of 1 Intaglio 11.5” x 11.5” $350

Teaset, 2014 Acrylic on Panel 9” x 12” $500

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Kevin works as a artist in the greater Boston area. He received his BFA from MassArt with a focus in printmaking. He has been the recipient of the Geneviève McMillan-Reba Stewart Traveling Fellowship.

Kelley received her BA from Hamilton College in 1983, her MA from Boston University in 1989 and a BFA from MassArt in 2009. Her work was recently exhibited at the Charles River Museum of Industry and Innovation, in Sight Specific at the Concord Center for the Visual Arts, and the 15th Annual Roddy Competition at the Concord Center for the Visual Arts. Visit: KelleyHarwood.com

169. William Ciccariello

170. Holly Harrison

F/V Fortuna, 2015 Oil on Panel 11” x 17” x 1.5” $2,000

True North, 2015 Mixed Media on Panel 20” x 16” $1,600

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William received his BFA from the SMFA, Boston and Tufts University in 1978 and has lived and painted in the Boston area since that time. He is represented by the Miller Yezerski Gallery in Boston, MA; the Rice/Polak Gallery in Provincetown, MA; and the Rosenfeld Gallery in Philadelphia, PA. He is a recipient of a Pollack Krasner Foundation Grant, a Massachusetts Cultural Council Grant, and a Blanche E. Coleman Award.

Holly received a BA from Wesleyan University and an MA from The City College of New York. Her work was recently exhibited at Abigail Ogilvy Gallery, The Museum of Fine Arts Summer Auction, Scollay Square Gallery, and Concord Center for the Visual Arts. Her work is held in private collections throughout the United States. Visit: Holly-Harrison.com

171. Roger Kizik ‘72

172. Ian Kennelly ‘94

Rule, 2014 Acrylic on Gatorboard 48” x 31” $2,700

2332-Night Game, 2009 Gouache on Paper 27” x 33” x 2” $1,200

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Roger graduated from MassArt after serving in the US Navy. He has received two Massachusetts Cultural Council Artist grants and an NEA grant. His work has been included in exhibitions at the Rose Art Museum, deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum, MOCA San Diego, Currier Museum of Art, Danforth Art, New Bedford Whaling Museum, and Dedee Shattuck Gallery in Westport, MA. Visit: RogerKizik.com

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Ian received his BFA from MassArt and his MFA from Claremont Graduate University. Kennelly has exhibited across the northeast and the west coast including exhibitions at Boston Convention and Exhibition Center, WBUR, The Boston’s Children Museum, and the South Shore Art Center. Visit: IanKennelly.com

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173. Elaine Buckholtz

174. Hanna Brown ‘15

Wooden Blues, 2016, 1 of 3 Archival Pigment Print 22” x 22” x 2” $1,250

Fluidity, 2016 Slumped Sheet Glass, Laminated MDF Shelves 7” x 43” x 10” $750

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Elaine received her MFA from Stanford University in 2006. Her work has been shown nationally and internationally at The Lumiere Festival in Derry, Ireland; Souzy Tros in Athens, Greece; Back Yard Stories in Batumi, Georgia; The Claremont Museum in Southern California; Pierogi Leipzig in Leipzig, Germany; and The Swiss Technorama Museum in Winterthur, Switzerland, among others. Elaine has also worked with Merce Cunningham and Meredith Monk and for the past fourteen years has been lighting Monk’s work internationally. Visit: ElaineBuckholtz.4ormat.com

Hanna is a Boston, MA-based glass artist from Norwich, CT. She received her BFA in fine arts 3D and glass from MassArt in 2015. Hanna has experience with many glass processes, but her work mainly consists of hot glass casting, glass slumping, and glass blowing. During her time at MassArt, she developed a deep love for teaching. She has taught people of all ages and skill levels. Currently, Hanna has a residency at the Worcester Center for Crafts, where she teaches classes and continues creating her art. Visit: HannaBrownGlass.com

175. Greer Muldowney

176. Matthew Connors

Government Center Garage, 2015, 1 of 10 Archival Inkjet Print 22.5” x 18” $1,100

Sky Above Qasr al-Nil Bridge, 2013, 1 of 7 Pigment Inkjet Print on Archival Fiber Paper 44” x 34.5” x 3” $3,000

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Greer is an artist, photography professor and independent curator based in Boston. She received an undergraduate degree in Political Science and Studio Art from Clark University, and an MFA from the Savannah College of Art and Design. She has acted as the Curator for the Desotorow Gallery in Savannah and is the Regional Coordinator for the Flash Forward Festival on behalf of the Magenta Foundation. Muldowney also serves as an active member of the Board for the Griffin Museum of Photography and currently teaches at LUCAD, Boston College and Boston University. Her work has been exhibited and published nationally and internationally. She is also the recipient of the 2013 MA Cultural Council Fellowship and a PDN 30 Photographer to watch for 2014. Visit: GreerMuldowney.com

Matthew lives and works in Boston, MA and Brooklyn, NY. He received a BA in English literature from the University of Chicago and an MFA in photography from Yale University. He has been teaching at MassArt since 2004, where he is a professor in the photography department. His work has been exhibited in galleries and museums worldwide including the Museum of Modern Art in NY and DOX Centre for Contemporary Art in Prague. He has received the MacDowell Colony Fellowship, the Virginia Center for Creative Arts Fellowship, the William Hicks Faculty Fellowship, and the 2016 ICP Infinity Award for his publication, Fire in Cairo. He will be a 2017 Light Work Artist in Residence.

177. Stefanie Klavens Projection Booth, 2017, 1 of 20 Archival Inkjet Print 18.5” x 18.5” $900

178. Robert Maloney ‘96 M’15

Courtesy of the artist Stefanie received her BFA from SMFA, where she was awarded a Traveling Fellowship. Her work has been shown at Gallery 555 in Boston, Photographic Resource Center, and is currently on exhibit in Hangzhou, China. She has received grants from Massachusetts Cultural Council, the Artists Resource Trust, and she was a finalist for the APA/ Lucie Foundation Scholarship competition in 2014. Visit: StefanieKlavens.com

Courtesy of the artist Robert received his BFA in illustration and his MFA from MassArt and is a current faculty member at the College. His work is in the collections of Liberty Mutual and Wellington Management. He recently exhibited his work at Illuminus Boston, Art on the Marquee at the Boston Convention Center. Other exhibitions include shows at the 30 Second Cinema: Fenway, Copley Society of Art, and Kingston Gallery in Boston. Visit: Robert-Maloney.com

179. Brian Zink

180. Leslie M.W. Graff

Composition in 2026 Black and 3015 White, 2011 Colored Plexiglass on Panel 20” x 20” x 1” $3,000

179 volumes on navy, 2016 Acrylic and Painted Glassine on Wood 36” x 36” $2,500

Courtesy of the artist and Miller Yezerski Gallery Brian received his BFA from Rochester Institute of Technology. His has had solo exhibitions at Miller Yezerski Gallery in Boston and LFL Gallery in New York. In 2015 his work was included in exhibitions at the Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts at Harvard University and Zevitas Marcus Gallery in Los Angeles. Other exhibitions include The Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, the Sherman Gallery at Boston University, Julie Saul Gallery in New York, Proll Drift in Seattle, and Dust Gallery in Las Vegas. Visit: BrianZinkArt.com

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Future Worlds, 2016 Monotype and Digital Photography transferred onto Wood Panel 30” x 30” x 3” $1,800

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Courtesy of the artist Leslie holds Bachelors and Masters degrees from Brigham Young University. Her work is exhibited across the country, including recent solo exhibits at Danforth Art, Conant Gallery at Lawrence Academy, and ArtsWorcester: Hanover Theater. Her work is in the collection of Southern Virginia University and Brigham Young University and featured on Forbes.com and in The Boston Globe and Worcester Magazine. Visit: LeslieGraff.com


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181. Ryan Arthurs M’12

182. Chris Faust ‘89

Hitchhiker, 2015, 1 of 10 Silkscreen on Digital Print 24” x 24” $1,900

Bill, 2016 Oil on Canvas 30” x 30” $4,200

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Ryan is a visual artist living in Boston, MA. He was born in Niagara Falls, NY. Ryan received a BFA in studio art from Carleton College in 2005 and his MFA in photography from MassArt in 2012. Ryan is also a founding member of Houseboat Press, a photography book publishing company. Ryan just completed his third year as a photography teaching assistant at Harvard University in the Visual and Environmental Studies department. Visit: RyanArthurs.com

Chris received his BFA in painting from MassArt, his MFA from Vermont College of Fine Arts, and was a Massachusetts Cultural Council fellow in Painting in 2010. His work has been exhibited at The Drawing Center and PS122 in New York and was most recently exhibited at Proof Gallery in South Boston and Drive-By Gallery in Watertown. Chris is a full-time art faculty member at Medfield High School. Visit: ChristopherFaust.net

183. Tanja Hollander

184. Nancy McCarthy ‘99

Untitled 141812 (Wells, Maine), 2014, 2 of 12 Archival Pigment Print 20” x 20” $3,500

Park Tree, 2015 Oil on Canvas 20” x 18” $975

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Tanja received her BA from Hampshire College. Her project Are you really my friend? began on New Year’s Eve in 2010 and is an exploration of friendships, the effects of social networks, the intimate places we call home, and the communities in which we live. What started as a personal documentary on friendship and environmental portraiture has turned into a survey of American culture and community building both on and off-line. Over 500 photographs, including this landscape, along with video and objects are on view at Mass MoCA now through 2018.

Nancy received her BFA in painting from MassArt and her MFA from the Art Institute of Boston. She received the St. Botolph Foundation Emerging Artist Award, a Vermont Studio Center Artists’ Grant, a Ragdale Foundation Fellowship, and most recently, a residencey at the Inside Out Museum in Beijing. Her work has been exhibited at The Abbey in Brooklyn, William Scott Gallery in Provincetown, and Fitchburg State University. Visit: NancyMcCarthy.net

185. Josh M.G. Yates ‘12

186. Tara Sellios

Monarch Mandala III, 2014 Mixed Media on Canvas 36” x 36” $3,000

No. 7 (from the series Testimony), 2015, 2 of 5 Archival Inkjet Print 20” x 16” $1,600

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Josh received a BFA in Painting from MassArt and an MA in Contemporary Art from Sotheby’s Institute of Art. He is currently enrolled in the MFA Fine Arts program at SVA. His work was recently exhibited at Sotheby’s Institute of Art in New York. His work is held in collections in the United States and Europe. Visit: JoshMGYates.com

Tara received her BFA in photography and art history from The Art Institute of Boston in 2010. Luxuria, her third solo exhibition, took place at Gallery Kayafas in the spring of 2015, for which she was on the cover of Photograph Magazine. She is a recipient of a Massachusetts Cultural Council fellowship and has been recognized by the Huffington Post and Art New England as an emerging artist to watch. Known for her large scale works and intense, visceral imagery, Sellios lives and works in her studio in South Boston where she is currently preparing for a show at Blue Sky Gallery in Portland, OR. Visit: TaraSellios.com

187. Fred H.C. Liang

188. Joo Lee Kang

MSS, Untitled (Blue Mist), 2015 Silkscreen, Gouache, Acrylic, Papercut on Sommerset Paper 30” x 22” $3,600

Still Life with Shells #4, 2014 Ballpoint Pen on Paper 25” x 18.5” $2,500 Courtesy of the artist and Gallery NAGA

Courtesy of the artist and Carroll and Sons, Boston Fred received his BFA from the University of Manitoba and his MFA from Yale University, and presently serves as the Chair of Fine Arts 2D at MassArt. His honors include MA Cultural Council Arts Grants in both painting and works on paper. His work is in numerous public and private collections, including Addison Museum, Fidelity, the Gund Collection, and the Rose Art Museum at Brandeis University. He recently exhibited work at the Inside Out Museum in Beijing, North Dakota Museum of Art, the ICA Boston, and had a solo exhibit at Carroll and Sons Gallery in Boston during 2016. His work is currently on display at the Milwaukee Art Museum in WI and the Currier Museum of Art in NH. Visit: FredLiang.com

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Joo Lee Kang received her BFA in Painting from Duksung Women’s University and her MFA from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston / Tufts University. She participated in eleven solo exhibits and multiple group ones, was invited to Willapa Bay Artist-in-Residence, Haslla International Artist Residency, and Beijing Inside-Out Art Museum Artist Residency, and to collaborate public art works with Hong Kong Miramar Shopping Centre. She received the SMFA Traveling Fellowship, St. Botolph Club Artist Grant, and Massachusetts Cultural Council Award in Drawing and her artwork has been featured in numerous publications, including Ballpoint Art, The Art of Ballpoint, Artscope, Hi-Fructose Magazine, ARTnews, New American Paintings, The Boston Globe, Art&Criticism, MagazineART, CNB Journal, and Boston Korea. Currently, she is very active in both U.S. and Korea and lectures in Seoul Digital University.

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189. Brian Unwin ‘99

190. Ben Ryterband

Paper Plane, 2016, AP 1 of 3 Gelatin Silver Print 32” x 40” $1,500

Microbiome, 2014 Ceramic Ensemble 18” x 13” x 5” $2,500

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Brian received his BFA in photography from MassArt. Brian has exhibited at Gallery Kayafas, New Bedford Art Museum, and the Toledo Friends of Photography. Currently, he is an adjunct photography faculty member at Lesley University. Visit: SeminalTidbits.blogspot.com

Ben Ryterband is a professor of ceramics at MassArt. Before receiving his MFA from Rhode Island School of Design, he was a potter’s apprentice in Japan. He specializes in wheel working and ceramic casting. His work was exhibited recently at the Society of Arts and Crafts in Boston.

191. YoAhn Han M’14

192. Damien Hoar de Galvan

Ethereal Desire, 2016 Painting, Ink, Watercolour, Gouache on Yupo 24” x 23” $1,600

Orange One, 2015 Wood, Paint, and Glue 9” x 7.75” x 3.5” $850

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YoAhn is a visual artist (painter) from the Republic of Korea who currently resides in Boston. He received a BFA in painting from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2012 and an MFA in 2D at MassArt in 2014. Recent shows include Alluring Confinement, a solo exhibition at the Artlery 160 and Boston and Princess Bari at the Artmora Gallery in Chelsea, NY. His work has been shown internationally in United States, Amsterdam, and most recently at the 2016 Busan Artfair in Korea. He is currently teaching at MassArt and the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Visit: YoAhnHan.com

193. Damien Hoar de Galvan

194. Damien Hoar de Galvan

Black One, 2015 Wood, Paint, Colored Pencil, and Glue 7” x 7” x 2.5” $700

V, 2015 Wood, Paint, and Glue 12.25” x 5.5” x 3” $750

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Damien grew up on Boston’s north shore and attended Green Mountain College and the SMFA in Boston. He composes his sculptures and drawings from small fragments, often using found materials. His sculptures built out of strips of painted wood painstakingly cut and glued together are at once whimsical and intense. His work has been shown in Boston at Carroll and Sons, the Mills Gallery at Boston Center for the Arts, Montserrat College of Art in Beverly, and further afield in Provincetown, New York, San Francisco, and Seattle.

Damien grew up on Boston’s north shore and attended Green Mountain College and the SMFA in Boston. He composes his sculptures and drawings from small fragments, often using found materials. His sculptures built out of strips of painted wood painstakingly cut and glued together are at once whimsical and intense. His work has been shown in Boston at Carroll and Sons, the Mills Gallery at Boston Center for the Arts, Montserrat College of Art in Beverly, and further afield in Provincetown, New York, San Francisco, and Seattle.

195. Cristi Rinklin

196. Sascha Braunig

Stream, 2005 Acrylic on Archival Digital Print 9.5" x 14" $500

Stays, 2016, 9 of 25 Aquatint Etching, Soft Ground, Sugar Lift Aquatint, and Burnishing 39" x 28" $4,100

Courtesy of the artist and Steven Zevitas Gallery Cristi received her her BFA in painting from Maryland Institute College of Art in 1989 and her MFA from the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis in 1999. She is the recipient of grants from the Massachusetts Cultural Council, the Berkshire Taconic Artist’s Resource Trust, and the Jerome Foundation Fellowship, and has been a Visiting Artist/Scholar at the American Academy in Rome. She has exhibited her work in galleries and museums throughout the United States, as well as venues in Rome, Florence, and Amsterdam. She is represented by Steven Zevitas Gallery in Boston and her work is also recently featured in the threeperson exhibition Naturetech at the Fitchburg Art Museum. She is currently an Associate Professor in the Visual Arts Department at the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester.

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Damien grew up on Boston’s north shore and attended Green Mountain College and the SMFA in Boston. He composes his sculptures and drawings from small fragments, often using found materials. His sculptures built out of strips of painted wood painstakingly cut and glued together are at once whimsical and intense. His work has been shown in Boston at Carroll and Sons, the Mills Gallery at Boston Center for the Arts, Montserrat College of Art in Beverly, and further afield in Provincetown, New York, San Francisco, and Seattle.

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Courtesy of the artist and Wingate Studio Born in 1983 in Qualicum Beach, BC, Canada, Sascha received her BFA from The Cooper Union and her MFA in painting from Yale University in 2008. She currently lives and works in Portland, ME. Her work has been exhibited internationally, and is in the collections of the Baltimore Museum of Art (Baltimore, MD), Fondazione Memmo (Rome, Italy), National Gallery of Victoria (Melbourne, Australia), the Zabludowicz Collection (London), The Hort Family Collection (New York, NY), as well as private collections.


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197. Joel Janowitz

198. Samantha Fields '96

Requiem 1, 2016 Monotype 22" x 30.5" $2,800

Of Decided Character, Triptych, 2014 Un-Woven/Woven Fiber 14" x 33" $1,250

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Joel received an MFA from UCSB. His work was recently exhibited at Gallery 344 in Cambridge, MA. He has been the recipient of a 2013 Guggenheim and a 2016 Massachusetts Cultural Council Fellowship. His work is in the collections of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Minneapolis Institute of Arts, the Harvard Art Museums, and the Yale University Art Gallery. Visit: JoelJanowitz.com

Samantha received her her undergraduate degree from MassArt and her MFA from SMFA. Her work was recently exhibited at Jane Lombard Gallery in NYC, Mills Gallery in Boston, Mark Rothko Art Center in Latvia, and Fuller Craft Museum in Brockton. Her work will be shown at Lasell College and the New Art Center in Newton and the John Michael Kohler Arts Center in Sheboygan, WI, where she is a member of the 2017 arts industry residency program. She has also done residencies at Vermont Studio Center, Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts, Millay Colony, and Daugavpils Mark Rothko Art Center.

199. David Shapiro Origins and Return #6, 2004, 9 of 10 Steel Plate Relief/Collagraph/Photolitho/ Handcoloring on Handmade Paper 22" x 88" $7,000 Courtesy of Audrey and James Foster David was born in 1944 in Brooklyn, NY. He received his BFA from Pratt Institute in 1966, and his MFA from Indiana University in 1968. David has exhibited internationally, and his work is included in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York, as well as the Cleveland Museum of Art in Cleveland, OH, and the Kunsthalle der Stadt in Nuremberg, Germany. Shapiro is represented by the Nicholas Metivier Gallery in Toronto, CA and the Bill Lowe Gallery in Atlanta, Georgia.

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Lots 201 - 208

201. Emilie Clark

202. Yu-Wen Wu

Untitled (EHR-71), from Sweet Corruptions, 2013 Watercolor and Graphite on Paper 15” x 11” $3,000

Not All Alike XV, 2017 Gilded Tea Leaves 20” x 20” x 2” $3,800 Courtesy of the artist and Miller Yezerski Gallery

Courtesy of Morgan Lehman Gallery Emilie received her BFA from Cornell University and her MFA from Bard College. Her work has been exhibited in solo shows at the Nevada Museum of Art, the Lynden Sculpture Garden, and the Katonah Museum of Art, as well as exhibitions at the San Jose Museum of Art, the Weatherspoon Museum Biennial, and the Palo Alto Arts Center.

Yu-Wen is an interdisciplinary artist challenging our impressions of accuracy and storytelling in video, installation, drawing, and sculpture. Compositing imagery of migration (the movement from one place to another) and immigration (the passing into a new terrain as home), she gracefully draws together the natural world and social movements on both a personal and global scale. Her recent exhibitions include the Weisman Art Museum, the Perlman Art Museum, and a 38’ wall relief installation commissioned by Harvard Business School. Visit: YuWenWu.com

203. Rose-Lynn Fisher

204. Candice Smith Corby M’01

What it Meant After a Long Time Forgotten, 2008-2016, AP Archival Pigment Print 14” x 11” $1,600

My Dear (from Love Notes Across Time series), 2015 Homemade Oak Gall and Tobacco Ink, Gouache, and Gold Leaf on Deer Parchment 18” x 24” $2,200

Courtesy of the artist and Craig Krull Gallery Rose-Lynn received her BFA from Otis Art Institute in Los Angeles, CA. Her work has been exhibited internationally in galleries and museums of art, science, and natural history, including the Nova Scotia Museum of Natural History in Halifax, NS and most recently in Encircling the World: Contemporary Art, Science, and the Sublime at MassArt’s Bakalar Gallery in 2016. Her series Topography of Tears was awarded 2nd place in the 2014 International Photography Awards Micro category, and she has also received numerous other awards, including a PollockKrasner Foundation grant. Visit: Rose-LynnFisher.com

Courtesy of the artist and Miller Yezerski Gallery Candice received her BFA in painting from Tyler School of Art and her MFA in painting from MassArt. Her work was recently exhibited at Miller Yezerski Gallery in Boston, Highfield Hall in Falmouth, and the New Art Center in Newton. She was a Massachusetts Cultural Council 2014 finalist and 2008 fellow in painting. Visit: CandiceSmithCorby.com

205. Susan Hardy Brown ‘74

206. Samantha Bates M’17

Snow Queen, 2015 Encaustic with Queen Anne’s Lace on Panel 12” x 12” $400

Feels Like Rain, 2015 Pen on Paper 22” x 30” $1,050

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Susan received degrees from Syracuse University in 1969 and Mass Art in 1974. Her work was recently exhibited at Spoke Gallery and will be shown at Papercuts J.P. She has been the recipient of an Artists Foundation grant in painting and a juror’s award from Trevor Fairbrother. Her work is in the collections of the Boston Public Library, Simmons College, Harvard University’s Houghton Library, the archives of the Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University, and The Wellcome Collection in London. Visit: SusanHardyBrown.com

Samantha is pursuing an MFA at MassArt and completed her BFA at the University of Washington. Her work has been shown at Arnheim Gallery, Doran Gallery, and Bakalar & Paine Galleries and has also been featured in solo shows at STAR Center and Parnassus Cafe and Gallery. Her work will be showcased in MassArt’s upcoming thesis exhibition later this spring. Visit: SamBatesArt.com

207. Tiffanie Russo ‘17

208. Jamie Wyeth

Light and Shadow #4, 2016 Recycled Bottles, Wire, LED lights 50” x 5” x 5” $1,200

White Leghorns, 1981, 45 of 150 Etching 31” x 34” $4,500

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Tiffanie was born 1995 in Longmeadow, MA. She is studying at MassArt and will receive her BFA with a concentration in glass in 2017. She has recently exhibited her work in the Student Life Gallery at MassArt.

Born in 1946, Jamie is a third-generation artist, distinguished in his own right as a contemporary realist painter. Many of his works reflect the innate beauty of the Maine and Pennsylvania landscape and wildlife, or depict important individuals and cultural events in the late 20th and early 21st centuries. However, others are more dramatically avant-garde, transmitting the artist’s raw response to humanity through cropped and contorted multimedia compositions.

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209. Steven Spazuk

210. David Prifti ‘83

Feedback, 2015 Soot from Fire on Gesso Board 20” x 15” $1,800

Wary, 2004 Photo Emulsion on Steel 8” x 7” $1,500

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French-Canadian artist Steven was a conventional painter, but over the past 15 years he has perfected a technique called fumage, which allows him to use the flame of a candle or the flame of a torch as a pencil to create his paintings with trails of soot. Using various tools, he intuitively sculpts the plumes of soot left behind in response to the shapes that appear on the canvas. His work has been exhibited internationally, including at Scope, NY, Gallery 2M2 in Montreal, Canada and TwentyFour Gallery in Berlin, Germany. Visit: Spazuk.com

211. Michelle Maroon ‘11

212. Steven Subotnick

Will I Always Feel This Way?, 2016 Mixed Media on Canvas 10” x 16” $550

Pig, 2015 Archival Inkjet Print 12” x 9” x 2” $300

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Michelle received a BFA in sculpture from MassArt in 2011. She has exhibited with Conception Arts and her work is held in private collections in the United States and Canada. Visit: MichelleMaroon.com

Steven received his MFA from CalArts. He has received a RISCA Fellowship, a MacDowell Residency, awards at the Holland and Hiroshima Animation Festivals, and grants from the LEF Moving Image Fund, Harvard Film Archive, and the American Film Institute. His work is in the collection of the ICA Boston and has been shown at Gallery 5 in Richmond, Sert Gallery, Art Space in Raleigh, AS220, Chazen Gallery, and the Urban Institute of Contemporary Art. Visit: StevenSubotnick.com

213. Dave Faust ‘89

214. Caleb Charland ‘04

Fox Island, Maine, 2013 Oil on Canvas 32” x 40” $3,000

The Surface of Hopkins Pond Inverted to Print the Sky #8, Mariaville, Maine, 2016, 1 of 5 Gelatin Silver Print 24” x 20” $4,000

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David received his BFA from MassArt in 1983. His work has been shown at the MoMA and is part of the museum’s collection. David’s work ranges from quasi-documentary reportage to obsessive reprinting of black-and-white portraits of family members on sculptural objects. He is also well known for his tintype portraits. After teaching at Concord-Carlisle Regional High School for 25 years, David passed away in 2011.

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David received his BFA from MassArt in 1989. He is a painter and decorative artist living in Queens, NY. He has participated in various residencies and workshops including the Maine Photographic Workshops and the Blue Mountain Center. His work has appeared at the World’s Fair in Japan, Brooklyn Designs, and the Kips Bay Decorators Show House. David has exhibited his painting and photographs in Boston and New York, most recently at William Baczek Fine Art in Northampton, MA. His work is in the collection of Fidelity Investments and various private clients. Visit: DavidFaust.com

Caleb earned a BFA in photography from MassArt in 2004, an MFA from SAIC in 2010, and attended the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in 2009. His work has been collected by the Philadelphia Museum of Art, The Progressive Collection, Dow Jones Corporation, Fidelity Corporate Collection, and the Smithsonian American Art Museum. Caleb received a 2016 Pollock-Krasner Foundation grant and lives in ME. Visit: CalebCharland.com

215. Wilhelm Neusser

216. Sue-Yee Leung ‘05

Dawn (1615), 2016 Oil on Canvas 20” x 22” x 1.5” $2,400

Dawn, 2016, 1 of 20 Archival Inkjet Print 14” x 11” $500

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Wilhelm received his MFA from the Staatliche Akademie der Bildenden Künste in Karlsruhe, Germany. His work has been widely exhibited and has received numerous awards and fellowships including the ZVAB Phönix Art Prize, Tutzing am Starnberger See in 2007, and an International Artist in Residence at Boots Contemporary Art Space in St. Louis, MO in 2009. He was a finalist for the Wilhelm-Morgner-Prize, Soest in 2010. He has received multiple fellowships to the Vermont Studio Center in Johnson, VT. Visit: WilhelmNeusser.de

Sue-Yee received her BFA with honors in photography from MassArt. Her work was recently exhibited in Witching Hour: Imagery from Darkness at the PhotoSynthesis Gallery in Manchester, CT. She has also exhibited at Panopticon Gallery in Boston, MA and Chashama in New York, NY. Visit: SueYeeLeung.com

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Lots 209 - 224

217. David Harrison

218. Mary Alice Treworgy ‘58

Still Life with Apple, 2015 Oil on Panel 12” x 12” $2,000

Monhegan from Manana, 1999, 69 of 100 Limited Edition Giclée Print 19.5” x 19.5” x 1” $400

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David received his BFA in fine arts and painting from Maryland Institute College of Art in 1976. His work was recently exhibited at Clark Gallery in Lincoln, MA and at William Baczek Fine Arts in Northampton, MA. He received the Fellowship in Painting from the Massachusetts Cultural Council in 1987. His work is held in the collections of Fidelity Investments, Delta Dental, MediTech, and the collection of U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren.

Mary Alice received her BFA in Graphic Design from MassArt in 1958. She is represented by the Lupine Gallery on Monhegan Island, ME and Archipelago in Rockland, ME. She has been included in 1998, 2003, and 2005 Portland Museum of Art Biennials in Portland, ME. Visit: MaryAliceTreworgy.com

219. Rose Umerlik

220. Jacqueline Holland

Pieced Apart, 2015 Watercolor on Board 8” x 10” $325

Put Some Records On While I Pour, 2014 Watercolor on Paper 8” x 8” $1,000

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Rose has had thirteen solo exhibitions in New England and has been included in numerous group exhibitions and residencies across the country and internationally. Her work has been reviewed in Art New England and Artscope. She has also published two books, Intimacy of Forms and Histories. She is currently represented by Soprafina Gallery in Boston, MA.

Jacqueline received a BFA from Syracuse University.

221. Lei-Sanne Doo

222. Anne F Harney ‘11

Green Thumb Idea 15.01, 2015 Encaustic and Oil Paint Stick on Panel 9.125” x 6.125” $675

Pear and Bowl, 2016 Oil on Canvas 8” x 8” $650

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Lei-Sanne received an AB in drawing and painting from Stanford University. Her paintings and monotypes are included in many collections including the Portland (OR) Museum of Art, the Honolulu Academy of Arts, Fidelity Investments, the Boston Public Library, and the deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum. Her website was designed during a web design class at MassArt. Visit: PoidogStudio.com

223. Peter Arvidson Water Music, 2016 Oil on Panel 18” x 18” x 1” $1,200

Anne received her BFA with honors in painting from MassArt, where she was the recipient of the Book Award, Marcia Lloyd Award, and George Nick Award. Her work has been shown at the Kathryn Schultz Gallery, Dana Hall School Art Gallery, Flaneur Gallery, and Williams Fine Art Gallery in Wenham, MA. She is the recipient of a 2016 Vermont Studio Center Residency and Artist Grant. She has an upcoming solo show at the John Joseph Moakley Courthouse Gallery in 2017. Visit: AnneHarney.com

224. Claire OwENs ‘17 Poppies, 2016, 2 of 10 Screenprint (5 layers) 14” x 17” $400

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Peter is a painter living in Cambridge, MA. He holds an MFA from the University at Buffalo. His work is represented by the Rice Polak Gallery. Visit: PeterArvidson.com

Claire is a Boston-based artist graduating from MassArt in 2017 with a degree in illustration and printmaking. She has been published in the Celebrating Art book in 2013. Recently, her work was shown in the Printmaking Center of New Jersey’s 41st Annual Members Show, and at the Somerset County Library. Visit: Behance.net/ClaireOwens

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225. Fish McGill ‘04 M’14

226. Katrina Majkut

FMcG AtoZ, 2015, 1 of 6, 26 prints per edition Silkscreen 6” x 8” each (26 prints) $1,600

Rising to the Occasion, 2016, 2 of 15 Silkscreen 17” x 14” $400

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Fish received his BFA in SIM at MassArt and his MFA from the Dynamic Media Institute at MassArt. He has created commissions for Harmonix, MTV, ICA, Boston, Nike, MassArt, iTunes, MIT, Deitch Projects, and Adobe. He has been an artist in residence at Montserrat College of Art and MassArt. His work has been shown at Nave Gallery in Somerville and was selected by Boston Cyberarts for Art on the Marquee and for Fresh Media 2014. Visit: FishMcGill.com

Katrina received an MFA from SMFA at Tufts. Her work was recently exhibited at Babson College and the Mint Museum in Charlotte, NC and will be shown at Greenville Technical College in SC and ACUA Art Gallery in Alberta, Canada. She has been a recipient of the Asset for Artists Residency at MASS MoCA. Mic Media listed her as one of four international artists starting a new chapter in feminist art. Her work is held in the collections of Dana Farber and her art catalogues at the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, DC. Visit: KatrinaMajkut.com

227. Matt Murphy ‘03

228. Ted Ollier M’09

Untitled, 2016 Oil on Canvas 9” x 9” $800

Nested Planets, 2016, 6 of 27 Four-Color Letterpress 10” x 10” $300

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Matt received a BFA from MassArt in 2003 and an MFA from The University of Washington in Seattle in 2005. His work was recently exhibited at FP3 Gallery and The New Bedford Art Museum. Visit: Matt-Murphy.com

Ted received his BA with honors from the University of Texas at Austin, his BFA from Texas State University, and his MFA from MassArt in 2009. His work was recently exhibited at Bromfield Gallery in Boston, Mary Cosgrove Dolphin Gallery in Worcester, Nave Gallery in Somerville and inde/jacobs gallery in Marfa, TX. His most recent exhibition was Inventing 3D Landscapes at Brickbottom Gallery last December. He has received two Somerville Arts Council Grants and was an Artist in Residence at Nave Gallery and the Higgins Art Gallery. Visit: MindHueStudio.com

229. Mia Jager ‘17

230. Karen O’Neil ‘83

A Mountain I Saw in Oregon, 2016, 1 of 5 Silkscreen Print 14” x 17” $300

August, 2015 Oil on Linen 24” x 24” $4,500

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Mia was born in Burlington, VT. She is a visual artist, museum educator, and curator living and working in Boston. Mia is also currently working as a student gallery manager at MassArt and intern at the MIT List Visual Arts Center. She is a BFA candidate in Museum Education at MassArt and will graduate in May of 2017. Visit: MiaJager.com

Karen received a BFA from MassArt in 1983. She is represented by Mason Fine Art in Atlanta, GA and Thaddeus C. Gallery in La Porte, IN. Her work is in many private and corporate collections worldwide. Visit: KarenONeilfineart.com

231. James Gibson ‘91

232. Elisa H. Hamilton ‘07

Marilyn 2 ways, 2014 Silkscreen Monoprint 18” x 24” $750

Apple Quad, 2012 Mixed Media on Paper 4 pieces, 5.75” x 5.75” each $375

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James is a professional graphic designer and an alumnus of MassArt. Since graduating, he has taken various courses and workshops in letterpress and printmaking at the school and has exhibited various works at Fort Point Channel Open Studios. Visit: CargoCollective.com/JamesGibsonDesign

Elisa is a graduate of MassArt where she earned her BFA in painting in 2007 and now serves on the Board of Trustees. She is a multimedia artist whose practice focuses on the creation of inclusive artworks that emphasize the inherent joy of our everyday places, objects, and experiences. She has been the recipient of four public art grants to create temporary public works in Boston’s Fort Point neighborhood and has been the recipient of a Creative City grant from New England Foundation for the Arts. Visit: ElisaHHamilton.com

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233. Mimi Smith ‘63

234. Barbara Kruger

Thirty, Thirty-Five (diptych), 2015, 1 of 5 Archival Inkjet Print 9” x 12” $600

Untitled (Stamps), 1990/2013, 32 of 35 Offset Lithograph on Perforated Dry Gum Paper 11.5” x 11.5” $2,700

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Courtesy of Barbara Krakow Gallery

Mimi received a BFA from MassArt in 1963 and an MFA from Rutgers University in 1966. She has received grants from the NEA, NYSCA, NYFA, and the Joan Mitchell Foundation. Among the many publications that have written about her work are Artforum, Art in America, Art News, Frieze, Woman’s Art Journal, Time Out, and The New York Times. Her work has been exhibited at the ICA Philadelphia, MoMA, Haywood Gallery in London, Kunstmuseum in Wolfsburg, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, and the National Museum of Women in the Arts, among others. Last fall, Mimi received the MassArt Distinguished Alumni Award here on campus. Visit: MimiSmith.com

Barbara was born in Newark, New Jersey, in 1945. She attended Syracuse University, the School of Visual Arts, and studied art and design with Diane Arbus at Parson’s School of Design in NY. She layers found photographs from existing sources with pithy and aggressive text that involves the viewer in the struggle for power and control. Much of her text questions the viewer about feminism, classicism, consumerism, and individual autonomy and desire, although her black-and-white images are culled from the mainstream magazines that sell the very ideas she is disputing. She has taught at the California Institute of Art, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and the University of California, Berkeley. She lives in New York and Los Angeles.

235. Ian Kennelly ‘94

236. Takashi Murakami

8Bit Ghosts (set of 4), 2015 Lego Bricks 14” x 9” x 0.5” each $800

Flower Ball (3-D) Sunflower, 2007, 174 of 300 Lithograph 28” diameter $4,500

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Courtesy of Mary Ryan Gallery

Ian received his BFA from MassArt and his MFA from Claremont Graduate University. Kennelly has exhibited across the northeast and the west coast including exhibitions at Boston Convention and Exhibition Center, WBUR, Boston Children’s Museum, and the South Shore Art Center. Visit: IanKennelly.com

Born in 1963 in Tokyo, Takashi is an important contemporary artist whose work employs popular culture and cartoon imagery. He received his BFA, MFA, and PhD from the Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music. He is classically trained in the traditional nihon ga style. He has had recent solo shows at Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain, Paris; Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo; Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; and Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin, Paris. Takashi’s work has been exhibited in prestigious museums all over the world, including a recent solo retrospective exhibition at the Bard College Museum of Art. In 2008, the Brooklyn Museum held a major retrospective of Takashi’s work, organized by Paul Schimmel.

237. Sandy Skoglund

238. Arthur Zegler

Peas on Plate, 1978, 19 of 25 Archival Pigment Inkjet Print 22” x 28” $8,500

Linherr Vermouth Bianco, 1950, Uneditioned Lithograph 46” x 32” $1,750

Courtesy of RYAN LEE, NY

Courtesy of International Poster Gallery

Born in 1946 in Weymouth, MA, Sandy graduated from Smith College in 1968 and received her MA and MFA from the University of Iowa in Iowa City in 1972. Her numerous solo and group exhibitions have spanned five decades during which time her work has been exhibited at prestigious art galleries and museums across the country and around the world. She was the 2010 recipient of the Lucca Digital Photography Festival Lifetime Achievement in Photography Award.

A student of Joseph Binder, Arthur is known for his billboards and advertisements. This wonderful apertif poster perfectly evokes the glamorous lifestyle and fashion of the 1950s. Beautifully drawn and printed in Austria, the poster is stunning in its trompe l’oeil depiction of the wine bottle and an Audrey Hepburn-esque subject.

239. Peter Vanderwarker

240. Stacy A. Scibelli ‘04

Prada, Marfa, 2006, 2 of 10 C-Print 20” x 24” $2,500

Valley of Death, 2016, 1 of 7 Chromogenic Print 24” x 30” $1,700

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Peter was a Loeb Fellow at Harvard University and received his BA in architecture from the University of California, Berkeley. He has received grants from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Graham Foundation and is the author of three books about architecture in Boston. His work is in the collections of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, and the Addison Gallery of American Art in Andover, MA. Visit: Vanderwarker.com

Stacy received her BFA in fashion design from MassArt, where she was the recipient of the Alfred Fiandaca Award, and her MFA from the School of Visual Arts. She has been awarded residencies at the Boston Center for the Arts, the Slipper Room in NY, and Quimby Colony. She has received grants from MASS MoCA Assets for Artists, Possible Futures for FLUX projects, and Franklin Furnace Fund. Her work has been exhibited at Proof Gallery at the Distillery, Danforth Art, Project 722 in Brooklyn, DUMBO Arts Festival, and Torrance Art Museum. Visit: StacyAScibelli.com

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241. Julia Luteran M’18

242. Nancy Colella

Skypin’ Jax G, 2015, 3 of 8 Serigraph 15” x 18” $600

Pink Sheets, 2016 Oil on Canvas 16” x 20” x 2” $1,500

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Julia received her BS in fine art from Skidmore College in 1979 and is currently a MassArt MFA candidate in the class of 2018. Recent exhibitions include 70th Annual NHIA Members Exhibition, Sharon Art Center and Under Pressure, Studio 550 Art Center, Manchester, NH. Julia is a printmaker and metalsmith whose work includes installation art and jewelry design. Visit: JCLuteran.com

Nancy received a BA from Muskingum University. Her work was recently exhibited at the Solace Studio and Gallery in Surf City, NJ and will be shown at the Charles Fine Art Gallery in Gloucester, MA. She was the recipient of the Copley Society Cape Ann Museum Charles Family Residency in Gloucester, MA in 2016. Visit: NancyColellaStudio.com

243. Patrick Luteran ‘11

244. Ellen Rich M’79

Hutchinson, KS Bank, 2013, 2 of 8 Silkscreen using Hand-Cut Paper Stencils 14” x 10” $500

Scribble, 2013 Acrylic on Paper 16” x 14” $1,200

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Courtesy of the artist and Schoolhouse Gallery

Patrick received his BFA in architecture from MassArt. He is a Boston-based artist, designer, and maker who enjoys living in the niche between the art and design worlds. He makes prints, works with wood, glass, ceramics, and loves to draw. Visit: PatrickLuteran.com

Ellen received a MEd from Mass Art and a diploma and Fifth Year Certificate from the SMFA at Tufts. She was awarded a Traveling Scholarship from the SMFA. She is represented by the Schoolhouse Gallery in Provincetown. Her work is in many private and public collections. Visit: EllenRichArt.com

245. Geoff Hargadon

246. Andrew Rondinone ‘16

CFYW Call Collect and CFYW Miami 2016 (diptych), 2016, 1 of 3 Silkscreen on Coroplast and C-Print 12” x 18” each $1,500

Milldale Dreaming, 2016, 1 of 2 Cyanotype 17” x 17” $800

Courtesy of the artist and Gallery Kayafas

Courtesy of the artist Andrew received his BFA from MassArt in 2016.

Geoff is a conceptual artist from Somerville, MA. His current project, Cash For Your Warhol, was the subject of a solo show in March 2014 at Gallery Kayafas entitled Warhol Coming Soon. Additionally, in 2016, Cash For Your Warhol opened its first store in Cambridge, MA. He has also exhibited at Montserrat College of Art, and at galleries in Miami, London, and Los Angeles. His work is in the collections of the Andy Warhol Museum, MIT List Visual Arts Center, and Fidelity. Visit: GeoffHargadon.com

247. Norberto Marrero

248. Brett Angell

Las Virtudes del Poder, 2015, 4 of 40 Woodcut, Silkscreen (3 Colors), and HandColored in Watercolor 31.5” x 37.75” $4,500

Freak, 2010 Mixed Media 7.5” x 7.25” x 2.25” $600

Courtesy of MassArt’s Master Print Series Born and living in Cuba, Norberto has exhibited extensively in Switzerland, Mexico, Canada, England, USA, Australia, and Italy. His artist books are in the collections of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; Smith College Museum of Art; Duke University, Wesleyan University, Dartmouth University, and Stanford University Libraries. His woodcut book, Un Cuento de Hadas, was the winner of the International MCBA Artist’s Book Award, 2013. He was a MassArt Master Print Visiting Artist in 2015. Visit: LatinArtSpace.com/Norberto-Marrero.html

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Courtesy of the artist and Gallery Kayafas Brett Angell received his BFA from the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee in 1989 and his MFA in painting in 1991. His work is in the collections of Chazen Museum of Art in Madison, WI, the Springfield Art Museum in Springfield, MO, and the Sioux City Art Center in Sioux City, IA. Visit: BrettAngell.com


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249. Olivia Ives-Flores

250. Julia Luft ‘17

Me, My-Selfie & II, 2016 Ink on Paper 20” x 16” $1,200

Recess, 2016, 1 of 5 Whiteground and Drypoint Etching 28” x 18” $700

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Olivia received her BFA from Tufts University and the SMFA at Tufts with an emphasis on fine arts and art history, but fancies herself more of a life learner. Her first entrepreneurial pursuit was YES.OUI.SI., a contemporary exhibition space, which she founded and operated while still in college. She is the principal creative of Oh Olive Creative, an individually run collaborative studio that specializes in curating art experiences and crafting brands and websites that empower creative entrepreneurs. Visit: OhOliveCreative.com

Julia is a fourth year illustration student at MassArt. She explores the human experience in present day context through visual means, focusing in a wide variety of traditional mediums. While contributing to many group shows in the Brant and Student Life galleries at Mass Art, Julia has also recently had work published in Flaunt magazine. Visit: JuliaLuft.com

251. Paula Wilson

252. Maria Negulescu ‘08

New Development, 2012, 8 of 27 Intaglio with Screen Print 35” x 20” $2,000

Egret and Butterfly, 2016, 1 of 6 Silkscreen 23” x 17” x 1.5” $300

Courtesy of MassArt’s Master Print Series

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Paula was born Chicago, and lives in New Mexico. She received a Joan Mitchell Grant, and residency grants at the Fabric Workshop, Philadelphia, the Studio Museum, Harlem, and the Giverny Foundation, France. Exhibitions include Bellwether Gallery, Sikkema Jenkins Gallery, Benrimon Contemporary, Ogilvy & Mather, and Postmasters Gallery, as well as Weatherspoon Museum, NC, Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, and Inside-Out Museum, Beijing. She was a MassArt Master Print Visiting Artist in 2012. Visit: PaulaJWilson.com

Maria recived her BFA from MassArt. Her work is exhibited at galleries and alternative spaces in NYC as well as upstate NY. She received the Pollock-Krasner Foundation grant in 2013 to attend Byrdcliffe Art Residency in Woodstock, NY. Visit: RichPrestigiousGallery.com

253. Alex Gerasev

254. Ariel Tobing ‘16

Moon, 2015, 10 of 25 Lithograph 5” x 4” $200

FLOW, 2016 Ink on Paper 8” x 12” $2,000

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Courtesy of the artist

Alex relocated to the United States in 1999 from St. Petersburg, Russia where he studied at the Yoganson School of Fine Arts and the Repin Academy. His work has been featured in galleries and museums across the United States and Europe, and is in numerous collections including the Boston Public Library, Deutsche Immobilien Fonds in Germany, and the Pushkin Museum in Russia. Visit: AlexGerasev.com

Ariel received a BFA in illustration from MassArt. He has been a past recipient of the George Nick Prize. Visit: ArielTobing.com

255. Katrina Madsen Berg

256. Liliana Porter

hummingly, 2016 Oil on Panel 12” x 12” x 1.5” $350

The Obstacle, 2013, 8 of 36 Etching with Stone on White Hahnemuhle Paper 25” x 18” $2,600

Courtesy of the artist and Evergreen Gallery Katrina received a BA from University of Nevada Las Vegas in 2004. Her work has recently been exhibited at Danforth Art in Framingham and will be shown at the Annual Art & Soup event in Salt Lake City’s Salt Palace. She was a recipient of the 2016 Florence E. Ware Award at the Utah Women Artists Exhibition. Visit: KatrinaBerg.com

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Courtesy of MassArt’s Master Print Series Born in Argentina, Liliana was awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship, three NY Foundation for the Arts Fellowships, and a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts. Her work is represented in hundreds of public collections, including the Brooklyn Museum, MOMA, Whitney Museum, Philadelphia Museum, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Bibliothèque nationale de France, and Tate Modern, London. Public art commissions include the mosaic murals in the 50th Street subway station in NYC. She was a MassArt Master Print Visiting Artist in both 2002 and 2013. Visit: LilianaPorter.com

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257. Zachary Naylor

258. Nancy Hayes

Do You Have What I Need?, 2016 Colored Pencil and Graphite 7” x 6.5” $500

Bio Map 5, 2013 Acrylic on Panel 12” x 12” x 1” $750

Courtesy of the artist and Gallery Kayafas

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Since receiving a BFA in printmaking from Montserrat College of Art in 2015, Zachary’s practice has spanned across several disciplines ranging from drawing, printmaking, and sculpture. His work conveys an array of conflicts and concerns about the environment, depression, and the impact that cultural influences have on the way we form our own identities. His work has been shown throughout New England.

Nancy received her BFA from Tyler School of Art and a MFA from UMass Dartmouth. She worked as a ceramic sculptor for over twenty years winning many awards including an MCC artist grant in the crafts category before turning her attention to painting. Her next solo show will be at the de Menil Gallery at Groton School in Groton, MA. Visit: NancyCHayes.com

259. Maureen O’Connor ‘81

260. Caitlin Mavilia ‘17

Ducks with Green Floral Fabric, 2016 Oil on Canvas 18” x 18” $3,000

Little Red, 2016 Acrylic and Ink 13” x 16” $1,200

Courtesy of the artist and Jack Meier Gallery

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Maureen received her BFA in painting from MassArt. Her work has been exhibited at Boston City Hall, the MA Convention Center, Bluestone Gallery in Philadelphia, Bunker Hill Community College, BPL’s Brighton Branch, Bank of America, Goodwin Proctor, 13 Forest Gallery, and at Clark Gallery. Her work is in the collections of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, Fidelity Investments, Boston Medical Center, and Biogen Idec. Visit: MOArtNow.com

Caitlin will graduate from MassArt in 2017. She is a multimedia storyteller working in both 2D and 3D and has a great love for children’s literature and history. She has received awards from 3x3 International Illustration competition (for her painting Little Red), Creative Quarterly, the 2016 Lila Chaplin creative writing award, and was published in Drawing Magazine. Visit: Behance.net/CMMavilia278a

261. Jordan Piantedosi ‘15

262. Kayla Mohammadi

Cara, 2016 Oil on Panel 10” x 10” $600

Hola, 2016 Oil on Canvas 16” x 16” $1,900

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Courtesy of the artist and Caldbeck Gallery

Jordan received a BFA in painting from MassArt where she won the George Nick Award. Her work is held in the collections of Olivia Ives-Flores, Marjoliene Brugman, Lee Doyle, Erin Robertson, Bill Serovy, and others. Visit: JordanPiantedosiArt.com

Kayla was born in San Francisco, CA. She received her BFA in painting in 1998 from the University of Washington, Seattle and an MFA in 2002 from Boston University. She received the Ludwig Vogelstein Foundation Grant in 2006, the Joan Mitchell Foundation Award for Painters in 2008, and the American Academy of Arts and Letters Purchase Prize in 2014. Recently, she was included in the Center for Maine Contemporary Art Biennial in Rockland, ME and DRAW/Boston at MassArt. Her work is featured in public collections at Danforth Art, Smithsonian American Art Museum, Clarendon Group USA, NYU Langone Medical Center, The Victory Fund, Try-Me Collection, and the University of Washington. Visit: KaylaMohammadi.com

263. Evelyn Berde ‘72

264. Irena Roman ‘77

The Comfort Tree, 2014, 185 of 500 Archival Inkjet Print 12” x 15” $675

Micro Macro, 2012 Watercolor on Paper 29” x 19” $1,500

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Evelyn received a BS in education in 1972 from MassArt. Her work was recently exhibited at The West End Museum in Boston, MA and also was shown at Concord Center for the Visual Arts. Evelyn has been an Artist in Residence at Boston Children’s Hospital, Brookline Public Schools, and Jewish Community Housing for the Elderly. Her work is held in the collections of Boston Children’s Hopsital, The Mayo Clinic Minnesota, and The Oregon Gallery of Art, Portland, OR. Visit: EvelynBerde.com

Irena received an MFA from Syracuse University. Her work was recently exhibited in New England Watercolor Society’s North American Biennial and will be shown at the Art Complex Museum in Duxbury, MA in 2018. She is the recipient of The American Watercolor Society’s High Winds Medal and has received a William Hicks Faculty Fellowship from MassArt. Her work is in many corporate and private collections. Visit: IrenaRoman.com

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265. Diane Ayott

266. Jennifer Liston Munson ‘85

Petty Skirmishes, 2009 Mixed Media on Paper 7” x 5” $1,200

Spoleto, 2016, 1 of 3 Archival Pigment Print 4” x 5.25” $900

Courtesy of the artist and Kathryn Markel Fine Arts

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Diane received her MFA from MassArt, and has exhibited extensively in New England, New York, Washington, DC, and Chicago. She recently exhibited at Kathryn Markel Fine Arts in NY and at Trident Gallery in Gloucester, MA. Diane’s paintings are in many private and public collections; most notably in the State Department Art Bank Collection in Washington, DC. She is currently a professor at Montserrat College of Art in Beverly, MA. Visit: DianeAyott.com

Jennifer studied at Loughborough College of Art and Design in Leicestershire, England, received her BFA from MassArt, and her MFA from the SMFA atTufts University. Her work was recently exhibited at Artspace in Maynard, the Beard & Weil Galleries at Wheaton College, Brickbottom Gallery in Somerville, and the Cutter Gallery in Arlington. She received a Traveling Scholars Award from the SMFA, two Massachusetts Arts Lottery Grants, and the Ulsake Studio Award. Visit: JenniferListonMunson.com

267. Molly Batchelder

268. Kate Russell Jones

Pigs on Red Road, 2014 Watercolor on Paper 11.5” x 10.25” $500

Untitled, 2010, 1 of 5 Metal Print 16” x 23” $450

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Courtesy of the artist

Molly received her BA from Vassar College. Her work has been exhibited at Limited Editions in Newton, MA and Francisca Anderson Gallery in Lexington, MA. Visit: MollyBatchelder.com

Kate received a BFA from Skidmore College. Her work is in several private collections in the United States. Visit: KatesEye.com

269. Robert Coppola

270. Shelley Reed

CA 2016-8666, 2016, 1 of 20 Archival Inkjet Print 24” x 36” x 1.25” $1,500

Banded Kingfisher, 2016 Oil on Paper 30” x 22” $2,800

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Courtesy of the artist and Danese/Corey

Robert received his MA from Cornell University. His work is in the collections of the Boston Public Library, Hill Memorial Library at Louisiana State University, Howard Gotlieb Archival Research Center at Boston University, and numerous private collections. He is the recipient of a MassArt Faculty Grant and his work has been exhibited recently at the Attleboro Arts Museum as well as the Library of Congress in Washington, DC. Visit: RobertCoppola.com

Shelley received a diploma from the SFMA at Tufts in Boston. She is represented by the Sears-Peyton Gallery and Danese/Corey, both in NY. Her work is in many collections including Fidelity, Wellington, MFA Boston, and the deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum. Visit: ShelleyReed.com

271. Conley Harris

272. Diane Sawler McLaughlin ‘66

Deep Twilight, 2010 Oil on Canvas 11” x 14” $1,800

Untitled, 2013 Acrylic on Panel 12” x 12” $400

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Courtesy of the artist, Hourglass Gallery, and Blue Cloud Gallery

Conley received an MFA degree from the University of Wisconsin. His work was recently exhibited at the Philadelphia Museum of Art and new paintings will be exhibited in a solo show this spring at The Paul Dietrich Gallery at C7A in Cambridge. He was the recipient of an Artist Residency at the Sanskrit Foundation in New Delhi, India in 2013. Harris received a solo exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston in 2009-10. In 2007, he had a solo show at Danforth Art in Framingham. His work can be found in many public and private collections including the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Wichita Art Museum in KS, CitiCorp in New York City, MET Life Collection in New York City, and Harvard Art Museums in Cambridge.

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Diane received her BFA in painting from MassArt. Her work has been exhibited at Blue Cloud Gallery in Somerville, Hourglass Gallery in Melrose, and VynnArt in Meredith, NH. Visit: StudioDiane.Blogspot.com

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273. Cameron Byron Roberts

274. Erica Aubin ‘10

Fire Island, 2016 Oil on Panel 10” x 16” $700

Couple Crease Series #6 The Way We Linger, 2012 Graphite on Paper 9” x 13” $300

Courtesy of the artist Cameron is a landscape painter working on the seashore of Cape Ann. Visit: CameronByronRoberts.com

Erica received her BFA in painting from MassArt. She was the recipient of the 2010 Daniel Kelleher Auction Award and the 2008 All-School Show Award. Her work has been exhibited at Lincoln Arts Project in Waltham, Samsøñ and 808 Gallery at Boston University. Visit: EricaAubin.com

275. Anna C. Pausch ‘15

276. Andrew Haines

Lost in the Forest, 2011, 3 of 12 Intaglio 12” x 14” $500

House in Roxbury, 2015 Acrylic on Canvas 30” x 25” x 2” $2,800

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Anna received her BFA in printmaking with a minor in fibers from MasstArt in 2015. Current works are on display in Ithaca, NY at the Inn at Gothic Eves as well as in Boston, MA at Mass Eye & Ear, Arrowstreet Architects, and Boston City Hall in both the Board of Higher Education and the Inspector General’s Office. Visit: AnnaPausch.com

Andrew has exhibited at Clark Gallery and is in the collections of the Boston Athenaeum, Fidelity, Liquitex Artist Materials, the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Wellington, the Yosemite Museum, the National Park Service, and the Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum. He is also the recipient of a Massachusetts Cultural Council grant. Visit: AndrewHainesPaintings.com

277. Cathy M. Laskowski ‘13

278. Remi Thornton

Mary, 2011, 4 of 20 Archival Inkjet Print 15” x 10” $400

Cabin 6E, 2015, 5 of 10 Digital C-Print 20” x 30” $1,935

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Courtesy of the artist and Miller Yezerski Gallery

Cathy received a BFA with departmental honors in photography from MassArt in 2013. Visit: CMLaskowski.com

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Remi received his BFA from RISD in 2001. His work was recently exhibited in the 2015 Emerging Artist Winners at St. Botolph in Boston, the Beehive in Boston; and the Hynes Convention Center in Boston. He received the 2015 St. Botolph Emerging Artist Grant. His work is held in the collections of Federal Street Advisors, Fidelity Investments, Millennium Partners, and the MIT List Visual Arts Center, Student Loan Collection. Visit: RemiThornton.com

279. Brittany Marcoux M’16

280. Greg Heins

Bend #2, Tree Shadows, 2016, 1 of 3 Archival Inkjet Print 20” x 16” $500

Metro Cowboy, 2014, 3 of 12 Pigment Inkjet Print 30” x 18” $1,250

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Courtesy of the artist and Gallery Kayafas

Brittany is a photographer living in Boston. She received her BFA from Maine College of Art in 2010 and her MFA in photography at MassArt. She has exhibited at Danforth Art, AS220, and Nave Gallery. Brittany is currently a teaching assistant in the Visual and Environmental Science department at Harvard University. Visit: BritanyMarcoux.com

Greg is a Boston-based photographer who makes photographs in public places and photographs that display formal relationships of shape, color and light. His work is in the collections of the Smith College Museum of Art, the Bowdoin College Museum of Art, the Addison Gallery of American Art, the Davis Museum at Wellesley College, and the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. He is represented by Gallery Kayafas. Visit: GregHeinsPhotography.com

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281. Anne H. Fitzpatrick

282. J. Shannon Floyd ‘15

Une Parader Sur le Champs-Elysées, 2013, 5 of 5 Digital Photomontage 9” x 16” x 2” $1,200

Babylon, 2015 Blown and Cold-Worked Glass 6.75” x 1.5” x 1.5” $800 Courtesy of the artist

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Shannon received a BFA in Glass from MassArt in 2015. Her work was recently exhibited at the Krikorian Gallery. She is an Artist in Residence at the Worcester Center for Craft and has received scholarships to take classes at The Corning Museum of Glass and Penland School of Craft.

Anne received her BA and BFA from Emmanuel College and her diploma from the SMFA at Tufts in Boston. Her work is in the collections of Charles Schwab, Blue Cross Blue Shield, and Hillview Capital. Visit: AnneFitzpatrick.com

283. Yana Payusova

284. Gustavo Tavares Barceloni ‘17

The Leopard Adulteress, 2015 Ceramic 10” x 5” x 5” $1,000

Kiss the Cook, 2015 Terracotta with Underglaze 19” x 7” x 7” $600

Courtesy of the artist and Miller Yezerski Gallery

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Yana received her BA from Lake Forest College and her MFA in Media Arts from the University of Colorado at Boulder. Her work was recently exhibited at the Andenne Cultural Center in Belgium, Melkweg Gallery in Amsterdam, Noorderlicht Gallery in the Netherlands, MIT, Photoville in Brooklyn, NY, and the University of Rochester. Her work is in the collections of deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum and the Boston Public Library. Visit: Payusova.com

Gustavo is a senior MassArt student graduating in spring of 2017 with a BFA in Ceramics. His socially engaged craft has won him grants by the Regina Brown Fellowship and Feast Mass and he has been recognized by MassArt to be entered as a nominee for the Windgate Fellowship Award. Visit: GustavoBarceloni.com

285. Janet Kawada ‘92

286. Janna Ugone ‘79

Standing tall, 2015 Wood, Marble, Yarn, Stones, Felt, Beads, and Wire 20” x 8” x 5” $600

Flora and Maze Table Lamp, 2016 Large Drum Shaded Table Lamp, HandForged, Welded Steel & Re-Claimed Wood Base, Steel Oxide Pewter Finial and Pull Charm, and Archival Giclees 25” x 14” x 14” $425

Courtesy of the artist Janet received her BFA in fibers from MassArt and her MFA from Vermont College. Her work is in the collections of Cornell University and Simmons College, among others. Exhibitions include a solo show at Boston’s Kingston Gallery, Harbor Art Gallery at UMass Boston, Worcester Center for Crafts, St. Botolph Club, and Pine Manor College. Visit: JanetKawada.com

Courtesy of the artist Janna received a BFA from MassArt in 1979. Her work has been exhibited in over 200 galleries in the United States and Canada and will be shown at two fine art exhibitions at Pinch in Northampton, MA and Edgewood Orchard Gallery in Fish Creek, WI. She received a Mass Grant for Workforce Training for Artists and Employees and was a Martha Stewart American Made Finalist 2014. Visit: JannaUgone.com

287. Angela McHale ‘17

288. Archie Snow ‘17

Repurposed Failures, 2016, 1 of 5 Glass 20” x 6” x 6” $1,500

Eggs, 2016, 5 of 30 Porcelain 5.5” x 4” $400

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist

Angela will graduate from MassArt in 2017 with her BFA in glass. She has worked and taught in various glass studios across the Northeast. Angela’s work straddles the boundaries between order and chaos. She is often inspired by the status and health of our global environment. This influences her to incorporate recycled materials into her work. Visit: CargoCollective.com/RoseGlass

Archie is a senior at MassArt and is excited to graduate and earn a BFA in Ceramics and Studio for Interrelated Media in 2017. Archie will be curating and participating in the following shows during the upcoming semester: SNOWBURN in the North Crackatorium, Emotional Currency: Self Worth in the Digital Age in the Godine Family Gallery, Will All the Queer People Please Stand Up? in the Godine Family Gallery, and Ceramics Swap Show in the Student Life Gallery.

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289. Melanie Blood ‘10

290. Tanya Philbin-Chin ‘98

Untitled, 2016 Ceramic 5” x 11” x 10” $620

Woodland Tea, 2016 Ceramic 6” x 8.5” x 3.5” $300

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Melanie received her BFA in ceramics from MassArt in 2010 and her MAT from Tufts University in affiliation with the SMFA at Tufts in 2015. Her work was recently exhibited at the Attleboro Art Museum and the Brockton Public Library. She has been featured in Art & Business Magazine for her work in education. Visit: MelanieBlood.com

Tanya received her BFA in ceramics from MassArt. She creates her ceramic work in a home-based studio in Needham. She also creates heirloom ceramic tiles with impressions of children’s hands and feet. Visit: Zinnia-Designs.com

291. Jasmine Baetz ‘17

292. Paul Briggs M’16

Basket, 2016 Clay 12” x 14” x 14” $450

Medusa, 2016 Glazed Ceramic 6” x 7.5” x 6.75” $450

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist and Liz O’Brien New York

Jasmine is a ceramics student at MassArt. She She holds a BA in religious studies from the University of Toronto and a diploma in Fine Arts from Langara College. In the winter of 2016 she exhibited at Artspeak Gallery in Vancouver. She was awarded the Russell Doucette Memorial Scholarship for ceramics in the spring of 2016. Visit: JasmineBaetz.com

293. Jon Koppel ‘08 M’18

294. Dave J. Bermingham ‘06

Display Case with Skeleton, 2015 Bronze, Glass, Oak, Skeleton 7” x 7” x 6” $800

Groper B, 2016 Found Domestic Housewares and Steel 15” x 28.25” x 15” $1,300

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Courtesy of the artist

Jon received his BFA in sculpture from MassArt in 2008. He is currently pursuing his Masters in teaching and art education at MassArt. Visit: IronTrilobite.com

Dave received a BFA in fashion design from MassArt and a Master of Design in fashion, body & garment from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. He is recipient of the 2016 Municipal Art League of Chicago Graduate Fellowship from SAIC and was a recent Artist-in-Residence at the TextielLab/TextielMuseum in Tilburg, Netherlands. Visit: DaveJBermingham.com

295. Joseph Webster ‘15

296. Adam Waimon ‘06

Twisted Filigrana Goblets with Gold, 2016 Blown Glass 10” x 12” x 6” $950

Pagliacci Duo (Barrel Boys), 2011 Blown Glass 3” x 14.5” x 8” $3,000

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist and Ken Saunders Gallery

Joseph received his BFA from MassArt in 2015. Joseph currently holds the Gaffer position in the glass department at MassArt. He soon will be opening his own studio and gallery in southern Maine. Visit: JosephWebsterGlass.com

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Paul received his MSED from Alfred University and his PhD from Penn State, as well as his MFA in sculpture from MassArt. His work has been included in exhibitions at MassArt, the University of Tennessee’s Ewing Gallery, and Redbird Studio Gallery in Columbia, SC. His work is in the collection of the Wellesley College Multifaith Center. Visit: PSBriggs.com

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Adam graduated from MassArt in 2006 with a BFA in glass. Recently, he had a solo exhibition at University of Rhode Island. His work can be found in representing galleries throughout the United States. He designed the 2016 MassArt Alumni Award. Adam’s artwork was also recognized in an honorable mention for the prestigious Genesis Prize Design. Visit: AdamWaimon.com


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297. Dana Filibert ‘99

298. Nicholas Winkler

Sleepless, 2012 Steel, Carved High Density Foam, Repurposed Objects, Epoxy, and Paint 12” x 11” x 13” $2,500

86 Love, 2016 Blown, Cold Worked and Polished Glass on Steel 10” x 19.5” x 4.25” $2,600

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist and The Rymer Gallery

Dana received a BFA from MassArt and MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art. Her work was recently exhibited at the Fitchburg Art Museum and the Mills Gallery at Boston Center for the Arts. Her work is currently on exhibit at the Albany International Airport Gallery in Albany, NY. She is a recipient of the 2015 Massachusetts Cultural Council Fellowship in sculpture. Visit: DanaFilibert.net

Hailing from Lexington, Kentucky, Nicholas studied under Stephen Rolfe Powell at Centre College and received his BA in 2012. His work was recently exhibited at the Surface Gallery in Asheville, NC. Currently he is developing a new body of work to be exhibited at the Rymer Gallery this summer in Nashville, TN. Visit: NicholasJohnDesigns.com

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301. Julia Hechtman

302. James Mason ‘81

Making Believe (That You Still Love Me), 2015, 1 of 3 Archival Pigment Print 18” x 12” $1,000

Amber in Black Wedding Dress, 2013, 1 of 1 Photograph 18” x 24” $300

Courtesy of the artist Julia is an interdisciplinary artist based in Boston. She makes work that subtly alters the familiar and ordinary to create a state of renewed and first-hand experience. Her works convey the contradictions and tensions that exist in active experience and point to places, images, events, and objects we may not always pay attention to.

Courtesy of the artist James received his BFA from MassArt and his MA from Lesley University. He specializes in fashion illustration and designs for private clientele. He is a Paris Fashion Institute alumnus and has shown in multiple shows at MassArt.

303. Mel Bochner

304. Matthew Swarts M’97

Genetic Space, Red, 1995, 6 of 6 Engraving with Embossment on Handmade Paper 42.875” x 42.75” $5,000

Untitled, 2016. From the series: The Alternatives, 2016, 3 of 9 Archival Inkjet Print 40” x 30” x 2.75” $4,000

Courtesy of Barbara Krakow Gallery

Courtesy of the artist and Kopeikin Gallery, Los Angeles

Born in Pittsburgh in 1940, Mel studied at Carnegie Institute of Technology where he received his BFA in 1962. Since 1964 he has lived and worked in New York City. He has exhibited widely in the United States and Europe and his work is represented in the Museum of Modern Art, the Whitney Museum of American Art, and the Musée National d’Art Moderne in Paris. In 2005 he received an honorary doctor of fine arts degree from Carnegie Mellon University. He has taught at the School of Visual Arts in New York. He was appointed to the Yale faculty in 1979 as senior critic in painting/printmaking and was appointed adjunct professor in 2001.

Matthew received his AB with honors from Princeton University and his MFA from MassArt. His work was recently exhibited at Art Basel Miami, the UNSEEN Photography Fair in the Netherlands, the Seattle Art Fair, and Columbia University. He was the recipient of the J. William Fulbright Scholar Grant and the Ruttenberg Arts Foundation Award for Best New Work Nationally in Photographic Portraiture. His work is in the collections of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, the Library of Congress, the deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum, Princeton University, the Polaroid Collection, the Boston Public Library, and other private collections. Visit: MatthewSwarts.com

305. Vivian Pratt M’03

306. Andrew Stevovich M’80

Untitled-1311, 2013 Plant Material, String, and Paper 22” x 13” $800

Nadine with Espresso, 2001, 10 of 25 Line Etching with Chine Colle 30” x 16.5” $1,200

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist and Adelson Galleries Boston

Vivian received an MFA in SIM from MassArt. Her work was recently shown at the New Bedford Museum in New Bedford, MA and the Griffin Museum in Winchester, MA and will be shown at the Bromfield Gallery in a solo exhibition in April. She received residencies at the School of Visual Arts in New York, Atlantic Center for the Arts in Florida, the Skopelos Foundation in Greece, and Palazzo Rinaldi in Italy. Visit: VivianPratt.com

A noted contemporary figurative painter, Andrew grew up in Washington, D.C., and as a young child spent time roaming the halls of the National Gallery of Art, where he was particularly drawn to the Renaissance paintings that would come to inform his work. He holds degrees from Rhode Island School of Design and MassArt, and is represented in many important public and private collections. His work has been the subject of numerous solo exhibitions across the United States as well as abroad. He works in oil and pastel, and is also an accomplished printmaker and etcher.

307. Alison Judd M’07

308. Nicole Patel

The Memory of Leaves, 2016 Monotype 11.25” x 9” $1,000

Earth Vellum, 2016 Cotton Thread on White Muslin (2 Single Threads) 20” x 16” x 2” $1,600

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist and Abigail Ogilvy Gallery

Alison received her MFA from MassArt. She has shown in numerous group shows around the Boston area, most recently at Mayyim Hayyim Gallery in Newton, MA. Her work is held in many private collections. Visit: AlisonJudd.com

Nicole received a BFA from Syracuse University in ceramic sculpture and textiles. Her work was recently exhibited at Abigail Ogilvy Gallery in Boston and Morris Adjmi Architects in NYC and will be shown at Glasgow International Art Festival in Scotland this year. Her work was featured in the September edition of Interior Designs magazine. Her work is held in the collections of Wayne McGregor and Angela Bernstein.

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309. Johnny Tang

310. Rick Legge

Fearful Courage, 2016, 1 of 5 Giclée 27” x 44” x 2” $2,800

Patter, 2011 Acrylic on Panel 12” x 12” x 2” $650

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Johnny received his BFA in photography from Savannah College of Art and Design. A solo exhibition of his work was recently held at the Reed Space in New York. His work is currently on view as part of the Boston Drawing Project at Carroll and Sons Gallery. Visit: JohnnyTangPhoto.com

Rick is a painter and mixed media artist who studied painting at MassArt. He won an Emerging Artist award in 2005 from the Copley Society. His most recent solo show, Reflections of 9/11, was at the Mayor’s Art Gallery at Boston City Hall. His work is in many private and corporate collections. Visit: RickLeggeStudios.com

311. Anna Swanson ‘14

312. Anne Lilly

Expanse 002, 2015 Ink on Bristol 24” x 19” $650

Island #3, 2015 Watercolor on Paper 16” x 12” $1,600

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Courtesy of the artist

Anna received her BFA in art education from MassArt in 2014. Her work was recently exhibited at the Arcworks Community Art Center in Peabody, MA and the Umbrella Community Arts Center in Concord, MA. She currently works as an educator in Massachusetts. Visit: AnnaBethSwanson.com

Anne received her Bachelor of Architecture, magna cum laude, from Virginia Tech and has received numerous grants and awards. She has taught at MIT, MassArt and the Art Institute of Boston. Her work is included in the collections of the deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum, Middlebury College Museum of Art, and the New Britain Museum of American Art. Visit: AnneLilly.com

313. Jessie Hansen ‘17

314. Deborah Klotz ‘88 M’93

Surface Skin, 2014 Watercolor, Pastel, and Mixed Media Collage 31” x 38.5” $500

Detach, 2016, 1 of 5 Silkscreen 20” x 13” $985

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist

Jessie will receive her BFA in Interrelated Media from MassArt in May of 2017. Born and raised in Utah, her work often deals with spirituality and religion, as well as the female experience. Her expressions take many forms, often piecing seemingly disparate parts together to form a relationship. She uses painting, drawing, printmaking, collage, and photography in her image-making practice. Visit: CargoCollective.com/JessieKayHansen

Deborah received her BA from Brandeis University and her BFA and MFA from MassArt. Her work was recently exhibited at the Maine Jewish Museum and the Lewis Gallery in Portland, ME. She has been a recipient of the Maine Arts Commission Good Idea Award in 2014, a Maine Arts Commission Individual Artist Fellowship, the NEA New Forms Regional Arts Award, and a Dondis Travel Award. Her work is held in the collections of the Smithsonian Archives, Maine Jewish Museum, and in private collections. Visit: DebKlotzArt.com

315. Zoe Perry-Wood ‘81

316. Dan Vlahos ’00 M’17

Jose & Luis, The BAGLY Prom Series, 2015, 1 of 7 Archival Inkjet Print 25” x 17” x 1” $1,190

Untitled, 2014 Acrylic on Panel 12” x 16” x 2” $750

Courtesy of the artist and Gallery Kayafas Zoe received her BFA in photography from MassArt in 1981 and her M.Ed. in social justice education from UMass Amherst. Her work was recently exhibited at the National Portrait Gallery in London and in the New England Photography Biennial at Danforth Art. She is the receipient of the Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize and Cambridge Art Association Artist of the Year award in 2014 and 2015. Visit: ZoePerryWood.com

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Courtesy of the artist Dan is a Boston-based designer, artist and educator. Dan graduated from MassArt in 2000 with a BFA in graphic design and returned in 2015 to pursue his MFA in the Dynamic Media Institute and to teach as an Assistant Professor in the graphic design department. His award winning work in design has been featured in numerous publications. His digital and acrylic artworks are in over 100 private collections. Visit: DanVlahos.com


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317. Danielle Dean M’17

318. Lynne Harlow

Beyond, 2016, 1 of 5 Archival Pigment Print 23.5” x 19.5” $600

Venus, 2016 Acrylic Paint on Paper 20” x 30” $1,000

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Courtesy of the artist and bkprojects

Danielle is currently pursuing her MFA in photography at MassArt. She received her BFA from the Columbus College of Art and Design. Her work is represented by Wall Space Gallery in Santa Barbara, CA and Waterworks Gallery in Friday Harbor, WA and has been exhibited throughout the country. She splits her time between Boston, MA and the San Juan Islands, WA. Visit: DanielleDean.com

Lynne holds an MFA from Hunter College and works in a language of reductive abstraction. Her work has been reviewed by Artforum, The New York Times, and The Boston Globe, among others. She has received the MacColl Johnson Fellowship (a $25,000 merit award), and a visiting artist residency at the Chinati Foundation in Marfa, TX. Collections include The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Museum of Modern Art, and the Philips Collection.

319. illesha Khandelwal ‘17

320. Marjorie Forté

The Day You Left, 2016, 1 of 1 Silk Organza Print 11” x 9” $600

Agnes 4, 2014 Embroidery Floss 17” x 14” $800

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist and Soprafina Gallery Marjorie is represented by Soprafina Gallery. She has shown her work throughout New England and New York, most recently at the Brattleboro Museum. In 2017 her work will be on exhibit at the Beard & Weil Galleries at Wheaton College.

illesha is an artist from Mumbai, India currently based in Boston. She is a Presidential Scholarship recipient and BFA candidate in photography at MassArt, and will graduate in May of 2017. She recently had her first solo show fault lines: works from the burren at MassArt, and has exhibited several installations in group shows at MassArt. Visit: illesha.com

321. Mark Cooper

322. Thomas Jackson

Mask II, 1999, 1 of 1 Polaroid 20x24 Print with Mixed Media Collage 36” x 24” $2,000

Cups no. 2, 2013, 4 of 9 Archival Pigment Print 30” x 38” $4,700 Courtesy of the artist and Miller Yezerski Gallery

Courtesy of the artist and Samsøñ Mark received his BS from Indiana University and his MFA from SMFA at Tufts. He is currently an adjunct professor at Boston College and a Professor at the SMFA at Tufts. His work has been exhibited at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, the Boston College Museum, deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum, and the Whitney. He was a 2013 ICA Boston Foster Prize finalist. Recent exhibitions include New Blue and White at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Earth & Alchemy: Contemporary Ceramic Sculpture at MassArt’s Bakalar & Paine Galleries, and Sum of the Parts, an exhibition in collaboration with lecturers and students at the Vietnam University of Fine Arts. Visit: MarkFCooper.com

Thomas was born in Philadelphia, PA and grew up in Providence, RI. After earning a BA in history from the College of Wooster, he spent much of his career in New York City as an editor and book reviewer for magazines. His work has been shown at Miller Yezerski Gallery in Boston, MA; Dina Mitrani Gallery in Miami, FL; and The Center for Photography at Woodstock, NY. He was named one of the Critical Mass Top 50 in 2012, won the “installation/still-life” category of Photo District News’ The Curator award in 2013, and earned second place in CENTER’s Curator’s Choice Award in 2014. He lives in San Francisco.

323. Phil Jung M’09 in collaboration with Erik Schubert M‘07

324. Clark McLean Graham M’08 Untitled Video Still with Pink Paint, 2015 Acrylic Archival Pigment Print Transfer onto Aluminum 12.25” x 18.25” $675

E.S.- 4/16/16 & P.J. - 4/12/16, 2016, AP Archival Inkjet Print 20” x 40” $1,000

Courtesy of the artist and GRIN

Courtesy of the artists Phil received his MFA in photography from the MassArt in 2009, and Erik received his MFA in 2007. Phil’s photographs are currently on display at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and are part of its permanent collection. He has recently been featured in The New Yorker and on CNN and was awarded an international film grant from Kodak in 2009.

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Clark currently lives and works in upstate New York. He earned his BFA from SUNY Potsdam and his MFA from MassArt. He has recently exhibited at Harper’s Books in East Hampton, NY and GRIN in Providence, RI.

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325. Alexi Antoniadis

326. Hannah O’Toole

Figure III, 2016 Oil on Steel 35.25” x 32” x 6” $4,000

Venezia Vivido VI, 2016 Monotype 24” x 19” $500

Courtesy of the artist and Carroll and Sons, Boston

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Alexi received a BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design in 1997. His work has been exhibited at the deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum and Boston University and is in the collection of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. He has made work as part of the duo Antoniadis and Stone and more recently focused on working independently. His hand-cut and painted oil-onsteel sculptures explore shape, color, space, and shadow in a way that plays with our sense of visual perception.

Originally from upstate New York, Hannah received her BFA from SUNY Plattsburgh graduating summa cum laude in 2012. She works primarily in the field of printmaking and has worked as a Studio Assistant at the Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts, participated in the Winter Printmaking Residency at the Penland School of Craft, and taught in the Community Arts Program at the Munson Williams Proctor Art Institute in Utica, NY. She now lives in the greater Boston area, where she works at MassArt. Visit: HannahVOToole.net

327. Rob Moore

328. Andrea Santos ‘11

Springtime Series II, 1989, Uneditioned Woodcut 22” x 60” $4,000

Islands, VII, 2016 Cellophane, Crayon, and Acrylic 26” x 40” $1,100

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Rob received his BA from the University of the South at Sewanee, TN and the Art Academy of Cincinnati, and his MFA from the Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia. His work has been exhibited at the Rose Art Museum, the ICA Boston, and the Corcoran Museum of Art in Washington, D.C. He received a grant from the NEA and a fellowship from the Artist’s Foundation. His work is in the collections of MoMA, the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Harvard Art Museums, the Philadelphia Art Museum, and deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum. He taught at MassArt for 26 years before he passed away in 1992.

Andrea currently lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. She is an alumna of MassArt, and earned her MFA in printmaking from RISD in 2016. Andrea has recently shown at Able Baker Contemporary in Portland, ME and the Rubel and Norman Schafler Gallery at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, NY.

329. Michael Zachary M’08

330. Francis Gardino ‘88

Swells, 2016, Unique Print Dye Print on Aluminum 30” x 40” x 1” $2,200

Longfellow Run, 2014, 1 of 20 Archival Inkjet Print 13” x 48” x 1” $1,200

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist

Michael received a BA from Bowdoin College and an MFA from MassArt. His work was recently exhibited at Frontierspace, Missoula, MT; The Arts Research Collaborative, Lowell, MA; Second Street Gallery, Charlottesville, VA; Lux Eros Gallery, Los Angles, CA; Fountain, Brooklyn, NY; Burren College of Art, Ireland; Frappant e.V., Hamburg, Germany; the Wheaton College Biennial; and the Portland Museum of Art Biennial and will be shown in May at Proof Gallery. Visit: MichaelJZachary.com

Fran received a BFA in painting from MassArt and attended Harvard Extension School. His work has been exhibited at deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum, Danforth Art, Brighton Heritage Museum, the Italian Consulate in Boston, and Peabody Essex Museum. His work is in numerous collections including the MFA’s Curatorial Library, Charles River Conservancy, Visiting Angels of Newton, and Boston’s Logan Airport. He will have an upcoming exhibition at the Brighton Allston Historical Society. Visit: FranGardino.com

331. On Kyeong Seong

332. Howie Larosee ‘06

Flower Pulse I, 2016 Mixed Media on Canvas 28” x 22” $2,500

Shattered Collection, 2016 Lexan, Oak 12” x 31” x 12” $2,500

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist

On received an MFA degree from SMFA at Tufts University. Her works were recently exhibited by the Newton Free Library, Brookline Arts Center, 222 Cabot Gallery in Beverly, and Cambridge Art Association, among others. Her work will be included in a small group exhibition held at Cambridge Art Association this April. Visit: OnKyeong.com

Howie received his BFA in architecture from MassArt and is currently Director of Facilities at the college.

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333. Cheryl Sorg ‘99

334. Wally Gilbert

Sun and Sky (Intersecting Rainbows), 2016 Metallic, Vinyl, Mylar, and Color-Change Tape on Engineering Vellum 36” x 36” $1,750

Multiply Diptych, 2016, 1 of 5 Digital Print on Aluminum 36” x 24” $1,600 Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist Cheryl received her BFA from MassArt in 1999. Her work has been shown in numerous galleries and museums, including Long Beach Museum of Art, Torrance Art Museum, and The Photographic Resource Center. She is the recipient of a MacDowell fellowship. Her work is held in the collections of Yale University Art Gallery, Texas A&M University, and the Hilton West Palm Beach Hotel. Visit: CherylSorg.com

Wally recently exhibited at Viridian Artists in New York, NY, the Howard Hughes Medical Institute in Janelia Farm, VA, and the AD Gallery in Beverly Hills, CA. He will be featured in an upcoming show at Katherine Schultz Gallery in Cambridge, MA. His work is in the collection of Churchill College in Cambridge, UK. Visit: WallyGilbert.ArtSpan.com

335. Carlos Jiménez Cahua M’12

336. Jenn Houle ‘07

Untitled #32 from the series Ciudad de los Reyes, 2010, 1 of 7 Archival Inkjet Print 35” x 44” $2,000

Warm Nothingness, 2015 Acrylic on Panel 11” x 14” $1,200 Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist and Samsøñ Projects

Jenn received a BFA from MassArt in 2007 and graduated from Cornell University’s MFA program in 2015. Her work was recently exhibited at Site/109, Chazan Gallery, Gallery 263, Montserrat College of Art, and Boston University’s 808 Gallery Space. She has upcoming shows at UMass Amherst and the Nave Gallery. She has been an artist in residence at the Smoky Mountain National Park and Vermont Studio Center and a recipient of grants from Cornell Council for the Arts, Einaudi Foundation, and the John Hartell Graduate Award for Art and Architecture. Visit: JennHoule.com

Carlos received an AB from Princeton University in 2008 and an MFA from MassArt in 2012. His work has been reviewed in The Boston Globe, The New Yorker, The Wall Street Journal, and Artforum, and is in the collections of the Princeton University Art Museum and the Cleveland Clinic as well as in numerous private collections.

337. Caleb Neelon

338. Antonio Cardoso ‘17

Morse Code Alphabet (on blue), 2015 Acrylic on Panel 48” x 36” x 1.5” $5,500

Iemanja que Açái, 2016, Edition Variable 4 Plate Multicolor Etching 17” x 17” $400

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist

Caleb received an AB from Brown University in 1999 and an Ed.M from Harvard Graduate School of Education in 2004. His work was recently exhibited at Jonathan LeVine Gallery and at Somerset House in London. He was the recipient of a Massachusetts Cultural Council Artist Fellowship and has outdoor public artworks in more than three dozen cities globally. Visit: CalebNeelon.com

Antonio is a senior printmaking major with a minor in sculpture who will graduate from MassArt in May. Recent exhibitions of his work include MassArt student curated shows such as Process Is and Mysterious Power as well as work in the 2016 MassArt Haystack Exhibition. Most recently, he won the MassArt FA2D Foundation Auction Award.

339. Paula Herman ‘03

340. Katrine HildebrandtHussey M’07

Woman.Tree, 2016 Mixed Media on Mat Board 11” x 8.5” $250

pinpoint divide, 2016 Burnt Lines in Paper 24” x 48” $2,500

Courtesy of the artist Paula received a degree from MassArt in 2003. In the past year she exhibited her work at Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Vanguard in Cambridge, MA. She has had residencies at Vermont Studio Center with work in collections of the Rose Art Museum, Fuller Art Museum, and Visual Studies Workshop Archive, among others. Visit: PaulaHerman.com

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Courtesy of the artist and Room 68 Katrine received an MFA in sculpture from MassArt. Her work was recently exhibited through Room 68 in Provincetown, MA and Uprise Art in NYC. She is currently working on a new series that will be shown at the URBN headquarters in the spring of 2017. Visit: KatrineHildebrandt.com

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341. Benjamin Nelson ‘16

342. Bret Woodard ‘10

The Jungle, 2016 Ink on Paper 11.5” x 17.5” $450

Taking a dip, 2016, 1 of 1 Archival Inkjet Print 20” x 20” $400

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Ben received a BFA in illustration from MassArt in 2016. Visit: BNelsonart.com

Bret received a degree in sculpture & photography from MassArt in 2010. Bret has shown work around the United States, Germany, and Britain and currently resides in San Francisco, CA. Visit: HeyTomorrow.com

343. Marv Goldschmitt

344. Gregory Jundanian

Living Rodin #3, 2016, Uneditioned Archival Inkjet Print 23.25” x 15.5” $750

Oompa, 2016, 1 of 10 Archival Inkjet Print 17” x 22” $600

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Marv has exhibited his photographs at the Umbrella Community Arts Center in Concord and Cary Memorial Library in Lexington. His work has been published in Downbeat Magazine, The Boston Globe, Japan Jazz, Detroit Live, and Block Magazine. Visit: BedfordFallsGallery.com

Gregory is a portrait artist focused on self-selected communities, or chosen family. His current project, The Spoken Word, is a collection of environmental portraits created in collaboration with local area poets and poetry slammers. He is also at work on two other projects: The Dedham Project and Hair and Why Not? He recently completed a solo show at the South End Boston Public Library and is currently featured in a number of group shows both nationally and internationally. Visit: JundanianPhotography.com

345. Jennifer Smith ‘17

346. Emily Vallee M’17

Ferry departing Barra, 2016, 2016, 1 of 6 Archival Inkjet Print 16” x 24” $450

First Ice, 2016, 1 of 20 Archival Pigment Print 22” x 27” $750

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Jennifer grew up in NJ and will receive her BFA in photography from MassArt in the spring of 2017. Jennifer spent part of her junior year studying in Edinburgh, Scotland and her work has recently been displayed at City Hall and the Massachusetts Eye and Ear building on Huntington Avenue. She has interned for photographer Abelardo Morell, Robert Klein Gallery, and Singer Editions.

Emily earned her BFA in studio art/English literature from University of Vermont and is currently a candidate for her MFA in photography at MassArt. Her recent exhibitions include Metamorphosis at Till ArtWave Gallery in Watertown MA; Alumni Exhibition at Davis Center Gallery in Burlington VT; Muybridge's Horse in Portland OR; and Phases Magazine, an online publication in France. Visit: EmilyVallee.com

347. Guy Michel Telemaque M’98

348. Lucy Lyons

Calle San Ignacio, Havana, Cuba, 2016, Uneditioned Archival Inkjet Print 16” x 32” $800

Dreaming, 2016, 1 of 1 Acrylic Print on Hahnemühle Paper 18” x 12” $550

Courtesy of the artist Guy received an MFA in photography from MassArt and a BA from Flagler College. His work was recently exhibited at the Atrium Gallery at Lesley University in Cambridge, MA and at MassArt. He has been a recipient of the Residenza del Palmerino Artist Residency, Cambridge Arts Council Artist Grant, Robert Rauschenberg Foundation Power of Art Fellowship, MassArt Distinguished Educators of the Year, and the Surdna Artist Teacher Fellowship. His work is in the collections of the Southeast Museum of Photography.

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Courtesy of the artist and MRG Fine Art Lucy is currently a sophomore in the multidisciplinary Global Liberal Studies degree program at New York University. After studying under the tutelage of Cuban photographer Adrián Fernandez in Havana in the summer of 2016, Lucy had her debut solo exhibition at MRG Fine Art in Los Angeles. Visit: LucySargentLyons.com


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349. Justin Wheatley

350. Valerie Hammond

Something About X, 2015 Mixed Media on Panel 18” x 24” x 1.5” $1,200

Flutter II, 2016, 4 of 8 Intaglio on Gampi with Collage 28.75” x 22.5” $3,500

Courtesy of the artist and Terzian Gallery, Park City, Utah

Courtesy of LeRoy Neiman Center for Print Studies at Columbia University

Justin received his BFA from Utah State University in 2006. His work was recently exhibited at Salt Lake Community College in Salt Lake City, the Eccles Art Center in Ogden, UT, and LDS Church History Museum in Salt Lake City. He has been a recipient of the Artist to Watch award from Southwest Art Magazine. His work is held in the collections of Marriot International, Royal Caribbean, Utah Arts and Museums, University of Utah, Brigham Young University, Salt Lake County, and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Visit: JustinWheatley.com

Valerie received her MFA from UC Berkeley, where she was awarded the Eisner Award. Her work can be found in both private and public collections including the Walker Art Center, the Library of Congress, The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, The Progressive Art Collection, the Fidelity Collection, the New York Public Library’s print and drawing collection, The Chazen Museum, The Madison Museum of Contemporary Art, The Grand Palais Museum in Paris, and the Getty Museum. Valerie is a recipient of numerous awards and fellowships, including The Peter S. Reed Foundation grant and the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council grant. She has exhibited in solo and group exhibitions both nationally and abroad.

351. Conchita

352. Robert Ferrandini ‘72

Menorca, 2016 Watercolor Paper 16.5” x 19.5” $500

12.18.09, 2009 Gouache and Watercolor on Paper 18” x 24” $3,600

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Conchita is a student at Newton Art Center and is currently exhibiting at NewTV in Newton. Painting with watercolors gives her the opportunity to explore nature.

Robert is one of the most admired painters working in New England. For over twenty-five years he has been celebrated for his haunted and glorious landscapes, which incorporate imagery culled from art history, film, literature, and popular culture. His work is included in the collections of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, the Harvard University Art Museums, the deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum, and the National Air and Space Museum of the Smithsonian Institute, among others.

353. Maura Conron

354. C. Clinton ‘93

Rouen, 2016, 1 of 6 Archival Inkjet Print 17.5” x 11.5” $500

Summer Shadows 2, 2015 Acrylic on Paper 30” x 22” x 1” $1,200

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Courtesy of the artist and Fountain Street Fine Art

Maura received a BA from Brown University and an MAT from RISD. Her work is held in the collections of various private owners in the United States and Europe. Visit: MauraConron.com

Cheryl received a BFA from Mass Art in 1993, and an MFA from UMass in 1998. Her work is included in the corporate collections of Meditech in Framingham, MA; New England Bio Labs in Frankfurt, Germany; and numerous private collections. Reflections and atmosphere are the focus of her current paintings. She maintains a studio at Fountain Street in Framingham, MA. Visit: CClinton.com

355. Suara Welitoff

356. Paul Shakespear

Five Years Later, 2013, 2 of 10 Digital Video dimensions variable $3,600

Post, 2015 Acrylic on Canvas 23.5” x 48” x 2” $6,500

Courtesy of the artist and Barbara Krakow Gallery

Courtesy of the artist and Miller Yezerski Gallery

Suara has been the recipient of the the 2002 Maud Morgan Prize from the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, a 2009 Louis Comfort Tiffany Award, and the 2012 Rappaport Prize from the deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum. She exhibits at Barbara Krakow Gallery in Boston and Galerie Anita Beckers in Frankfurt.

Paul lives and works in Cambridge, MA. A native of Buenos Aires, Argentina, he was educated at Boston College, the University of Manchester, and the SMFA at Tufts in Boston. His fifteenth solo show at the Miller Yezerski Gallery took place last year.

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357. Nelson Da Costa

358. Niho Kozuru

Father and Son, 2014 Acrylic on Canvas 30” x 30” $6,500

Tropical Heat Quad, 2016 Mono Cast Rubber on Wood Panel, and Sparkles 24” x 24” x 2” $3,500

Courtesy of the artist and Gallery NAGA Nelson’s painting draws on his boyhood in Angola, his training as an artist in Cuba, and his involvement with contemporary art in America. He has developed an approach to composition in which his imagery and symbology are united in one overall flat black-silhouetted form, through the openings of which a second color shines. The work can be read as a series of linked narratives and observations about Da Costa’s life - his childhood, the murder of his family in Angola’s civil war, and his use of art making as a gateway to the future.

Niho received her BFA from Parsons School of Design and an MFA from the University of Hawaii. In 2016, she had a solo show at Miller Yezerski Gallery and exhibited at the Fitchburg Art Museum. She has received numerous awards including the Massachusetts Cultural Council Artist Fellowship. Niho’s work is held in a number of corporate and museum collections. Visit: NihoKozuru.com

359. Lisa Houck

360. Trisha To ‘17

Watching and Waiting, 2015, 6 of 10 Linoleum Block Print 36” x 24” $1,900

Path to Leave, 2016 Mixed Media: Aerosol Paint, Acrylic Paint 36” x 12” $450

Courtesy of the artist and Beth Urdang Gallery

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Lisa Houck received her BFA in printmaking from RISD, her MFA in painting from the SMFA at Tufts in Boston, and a fellowship in visual arts from the Massachusetts Cultural Council. Her work is in the collections of the Fogg Art Museum, Boston Athenaeum, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Boston Children’s Hospital, Boston Public Library, and Fidelity. Her work has been exhibited at Bentley University, Boston Children’s Museum, Somerville Museum, and at the Fuller Craft Museum. Visit: LisaHouck.com

Trisha is a senior studying art education, and will graduate in fall 2017. She has been conducting art programs for the past four years, working with a variety of age groups. Her paintings have been displayed in The Blue Show, a recent exhibition at MassArt. She received the Donis A. Dondis Scholarship in 2017.

361. Julia Dudley-Kramer ‘17

362. Catarina Coelho M’13

Summer House, 2016, Watercolor 9” x 12” $300

Untitled, 2016, 1 of 10 Digital Drawing, Archival Pigment Print 16” x 22” $1,100

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Courtesy of the artist and Pitch Black Editions

Julia is a senior in illustration at MassArt. She has shown work in the Arnheim, President’s, North Crackatorium, and Student Life Galleries at MassArt, Mass Eye and Ear, and the Scollay Square Gallery at City Hall. She is excited to share her senior thesis work in the Spring of 2017 and to graduate shortly thereafter. Visit: Behance.net/JuliaDudleyKramer

Catarina received her MFA in painting and printmaking from MassArt and her MA in philosophy of art from the University of Lisbon. She was the recipient of an Erasmus Scholarship, Young Artists Prize, and Young Writers Prize from the Portuguese Club of Arts and Ideas in Lisbon, Portugal. She has been awarded the ART Fund from the Berkshire Taconic Foundation. Her work has been shown in Portugal, Spain, and the United States. She has exhibited at the 808 Gallery, OGO Gallery, the Newton Free Library, the Douro Print Biennial, and Global Print in Portugal. Visit: CatarinalCoelho.com

363. Janet Loren Hill M’17

364. Joseph Ritchie ‘17

I Think I Married the Back of Your Head, at Least it Doesn’t Yell Much: Drawing 1, 2016 Pastel on paper 9” x 9” $300

Thick Smoke, 2015, 2 of 25 Archival Inkjet Print 16” x 20” $600

Courtesy of the artist Janet will be graduating from MassArt’s 2D Fine Art MFA program this May. She was recently curated into Julie Spoke Softly Under Her Long, Skinny Nose at Field Projects Gallery in New York. Her work was selected for New American Paintings’ upcoming MFA annual edition of their prestigious magazine. Visit: JanetLorenHill.com

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Courtesy of the artist Joseph was born in MA and is a visual artist living and working in Boston. He is a BFA candidate in photography at MassArt. His work has been shown at the Photographic Resource Center and Bromfield Gallery.


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365. Linda Mieko Allen

366. Zachary Chomyszak ‘15

Figmenta XX, 2014 Mixed Media 19” x 24” $5,000

Rig, 2015 Graphite on Paper 20” x 28” $2,000

Courtesy of Nancy Hoffman Gallery

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Linda was born in Osaka, Japan. She received her BFA from UMass and attended RISD. She has received painting residencies from Bogliasco Foundation in Italy; Demis Center for Contemporary Arts in Omaha, NE; Djerassi Resident Artists Grant in Woodside, CA; MacDowell Colony in Peterborough, NH; Roswell Foundation in NM; The Ucross Foundation in Clearmont, WY; and Weir Farm Trust in Wilton, CT. She has also received a Pollock-Krasner Award and her work can be found in the public collections of the Anderson Art Museum in Roswell, NM; the Crocker Art Museum in Sacramento, CA; and the David and Lucile Packard Foundation Collection in Los Altos, CA.

Zachary received a BFA from MassArt in 2015. He is currently a member of the Graduate Program at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts (PAFA), scheduled to graduate in 2017. His work has recently been shown in Gallery 128 - PAFA. In 2016 he was Artist-in-Residence at the Dumfries House (Scotland), in partnership with the Royal College of Art. He is a recent recipient of the Fine Arts Venture Fund in 2016. Visit: ZChomyszak.com

367. Michael Cardinali M’09

368. Deb Putnam ‘78

Boston, MA, 2015, 1 of 9 Archival Inkjet Print 24” x 29” x 1” $1,500

Rainy Day, 2016 Oil on Panel 24” x 30” $1,950

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Michael received a BFA from SUNY Purchase in 2001 and an MFA from MassArt in 2009. He has been exhibited across the United States and in Europe. His work was recently on view at the Midwest Center for Photography in Witchita, KS and the George Marshall Store Gallery in York, ME. Visit: CardinaliPhoto.com

Deb received a BFA in painting from Mass Art. Her work was most recently exhibited at the Akillian Gallery and Boston City Hall and will be at the Onyx Hotel in 2017. Visit: DPutnamArt.com

369. Christopher Chippendale ‘89

370. Kate Drewniak ‘09

View of Boston from Broad Canal, 2011 Oil on Canvas 24” x 24” x 2” $4,200

Expired, 2016 Paper and Thread 24” x 19” $950

Courtesy of the artist and Soprafina Gallery

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Christopher received a BA in French from Marlboro College in 1981, a BFA in painting from MassArt in 1989, and an MFA in painting from Boston University in 1991. He exhibits regularly at Soprafina Gallery in Boston. He is the recipient of an Arthur D. and Louise Main Postgraduate Fellowship, a Saint Botolph Club Foundation Grant, a Blanche E. Colman Award, and a Cambridge Arts Council Grant. Visit: ChristopherChippendale.com

Kate earned her BFA in painting from MassArt in 2010. Her work was recently exhibited at Uforge Gallery and the Mosesian Center for the Arts. She is a Tappan Collective artist and has an upcoming exhibition at Anthropologie in Harvard Square. Visit: KateDrewniak.com

371. Christopher Sullivan ‘90

372. Elliot Schildkrout

Dorothy, 2015-16 Oil on Canvas 12” x 16” $800

River Light 3, 2016, 3 of 10 Archival Inkjet Print 16” x 24” $1,200

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Courtesy of the artist and 555 Gallery

A MassArt graduate, Christopher received his MFA at San Francisco Art Institute. He recently had a one man show at the ECA+ Gallery in Easthampton, with group shows at the Attleboro Arts Museum, Erector Square Gallery in New Haven, 931 Gallery in San Francisco, and the South Shore Arts Center. His work is in collections on both the west and east coasts.

Elliot has been exploring photography since 1964. While practicing medicine, he was chosen to be a part of the Polaroid Collection. He has exhibited at the Griffin Museum of Photography and is represented by 555 Gallery in Boston. His recent work has flowed from his turn towards meditation and the quiet of rivers. Visit: ElliotSchildkroutPhotography.com

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373. Robert Kushner

374. Maggie Jensen ‘13

O Aloe, Costume Party, 2014 Monoprint with Chine Collé, Sugar Lift Aquatint, and Hand-Painting by the Artist 30” x 22” $3,300

Grace Archives, 2016 Archival Inkjet Print 30” x 20” $650

Courtesy of Wingate Studio Robert’s work has been exhibited extensively in the United States, Europe, and Japan and has been included three times in the Whitney Biennial and twice at the Venice Biennale. He was the subject of solo exhibitions at both the Whitney Museum of American Art and the Brooklyn Museum. A mid-career retrospective of his work was organized by the Philadelphia Institute of Contemporary Art. Robert’s works are included in many prominent public collections including The Museum of Modern Art, NY; The Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY; The National Gallery of Art, DC; The Corcoran Gallery of Art, DC; Tate Gallery, London; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; Galleria degli Ufizzi, Florence; J. Paul Getty Trust, Los Angeles; and Museum Ludwig, St. Petersburg.

375. Yoav Horesh ‘03

376. Abelardo Morell

Live Christmas Mass. Federation Square. Melbourne, Australia 2010, 2010, 2 of 9 Archival Inkjet Print 36” x 44” x 2” $2,500

Man and Woman, Gardner Museum 1998, 1998, 1 of 30 Silver Gelatin Print 20” x 24” $8,000

Courtesy of the artist and Gallery Kayafas

Courtesy of Anonymous Donor

Yoav received his BFA from MassArt in 2003 and his MFA from Columbia University in 2005. His work was recently exhibited at Erarta Museum of Contemporary Art in Saint Petersburg and will be shown at Gallery Kayafas later this year. He is a recipient of the Mortimer Frank Grant among other prizes and awards. His work is held in museums and private collections including Addison Gallery of American Art. Visit: YoavHoresh.com

Abelardo was born in Havana, Cuba in 1948 and immigrated to the United States with his parents in 1962. He received his BA from Bowdoin College and his MFA from Yale University. His work has been collected and shown in many galleries, institutions, and museums, including MoMA, the Whitney, the Metropolitan Art Museum in New York, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, the Chicago Art Institute, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Houston Museum of Art, and over seventy other museums in the United States and abroad. Visit: AbelardoMorell.net

377. Monique Johannet

378. Stephen Kelly ‘14

Mind Reader, 2011 Oil on Canvas 24” x 24” $4,000

Heart, 2016 Mixed Media on Panel 32” x 16” $1,000

Courtesy of the artist and Carroll and Sons, Boston Monique attended Brandeis University and Queens College and currently lives and works in Watertown, MA. Her paintings pay obvious homage to Roy Lichtenstein’s “Blonde” paintings of the 1960s and 70s but she reworks the text to expand the interpretation of the original with a more female-friendly approach. She has chosen not to replicate the benday dots of the Lichtenstein paintings that were inspired by clippings from newspapers and comics. Her focus on paint application reminds us that, although often seen reproduced in print, Lichtenstein was foremost a painter; she encourages us to see his paintings again with attentive eyes.

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Courtesy of the artist Maggie received a BFA in art history at MassArt in 2013. Her work was recently exhibited at Gallery Kayafas in Boston. Other exhibition and performance sites have included The Mills Gallery at Boston Center for the Arts, Mobius, Barbara Krakow Gallery, and Montserrat College of Art and Design. She was the recipient of the Professor Gretchen Lipchitz Award for Excellence in Art History and the Studio Foundation Award at MassArt. Her work is held in the collections of Arlette & Gus Kayafas and Judi Freeman & Tony Rudié. Visit: MaggieJensen.com

Courtesy of the artist Stephen received a BFA in SIM from MassArt in 2014. He is an active member of Theives Grotto Collective working in the Boston Area.

379. Alvin Ouellet ‘85 M’87

380. Jessica Tawczynski M’17

Home: Above The Stairs, 2012 Oil on Plexiglass 36” x 36” x 2” $3,200

Prehistoric Palimpsest, 2016 Oil Paint and Etching Ink on Wood Panel 12” x 12” x 1.5” $900

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Alvin received his BFA and MFA from MassArt. His work has been shown at Danforth Art, the Art Complex of Duxbury, and the Fuller Craft Museum. He has received grants from the Arts Commissions of Brockton, Waltham and Worcester. His work is featured in the books 100 Boston Artists and Galvanized Truth: A Tribute to George Nick. Visit: AlvinOuellet.com

Jessica received her BFA UMass Lowell in 2014 and is currently an MFA candidate at MassArt. Her work was recently exhibited at the University Gallery at UMass Lowell, 119 Gallery in Lowell, MA, and the Dugan Gallery. She has been the recipient of a Beker Scholarship at MassArt as well as the Award of Excellence at UMass Lowell presented by the Vice Provost. Visit: Jessica-Tawczynksi.SquareSpace.com

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381. Morgan Chickering ‘60

382. Adrienne Shishko

Landscape with Building and Walking Figures II, 2016 Oil on Canvas 29” x 43” $2,600

Preservation Hall, 2016 Acrylic, Paper, Ink, Plastic, and Textiles 36” x 36” x 15” $1,900 Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist Morgan received his BFA from MassArt in 1960 and studied at Boston University’s graduate painting program. He received the Blanche E. Colman Award in 1974 and the Francis N. Roddy Open Competition Award in 2013. His paintings are in the collections of GTI, New Frontier Advisor, and Audax Management Company, all located in Boston. He had a solo exhibition at Gallery 93 in Brookline in 2016.

Adrienne received a BA from the University of Pennsylvania and a JD from Harvard University. She has studied art for most of her life, most recently at the SMFA at Tufts, The New Art Center, Truro Center for the Arts, Montserrat College of Art, and The Mosesian Center for the Arts. She has exhibited with bkprojects, The Gallery at Officio, HC Studio, The Mosesian Center for the Arts, and many others. Her work is included in numerous corporate and private collections.

383. Susan Metrican M’12

384. Susan Gheyssari

Untitled (woven shoes), 2014 Canvas, Acrylic, Wood, and Grommets 32” x 33.5” $2,800

Ballerina Red Toe Shoe, 2016 Oil on Wood Panel 24” x 12” $1,900

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Courtesy of the artist and Soprafina Gallery

Susan received her BFA from the Kansas City Art Institute, an MFA from MassArt, and attended Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in 2014. Group and solo exhibtions include: GRIN Contemporary in Providence, Proof Gallery in Boston, Field Projects and Knockdown Center in NY, and Gallery Protocol in FL. Susan is also one of four founding members of kijidome, an experimental project space and collaborative.

Susan completed a three-year program in contemporary art at France’s École nationale supérieure des Beaux-Arts in 1987 and studied realism at Tehran’s Petgar Painting Academy in 1987. She is an oil painter who has always had great respect for the old masters of tradition, and that admiration of traditional paintings extends to the realism in her work today. Often inspired by the elegance of ballet, she tries to translate the dancers’ dignity and elegance onto her canvas in order to bring to light their feelings, dreams, and souls.

385. Cristina Dias ‘04

386. Laurie Savage ‘98

All That Glitters Brooch #2, 2011 Silicone Rubber, Pigment, and Metal Pin Back 1.6” x 1.1” x 1.1” $200

Bracelets, for Every Season, 2016 Hockey Pucks 3” x 3” x 1” each $800

Courtesy of the artist and Mobilia Gallery

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Cristina received a BFA in metals from MassArt in 2004. Her work has been exhibited across the United States, Europe, and Japan, and is regularly shown at Mobilia Gallery in Cambridge, MA. She was an artist-in-residence at the Museum of Arts and Design in 2016. Her work is held in the collections of the Museum of Arts and Design in NY and in the teaching collection of the Museum of Contemporary Craft in Portland, OR. Visit: CristinaDias.com

Laurie received a BFA in metals from MassArt and is a recent recipient of a Massachusetts Cultural Council grant. She currently teaches jewelry making at Cambridge Center for Adult Education, Dearborn Academy, and Motherbrook Arts Community. Her work is included in numerous corporate and private collections internationally and is available by commission only.

387. JODI SLATER

388. BARBARA JELLEME

Classic Stack Accessory for Apple Watch and Apple Watch, 2016 Sterling Silver and 14K Gold Plated Sterling Silver 9.375” long $495

Bracelet, 2016 Hand Woven Leather Cuff with Pearls 7” x 1.75” $750

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Barbara studied textile and apparel marketing at the Fashion Institute of Technology, and retail buying and merchandise at the American College of Applied Arts in London. As a young design student in NY, Barbara worked as a macramé artist for legendary clothing designer Mary McFadden. Her work appeared in Vogue when she was just 20 years old. She has had a lifelong affair with design and her talent for macramé can easily be seen as she weaves leathers and natural materials into objects of beauty. Visit: SuleyJewelry.com

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Jodi received an MS in Interaction Design from Carnegie Mellon University. Her Electronic Palette software was featured at the Guggenheim Museum in NYC as part of a Josef Albers retrospective in 1988. She founded Bytten, Inc. in 2014 to add style and personalization to wearable tech. The Classic Stack™ for Apple Watch includes six sterling silver and 14K gold plated rings designed to add style and a personal touch to Apple Watch bands and transform them into an ultra-chic bracelet. The Classic Stack™ was a recipient of a 2016 Fitness Award from Women’s Health magazine. NOTE: this piece comes with an Apple Watch Series 2: silver aluminum face with white sport band.

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Lots 389 - 396

389. Victoria Bass Strevens ‘90

390. Sophie Hughes ‘08

Eero Ring, 2012, size 6 Sterling Silver 1.125” x 1.25” x 0.6” $200

Kilim Drops, 2016 Recycled 18K Gold and Oxidized Sterling Silver 2.25” x 0.75” $575

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Courtesy of the artist

Victoria received a BFA from MassArt. Her work has been sold at the Whitney Museum of American Art gift shop, along with various boutiques across New York City. Pieces have been worn by Mayim Bialik, Dana Fuchs, Ann Margret, and countless unknowns. Visit: VictoriaStrevens.com

Sophie received a BFA from MassArt in 2008. Each piece of environmentally and socially responsible jewelry is hand-made in her Boston studio, lofted above her shop Ore. Sophie has been awarded a Best of Boston Award three years in a row by Boston Magazine for her work. Visit: SophieHughes.com

391. Mia Maljojoki ‘02

392. Ian Henderson ‘03

Diana Bracelet from the Heroine Collection, 2016 Sterling Silver, Gold-Plated Silver 0.6” x 2.75” x 3.15” $350

White Frond, 2016 Hand-Cut Rubber Tubing over Tempered Steel 10” x 2” x 0.25” $250

Courtesy of the artist Born in Finland, Mia received her BFA from MassArt in 2002 and her MFA from the Akademie der Bildenden Künste München in Munich, Germany in 2010. She has worked as a jewelry designer for Marimekko as well as an independent curator throughout Europe, and currently maintains her own jewlery studio in addition to lecturing and teaching workshops on contemporary jewelry practices. She has received numerous awards and her work has been exhibited internationally including at Gallery Virgilio in San Paolo, Brazil, O-Jewel Gallery in Tokyo, Japan, and at Gallery Velvet da Vinci in San Francisco, CA. Visit: MaljojokiStudio.com

Courtesy of the artist Ian received his BFA in metals from MassArt, where he received a Donis A. Dondis Travel Fellowship. He is the recipient of the Crosbie Sculpture Award, a Halstead Bridge Jewelry Grant, and a SBA Business Grant. His work was recently exhibited in The Power and the Beauty at Alchemy 925 Gallery in Belmont, 67 Facets at MassArt Student Life Gallery in Boston, and will be shown at The Bracelet Show at Kathleen Sommers in San Antonio, TX. His work has been included in the World Maker Faire, Westford Regional Art Event, Beacon Hill Art Walk, the 57th Edizione Premio Pittura, the Monterosso Biennale, University of Maine, CraftBoston, and the Columbus Museum in GA. White Frond conforms to the body and can be worn as a bracelet, necklace, or hair ornament. Visit: ZoaChimerum.com

394. Monique Rancourt ‘08 393. Christian Restrepo ‘15 Schrol, 2015, 1 of 1 Black Tourmaline, Seed Beads, Bamboo Coral, Waxed Hemp, and Steel Wire 11” x 9” x 2” $300 Courtesy of the artist Delving into the concept of fashion as a functional object, Christian is a Boston-based artist who creates pieces in a slow cooked manner with a focus on hand work and details to manifest a sense of fascination. He received his BFA from MassArt in 2015. Visit: CHRestrepo.com

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Forged Feathers Necklace, 2016 Sterling Silver 31” long $850 Courtesy of the artist Monique received a BFA with a concentration in metalsmithing and jewelry from MassArt. She employs many techniques such as forming, forging, etching, and reticulation, all while combining classic and contemporary materials. She currently works at Lincoln Studios and teaches metalsmithing at Metalwerx, both in Waltham, MA. Visit: MoniqueRancourt.com

395. Orietta Awad-Geha

396. Dan Lynch ‘16

Petals, 2016 Enamel on Copper and 22k Bimetal 0.25” x 16” x 1” $1,300

Tube Necklace I, 2016 Sterling Silver 2” x 20” x 0.5” $1,000

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist

Orietta was born in Bolivia. Her work has been featured in exhibitions at the Society of North American Goldsmiths, MassArt, and the deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum. She has studied and worked with metals since 1985 and was exposed to the art of enameling in 2008. Over the years she has studied and attended workshops at the deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum school and in Ireland, among others. Her enamel work was included in a traveling exhibition in 2015 and 2016.

Dan received his BFA at MassArt in 2016. He now works out of Chicago, IL. Visit: DPLynch.com

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2017

artist listing Artist

lot #

Artist

lot #

Artist

lot #

Artist

lot #

Allen, Linda Mieko

365

Gearty, Thomas (M’99)

111

Luft, Julia (‘17)

250

Russell Jones, Kate (S)

268

Angell, Brett

248

Gerasev, Alex (F)

253

Luteran, Julia (M’18)

241

Russo, Tiffanie (‘17)

207

Antoniadis, Alexi

325

Gheyssari, Susan

384

Luteran, Patrick (‘11/S)

243

Ryterband, Ben (F)

190

Arsenault, Paul (‘00)

131

Gibbs, Charlotte (‘85)

147

Lynch, Dan (‘16)

396

Santos, Andrea (‘11)

328

Arthurs, Ryan (M’12)

181

Giberson, Leah (‘97)

29

Lyons, Lucy

348

Savage, Laurie (‘98)

386

Arvidson, Peter

223

Gibson, James (‘91)

231

Macaulay, Alysia

145

Schildkrout, Elliot

372

Aubin, Erica (‘10)

274

Gilbert, Wally

334

Majkut, Katrina

226

Scibelli, Stacy A. (‘04)

240

August, June

102

Glovinski, Carly

115

Maljojoki, Mia (‘02)

391

Segat, Susana (S)

135

Awad-Geha, Orietta

395

Goldschmitt, Marv

343

Maloney, Robert (‘96 ‘M15/F)

178

Sellios, Tara

186

Ayott, Diane (‘97)

265

Gonzalez, Raúl

154

Maroon, Michelle (‘11)

211

Seong, On Kyeong

331

Baclawski, Clint (M’08/S)

32

Grabner, Michelle

5

Marrero, Norberto

247

Shakespear, Paul

356

Baetz, Jasmine (‘17)

291

Graf, Lisa Jeanne (‘88)

127

Martini, Julie (M’03)

28

Shapiro, David

199

Bankemper, Joan

8

Graff, Leslie M.W.

180

Mason, James (‘81/F)

302

Shaposhnikova, Dina (‘10)

128

Barceloni, Gustavo Tavares (‘17)

284

Graham, Clark McLean (M’08)

324

Matar, Rania (F)

6

Shin, Soi (‘09)

137

Batchelder, Molly

267

Greville, Nick

146

Mavilia, Caitlin (‘17)

260

Shishko, Adrienne

382

Bates, Samantha (M’17)

206

Guthrie, John (‘92)

17

Maxwell, Jane

22

Simpson, Lorna

26

Bearden, Romare

7

Haines, Andrew

276

Mazur, Michael

19

Sinclair, Suzannah (‘02)

105

Berde, Evelyn (‘72)

263

Hamilton, Elisa H. (‘07)

232

McCarthy, Nancy (‘99/F/S)

184

Skoglund, Sandy

237

Berg, Katrina Madsen

255

Hammond, Valerie

350

McClimon-Miller, Dyan (F)

121

Slater, Jodi

387

Bermingham, Dave J. (‘06)

294

Han, YoAhn (M’14/F/S)

191

McGill, Fish (‘04 ‘M14/F)

225

Slosburg-Ackerman, Jill (F)

110

Biggers, Sanford

163

Hansen, Jessie (‘17)

313

McGuire, Brittany (M’16)

279

Smith, Jennifer (‘17)

345

Blood, Melanie (‘10)

289

Hardy Brown, Susan (‘74)

205

McHale, Angela (‘17)

287

Smith, Mimi (‘63)

233

Bochner, Mel

303

Hargadon, Geoff

245

McLaughlin, Diane Sawler (‘66)

272

Snow, Archie (‘17)

288

Bosworth, Barbara (F)

21

Harlow, Lynne

318

McPhee, Laura (F)

30

Sohier, Sage

158

Braunig, Sasha

196

Harney, Anne F (‘11)

222

Metrican, Susan (M’12/F)

383

Sorg, Cheryl (‘99)

333

Briggs, Paul (M’16)

292

Harris, Conley

271

Mishol, Stephen (‘84 M’97)

164

Spazuk, Steven

209

Brown, Hanna (‘15)

174

Harrison, David

217

Moen, Maya (‘17)

134

Stearns, Andrew (‘13/S)

118

Buckholtz, Elaine (F)

173

Harrison, Holly

170

Mohammadi, Kayla

262

Steck Jr., John (‘10)

161

Burke, Thomas

15

Harwood, Kelley (‘09)

168

Moore, Rob

327

Stevens, May (‘46)

140

Buss, Dillon (‘12)

114

Hayes, Nancy

258

Morell, Abelardo (FE)

14, 376

Stevovich, Andrew (M’80)

306

Callahan, Anne (‘86)

109

Hechtman, Julia

301

Mueller-Dick, Sandra

148

Stewart-Pettengill, Deborra

136

Cardinali, Michael (M’09)

367

Heins, Greg

280

Muldowney, Greer

175

Stigliano, C.A. (F)

155

Cardoso, Antonio (‘17)

338

Henderson, Ian (‘03)

392

Munson, Jennifer (‘85)

266

Strevens, Victoria Bass (‘90)

389

Cave, Nick

101

Herman, Paula (‘03)

339

Murakami, Takashi

236

Subotnick, Steven (F)

212

Charland, Caleb (‘04)

214

Hershey, Nona (F)

10

Murphy, Matt (‘03)

227

Sullivan, Christopher (‘90/F)

371

Chickering, Morgan (‘60)

381

Hildebrandt-Hussey, Katrine (M’07)

340

Naylor, Zachary

257

Sultan, Donald

4

Chippendale, Christopher (‘89/F)

369

Hill, Janet Loren (M’17)

363

Neelon, Caleb

337

Swanson, Anna (‘14)

311

Chomyszak, Zachary (‘15)

366

Hilliard, David (‘92)

24

Negulescu, Maria (‘08)

252

Swarts, Matthew (M’97)

304

Chubbuck, Stephanie (‘94)

31

Hoar de Galvan, Damien

192, 193, 194

Nelson, Benjamin (‘16)

341

Tang, Johnny

309

Ciccariello, William

169

Holland, Jacqueline

220

Neusser, Wilhelm

215

Tawczynski , Jessica (M’17)

380

Clark, Emilie

201

Hollander, Tanja

183

Nevelson, Louise

13

Taylor, Alison Elizabeth

27

Clinton, C. (‘93)

354

Horesh, Yoav (‘03)

375

Nick, George (FE)

9

Telemaque, Guy Michel (M’98)

347

Coelho, Catarina (M’13/F)

362

Houck, Lisa (F)

359

Nimmer, Dean (FE)

123

Texeira, Kristin (‘10)

107

Colella, Nancy

242

Houle, Jenn (‘07)

336

O’Connor, Maureen (‘81)

259

Thompson, Bill

18

Conchita 351

Hughes, Sophie (‘08)

390

O’Neil, Karen (‘83)

230

Thornton, Remi

278

Connors, Matthew (F)

176

Ives-Flores, Olivia

249

O’Toole, Hannah (S)

326

To, Trisha (‘17)

360

Conron, Maura

353

Jackson, Thomas

322

Ollier, Ted (M’09)

228

Tobing, Ariel (‘16)

254

Cooper, Mark

321

Jager, Mia (‘17)

229

Opie, Julian

157

Treworgy, Mary Alice (‘58)

218

Coppola, Robert (F)

269

Janowitz, Joel

197

Ouellet, Alvin (‘85 M’87/F/S)

379

Ugone, Janna (‘79)

286

Corby, Candice Smith (M’01/F)

204

Jelleme, Barbara

388

Owens, Claire (‘17)

224

Umerlik, Rose

219

Cotton, Will

2

Jenkins, Lavaughan (‘05)

116

Page Russell, Ariana

138

Unwin, Brian (‘99)

189

Creamer, George (FE)

103

Jensen, Maggie (‘13/S)

374

Paradis, James (‘05)

150

Vallee, Emily (M’17)

346

Crowley, John (‘95)

149

Jiménez Cahua, Carlos (M’12)

335

Park, Amy

125

Van Vorst, Morgen (M’16)

139

Da Costa, Nelson

357

Johannet, Monique

377

Park, Loretta (M’16/F/S)

129

Vanderwarker, Peter

239

Dean, Danielle (M’17)

317

Judd, Alison (M’07)

307

Patel, Nicole

308

Villinski, Paul

34

Dias, Cristina (‘04)

385

Jundanian, Gregory

344

Pausch, Anna C. (‘15)

275

Vlahos, Dan (M’17)

316

Dion, Mark

3

323

Payusova, Yana

283

Waimon, Adam (‘06)

296

Doo, Lei-Sanne

221

Jung, Phil (M’09) with Erik Schubert (M’07)

Perez, Louis Guro (‘17)

142

Walker, John

151

Doughty, Rebecca

112, 113

Kamiya, Masako (M’99)

25

Perry-Wood, Zoe (‘81)

315

Walker, Kara

35

Drewniak, Kate (‘09)

370

Kang, Joo Lee

188

Perry, Rachel

12

Webster, Joseph (‘15)

295

Dudley-Kramer, Julia (‘17)

361

Kawada, Janet (‘92/F)

285

Philbin-Chin, Tanya (‘98)

290

Welitoff, Suara

355

Dugan, Jess T. (‘07)

141

Kelley III, TJ (‘13)

108

Piantedosi, Jordan (‘15)

261

Wheatley, Justin

349

Estevez, Carlos

144

Kelly, Stephen (‘14/S)

378

Porter, Liliana

256

Whitlock, Christopher (‘03)

133

Fairey, Shepard

1

Kennelly, Ian (‘94)

172, 235

Powers, Betsy

156

Whitman, Kevin (‘15)

167

Falco, Pat (‘10)

162

Kentridge, William

20

Pratt, Vivian (M’03)

305

Wilson, Paula

251

Farbrook, Joseph

160

Khandelwal, illesha (‘17)

319

Prifti, David (‘83)

210

Winkler, Nicholas

298

Faust, Chris (‘89)

182

Kizik, Roger (‘72)

171

Putka, Doron

166

Witkowski, Luanne E (‘86/S)

152

Faust, David (‘89)

213

Klavens, Stefanie

177

Putnam, Deb (‘78)

368

Woodard, Bret (‘10)

342

Feingold, Tina

122

Klotz, Deborah (‘88 M’93/F)

314

Rabe, Edward

126

Wu, Yu-Wen

202

Ferrandini, Robert (‘72)

352

Koppel, Jon (‘08 M’18)

293

Rancourt, Monique (‘08)

394

Wyeth, Jamie

208

Fields, Samantha (‘96/F)

198

Kotler, Keira

104

Reed, Shelley

270

Wynne, Rob

23

297

Kozuru, Niho

358

Refsland, Brent

119

Yates, Josh M.G. (‘12)

185

203

Kruger, Barbara

234

Reimer, Arne (M’05)

159

Zachary, Michael (M’08)

329

281

Krystosek, Jolynn

153

Restrepo, Christian (‘15/S)

393

Zegler, Arthur

238

132

Kushner, Robert

373

Rhodes, Emma E. (‘14)

120

Zink, Brian

179

124

LaRosee, Howie (‘06/S)

332

Rich, Ellen (M’79)

244

Floyd, J. Shannon (‘15)

282

Laskowski, Cathy M. (‘13)

277

Richel, Justin

130

Forté, Marjorie

320

Legge, Rick

310

Riley, Erin M. (‘07)

11

(‘YR): MassArt Student or Alumnus/a

Fox, Rick (M’94)

106

Leung, Sue-Yee (‘05)

216

Rinklin, Cristi

195

(M): MassArt Masters Degree

Friedman, Stacy (‘15)

143

Lewis, Peter Wayne (F)

33

Ritchie, Joseph (‘17)

364

(F):

MassArt Faculty

Gage, Ian (‘13/S)

165

Liang, Fred H.C. (F)

16, 187

Roberts, Cameron Byron

273

(S):

MassArt Staff

Gardino, Francis (‘88)

330

Lilly, Anne

312

Roman, Irena (‘77/F)

264

(FE): MassArt Faculty Emeritus/a

Loutrel, Lara (‘00)

117

Rondinone, Andrew (‘16)

246

Filibert, Dana (‘99) Fisher, Rose-Lynn Fitzpatrick, Anne H. Fiveash, David Flood, Sean

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