2021 MassArt Auction Catalog

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MASSART AUCTION | APRIL 10, 2021

CATALOG SPONSOR:



ARTWORK INSTALLATION & TRANSPORTATION SPONSOR:

CHECK-IN SPONSOR:

SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 2021 DINNER & COCKTAIL SPONSOR: ARTWORK WRAP SPONSORS:

Buy Art. Foster Creativity. Live Auction

Virtual Preview Parties

Saturday, April 10, 2021, 8:00 PM

Open for Bidding: Saturday, March 27, 2021 at 12:00 PM – Sunday April 11, 2021 at 12:00 PM

Thursday, April 1, 2021, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM | Monday, April 5, 2021, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM | Wednesday, April 7, 2021, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Virtual Opening Reception

Preview Days

Wednesday, March 31, 2021 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM

March 29 - April 9, 2021 Live Auction Art on display in the Design and Media Center at 621 Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA 02115

Silent Auction

VIRTUAL OPENING RECEPTION SPONSOR:

MEDIA SPONSOR:

BID SHEET SPONSOR:

Live Auction artwork viewings are available by appointment only and all visitors will be asked to abide by MassArt’s Covid-19 protocols and procedures.

VIRTUAL PREVIEW PARTY SPONSORS: :

CATALOG SPONSOR:

For more information about virtual preview parties, please visit MassArtauction.org. To schedule an appointment to view the Live Auction Art during the Preview Days, please contact Kathryn Calnan, Executive Director of Advancement. E: T:

kcalnan@MassArt.edu 617.879.7012

Artwork on cover:

Sponsors & Committee

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RANIA MATAR

Virtual Auction Guidelines

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Gallery Listing

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Artist Listing

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Alae, Khiyam, Lebanon, 2019, Edition 1 of 6 Courtesy of the artist and Robert Klein Gallery LOT: 05

Questions or General Information:  Contact Olga Batyuk, Fundraising Events Coordinator / 617.879.7014 or obatyuk@MassArt.edu

For Bidding Visit:   MassArtAuction.org/bid

LIVE AUCTION & RAISE YOUR PADDLE

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Begins at 8:00 PM on Saturday, April 10 / Virtual Auction with Karen M. Keane, MassArt Trustee and CEO, Skinner Inc. Sponsored by:

OPEN FOR BIDDING ON BIDSQUARE Saturday, March 27 at 12:00 PM - Sunday, April 11 at 12:00 PM. Exhibition sponsor:

SILENT AUCTION 01

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Sponsored by:

SILENT AUCTION 02

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Sponsored by:

SILENT AUCTION 03

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Sponsored by: 1


2021 MASSART AUCTION

MASSART AUCTION

PRESENTING SPONSOR:

Cheryl & Larry Franklin

SPONSORS

ART CHAMPIONS:

* L IST IS CURRENT AS OF 2/18/2021

Rich & Gabrielle Coffman

Molly Shannon

Cynthia Eid

Mike & Kathy Stack

Jean Hynes & Mark Condon

Elissa & William Warner

Beth Johnson ART PATRONS:

ART DEVOTEES:

ART AFICIONADOS

ART LOVERS

ADDITIONAL CORPORATE SUPPORT

David & Sandra Bakalar Nina Fletcher ’91 Robert & Kimberly Gatof Alison M’07 & Isaac Judd Roberta & Colin Moore Susan & Bob Schechter Valentine Talland & Nagesh Mahanthappa Lisa Tung & Spencer Glendon

Denise Jefferson Casper Karen M. Keane & Dan Elias Adrian & Mary Pryshlak Karen & Michael Rotenberg Debra & Jim Squires Pat & Arthur Stavaridis Justin & Tricia Stephan John & Nathalie Thompson

Boston Properties The Collaborative Companies Denterlein Worldwide Gallery NAGA National Development LLC Office Resources, Inc. Samuels & Associates

ART ADVOCATES

ART ENTHUSIASTS

The Davis Companies Framers’ Workshop Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Jamestown Properties LP PSG Framing

Elizabeth & Coleman Benedict Frank & Anastasia Catrickes Mammen & Preetha Chally Steve Corkin & Dan Maddalena Paul & Elizabeth Harrington Bill & Kelly Kaiser Maureen Keefe Cliff Krauss & Ann Whittaker Richard Marshall Laura & Halsey Morris Steve & Holly Muson Christopher Myers & Joanne Chang Stephen Neumeier & Carol Savoy Jane Peyrouse & Suzanne Bremer Mallory A. Ruymann Emily Santangelo Kathy & Gary Sharpless Linda Snyder Tony & Rachel Solomons Kyle & Susan Weaver Kendra Wilde Lisa & Chris Wyett

GALLERY PARTNERS

ART CONNOISSEURS June & Henry Biner Katie Block Michelle & Frank Ingari Wanita & Bill Kennedy Virginia Litle & Tony Godfrey Nancy Lukitsh Deidre & Barry Nectow David & Kimberly Nelson Marjorie O’Malley Marcie Richardson Patricia & Bob Rivers Jim & Cathy Stone ART SUPPORTERS Blick Art Materials Commodore Builders MassMutual Turner Construction Company

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Abigail Ogilvy Gallery Adelson Galleries bk projects Carroll and Sons Childs Gallery Drive-By Projects Gallery Kayafas Gallery NAGA Howard Yezerski Gallery Krakow Witkin Gallery LeRoy Neiman Center for Print Studies MassArt Art Museum (MAAM) Miles McEnery Gallery Mobilia Gallery Oehme Graphics Pace Prints Soprafina Gallery Stoney Road Press Tamarind Institute Two Palms VanDeb Editions Wingate Studio MEDIA SPONSOR:


2021

COMMITTEE & BOARD

CHRISTIAN RESTREPO ’15

Bolso de Grapa, 2020 Courtesy of the artist

Daren Bascome ’93 Auction Committee Co-Chair, MassArt Trustee Elizabeth Lowrey H’19 Auction Committee Co-Chair, Foundation Board Member

2021 MASSART AUCTION COMMITTEE

2020-2021 BOARD OF TRUSTEES

Stacy Friedman ’15 Jennifer Harrington / Foundation Board Vice-Chair Kaylee Hennessey ’19 Olivia Ives-Flores Lavaughan Jenkins ’05 Alison Judd M’07 / Foundation Director Ian Kennelly ’94 Tali Kwatcher / Chair Emerita, MassArt Foundation Robert Maloney ’96 / Associate Professor, Illustration Savanna Nelson ’19 Marjorie E. O’Malley / VP of Advancement & Executive Director, MassArt Foundation Karen Pfefferle Christian Restrepo ’15 / Studio Manager, Fashion Design Patricia Rivers / Foundation Director Karen Rotenberg Mallory A. Ruymann Katie Ryan Susan Schechter / Chair Emerita, MassArt Foundation Danielle Shaheen ’08 Andrew Stearns ’13 Valentine Talland / Foundation Board Chair John Thompson M’05 / Lecturer, Fine Arts 2D & Printmaking Samuel Toabe ’11 Lisa Tung / Executive Director, MassArt Art Museum (MAAM) Elissa Warner / Honorary Foundation Director Emily Watlington ’16 Heather White / Professor, Fine Arts 3D & Jewelry & Metalsmithing Meg White Kevin Whitman ’15

Janice M. Saragoni / Chair Elisa Hamilton ’07 / Vice Chair Daren Bascome ’93 John Intoppa ’23 Karen M. Keane Denise Korn Peter Nessen Pamela Parisi ’67 Linda L. Snyder Greg Stone

LOT: 109

2021 MASSART AUCTION CATALOG PRODUCTION Contributing Editors: Olga Batyuk ’13, Kathy Calnan, Michaelann Ferro ’21, Kristen Heintz-Perkins, and Cilicia Rios Design: Leah Fenton ’14 Printing: universalwilde.com

2020–2021 MASSART FOUNDATION BOARD OF DIRECTORS Valentine Talland / Chair Jennifer Harrington / Vice Chair Michelle Ingari / Vice Chair Charles Jobson / Treasurer Marjorie O’Malley / Executive Director & Clerk Hope Barkan Henry Biner Katie Block Richard Coffman Caroline Collings / Honorary Director Andra Dekkers Cynthia Eid Nina Fletcher ’91 Deanna Fulp Robert S. Gatof / Honorary Director Nicholas Greville / Honorary Director Trevania Henderson / Chair Emerita William Hicks / Chair Emeritus Kristine Irving Beverly Johnson Alison Judd ’07 Ashley Karger Wanita Kennedy Tali Kwatcher / Chair Emerita Fred Liang / Faculty Elizabeth Lowrey H’19 Ted MacLean James Mason ’81 / Dean of Faculty Roberta Moore Deirdre Nectow Emma Pickard Kymberly Pinder / Acting President Patricia Rivers Janice M. Saragoni / Trustee Representative Susan Schechter / Chair Emerita Daniel Serig, Interim Provost Molly Shannon Katherine Sloan / College President Emerita, Honorary Director Michael Tarnow / Honorary Director Clare Villari / Chair Emerita Elissa Warner / Honorary Director

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2021 MASSART AUCTION

Welcome! Our shared experience since March 2020 is “unprecedented.”

year’s Auction co-chairs: MassArt Trustee Daren

In these most difficult circumstances, MassArt has adapted,

Bascome ’93 and MassArt Foundation Board Director

innovated, and reinvented, and together we have kept

Elizabeth Lowrey H ’19. We are also delighted to welcome

the College active and on mission! Amidst the persistent

fifteen new members to the Auction committee this year,

changes imposed by the pandemic, one constant remains:

many of whom are MassArt alumni, faculty, and working

the annual MassArt Auction returns in 2021 online, with

artists. Their input and dedication were invaluable as they

the exceptional and wide array of artwork that always

juried 1,400+ artwork submissions to curate the final

distinguishes this anticipated event.

selection of the 329 pieces that comprise the 2021 Auction.

Ingenuity and perseverance have characterized MassArt

As always, the goal of this year’s Auction is to provide

since its 1873 founding and are reflected in our institutional

financial support for student scholarships and academic

value that artists and designers can transform our world.

programs at the College. We are proud to make our world-

Challenged by a global health crisis, the MassArt

class art and design education accessible to all of our

community has adapted and innovated new ways to serve

students, regardless of financial restrictions. Currently,

the next generation of artists and designers. The future

91% of MassArt students receive financial aid. Dedicated

of their creative potential is fueled by MassArt’s

to our students’ success, faculty and staff have worked

commitment to equity and access, exemplified in another

hard to create the best possible learning and making

core value to pursue a just, compassionate, and equitable

experience this academic year—our student to faculty

learning environment.

ratio is 11:1. Through creative thinking and problem solving,

This year, faculty and students have continued teaching,

our campus of artists and designers has reshaped the

learning, and making. Planning for a hybrid academic

curriculum and environment to persist and thrive amidst

program balances a commitment to preserving the health

novel challenges.

and safety of our community with continuing high-quality

Your support of the MassArt Auction helps to make all

education, and remaining a sustainable higher education

this possible. To our sponsors, artists, gallery partners,

institution. The faculty and staff have evolved instruction

faculty, staff, alumni, students, and volunteers—THANK

and implemented safety protocols while offering nearly

YOU for your support and collaboration in realizing the

a quarter of MassArt’s courses in person and welcoming

2021 Auction. This year more than ever, art and design are

students back to campus residency halls at over half of

playing an unprecedented role in keeping our community

their capacity.

connected and moving forward.

2021 marks the 32nd anniversary of the MassArt Auction, the largest annual fundraising event for the College. We are extraordinarily grateful for the leadership and vision of this

BID HIGH, BID OFTEN, AND DON’T FORGET TO RAISE YOUR PADDLE!

KYMBERLY PINDER, PH.D. Acting President

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VALENTINE TALLAND Chair, MassArt Foundation Board of Directors


* 100% OF YOUR GIFT GOES TO STUDENT SCHOLARSHIPS | Tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law.

WHEN: Saturday evening, April 10, 2021 at the end of the Live Auction WHERE: MassArtauction.org/bid

RAISE YOUR PADDLE!

If you are unable to join us for this year's virtual MassArt Auction to participate in the Raise Your Paddle segment in real time, you can still make a gift of any amount by going online to MassArtauction.org/give.

OR BY SCANNING THIS QR CODE: If you do participate virtually in this year’s Auction but miss the chance to “raise your paddle: (or perhaps were outbid on that piece of art you had hoped to buy and are feeling generous!), please consider making a gift in support of student scholarships before the Auction ends.

MassArt students are CREATIVE CRITICAL THINKERS. RESOURCEFUL . RESILIENT. STILL PURSUING THEIR DREAMS. But they can’t do it alone (especially right now!) and that is where you can help! Everyone wins when you participate in Raise Your Paddle, our annual appeal for ourtright contributions to our student scholarship fund. Your gift, of any amount, will make a world-class art and design education accessible for motivated MassArt students.

When you support our students with a Raise Your Paddle gift, you make it possible for generations of students to make the world a better place through the power of art and design. Change a student’s life—MassArt students are worth the investment. Raise Your Paddle!

WHAT IT COSTS

HOW YOU HELP

For an in-state undergraduate student to attend MassArt during the 2020–2021 academic year:

Your donation provides things like:

$900 Estimated Annual Personal Living Allowance

$5,000 $2,500

$2,000 Estimated Annual Cost of Art Supplies & Books

$1,000 $750

$31,900

$500 $14,800 Average Annual Room and Board

$250

One semester’s worth of room and board in Treehouse Residence Hall One year’s worth of art supplies

One semester’s worth of meal plan charges

One year’s worth of student’s technology fees Annual tuition and residence hall deposit to hold one student spot 3-month Charlie Card pass to ride the MBTA

$14,200 Annual Tuition and Fees

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Spaceworks honors MassArt Auction Co-Chair Elizabeth O. Lowrey for her dedication and support of the Massachusetts College of Art and Design

Spaceworks Architectural Interiors GLASS WALLS • DOORS • ENTRYWAYS


We’re honored to support the

32nd Annual MassArt Auction and its work to provide vital scholarship aid and academic program assistance to

the next generation of artists and designers. Thank you to Daren Bascome and Elizabeth Lowrey, Co-Chairs of the 2021 MassArt Auction, for their commitment to MassArt and for their design vision and creativity.


2021 MASSART AUCTION

LUCY SARGENT LYONS

Teetering, 2020, Edition 1 of 5 Courtesy of the artist

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Auction Guidelines BEFORE THE AUCTION

We encourage all MassArt Auction guests to register in advance of Friday, March 19th on Bidsquare by visiting bidsquare.com/user/register. This will allow you to preview and purchase artwork during the Buy Now period from March 22th—March 25th and be ready to submit bids when the Auction officially opens for bidding on Saturday, March 27th at 12:00 NOON EST via MassArtauction.org/ bid. Once you register, Bidsquare will be notified and will approve you for bidding or request additional information to complete your registration via email. If you created an account on Bidsquare for last year’s MassArt Auction your log-in credentials should still be valid, but we recommend that you double check them to make sure. Registering a few days in advance will ensure you will be approved to bid in time for the Auction. PUBLIC PREVIEW DAYS

Live Auction artwork will be on view for a public preview period running March 29th—April 9th by appointment only. The College is following COVID-19 guidelines for the health and safety of our community and all visitors will be asked to abide by MassArt's protocols and procedures. For more information and to schedule an appointment, please contact Kathryn Calnan, Executive Director of Advancement. E: kcalnan@MassArt.edu T: 617.879.7012 SILENT AUCTION BIDDING

The three Silent Auction sections outlined in the catalog will all be featured in one timed online auction starting Saturday, March 27th at 12:00 NOON EST through Sunday, April 11th at 12:00 NOON EST via MassArtauction.org/bid. What is a timed auction? A timed auction is automated, and takes place solely online. The bidding for each lot is opened at a predetermined level at a set time and stays open over an extended period. During this period of open bidding, a bidder will be able to see the current high bid on each lot. You may place a higher bid at a defined bidding increment. A bidder’s identity is always kept confidential during the auction. In a timed auction, bidders are automatically informed by email if they are the high bidder, or if they have been outbid by another competing bidder. At the end of the defined bidding 8

LOT: 272

period, the lot is sold to the highest bid offered. In this timed auction, sales will begin to close incrementally at 12:00 NOON EST, beginning with Lot #100 and running through Lot #399, which represents the end of the auction. If you are the winning bidder at the close of the Silent Auction section, your bid constitutes a legal contract to purchase the item. LIVE AUCTION

On Saturday, April 10th, please join us at MassArtauction. org/bid promptly at 8:00 PM EST to participate in this year’s virtual Live Auction, livestreamed with MassArt Trustee and Skinner CEO, Karen M. Keane. A live auction is hosted in real-time and is held before an audience of online bidders. Bidsquare allows a bidder to remotely participate in a live gallery auction via the internet. Bidders who are unable to attend the Virtual Live Auction in real time can place absentee bids online starting Saturday, March 27 at 12:00 NOON EST, which will be automatically processed during the Live Auction. Bidders participating in the Live Virtual Auction will have their bids automatically received by a remote clerk, who will place your bid in real-time. Bidding will continue until competition for the lot ends. If the highest bid offered meets the minimum price designated by the seller as acceptable, the lot is sold. The auctioneer will then move on to the next lot. The highest bid acknowledged by the Auctioneer constitutes a legal contract to purchase the item by that bidder.

BUY NOW PREVIEW

Back by popular demand, the “BUY NOW!” option will be available briefly during the preview period. Any Silent Auction lot may be purchased outright by paying 150% of its stated value during the Buy Now Auction on Bidsquare from Monday, March 22nd at 9:00 AM – Thursday, March 25th at 9:00 PM EST. Artwork may be purchased at any time during the Buy Now Auction by clicking “Buy Now” on Bidsquare and remitting payment of the issued invoice by Friday, March 26th at 5:00 PM EST. If payment is not received by that time, the buyer will lose claim of the artwork and it will become available for Silent Auction bidding.


THANK YOU! We thank you for your support and wish you the best of luck on your auction bidding!

RAISE YOUR PADDLE

ARTWORK PICK-UP/DELIVERY

Raise Your Paddle is our annual appeal for outright contributions to our student scholarship fund. Your gift of any amount will help MassArt remain affordable and accessible. Gifts made through Raise Your Paddle are outright donations and are tax-deductible as allowed by law. We encourage our guests to consider participating in Raise Your Paddle at the end of the Live Auction or making their gift online at MassArtauction.org/give.

Due to the persistence of the COVID-19 pandemic, our team continues to work closely with our artwork partners to provide an excellent experience for our buyers. As of now, we plan to offer all buyers the options of local Boston area pick up, free delivery in the Metro Boston, MA area* or shipment of artwork at the expense of the purchaser during the weeks after the Buy Now PostSale Auction. Please know that it may take longer than usual this year to get purchased pieces into the hands of buyers due to the extenuating circumstances we are currently facing. Thank you in advance for your patience.

POST SALE

The Post Sale will run for a week and a half after the Auction from Wednesday, April 14th - Friday, April 23rd on Bidsquare. The Post Sale is comprised of unsold lots from the Live and Silent Auctions. Each lot is listed and available for outright purchase at the opening bid amount (60% of the estimated value of the piece, unless otherwise stated). Please note that you must also register for this sale on Bidsquare in order to participate, even if you already registered for our Live and Silent Auctions.

Please visit our website at MassArtauction.org. or contact Fundraising Events Coordinator Olga Batyuk at auction@MassArt.edu or (617) 879-7014 with any questions you may have. *Metro Boston, MA area includes the following: Arlington, Bedford, Belmont, Boston, Brookline, Burlington, Cambridge, Concord, Dedham, Dover, Everett, Lexington, Lincoln, Medford, Melrose, Needham, Newton, Quincy, Somerville, Stoneham, Sudbury, Wakefield, Waltham, Watertown, Wayland, Wellesley, Weston, Westwood, Winchester, Woburn

BUYER’S PREMIUM

A buyer’s premium equal to 12% of the winning bid will be applied to each lot sold and will be paid by the buyer as part of the purchase price. This premium helps to offset the administrative costs of running the MassArt Auction in order to ensure the funds raised through artwork sales go directly to student scholarships and academic programming. A buyer’s premium will not be applied to any pledge(s) made during the Live Auction’s Raise Your Paddle fundraising opportunity. 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. Please contact the Fundraising Events team at auction@MassArtauction.org with questions. PAYMENT

All artwork purchases must be paid for by credit card via a link in the invoice that buyers will be emailed at the close of the Auction. All purchases are final and no exchanges or refunds will be allowed.

ARTWORK INSTALLATION & TRANSPORTATION SPONSOR:

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 number 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.

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2021 MASSART AUCTION

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Many of the artists participating in the MassArt

2021

Auction are represented by galleries in Boston

Gallery Listing

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 Auction artists and to learn about other artists the galleries may represent. Please let the gallery know that you saw their name at the MassArt Auction!

GALLERY

WEBSITE

PHONE

MAILING ADDRESS

CITY

STATE

ZIP

COUNTRY

13Forest Gallery

13forest.com

781-641-3333

167A Massachusetts Ave

Arlington

MA

02474

USA

Abigail Ogilvy Gallery

abigailogilvy.com

617-820-5173

460C Harrison Ave #C7

Boston

MA

02118

USA

Adelson Galleries

adelsongalleries.com

561-720-2079

318 Worth Ave

West Palm Beach FL

33480

USA

Alden Gallery

aldengallery.com

508-487-4230

423 Commercial St

Provincetown

MA

02657

USA

Alpha Gallery

alphagallery.com

617-821-1613

55 Thayer Street #1

Boston

MA

02118

USA

Archival Gallery

archivalgallery.com

916-923-6204

3223 Folsom Blvd

Sacramento

CA

95816

USA

Aviary Gallery

aviarygallery.com

802-318-3293

48 South St

Jamaica Plain MA

02130

USA

AWA Gallery

artwithamy.com

617-435-9768

45 Harvard St

Brookline

MA

02445

USA

Beacon Gallery

beacongallery.com

617-718-5600

524B Harrison Ave

Boston

MA

02118

USA

Beth Urdang Gallery

bethurdanggallery.com

781-264-1121

16 Grove St

Wellesley

MA

02482

USA

bk projects

bkartprojects.com

617-835-8255

81 Spring Street

Watertown

MA

02482

USA

Boston Sculptors Gallery

bostonsculptors.com

617-482-7781

486 Harrison Ave

Boston

MA

02118

USA

Carroll and Sons

carrollandsons.net

617-482-2477

450 Harrison Ave #404

Boston

MA

02118

USA

Chase Young Gallery

chaseyounggallery.com

617-859-7222

450 Harrison Ave #57

Boston

MA

02118

USA

Chatham Fine Art

chathamart.com

508-945-0888

492 Main St

Chatham

MA

02633

USA

Childs Gallery

childsgallery.com

617-266-1108

168 Newbury St

Boston

MA

02116

USA

Clark Gallery

clarkgallery.com

617-386-6115

145 Lincoln Rd

Lincoln

MA

01773

USA

Copley Society of Art - CoSo

copleysociety.org

617-536-5049

158 Newbury St #1

Boston

MA

02116

USA

Cove Gallery

covegallery.com

508-349-2530

PO Box 482

Wellfleet

MA

02667

USA

Dean Day Gallery

deandaygallery.com

713-520-1021

2639 Colquitt St

Houston

TX

77098

USA

Drive-by Projects

drive-byprojects.com

617-835-8255

81 Spring Street

Watertown

MA

02472

USA

Edgewater Gallery

edgewatergallery.com

802-458-0098

1 Mill St

Middlebury

VT

05753

USA

Eisenhauer Gallery

eisenhauergallery.com

508-627-7003

38 No. Water St

Edgartown

MA

02539

USA

Fountain Street

fsfaboston.com

857-302-3067

460 Harrison Ave #2C

Boston

MA

02118

USA

Gallery Kayafas

gallerykayafas.com

617-482-0411

450 Harrison Ave #37

Boston

MA

02118

USA

Gallery NAGA

gallerynaga.com

617-267-9060

67 Newbury St

Boston

MA

02116

USA

Gallery Twist

gallerytwist.com

781-698-9994

1963 Massachusetts Ave

Lexington

MA

02421

USA

Howard Yezerski Gallery

howardyezerski.com

617-262-0550

460 Harrison Ave #A16

Boston

MA

02118

USA

Hutson Gallery

hutsongallery.net

508-487-0915

432 Commercial St #3

Provincetown

MA

02657

USA

Intro By Galerie Marzee

intromarzee.com

+31 (0)24-322-9670

Admiraal de Ruijterweg 345H

Amsterdam

MA

1055

Netherlands


Jack Meier Gallery

jackmeiergallery.com

713-576-2983

2310 Bissonet St

Houston

TX

77055

USA

Kasper Contemporary

kaspercontemporary.com

646-267-1374

8 Friese Dr

East Quogue

NY

11942

USA

Kingston Gallery

kingstongallery.com

617-423-4113

450 Harrison Ave #43

Boston

MA

02118

USA

Krakow Witkin Gallery

krakowwitkingallery.com

617-262-4490

10 Newbury St

Boston

MA

02116

USA

LaiSun Keane Gallery

laisunkeane.com

978-495-6697

460C Harrison Ave

Boston

MA

02118

USA

LeRoy Neiman Center for Print Studies, arts.columbia.edu/neiman 212-854-7641 Columbia University School of the Arts

310 Dodge Hall MC 1806 2960 Broadway

New York

NY

10027

USA

Lucy Lacoste Gallery

lucylacoste.com

978-369-0278

25 Main St

Concord

MA

01742

USA

Lupine Gallery

lupinegallerymonhegan.com

207-594-8131

PO Box 366 / 48 Main St

Monhegan

ME

04852

USA

MassArt Art Museum

maam.MassArt.edu

617-879-7335

621 Huntington Ave

Boson

MA

02115

USA

Mercury Gallery

mercurygallery.com

978-546-7620

20 Main St

Rockport

MA

01966

USA

Miles McEnery Gallery

milesmcenery.com

212-445-0051

520 West 21st St

New York

NY

10011

USA

Mobilia Gallery

mobilia-gallery.com

617-876-2109

358 Huron Ave

Cambridge

MA

02138

USA

Monique Rancourt Artisan Gallery

moniquerancourt.com

781-209-0058

289 Moody St

Waltham

MA

02453

USA

Morpeth Contemporary

morpethcontemporary.com

609-333-9393

43 W. Broad St

Hopewell

NJ

08525

USA

Newbury Fine Art Gallery

newburyfinearts.com

617-536-0517

33 Newbury St

Boston

MA

02116

USA

Oehme Graphics oehmegraphics.com 970-870-6609 2655 Copper Ridge #1

Steamboat Springs

CO

80487

USA

P.P.O.W Gallery

ppowgallery.com

212-647-1044

535 W 22nd St

New York

NY

10011

USA

Pace Prints

paceprints.com

212-421-3237

32 East 57th St

New York

NY

10022

USA

Pulp Gallery

pulpholyoke.com

413-362-6338

80 Race St

Holyoke

MA

01040

USA

Ray Wiggs Gallery

raywiggsgallery.com

774-593-5143

432 Commercial St

Provincetown

MA

02657

USA

Renjeau Galleries Natick

renjeau.com

508-655-5121

79 Worcester St

Natick

MA

01760

USA

Rice Polak Galley

ricepolakgallery.com

508-487-1052

430 Commercial St

Provincetown

MA

02657

USA

Robert Klein Gallery

robertkleingallery.com

617-267-7997

38 Newbury St #402

Boston

MA

02124

USA

Room 68

room68online.com

774-538-6470

377 Commercial St

Provincetown

MA

02657

USA

Soprafina Gallery

soprafina.com

617-728-0770

55 Thayer St

Boston

MA

02118

USA

Steven Zevitas Gallery

stevenzevitasgallery.com

617-778-5265, Ext. 22

450 Harrison Ave

Boston

MA

02118

USA

Stoney Road Press

stoneyroadpress.com

+353 (1)887-8544

1-13 Stoney Rd, North Dock

Dublin

D03 K651 Ireland

Tamarind Institute

tamarind.unm.edu

505-277-3901

2500 Central Ave SE

Albuquerque

87106

The Cynthia Corbett Gallery thecynthiacorbettgallery.com +44 (0)20-8947-6782

SpringsClaremont Lodge 15 The Downs

Wimbledon

SW20 8UA Great Britain

The GroundTruth Project

thegroundtruthproject.org

612-750-8221

C/O WGBH / 10 Guest St

Boston

MA

02135

USA

The Schoolhouse Gallery

galleryschoolhouse.com

508-487-4800

494 Commercial St

Provincetown

MA

02657

USA

New York

NY

NM

USA

Two Palms

twopalms.us

212-965-8598

38 Crosby St

10013

USA

VanDeb Editions

vandeb.com

718-786-5553

37-18 Northern Blvd, Suite LL009 Long Island City NY

11101

USA

Vivid Art Gallery

vividartgallery.net

224-505-5961

895 Green Bay Road

Winnetka

IL

60093

USA

Wingate Studio

wingatestudio.com

603-239-8223

941 Northfield Rd

Hinsdale

NH

03451

USA

Happy Bidding! CHARLES ARNOLDI

Ellipse I, 2002, Edition of 30 Courtesy of the artist, Stoney Road Press, and Harvey Fine Arts LOT: 100

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2021 2021 MASSART MASSART AUCTION AUCTION

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BEGINS AT 8:00PM | SATURDAY, APRIL 10 | MASSARTAUCTION.ORG/BID

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LEAH GIBERSON ’97

Ace of Diamonds, 2020 Courtesy of the artist LOT: 25


LOTS: 01–05

2021 AUCTION COMMISSION LOT 01: STEVEN SPAZUK

Fumage Portrait Commission Soot and gold leaf on panel 20 x 16

$5,000 Courtesy of the artist and Adelson Galleries

The winner of this commission will receive a custom portrait, made in Steven Spazuk’s signature technique: fumage (soot from fire). Spazuk will use photographs that the winner provides to create an image that effectively translates into his unique medium. The black and white fumage painting will be made on a 20 x 16 inch panel, with the winner’s choice of a copper, silver, or gold-leaf border around the edges. The artwork will be shipped to the owner upon completion, guaranteed before the end of 2021.

Over the past 16 years, Spazuk has refined his skill of painting with fire – creating exquisitely vivid figures and animals from the residue of his candle’s brushstrokes. He has become an internet sensation, and recently was recruited as a sponsored artist by Zippo. The draftsmanship is so remarkable that the works are often mistaken for academic drawings or photography. Visit: spazuk.com

LOT: 02

DERRICK ADAMS

LOT: 03

Party Guest 1 (We Came to Party and Plan Series), 2020, Edition 16 of 50

Nudes 27, 2014 Wool, cotton

Screen print, relief, fabric, collage

41 X 48

24 X 18

$6,000

$5,000

Courtesy of the artist and P.P.O.W Gallery

Courtesy of the MassArt Art Museum (MAAM)

Erin M. Riley earned an MFA from Tyler School of Art, Temple University in 2009 and a BFA from Massachusetts College of Art and Design in 2007, both in fibers. Erin is a MacDowell Colony fellow (2010, 2018), and a previous artist in residence of Bemis Center for Contemporary Art, The Corporation of Yaddo. Riley was a 2020 NYFA Fellowship recipient and is represented by P.P.O.W Gallery in New York, NY.

Born in Baltimore, Derrick Adams is a Brooklyn-based artist whose critically admired work spans painting, collage, sculpture, performance, video, and sound installations. His work references Black identity and culture in America. Adams received his MFA from Columbia University and BFA from Pratt Institute. He is an alumnus of the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture. He has been the subject of numerous solo exhibitions and participated in group shows internationally including the Birmingham Museum of Art; Havana Biennial, Cuba; Museum of Art, Denver; Museum of Arts and Design, New York; The Studio Museum in Harlem. Adams’s works are in private and public collections including Agnes Gund Collection; Ford Foundation; The Metropolitan Museum of Art; and Whitney Museum of American Art.

LOT: 04

ERIN M. RILEY ’07

CLINT BACLAWSKI M’08

Visit: erinmriley.com

LOT: 05

RANIA MATAR

Ashore, 2020, Edition 2 of 5

Alae, Khiyam, Lebanon, 2019, Edition 1 of 6

Blasted bronze mirrored plexiglas, archival pigment backlight prints, LED bulbs

Archival Pigment Print on Baryta Paper

28 X 28 X 3

$6,000

$7,000 Courtesy of the artist and Abigail Ogilvy Gallery

37 X 44

Courtesy of the artist and Robert Klein Gallery

Clint Baclawski is a contemporary artist working with photography, technology, light, and space. He holds an MFA from MassArt and a BFA from RIT. His solo exhibitions include San Luis Obispo, St. Louis, Boston, and Edinburgh, Scotland. He is a 2019 grant recipient of the MA Cultural Council Fellowship. Baclawski is represented by Abigail Ogilvy and his studio is in Boston’s South End.

Matar is a 2018 Guggenheim Fellow. Her work has been exhibited in museums worldwide, including in solo exhibitions at the Cleveland Museum of Art and Amon Carter Museum of Art, and also at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Carnegie Museum of Art, National Museum of Women in the Arts, Howard Greenberg Gallery, and National Portrait Gallery, London. Her work is in the permanent collections of several museums.

Visit: clintbaclawski.com

Visit: raniamatar.com

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LOT: 06

POLLY APFELBAUM

LOT: 07

Flags of Revolt and Defiance, 2006, Edition 14 of 27

Second born, 2013, Edition 18 of 35

Color silkscreen, boxed portfolio of 31 flags, 1 colophon page

24 Kt gold, collagraph, relief, digital printing, collage, and hand coloring

30 X 19 EACH (31 PRINTS IN TOTAL)

$10,800

36 X 43

$25,750

Courtesy of the artist and LeRoy Neiman Center for Print Studies

Courtesy of the artist and Pace Prints Wangechi Mutu addresses the politics of identity in her work by juxtaposing images and materials from historical and contemporary sources. Mutu received her MFA from Yale University. Her work has been the subject of solo shows at museums and institutions throughout the US and abroad including: Le Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal, Montreal; WIELS, Brussels; Deutsche Guggenheim, Berlin; Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego; Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; and the Miami Art Museum. Her work has also appeared in numerous group shows at institutions including: Palais de Tokyo, Paris; Gotesborgs Kunsthalle, Sweden; Museum of Modern Art, New York; Tate Liverpool, UK; Minneapolis Institute of Art; and The Studio Museum in Harlem, New York. In 2010 Mutu received the Deutsche Guggenheim Artist of the Year, Berlin.

Polly Apfelbaum (b. 1955) has lived and worked in New York City since 1978. She is primarily known for her colorful drawings, sculptures and fabric floor pieces. Apfelbaum’s work has been exhibited extensively in the US and abroad and in 2004 was the focus of a mid-career survey initiated by the Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia which travelled to the Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati and the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, Kansas City. She has received numerous awards and honors including the Joan Mitchell Award, a Guggenheim Fellowship, and a Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant. Apfelbaum’s work is represented in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art, the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Israel Museum and the Yale University Art Gallery, among others.

LOT: 08

ZHANG HUAN

LOT: 09

Untitled (Woman with Lantern), 2012, Edition 18 of 38, 6 APs

Pangloss IX, 2018 Oil on linen 30 X 28

25.25 X 31.25

$4,200 Courtesy of the artist and Gallery NAGA

Courtesy of the artist and Pace Prints

Alice Denison’s Pangloss paintings explode with energy and extravagance. Ornately rendered plants and flowers, floating on top of darker backgrounds as if they were sewn into tapestries, appear otherworldly, with a dreamlike rendering unlike most grounded still lifes. While ostensibly decorative, the paintings reward prolonged inspection. Denison studied painting as an undergraduate in 1980, pursued other directions, and has returned to the studio with devotion in the past fifteen years. Her work was spurred by a 2007 MFA program of Massachusetts College of Art and Design conducted at the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown. Alice Denison is represented by Gallery NAGA in Boston, MA.

Zhang Huan is considered one of the most influential contemporary Chinese artists of our time. One of the founders of the influential Beijing East Village in the early 1990s, the artist quickly became known for his often excruciating site-specific performance pieces. Most recently, Zhang’s focus has shifted to include paintings, sculptures and works on paper that incorporate motifs from Chinese folk culture and Buddhism. He lives and works in Shanghai and New York.

YURI TOZUKA ’09

LOT: 11

Woodcut

Hand formed, forged, and fabricated from sterling silver and 18k gold

24 X 24 EACH

$8,500

10 X 8

$9,000

Courtesy of the artist and Childs Gallery

Courtesy of the artist and Mobilia Gallery, Cambridge

John Thompson founded and works at Lincoln Studios in Waltham. He teaches printmaking at MassArt and Framingham State University. He prints with Master Printers Peter Pettengill at Wingate Studio and Sue Oehme at Oehme Graphics. John’s work is featured in public collections nationally and internationally. He is represented by Childs Gallery in Boston as well as several other galleries in the US. John has earned degrees from Syracuse University, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Babson College, and MassArt.

Yuri Tozuka received a BFA in Fine Arts 3D from Massachusetts College of Art and Design. Tozuka is influenced by elements such as dark humor, satire, and illogical notion. Tozuka’s necklace is inspired by pipes found in cityscapes that are often considered a blemish on the landscape. The artist found a harmonious beauty in the industrial installations. By fabricating these structures within the form of something typically beautiful, she hopes to share this insight with others. Tozuka’s work has been honored with numerous awards and has been internationally exhibited and collected.

NONA FAUSTINE

LOT: 13

RICHARD ARTSCHWAGER

In Praise of Famous Men No More, 2019, Edition 5 of 20

Corner Splat II, 2009

Silkscreen

17.125 X 22.25

40 X 60

$20,000

$10,000 Courtesy of the artist and Two Palms

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JOHN THOMPSON M’05

Hinsdale Series, 2014

Pipe Neckpiece, 2019

LOT: 12

ALICE DENISON M’07

Photogravure

$5,800

LOT: 10

WANGECHI MUTU

Nona Faustine is a photographer and visual artist born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. She is a graduate of the School of Visual Arts and The International Center of Photography at Bard College’s MFA program. Faustine’s images have been published in a variety of media outlets such as Artforum, New York Times, Huffington Post, Hyperallergic, The Guardian, New Yorker Magazine, and Los Angeles Times. Faustine’s work has been exhibited at Harvard University, the Studio Museum of Harlem, the African American Museum in Philadelphia, Schomburg Center for Black Research, the International Center of Photography, Saint John’s Divine Cathedral, and the Tomie Ohtake Institute. Her work is in the collections of the David C. Driskell Center, the Studio Museum of Harlem, the Brooklyn Museum, and the Carnegie Museum. In 2019, Faustine was the recipient of the NYSCA/NYFA Fellowship, the Colene Brown Art Prize, and the Anonymous Was A Woman grant. In January 2020, she participated in the inaugural class of Kehinde Wiley’s Black Rock Senegal Residency.

Laminate on aluminum in two parts

Courtesy of the artist and Krakow Witkin Gallery Richard Artschwager (1923-2013) was an American sculptor and painter. During the 1950s he designed and made furniture in New York, but after a fire that destroyed most of the contents of his shop in 1958 he turned again to art, initially painting abstract pictures derived from memories of the New Mexican landscape. From 1962, Artschwager also painted grey acrylic monochrome pictures, basing his images on blackand-white photographs, characteristically of modern buildings as shown in property advertisements. Gradually his paintings became more complex and mysterious, the surface subsumed in a pattern of flickering light. His emphasis, however, remained on ambiguities of perception-on the interaction of observation and illusion-especially in sculptures conceived as hybrids of recognizable objects.


LOTS: 06–18

2021 AUCTION EXCLUSIVE

LOT 14: CHERYL SORG ’99

raining upward, 2019 48 X 96

$4,500 Courtesy of the artist The winner of this lot will receive a customized installation consisting of over 2,000 elements pinned to the wall in a variety of possible configurations. The artist will install the piece in the buyer’s home or office in person. The $4,500 value includes the artwork itself, and the travel and labor involved in the artist installing the work.

Cheryl Sorg received her BFA from Massachusetts College of Art and Design in 1999. Her work was recently exhibited at the Oceanside Museum of Art and is currently on view at the San Diego International Airport. She has been a MacDowell fellow and her work is in the permanent collection of the Yale University Art Gallery, as well as numerous public spaces.

LOT: 15

BARBARA BOSWORTH

LOT: 16

After La Negresse, 1872, 2006, Edition 15 of 250

Archival inkjet print

11 X 10 X 9

24 X 57

$22,000

Cart marble dust and resin

$12,000

Courtesy of the artist and Miles McEnery Gallery

Courtesy of the artist

Kehinde Wiley is a contemporary African-American painter known for his distinctive portraits. Wiley melds references from many sources, including Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres’s portraits of Napoleon Bonaparte, Islamic architecture, and hip hop culture. He received his BFA from the San Francisco Art Institute in 1999 and his MFA from the Yale School of Art in 2001. Exhibitions including Kehinde Wiley: A New Republic, which opened at the Brooklyn Museum of Art in 2015. On February 12, 2018, Wiley unveiled the official presidential portrait of Barack Obama. Wiley’s works are held in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, the Denver Art Museum, the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles, and the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, among others. Photography by Pete Mauney.

Barbara Bosworth is a photographer whose large-format images explore both overt and subtle relationships between humans and the rest of the natural world. Bosworth’s work has been widely exhibited, notably in recent retrospectives at the Denver Art Museum, Peabody Essex Museum, and the Smithsonian American Art Museum. Her publications include The Heavens (2018), and The Meadow (2015). Visit: barbarabosworth.com

LOT: 17

KEHINDE WILEY

Sunset from Provin Mountain, from the New England Trail series, 2012, Edition 1 of 5

SOL LEWITT

LOT: 18

NEETU SINGHAL M’20

Distorted Cubes (Plate #4), 2001, Edition of 50, TP 1/2

Yellowness is non-Materialistic, 2020

Linocut on somerset velvet radiant white paper

36 X 36

35 X 42.5

$8,550

$5,700 Courtesy of the artist and Krakow Witkin Gallery Sol LeWitt (1928-2007) was an American artist linked to various movements, including Conceptual art and Minimalism. LeWitt came to fame in the late 1960s with his wall drawings and “structures” (a term he preferred instead of “sculptures”) but was prolific in a wide range of media including drawing, printmaking, photography, painting, installation, and artist’s books. He has been the subject of hundreds of solo exhibitions in museums and galleries around the world since 1965.

14 k gold alloy casting beads, acylic, and ink on canvas

Courtesy of the artist Neetu Singhal, full-time practicing artist, completed her MFA in painting at MassArt. Her work has been shown in India, US, Mauritius and Norway. In 2019, her work was selected for the Florence Biennale. Her work has also been exhibited in several solo and group shows. Singhal also has an M.S. in biotechnology from CCS University, India. Visit: neetusinghal.com

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2021 MASSART AUCTION

LOT: 19

FRED H.C. LIANG

LOT: 20

Destiny, 2020

Acrylic and reflective mylar on silver paper

Gouache on panel

43 X 31

20 X 18.5

$7,300

$5,500

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist and Gallery NAGA

Fred H. C. Liang received a BFA from the University of Manitoba, and an MFA from Yale University. His honors include Massachusetts Cultural Council Arts Grants in both painting, printmaking, and works on paper. Liang’s work is in numerous public and private collections, including Fidelity, the Gund Collection, Addison Gallery of American Art, and the Rose Art Museum at Brandeis University

Masako Kamiya received her BFA from Montserrat College of Art, her MFA from Massachusetts College of Art and Design 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 Art Museum. Kamiya is represented by Gallery NAGA in Boston, MA.

Visit: fredliang.com, qna-studio.com

LOT: 21

APRIL GORNIK

LOT: 22

Suspended Sky, 2005, Edition 33 of 35 27 X 32.875

Lithograph on Rives BFK white paper with deckled edge

$5,220

23.75 X 35.25

$15,400

Courtesy of the artist and Pace Prints

Courtesy of the artist and Krakow Witkin Gallery

April Gornik’s subject matter is the light and colors of the landscape. An especially talented draftsperson, Gornik is able to give her images vibrant luminosity through careful and precise rendering. Never literal, the landscapes she creates are imagined and emotional spaces. Gornik’s work is featured in many public and private collections including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Whitney Museum of American Art, The Museum of Modern Art, The National Museum of American Art in Washington, DC and The National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, DC, among others. She has shown extensively, in solo and group shows, in the United States and abroad.

ROBERT FREEMAN

Ellsworth Kelly was born in 1923 in Newburgh, New York. He studied at Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, from 1941 to 1943. After military service from 1943 to 1945, he attended the School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts, Boston, from 1946 to 1948. In 1949, Kelly went to France and enrolled at the École des beaux-arts, Paris, under the GI Bill In France. He discovered Romanesque art and architecture as well as Byzantine art. He was also introduced to Surrealism and Neo-Plasticism, which led him to experiment with automatic drawing and geometric abstraction. In his work Kelly abstracts the forms in his paintings from observations of the real world, such as shadows cast by trees or the spaces between architectural elements.

LOT: 24

Spirit Figure, 2019

Untitled, 2016, Edition of 15 Single-color lithograph on white somerset satin paper

58 X 48

42 X 29

$22,000

$6,050

Courtesy of the artist and Adelson Galleries

Courtesy of the artist and Tamarind Institute

In addition to numerous gallery shows, Freeman’s paintings have been featured in exhibitions at deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum, Rose Art Museum at Brandeis University, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and Williams College Museum of Art Harvard University. He earned his BFA and MFA from Boston University. In 1997 he earned Boston University’s Distinguished Graduate Award.

Donovan received an MFA from Virginia Commonwealth. She is the recipient of the MacArthur Foundation Genius Award (2008), the first Calder Prize (2005), and exhibits her work internationally. Her first major survey exhibit was at ICA Boston. Donovan has been the subject of several major solo exhibitions at museums including the Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. (1999); UCLA Hammer Museum (2004); The Metropolitan Museum of Art (2007); Milwaukee Art Museum (2012); Parrish Art Museum, Water Mill, New York (2015); and Museum of Contemporary Art, Denver (2018).

LEAH GIBERSON ’97

LOT: 26

BILL THOMPSON

Ace of Diamonds, 2020

Deviant, 2020

Acrylic over pigment prints

Urethane on polyurethane block

36 X 36

30 X 27.5 X 6

$9,000

$16,000

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist

Leah Giberson received a BFA in painting from MassArt, graduating with departmental honors in 1997. Recent exhibits include Rubine Red Gallery in Palm Springs, Left Bank Gallery in Wellfleet and Gallery Ton in the Netherlands. Her next solo show will be in July at Nahcotta in Portsmouth, NH. Her work is in the permanent collections at the University of Iowa Hospital and Mary Greeley Medical Center.

Thompson’s work has recently been exhibited at Galerie Renate Bender in Munich as well as at Galería Ana Serratosa in Valencia. His next exhibition will be at the Medici Museum of Art in Ohio. His work is featured in numerous international collections and locally at the MFA, deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum, Fogg Art Museum, Rose Art Museum, Davis Museum, Addison Gallery, and List Visual Art Center.

Visit: leahgiberson.com

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TARA DONOVAN

Oil, feather, gold leaf on canvas

Visit: robertfreemanart.com

LOT: 25

ELLSWORTH KELLY

Red-Orange (Rouge-Orange), 1964-65, Edition of 75, HC XIII/XIII

Etching on paper (white-ground & spit bite)

LOT: 23

MASAKO KAMIYA M’99

Effulgence, 2019

Visit: billthompsonstudio.com


LOTS: 19–31

2021 AUCTION COMMISSION

LOT 27: DAVID HILLIARD ’92

Photo Portrait Commission, 2021 24 X 60

$7,500 Courtesy of the artist and Carroll and Sons David Hilliard uses his unique, multi-paneled technique to produce expensive photographs, both figuratively and literally. His sweeping images depict subtle moments of love, family, adolescence, friendship and the nuances of masculinity, with a quiet yet powerful resonance. The multiple panels act as short films; a single work captures the passage of time before our very eyes. The winner of this commission will receive a custom 24 x 60 triptych set of photographs crafted in collaboration with the artist. Date of commission to occur at a mutually agreed upon time within one year of the Auction. There will be additional travel expenses for locations outside of metropolitan Boston.

Hilliard received his BFA from Massachusetts College of Art and Design and his MFA from Yale University. He has had solo exhibitions nationally and internationally. Hilliard is the recipient of numerous grants including a Guggenheim Fellowship as well as a Fulbright Grant. His work is included in many collections, including the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the Whitney Museum of American Art, Microsoft Art Collection (MA), Portland Art Museum (OR), deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum, the University of Salamanca (Spain), and the Philadelphia Museum of Art, among others. His work has been published in many books and publications throughout the world. He lives in Boston and is a faculty member at Massachusetts College of Art and Design. Hilliard’s work is represented in Boston at the Carroll and Sons Gallery

LOT: 28

STANLEY WHITNEY

LOT: 29

Untitled, 2020

Home Repair, 2020

Monotype in watercolor on Lanaquarelle paper

Mixed media on mylar

23.75 X 23.75

25 X 35

$12,000

$7,500

Courtesy of the artist and Two Palms

Courtesy of the artist, the Miles McEnery Gallery, and the Howard Yezerski Gallery

Stanley Whitney (b. 1946) has experimented for decades with a single compositional strategy rendering grids with seemingly inexhaustible variations of color. Whitney draws inspiration from a wide range of historical and cultural references including Roman architecture, American quilt making, and jazz, which he listens to while working in the studio. Whitney’s work is included in public collections around the world, including the Whitney Museum of American Art; the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City; the Philadelphia Museum of Art; and Yale University Art Gallery. He has won prizes including the Robert De Niro Sr. Prize in Painting, the American Academy of Arts and Letters Art Award and was awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship. Whitney is currently Professor emeritus of painting and drawing at Tyler School of Art, Temple University. Stanley Whitney has been making monotypes and editions at Two Palms since 2016. His monotypes can be found in the collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York.

LOT: 30

EMILY EVELETH ’87

JEE HYE KWON

Eveleth’s work will be featured in a solo museum show at the Zillman Art Museum at the University of Maine, in May 2021. Her paintings have been written about in Bomb Magazine, Art in America, the New Yorker, and the New York Times. She is represented by the Howard Yezerski Gallery in Boston and the Miles McEnery Gallery in New York. Visit: emilyeveleth.com

LOT: 31

PAT MONSON

Double, 2015

LADIES’ VIEW, 1999

Oxidized silver, 18K gold, 14K gold solder, aquamarine, diamond

Collage with watercolor on Eastern paper, collage and drawing

9.5 X 10 X 2.25

58 X 45

$12,000

$5,000

Courtesy of the artist and Mobilia Gallery, Cambridge Jee Hye Kwon earned her BFA from the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York. Inspired by architectural forms and topographical shapes in nature, Kwon aspires to create works which combine the renderings of an architect with the delicate skills of a master jeweler. Employing multiple gages of gold and silver wire in varied tones, the artist’s works are distinguished by their ’see-through-spaces.’ Fluidly interlinked organic forms suggest dynamic movement, especially accentuated by the white and black of silver and Shakudo. Kwon’s work is in the collections of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and the Kamm Teapot Foundation, North Carolina.

Courtesy of the Pat Monson Estate

Prior to beginning her career as a professional artist, Pat Monson received her RN from the University of Minnesota. After moving to Boston in the early 1980s, she began exploring her interest in fine arts. She attended Tufts University, where she received her Bachelor and Master of Fine Arts degrees, and the School of the Museum of Fine Art, Boston, where she earned her Fifth Year Certificate. She spent several years teaching courses on drawing and water-based paint at Tufts University and the School of the Museum of Fine Arts. She was a recipient of the Pratt Fourth International Print Exhibition, Purchase Award, Clarissa Bartlett Traveling Scholarship, and Alumni Award. Pat Monoson’s work is held in a number of corporate and private collections.

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LOT: 100

Silent Auction

CHARLES ARNOLDI

LOT: 101

Ellipse I, 2020, Edition of 30 Woodblock 51 X 45

Archival inkjet print

$7,050

20 X 24

$4,000

Courtesy of the artist, Stoney Road Press, and Harvey Fine Arts

Courtesy of the artist and Gallery Kayafas

Charles (Chuck) Arnoldi is a painter, sculptor and printmaker. Arnoldi’s work is best known for its colorful abstraction, incorporating the use of wood as an expressive medium, often using tree branches and twigs. His longtime friend, architect Frank Gehry has written of him: ’The best art made is intuitive, not overly intellectualized—it is what it is, and it’s got the passion of the artist expressed through whatever materials are used. It comes into existence almost as a surprise. In Chuck’s case, the surprises have been many. They are often essays in beauty and always engaging.’

LOT: 102

DANIEL P. SZABO

Charland earned a BFA in photography from MassArt in 2004, an MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, as a Trustees Fellow, in 2010, and was a participant at the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in 2009. In 2016 Charland received the prestigious Pollock-Krasner Foundation grant in photography. Visit: calebcharland.com

LOT: 103

PAUL ENDRES

Galactic, 2020

Race, 2020

color inkjet print

Oil and acrylic on panel

12 X 16

12 X 12

$300

$1,850

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist and Childs Gallery

Daniel Szabo earned a Master of Engineering, Computer Engineering, at RPI in 1980 and an MFA in photography from MICA in 1999. He has worked as a software engineer, photographer, photographic retail sales, photo color lab technician, movie projectionist, admissions counselor, and academic advisor.

Paul Endres Jr. received his BA from Providence College in 2008 and his MFA from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts in 2011. By referencing the techniques of canonical painters such as Jaques-Louis David and Benjamin West, Endres examines “the absurdity of historical inaccuracies in artwork,” in close detail. Endres taught figure painting at SMFA/Tufts and various painting and drawing courses at the Essex Art Center in Lawrence, MA. He currently teaches at the South Shore Art Center in Cohasset, MA. Endres’s work can be found in many private collections as well as the Grand Rapids Museum of Art in Grand Rapids, MI, and the Philips Memorial Library in Andover, MA. In 2013 Endres received an Emerging Artist Award from the St. Botolph Club Foundation, as well as a Massachusetts Cultural Council Artist Fellowship Award in 2012 and the Springborn Fellowship in 2010. The Boston Globe featured his work in a 2011 article, “High Five: Five Young Artists to Watch.”

Visit: szabolightwave.com

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CALEB CHARLAND ’04

A Color Spectrum with the Rising Sun, Schoodic Peninsula, Acadia National Park, 2019, Edition 1 of 5


LOTS: 100–111

LOT: 104

MATT DEMERS

LOT: 105

Mixed media

Silkscreen on paper

24 X 24

35 X 24.5

$700

$8,065

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist and Pace Prints

Matt Demers (b. 1990) is a visual artist living and working in Gardiner, Maine. He works intuitively and spontaneously using a variety of materials to build dynamic compositions of marks and forms. His work is held in collections of Unity College and the Alfond Center for Health, and was recently exhibited at the Rochester Museum of Fine Arts in Rochester, New Hampshire.

Romare Bearden graduated from NYU with a degree in education. He attended the Art Students League in New York and later, the Sorbonne in Paris. In 1935, Bearden became a weekly editorial cartoonist for the Baltimore Afro-American, which he continued doing until 1937. He is best known for his richly textured collages, two of which appeared on the covers of Fortune and Time magazines in 1968. An innovative artist with diverse interests, Bearden also designed costumes and sets for the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, and programs, sets and designs for Nanette Bearden’s Contemporary Dance Theatre. Bearden was the recipient of many awards and honors throughout his lifetime. He received the Mayor’s Award of Honor for Art and Culture in New York City in 1984 and the National Medal of Arts in 1987.

Visit: mattdemersart.com

LOT: 106

ALYSIA MACAULAY

LOT: 107

MARK DION

The Moon’s Pull, 2018, Edition 1 of 3

Scala Natura, 2008, Edition 33 of 40

Mixed-media photographic collage

Color offset lithograph on paper

18.5 X 15

50.5 X 40

$1,350

$4,200

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist and LeRoy Neiman Center for Print Studies

Alysia Macaulay received a BA in art history from William Smith College, and studied at the International Center of Photography in New York from 2009-2011. Her work was recently featured in a solo exhibition at the LaiSun Keane Gallery. In the spring of 2021 her new collage work will be shown at the LaiSun Keane Gallery, where she is represented.

Mark Dion (b. 1961) was awarded a BFA in 1986 and an honorary doctorate in 2002 from the Hartford Art School of the University of Hartford, CT. He attended the School of Visual Arts, NY from 1983-1984 and the Whitney Museum’s Independent Study Program in 1984-1985. Dion has participated in numerous solo and group exhibitions and his work is represented in the museum collections here and abroad. A notable commissioned work is his permanent outdoor installation and learning lab at the Olympic Sculpture Park made for the Seattle Art Museum. Dion has often focused his artistic investigations on the complex history of the representation of nature, the practice of archeology and the culture of collecting.

Visit: alysiamacaulay.com

LOT: 108

ROMARE BEARDEN

Slave Ship, 1972, Edition 78 of 144

Hi Hello Hi, 2019

YUAN-YUAN WANG ’21

LOT: 109

CHRISTIAN RESTREPO ’15

Autumn, 2020

Bolso de Grapa, 2020

Digital drawing

Linen, blackened stainless steel staples, micro suede, nylon, metal hardware

16 X 11

$380

12 X 13 X 3.5

$400

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist

Yuan-Yuan Wang is a senior international student from Taiwan. Wang showed in MassArt’s AWAY show and All School Show. Wang believes in sharing personal experiences and making them universal.

Christian Restrepo is a Boston-based American/Colombian maker and the architect of SIGILO, a body of work that echoes the ideas of the alchemist. Using unusual and mundane materials, he explores intimate and human emotions through an obsessive, almost ritualistic process, learning to look at things not for what they are, but rather for what they could be. Visit: chrestrepo.com

LOT: 110

COURTNEY STOCK M’17

LOT: 111

LESLIE M.W. GRAFF

Swerve, 2020

on the surface, 2015

Gesso, acrylic, ink, pencil, pigment, paper, vellum

Acrylic on canvas

30 X 22

30 X 40

$1,500

$3,000

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist

Courtney Stock received her MFA from MassArt in 2017. Her work has been shown at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, 2017 Kochi-Muziris Biennale, and in Creating in COVID, an online exhibition curated by Rachel Kay. Stock was an artist-in-residence at the Inside / Out Art Museum in Beijing, China in 2018. She is the founder and director of bosscritt, a critique and club for emerging artists.

Leslie Graff holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees from BYU. Her work has been exhibited at the New Britain Museum of American Art, Cape Cod Museum of Art, Newport Art Museum, Fitchburg Museum of Art, Brownsville Museum of Art, Alexandria Museum of Art, and Danforth Art Museum and is currently featured at the Worcester Art Museum. Her work is in the collection of the Newport Art Museum and Delta Airlines.

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LOT: 112

NONA HERSHEY

LOT: 113

ANNE HARNEY ’11

Domain, 2020

English Yellow Roses, 2020

Watercolor, graphite powder, gouache

Oil on canvas

17.75 X 21

10 X 10

$1,500

$650

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist

Nona Hershy received her MFA from the Tyler School of Art. She had a solo exhibition at Soprafina Gallery, Boston in 2020. Hershey received two Massachusetts Cultural Council Awards. Residency grants include Ballinglen Foundation, Ireland; Ucross Foundation, WY; and MacDowell Colony, NH. Public collections include Metropolitan Museum of Art; Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; Cleveland Museum of Art; Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, and Harvard Art Museum.

Anne Harney is a Boston-based painter who received her BFA with Honors in painting from MassArt. Awards include the George Nick Award, Marcia Lloyd Award, Book Award, Vermont Studio Center Residency and Grant, 2016 and 2019. She is a member of National Association of Women Artists, NYC and MA, Provincetown Art Association and Museum, Fenway Artist Studios and SOWA Artist Guild. She is represented by Eisenhauer Gallery. Visit: anne harney.com

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LOT: 114

IWALANI KALUHIOKALANI ’03

LOT: 115

Conflicted Allegiance, 2019

CATHERINE STACK M’08

Cat’s Cradle, 2010, Edition 4 of 15

Oil on canvas

Intaglio

20 X 24

10 X 11.5

$3,200

$350

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist

Iwalani Kaluhiokalani received a BFA in painting from MassArt in 2003, with Departmental Honors and Distinction. Her work has exhibited at LabCentral of MIT, Bromfield Gallery, Galatea Fine Art, FPAC Gallery, Assemblage Gallery, Transcultural Exchange and Artworks via the Artfare App. She has been recipient of the Lawerence Kupferman award twice and has work in private collections in the US and Europe.

Catherine Stack received her MFA from Massachusetts College of Art and Design and graduated with a BFA from Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design with a focus in printmaking. She currently teaches courses in etching at the Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop where she is also a contract printer. Her etchings and fiber-based works have been shown throughout the country. Visit: catherinestack.com

Visit: iwalanikaluhiokalani.com

LOT: 116

LOT: 118

DON CLAUDE M’22

NATHAN BENTLEY ’13

Latr Regrt, 2019

inkjet print

Oil, acrylic, spray paint on canvas

19 X 12.75

40 X 60

$2,925

$4,750

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist

Don Claude will receive an MFA degree in photography at MassArt. His work was recently exhibited at Emerson Contemporary Media Art Gallery and he is planning on showcasing more of his work in the upcoming year. Don Claude was recently shortlisted for the 11th Kassel Dummy Award 2020 and awarded a MassArt Foundation Scholarship for the academic year.

Nathan Clark Bentley received a BFA from MassArt in 2013. In 2019 he exhibited at SPRING/BREAK Art Show. He contributes as Corporate Program Lending Artist at deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum and his work is held in the Fidelity Investment Corporate Art program. Pending COVID-19 affected programming, Bentley will have his first solo exhibition with Fitchburg Art Museum in the summer of 2021.

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NEDRET ANDRE ’00

LOT: 119

JANET KAWADA ’92

Collecting Samples, 2020

Dreamer, 2020

Oil on canvas

2D felted drawing

24 X 72

11 X 9 X 1

$5,900

$600

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist

Nedret Andre is a contemporary artist in Boston’s SOWA district. She received her BFA in painting at Massachusetts College of Art and Design and her MFA from Maine College of Art. Her work is in the collections of Mount Auburn Hospital, Cape Cod Hospital, and Danvers Bank; and are included in the deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum Corporate Art Loan Program. Two of her paintings are in a Public Arts Collection at Lasell Village.

Janet Kawada received her BFA from Massachusetts College of Art and Design and MFA-VA from Vermont College. She recently retired from MassArt. Her work can be found in collections around the United States, Canada, and Japan, and most recently at the Art Ramble in Concord, MA and along the Riverway in Brookline, MA with Studios without Walls. Kawada is included in the book Artistry in Fiber, Volume 2, Sculpture.

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LOT: 117

Unc.lue & Nana, 2019, Edition 1 of 1

Visit: janetkawada.com


LOTS: 112–127

LOT: 120

CARLY BLAIS ’15

LOT: 121

ANDREW FISH

Air Hugs (Covid Connotation Series), 2020

Fall Fashion, 2020

Gouache on paper

Oil on linen

4X6

17 X 17

$350

$1,800

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist

Carly Blais received a BFA in art education from Massachusetts College of Art and Design in 2015. Her work was recently exhibited at the Beard and Weil Galleries at Wheaton College, and and atac in Framingham, MA.Visit: carlyblais.com

Fish studied at School of Visual Arts, NYC and is the recipient of a 2020 Painting award from Mass Cultural Council. Recent exhibitions include the Painting Center, NYC, Lamont Gallery at Phillips Exeter, and Concord Center for Visual Arts. Solo shows include Childs Gallery, Boston, Framingham State University, and 621 Gallery in Tallahassee. Fish currently teaches at MassArt and College of Art and Design, Lesley University. Visit: andrewfish.art

LOT: 122

CRYSTALLE LACOUTURE

LOT: 123

Narcissus, 2020

MEHMET KRAJA M’18

Unease, 2007

Oil on canvas

Oil on canvas

34 X 28

18 X 26

$2,200

$2,100

Courtesy of the artist and bk projects

Courtesy of the artist

Crystalle Lacouture is an artist based in Boston, MA. She received her BS in Fine Arts from Skidmore College in 2000. Recent exhibitions of her work include Drive-By Projects, Room 83 Spring, One Mile Gallery, Isenberg Projects and Jameson & Thompson. She works with bk projects in Watertown and has had recent curatorial projects at Tourists Hotel and the Beehive.

Mehmet Kraja was born in Shkoder, Albania. He received his BFA in painting from Higher Institute of Fine Arts, Tirane, Albania in 1991 and his MAT in art education from MassArt in 2018. He currently teaches art at Boston College High School. His work has been shown locally and nationally. In his work he often uses metaphors and symbols to convey meaning and to provoke the viewers’ imagination.

Visit: crystallelacouture.com

LOT: 124

LILIANA PORTER

LOT: 125

Flood Series, Buried Tree, 2016, Edition 1 of 1

Lithograph-collage with sound

U hand painted screen print

29.25 X 21.5

12 X 18

$3,300

$900

Courtesy of the artist and Krakow Witkin Gallery

Courtesy of the artist Jenn Wood received an MFA from UMass Dartmouth in 2014 and a BFA from MassArt in 2008. Recent exhibitions include International Center of Photography, NYC, Lenscratch online gallery, and Kentler International Drawing Space Flat Files Brooklyn. She has received the C-Scape Dune Shack and Plumbing Museum residencies. Collections include LA Center for Digital Art and New Britain Museum of American Art.

Liliana Porter works in various mediums including printmaking, works on canvas, photography, video, installations, and public art projects. Porter was awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship in 1980, three New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowships (1985, 1996, 1999), the Mid Atlantic/NEA Regional Fellowship (1994) and seven PSC- CUNY research awards (from 1994 to 2004). Porter was a professor at Queens College, City University of New York, from 1991 to 2007. Her work has been shown nationally and internationally and is represented in many public and private collections.

LOT: 126

JENN WOOD ’08

Oh!, 2011, Edition 29 of 50

DEB PUTNAM ’78

Just Another Memory, 2020

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LOT: 127

EDIE NADELHAFT ’95

Biometric Self-Portrait (Iris No. 3), 2019

Oil on board

Oil, canvas and MDF, gold leaf

18 X 24

26 DIAMETER

$1,400

$5,200

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist

Deb received a BFA in painting from MassArt. Her work most recently was exhibited in the 2020 North River Arts Focus on Figure juried show. Her work is held in the collections of various private owners across the United States.

Edie Nadelhaft received a BFA from Massachusetts College of Art and Design. Exhibitions include Evening in America (solo, Lyons Wier Gallery, NYC 2020), Surface Tension (solo, William Scott Gallery, Provincetown, 2016) and Contemporary Realism Biennial (Fort Wayne Museum of Art, 2014). Her work is in the permanent collection of The Ford Foundation. She received The Edward F. Albee Foundation Fellowship (2020).

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Interior Design: Wesley Moon, Inc Photography: William Waldron Visit: edienadelhaft.com

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LOT: 128

LOT: 130

HILLARY BABICK

LOT: 129

Lola’s Loans. El Paso, TX., 2018, Edition 1 of 15

oil on linen

archival pigment print

14 X 11

9 X 12

$800

$1,200

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist

Hillary Babick’s oil and gouache paintings of friends, family, and strangers from Instagram explore themes of private vs. public personas, sleep, and the daily life of millennials trying to figure it out. She is currently working on a body of work exploring the important self care pastime, the cosmetic face mask selfie. She received a BFA from Boston University and has exhibited regionally.

Yoav Horesh is an artist and an educator born in Jerusalem and living in Boston. He received his BFA from MassArt and his MFA from Columbia University in 2005. Horesh has recently exhibited his work at deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum, Gallery Kayafas, and UNH Museum of Art. His work is included in private and public collections including the Addison Gallery for American Art and The Fitchburg Art Museum.

Visit: hillarybabick.com

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BLANE DE ST. CROIX ’79

LOT: 131

Movable Landscape, 2020

WILL CLOSE ’21

Chasm, (Constructed Illusions of Distant Nature Series), 2019, Edition 1 of 3

Ink, paint, mixed colored flocking, and print 13.5 X 16.5

Foam board, cement, plaster, acrylic paint, steel nails

$800

26 X 24 X 4

$850

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist

De St. Croix received an MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art and his BFA from MassArt. In 2020, he had a solo exhibit at Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art. He is the recipient of a John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship; Lee Krasner Award for Lifetime Achievement; Joan Mitchell Foundation Grant for Painters and Sculptors; Brian Wall Grant for Sculptors; and a Pollock-Krasner Foundation grant.

Will Close will receive a degree in painting from MassArt in 2021 and studied at Montserrat College of Art from 2017-19. He recently exhibited at Area Code as well as in The Color of Fruition at House of Venus . Will was a Yale Norfolk School of Art 2020 summer residency finalist (canceled due to Covid-19). His work is held in private collections domestically and internationally.

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LOT: 132

YOAV HORESH ’03

Untitled, 2020

LEENA CHO ’18

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LOT: 133

NAVID HAGHIGHIMOOD M’19

Offset View, 2020

Index, 2018, Edition of 4

Oil on wood

Archival pigment print

6.5 X 8

21 X 14

$2,200

$1,000

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist

Leena Cho is a Korean-American artist based in Boston. Her work is a study, yet also a play, and fluidly exists between dualities such as abstraction and realism. She received a BFA in painting from MassArt in 2018. Her work has been shown in the Boston exhibitions, Forms of Expressions, Lines of Korea, and Cultural Context.

Navid is an artist and educator currently based in Boston. He holds an MFA in photography from Massachusetts College of Art and Design. His work was recently exhibited at Fort Point Art and Aviary Gallery. He has been a multi-year recipient of Dean’s scholarship and teaching fellowships from Massachusetts College of Art and Design and was a Visiting Artist at Institute of Contemporary Art Boston.

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LOT: 134

DOREEN EVANGELINE

British Smile, 2020

LOT: 135

JORDAN KESSLER ’01 M’13

Acrylic on wood panel

Negative Side, Battery Protrusion No.16, 2020, Edition 1 of 5

24 X 36 X 1.5

Archival pigment print mounted to aluminum

$2,500 Courtesy of the artist Doreen Evangeline earned a BS in marketing from Bentley University and is a licensed cosmetologist. Her work has been included in juried exhibitions and was most recently shown at the Fitchburg Art Museum and the Small Stones Art Festival.

41.5 X 33

$2,400 Courtesy of the artist Jordan Kessler was born, works, and resides in Massachusetts. His latest exhibition was at Laisun Keane Gallery in July 2020 entitled What We Had On Hand. His work varies from landscape to still life. Visit: jordankessler.com

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LOTS: 128–140

2021 AUCTION COMMISSION LOT 136: DAPHNE CONFAR

Portrait Sitting Commission Oil on panel 10 x 16

$2,000 Courtesy of the artist and Gallery Kayafas

The artist will work with the winners of this commission to produce a portrait painting of them from life. The process will include a one to two hour, safe, and socially distanced sitting with the artist, during which she will put down a black and white underpainting sketch. She will then capture a number of photographs of her subjects, and will use them to complete the painting in her studio. Date of commission to occur at a mutually agreed upon time within one year of the Auction.

Daphne received her MFA from Boston University in 2000. She shows with Gallery Kayafas in Boston, William Scott Gallery in Provincetown, and will be showing at Nordiska Galleriet in Stockholm, Sweden as soon as the pandemic is over. Currently she is in a virtual group show Making Waves at Rice Polak Gallery. She has been the recipient of the Ballinglen Arts Foundation Residency. Her work is in many corporate and private collections. Visit: DaphneConfar.com

LOT: 137

EMI OZAWA

LOT: 138

Nine Squares, 2016

EILEEN WAGNER ’94 M’10

Cascade, 2010

Acrylic on mahogany

Monotype

10 X 10

22 X 17

$2,400

$750

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist

Emi Ozawa received a BFA from University of the Arts in 1989 and an MFA in Furniture Design from Rhode Island School of Design in 1992. She exhibited at New Mexico Museum of Art in 2019 and her solo show will be at Micheko Galerie, Munich, Germany this fall. Public collections include The Albuquerque Museum and Fidelity Investments. Her work is represented by Richard Levy Gallery, Albuquerque, NM.

Eileen Wagner received a BFA and MSAE from MassArt. She has exhibited in Boston and New England, including JP Open Studios since 1995, and Rice/Polak Gallery in Provincetown from 1999 - 2014. She has been artist-in-residence in many locations including Kala Institute in Berkeley, California, Anam Cara in Ireland, Scuola Internazionale diGrafica in Venice, Italy and Sewon ArtSpace in Yogyakarta. Visit: eileenwagner.com

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LOT: 139

PELLE CASS

LOT: 140

NICK PETERSON-DAVIS

Futures Friday Court 4, Cloudy (Balls), 2018/2020

Summer Garden, 2020

Inkjet print on heavy matte rag paper

48 X 36

13 X 19

$3,950

$1,000 Courtesy of the artist and Abigail Ogilvy Gallery

Oil on canvas

Courtesy of the artist

Pelle Cass is a photographer from Brookline, MA. He has exhibited at the George Eastman House, the Albright Knox Gallery, the New Mexico Museum of Art, and the Metamorf Biennial for Art and Technology in Norway, and has presented shows at Stux Gallery, Gallery Kayafas, and the Houston Center for Photography.

Nick Peterson-Davis completed many continuing education classes at MassArt, and received a BSBA from Northeastern University, a BSN from Pace University, and an MSN from Framingham State University. His work was most recently shown at Stewart Clifford Gallery, Provincetown, MA and Studio 201 in SOWA. His work is held in collections from England to the US.

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LOT: 141

LOT: 143

EMILY SHEFFER ’15

LOT: 142

Layered Paths II, 2018, Edition AP

Archival inkjet print

Woodcut

15 X 12

36 X 28

$400

$1,300

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist

Emily Sheffer is a fine art photographer and founder of Dust Collective. She earned her BFA in photography with departmental honors from MassArt in 2015. In 2017, she founded Dust Collective, a handmade photography book publisher. Maine Media Workshops recently invited Emily to be their 2019 book-artist-in-residence. She is currently earning her MFA from The University of Hartford.

Andrew Stearns received a BFA in printmaking and history of art from MassArt. His work was recently exhibited at the Jamaica Plain Library and in the Boston Printmaker’s Traveling Flat File. His recent prints are an investigation into a wandering mind. The prints embody layers of memories and scenery from days walking the Camino de Santiago, a 500-mile pilgrimage trail in Spain.

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PETER RAIMONDI ’77

LOT: 144

Sun Distracted, Santa Fe, 1998, 1998, Edition 7 of 15

Display, 2019 19 X 25

8.5 X 8.5

$1,800

$700

Courtesy of the artist and 13Forest Gallery

Courtesy of the artist

Mike Ryczek received his BFA from Montserrat College of Art. He recently had his first solo exhibition at 13Forest Gallery and will have work shown at Buckham Gallery in an exhibition juried by arts writer John Seed in 2021. His work was shown at the Danforth Art Museum and has been featured in Art Maze Magazine and by the Jealous Curator. BOOOOOOOM has twice given Ryczek their Editor’s Pick award.

Peter Raimondi is a Florida-based entrepreneur and artist born in Massachusetts in 1955. He received his JD in 1983 and BA in 1980 from Boston University after attending MassArt. While at MassArt, he majored in photography and studied under and worked alongside Aaron Siskind, Harry Callahan, Gary Winogrand, and Nicholas Nixon. After receiving his law degree Raimondi’s career focused on estate planning and wealth management and providing protection and representation of artists and entertainers. His work has been featured in two solo shows in Boston and Washington College, MD, as well as many group shows in New England and Florida. Visit: peterjraimondi.com

MATTHEW CRONIN ’13

MIKE RYCZEK Oil on wood panel (framed)

silver gelatin print

LOT: 145

ANDREW STEARNS ’13

Grecian vase with agate, 2020, Edition 1 of 3

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LOT: 146

Dwelling #13, 2020

HALIE SMITH M’20

Top of Mount Wachusett, 2019

Archival inkjet print mounted to dibond

Oil on panel

41 X 51

4X8

$6,500

$450

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist

Matthew Cronin received an MFA in studio art from the University of Texas at Austin (2019) as well as BFA in photography from MassArt (2013). His work was recently exhibited at the NARS Foundation, The Ogden Museum of Southern Art, and ICOSA Gallery. He has received the Roy Crane Award in Visual Art and was a resident at the NARS Foundation and will attend the Wassaic Project Residency in 2021.

Halie is a figurative oil painter and sculptor from central MA. She obtained her masters degree in 2D painting at MassArt in 2020. Halie is an assistant art teacher at The Worcester Art Museum and firefighter on the Spencer Fire Department. She has been represented in galleries in her hometown of Spencer, MA through the Massasoit Art Guild, long with Arts Worcester.

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LOT: 147

MORGAN HALE ’14

Checkerboard I, 2020

LOT: 148

SIRARPI HEGHINIAN-WALZER

Shadow Games, 2019

Linen and plaster

Mixed media on paper

18 X 18

22 X 18

$950

$900

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist

Morgan Hale is a New York City-based artist and weaver. She received a degree in fibers from Massachusetts College of Art and Design. Her work has been exhibited in Boston, San Francisco, and New York City.

Sirarpi Heghinian-Walzer received MS and MA degrees from Boston University and Berlin Akademie for the Arts. Her work was recently exhibited at Cove Gallery in Wellfleet, MA, and Gallery Z in Providence, RI. Her work will also be shown at Concord Center for Visual Arts in 2021. Her work is held in the collections of Brigitte Boyajian, Ruth Soybel, and Rudelle-Arnaud among others.

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LOTS: 141–156

LOT: 149

LOT: 151

DIANE HORTON ’77

LOT: 150

MARY ALICE TREWORGY ’58

A Sense of Place, 2019

Fish Beach, 1993, Edition 5 of 100

Stoneware, underglaze and glaze

Giclée Print

10.5 X 10.5 X 1.25

19.5 X 19.5

$300

$400

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist

Diane Horton received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Massachusetts College of Art and Design. Her work was recently exhibited at Deer Isle Art Association, Deer Isle, Maine. She is a recipient of the Massachusetts Arts Cultural Council and the Polaroid Foundation grants. She holds a Master’s Degree from Fitchburg State College and is Adjunct Professor at Framingham State University.

Mary Alice Treworgy received a BFA from Massachusetts College of Art and Design. Her work was recently exhibited at the Lupine Gallery and Archipelago. She has been a recipient of three two-week residencies at the Vermont Studio Center. Her work is held in the collections of the Portland Museum of Art and MBNA.

EMMA SATTLER ’21

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LOT: 152

SARAH DOLAN ’09

Conversation III, 2020

Red Cow, 2020

Monotype

Color pencil on paper

17 X 14

5X7

$250

$300

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist

Emma Sattler will receive a BFA from Massachusetts College of Art and Design in 2021. Her work has been shown in the Printmaking Department All School Show at MassArt.

Sarah Dolan received a BFA from MassArt and an MFA from George Mason University. Her work was recently exhibited at Spilt Milk Gallery in Scotland, SDAC in Virginia, the University of Texas Rio Grande, Adah Rose Gallery in Maryland, and Second State Press in Pennsylvania. She has been in residence at the Lorton Workhouse Arts Center in Virginia, Kunstnerhuset i Lofoten in Norway, and ARiM. Visit: sarahdolanart.com

LOT: 153

BETSY SILVERMAN

LOT: 154

Marathon Sheriff, 2017

ON-KYEONG SEONG

Color Burst I, 2020

Recycled magazines and resin

Machine stitching, oil and mixed media

40 X 30

28 X 22

$3,800

$2,000

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist and Kingston Gallery

Betsy Silverman graduated from Cornell and earned a master’s degree from RISD. Most recently, her work was the subject of a solo show at the Edgewater Gallery (Vermont) and was included in the Illuminations exhibit of Gallery Twist (Lexington, MA). Betsy’s artwork has been featured in numerous publications, including Artscope Magazine, Venü Magazine, and New England Monthly Magazine.

On-Kyeong Seong received an MFA from SMFA atTufts University. On-Kyeong’s work was recently exhibited at Kingston Gallery, Coastal Contemporary Gallery and many others. She has been a recipient of the Circle Foundation for the Arts Award. Her work is held in the collections of Coastal Contemporary Gallery and many private collectors. Visit: onkyeong.com

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LOT: 155

DONALD BAECHLER

Abstract Composition with Flower I, II, and III, 2013, Edition 15 of 20 Set of three, stenciled and pigmented, on handmade paper 14 X 11

LOT: 156

CHERISH SPRINGER ’21

Grocery Store Lobster 2, 2020 Acrylic on canvas 16 X 20

$400

$6,655

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist and Pace Prints

Cherish Springer will receive a BFA from Massachusetts College of Art and Design in 2021. She is a recipient of the The Morton R. Godine Travel Fellowship.

As a second-generation Pop artist, Baechler’s paintings and prints are a reflection of a passion for collecting pop images and objects. Combining these images with his own uninhibited style of painting, Baechler creates what he calls an “illusion of history.” Baechler studied at the Maryland Institute, College of Art (Baltimore), Cooper Union (New York), and the Staatliche Hochschule für bildende Künste, “Staedelschule” (Frankfurt am Main, Germany). His work is in the collections of The Museum of Modern Art, The Whitney Museum of American Art, The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles and The Centre George Pompidou, Musée National d’Art Moderne, Paris among other institutions worldwide.

Visit: cherishspringer.com

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2021 MASSART AUCTION

LOT: 157

LOT: 158

LYDIA M KINNEY ’14

RANDY HARBIN M’96

Living Room, 2019

Kind of hard on Franklin’s ego, 2020

Acrylic on panel

Charcoal, coffee, acrylic, bees wax on paper

20 X 21

22 X 15

$700

$400

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist

Lydia Kinney received a BFA in painting from Massachusetts College of Art and Design in 2014. Her work was recently exhibited at Six Bridges Gallery in Maynard, MA, and will be shown at the Firehouse Center for the Arts in Newburyport. Her work is held in collections in the US and internationally.

Randy Harbin received his MFA from Massachusetts College of Art and Design in 1996. His work was recently exhibited at the Attleboro Art Museum. Visit: randyharbin.com

Visit: lydiamkinney.com

LOT: 159

CHRISTINE VAILLANCOURT

LOT: 160

Trapezium IV, 2020

MARY KOCOL

Acrylic polymer medium on wood

The Photographer’s Garden on July 1, 2018, 2018, Edition AP of 8

48 X 36

Archival inkjet print

$4,500

34.5 X 23

$2,300

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist and Gallery NAGA

Vaillancourt received a BA from UNC, 1972; MA from RISD, 1975. Her work is presently showing at Dean Day Gallery, Houston. In 2018, Vaillancourt was selected by the MBTA to create large-scale glass art for the outdoor elevator at the new Ball Square station, Somerville, to be installed in 2021. Among her corporate clients are Bank of Montreal, Biogen IDEC, Tokyo Millennium, and Hale and Dorr LLP.

Mary Kocol’s work draws upon themes of the garden, landscape, and the seasons. Kocol creates botanical ice tablets. The blossoms are collected from her garden as well as gardens of friends and family, frozen into ice and photographed in sunlight to become fanciful and ethereal constructions. Blooms and ice are temporary; the photograph becomes the permanent art object – the record that they once briefly existed. Her work is in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art, New York; the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; the J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles; and the Victoria and Albert Museum. She’s a recipient of the Guggenheim Fellowship and several Massachusetts Local Cultural Council grants. Mary Kocol is represented by Gallery NAGA in Boston, MA

Visit: christinevaillancourt.com

2021 AUCTION COMMISSION LOT 161: CHELSEA REVELLE ’07

Embroidered Personal Photograph Commission Fiber Art/Embroidery 12 X 16

$950 Courtesy of the artist The winner of this commission will provide the artist with a high-resolution digital photograph (200 dpi minimum), and the artist will transfer it onto a cotton canvas, and embellish it with unique embroidered designs. Final images will measure 12 x 16 inches, stretched onto wooden support within a simple black or white wooden frame, wired and ready to hang. The completion of this commission will require a minimum of six weeks.

Chelsea Revelle received a BFA from Massachusetts College of Art and Design and later achieved her MS in Nonprofit Leadership from Wheelock College. Her work examines themes of home and the psychological impact of domesticity. It has been exhibited at Fuller Craft Museum, Nichols House Museum, Fountain Street Gallery and featured in Creative Quarterly, Create Magazine, Fresh Paint, Jealous Curator, Boston Hassle, and ArtScope. Visit: chelsearevelle.com

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LOTS: 157–169

LOT: 162

MARINA THOMPSON

LOT: 163

MARLOWE THORNDIKE

Garden Dance, 2018

Men Framed, 2017, Edition 1 of 10

Ink, beeswax, oil, flashe, pencil on heavy cotton paper

Photography

21 X 15

20 X 30

$1,200

$600

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist

Marina Thompson received a BA in art education from Antioch College, studied industrial design at RISD, illustration at the Art Institute of Boston, and weaving with indigenous Indians in Uruapan, Mexico. Her artwork is in the collection of Anne and Graham Gund, and many other collectors. She has created two rooms for the Miami Children’s museum and is represented by Gallery Twist in Lexington, MA.

Marlowe Thorndike has been seeing the world through a camera lens since she was in grade school and fell in love with the magic of the darkroom as a teen. She studied photography at Parsons in Paris, with Amy Arbus at the Maine Workshops and with Anna Mia Davidson in Cuba. She has a particular interest in photojournalism and street photography. She holds an MPH from Harvard and MALD from Tufts.

Visit: marinathompson.com

LOT: 164

JOSEPHINE BURR

LOT: 165

LIAM J MAHONEY ’19

The floating world, 2017

over hedge, 2019, Edition 1 of 5

Ceramic, stain, gouache, pencil, encaustic, cold wax

Ink collage digital manipulation print

18 X 18 X 3

22 X 15

$2,200

$700

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist

Josephine Burr received her MFA in Ceramics from UMass Dartmouth and a BA from Earlham College. Her work has been exhibited internationally; upcoming exhibitions include Cavin-Morris Gallery (NY), Cape Cod Museum of Art, The Clay Studio (Philadelphia). Residencies include the Reykjavik School of Art (Iceland), Watershed Center for Ceramic Arts (ME), Haystack (ME) and Greenwich House Pottery (NY).

Liam Mahoney received his degree from MassArt in 2019. His work has been featured in the Society of Illustrators New York (student show), 3X3 magazine for contemporary illustrators, and most recently featured within Creative Quarterly. Liam currently works as a local illustrator and educator in Boston. Visit: lmillustration.com

Visit: josephineburr.com

LOT: 166

ROBERT COPPOLA

LOT: 167

SUE OEHME

Jolly, 2020, Edition 6 of 20

Peek on the Other Side 6, 2020

Digital archival print

Oil monoprint with colored pencil

17 X 21

32 X 26

$1,000

$2,380

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist and Oehme Graphics

Robert Coppola received a Bachelor’s in architecture from Catholic University, and an MFA from Cornell University. His work was recently exhibited at Hill Memorial Library, Louisiana State University, and The Library of Congress. He has been awarded the MassArt Faculty Fellowship. His work is held in the collections of The Library of Congress, Boston Public Library, Louisiana State University, and Boston University.

Sue Oehme lives and works in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, where she operates her fine print studio, Oehme Graphics. Her work is represented in Denver by Space Gallery, and in New York City by Jim Kempner Fine Art. For the past two years, she has been working on a series of unique monoprints of various sizes which incorporate fractured solar plates, copper etching plates, found objects, recycled materials, and ephemera which are a visual representation of our super-charged multi-faceted existence. Her pieces evoke stained glass, city scapes, circuit boards, and architectural structures, among other things.

Visit: robertcoppola.com

Visit: Oehmegraphics.com

LOT: 168

KAILEY COPPENS ’20

LOT: 169

KAREN MCEACHERN-CASS M’93

Interior #3, 2020

Meditations on Water II, 2020

Glass, vinyl, fabric, acrylic paint, thread

Oil on panel

15.5 X 12.5

24 X 16

$400

$2,400

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist

Kailey Coppens received a BFA in painting and Studio for Interrelated Media from MassArt. Her work was recently exhibited at the Velir Corporation, Godine Gallery and the Massachusetts College of Art Design All School Show. She is a recipient of the Marcia Lloyd Auction Award.

Karen McEachern Cass received her MFA in painting from MassArt in 1993. Her paintings have won awards including “Best in Show” at the South Shore Art Center’s Land and Sea exhibition. Her work was recently selected for Art and Activism organized by the National Association of Women Artists. Her work has been displayed at the Art Complex Museum in Duxbury, MA, and is held in many collections.

Visit: kaileypage96.myportfolio.com

Visit: karencass.org

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2021 MASSART AUCTION

LOT: 170

DAVID ALTMEJD

LOT: 171

KENNETH FITZGERALD ’83 M’96

Ringers (Y.L.), 2014, Edition 28 of 30

Liquid Color, 2018

Intaglio with pigmented inkjet, collage, and hand additions

Offset lithography, inkjet print 18 X 14

$400

26 X 19

$2,200

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist and LeRoy Neiman Center for Print Studies

Kenneth FitzGerald is twice an alumnus of MassArt, with an undergraduate degree in ceramics (1983) and graduate degree in design (1996). His work is in public and private collections primarily in New England and New York, and has artist books in the Franklin Furnace/Museum of Modern Art/ Artists Books collection.

David Altmejd (b. 1974, Montreal, Canada) is a sculptor who lives and works in New York. He received an MFA from Columbia University in 2001. Altmejd’s work has been the subject of a major retrospective at the Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, which travelled to the Mudam Luxembourg and the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal and is in numerous public collections including the Art Gallery of Ontario, the Dallas Museum of Art, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, and the Whitney Museum of American Art.

Visit: ephemeralstates.com

Visit: davidaltmejd.com

LOT: 172

IRENA ROMAN

LOT: 173

FAISAL WARSANI

Waterfront Diners, 2010

Desire, 2020

Transparent Watercolor

Acrylic

15 X 22

12 X 9

$3,000

$750

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist

Irena Roman received an MFA from Syracuse University. Her work was recently included in the 2020 American Watercolor Society’s Annual International Exhibition and traveling show. In 2020 she received the Kenneth R. Herzel Award from the Transparent Watercolor Society of America and the Savenor Award from the New England Watercolor Society. Her work is in many public and private collections.

Faisal Warsani received a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Texas at Austin. His work was recently exhibited at Nahcotta, for their latest Enormous Tiny Art show and will be shown at Nahcotta and Antler Gallery once again, in early 2021. His work is collected internationally. Visit: faisalwarsani.com

Visit: irenaroman.com

LOT: 174

KEIRA KOTLER

LOT: 175

Between the Sea and Sky 16, 2019, Edition 1 of 3

LOT: 176

SUSAN BUNBURY M’87

Alter Egos III, 1990

Pigment print on aluminum

Monoprint

24 X 24

35.5 X 28

$2,750

$300

Courtesy of the artist and Gallery NAGA

Courtesy of the artist

Keira Kotler 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 Boston, California, Santa Fe and New York. Kotler’s Between the Sea and Sky series features abstract close-ups of the natural world—elusive moments that are impossible to pin down. Kotler is represented by Gallery NAGA in Boston, MA.

Susan Bunbury has a master’s degree in printmaking from MassArt and bachelor degrees in both painting and in art history from the University of Georgia. She has been based in the Boston area since graduating from MassArt in 1987 and has pursued a successful professional career as a graphic designer working for companies such as Fidelity and PTC.

JIM KEEVAN

Visit: susanbunbury.com

LOT: 177

TARA SELLIOS

Untitled, 2019

Processio, 2019, Edition 1 of 5

Markers and pen on paper

Archival inkjet print

18 X 21

25 X 25

$600

$2,830

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist and Gallery Kayafas

Jim Keevan, a former personal trainer, always enjoyed drawing as a kid. He was encouraged to continue to do more art work. He has had drawings in the last two MassArt Auctions and both have sold. Still new to all this, he continues to make new work and hopes to make more sales. Geometric shapes are his favorite pieces to draw and most of his work is done with markers and pens.

Tara Sellios received a BFA in photography/art history from The Art Institute of Boston. Her work has been recently exhibited at Gallery Kayafas (Boston) and Hangar Art Center (Brussels). She is a two time Massachusetts Cultural Council fellowship winner and a Mass MoCA Assets for Artists grant recipient. Her work is part of the permanent collection of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Visit: tarasellios.com

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LOTS: 170–185

LOT: 178

LOT: 180

PETER VANDERWARKER

LOT: 179

MICHAEL ZACHARY M’08

South End Boston, 2007, Edition of 10

Heron, 2019

Type C print

Ink on paper

40 X 27

17.5 X 16.5

$3,475

$1,800

Courtesy of the artist and Gallery NAGA

Courtesy of the artist

Peter Vanderwarker was a Loeb Fellow at Harvard University in 1997 and earned a Bachelor of Architecture from 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 photographs are in the collections of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and the Addison Gallery of American Art. In 2009 the Boston Athenaeum presented Vanderwarker’s Pantheon: Minds and Matter in Boston, an exhibition of portraits of iconic buildings and pivotal people. Peter Vanderwarker is represented by Gallery NAGA in Boston, MA.

Michael received his MFA from MassArt in 2008 and has been a recipient of support from The Josef and Anni Albers Foundation, The Berkshire-Taconic Foundation, and Massachusetts Cultural Council. In the past year he has exhibited at European Gallery (Boston), Area Gallery (Boston), Shelter in Place Gallery (Boston), Cost Annex (Boston), and at Room 68 in Provincetown, MA.

DAVY FIVEASH

Visit: drawsoftly.com

LOT: 181

Flowers on a Reclaimed Studio Cabinet Door, 2019

JULIAN LORBER ’05

Line Fall Study, 2018 Acrylic medium and paint, resin on panel

Oil on board

10 X 8

24 X 16

$1,400

$850

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist

Julian Lorber received his BFA from MassArt in 2005. His recent exhibitions include Danese Corey: ABSTRACTION: HOT AND COOL, 01/17/20 - 2/22/20, New York, NY. His work is in many private collections in the US and Europe.

Davy Fiveash received an MFA from San Francisco Art Institute. His work was recently exhibited at the Crocker Museum and Archival Gallery in Sacramento. He has been a recipient of the Fred Ball Memorial Fund Grant for Artists in Crisis, and recently won first place/drawing in the UArt Open, first place/still life at the KVIE Art Auction. His work is held in the collection of Dr. Richard Marshall.

Visit: julianlorber.com

Visit: fiveashart.com

LOT: 182

JOHANNA EVANS ’97

LOT: 183

Studio Horizon (sunrise/sunset), 2016, Edition 3 of 5

On and On #91, 2020 Oil monoprint diptych with stencils

Archival inkjet print

39.5 X 27

5 X 7.5

$2,755

$350

Courtesy of the artist and Oehme Graphics

Courtesy of the artist

Taiko Chandler lives and works in Denver, CO. She was born and raised in Nagano, Japan, and was originally trained as a nurse. Today, she works primarily in printmaking and, more recently, site-specific installation art. Her work has been exhibited in Colorado (most recently a solo show at Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art), Texas, and New Mexico, as well as at numerous print fairs throughout the U.S. Her work is in private and public collections in Japan and the U.S., including the Cleveland Clinic Art Program, the University of Colorado Denver Business School, the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (NY), and Denver Art Museum (Education Collection).

Johanna Evans received a BFA from MassArt in ’97 and an MFA from School of Visual Art in ’03. Her work was recently included in the SVA MFA alumni film festival, as well as Tete, Berlin and Site:Brooklyn. She has been awarded artist residencies at PICTURE BERLIN and Starry Night, among others. Her work is held in private collections nationally and internationally. Visit: johannaevansstudio.com

LOT: 184

TAIKO CHANDLER

STELLA EBNER

LOT: 185

JEAN SBARRA JONES

Farewell Dinner, 2017, Edition of 10

Majesty, 2018

Twelve-color lithograph

Acrylic on panel

34 X 26

30 X 30 X 2

$2,865

$2,800

Courtesy of the artist and Tamarind Institute

Courtesy of the artist and Alpha Gallery

Stella Ebner received her MFA in printmaking from Rhode Island School of Design in 2006. She is Associate Professor of Printmaking at Purchase College, New York. Exhibitions of her work include: the Bronx Museum of Arts, NY; Cade Tompkins Projects, Providence, RI; Field Projects, NY; International Print Center New York; The Print Center, Philadelphia, PA; and SFMOMA Artists Gallery, CA. Ebner has held residencies at MI-LAB in Lake Kawaguchi, Japan; Tamarind Institute; Lower East Side Printshop, NYC; Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts Studio Program, NYC; The Creative Art Initiative, Buffalo, NY; and Kala Art Institute, Berkeley, CA.

Jean Sbarra Jones received an MFA from Boston University. Her work was recently exhibited In a solo exhibition at Alpha Gallery. She has been the recipient of several grants from the Vermont Studio Center. Her work is held in many private collections including the late color field painter, Kenneth Noland. Visit: jeansbarrajones.com

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2021 MASSART AUCTION

LOT: 186

SHARON BERKE

LOT: 187

3 Interiors (Triptych), 2020

JUNE AUGUST

Greta Thunberg The Scream of NatureTurquoise Orange, 2020, Variable Edition

Acrylic on board 8 X 8 EACH (SET OF 3)

Unique silkscreen

$825

47.5 X 31.5

$2,250

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist

Sharon Berke received a BFA in painting and printmaking from Kent State University in Kent, Ohio. Her work was recently exhibited in the 2020 National Prize Show, juried by Sharon Butler, at the Cambridge Art Association in Cambridge, MA, and at the Stay Home Gallery-- virtually @stayhomegallery, and at the Stay Home Gallery Residency in Paris, TN. Her work is held in private collections.

June August received an MFA in 2006 from Tufts/School of Museum of Fine Arts Boston. Her work, RBG Pink, was recently exhibited at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston. She was awarded, shortlisted, for The Young Master’s Art Prize Exhibition 2019, Pall Mall, London and also at North American Print Biennial, MA. Her work is held in the collections of the MFA, Boston, and Royal Museum of Art, Antwerp.

Visit: sharonberke.com

Visit: facebook.com/june.august.artist

LOT: 188

PAULA WILSON

LOT: 189

Waiting, 2020

Reduction woodcut from 2 blocks on white Somerset Satin paper

Acrylic glazes on canvas

30 X 22

$1,200

40 X 30

$2,650

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist and MassArt’s Master Print Series

Cameron received a Master of Architecture in Urban Design from Harvard University. He began his career as an apprentice to Frank Gehry, teaching design and theory at Harvard, RISD and MIT, and spending several years as a consulting architect before turning to painting. His work was recently exhibited at Webster and Company and the Patricia Ladd Carega Gallery.

Mixed-media artist Paula Wilson enlists an extensive range of techniques to create her hybrid works. Using sculpture, collage, painting, installation, and printmaking methods such as silkscreen, lithography, and woodblock, Wilson explores perceptions of light, form, and the body in space. Equally multifaceted as her densely layered collages is her subject matter and vast expanse of inspirations, drawn from cultural histories, identities, and an exploration of various female personas.

LOT: 190

CAMERON BYRON ROBERTS

Life’s Sound Track, 2012, Edition of 27

KELLEY HARWOOD ’09

Visit: CameronByronRoberts.com

LOT: 191

Cinnamon Bun, 2020

LISA HOUCK

Chittering and Chattering, 2018, Edition of 10

Graphite on paper

Linoleum block print

14.5 X 17.5

36 X 24

$500

$1,900

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist

Kelley Harwood received her MFA in painting from Boston University in 2020 and BFA from MassArt in 2009. Her work was recently exhibited at Ortega y Gasset Projects in Brooklyn and the Stone Gallery at Boston University.

Lisa Houck studied printmaking at RISD, and received her BFA in 1975. She joined the Experimental Etching Studio in Boston shortly after graduation. In 1989, Houck graduated from SMFA/Tufts University with an MFA in painting. Lisa Houck works with color and pattern to create complex, imaginative landscapes. She is inspired by the natural world and has shown extensively throughout New England.

Visit: kelleyharwood.com

Visit: lisahouck.com

LOT: 192

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KATRINA MAJKUT

LOT: 193

DAVID W. HAAS ’80

Creating the World You Want, 2016

Facades, Boston, MA, 1980

Suminagashi, acrylic and paper mounted on birch panel

B&W silver gelatin print

14 X 14

12.5 X 15.75

$550

$1,200

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist

Katrina Majkut received an MFA degree from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts. Her work was recently exhibited at Smack Mellon, Victori + Mo, Arsenal, and Dorsky Gallery. Majkut exhibits nationally in commercial and in college galleries. In 2022, she will be in the Bronx Museum Biennial as an AIM fellow. In 2021, she is the social practice art resident at Emmanuel College and a Wassaic Projects family fellow.

David Haas received a BFA in photography at MassArt in 1980, and an MFA in photography at the University of Delaware in 1995. Haas taught at Muhlenberg College for 24 years. He received a contract with the National Park Service in 1996 and has worked with them to this day. He has been a fine art black and white printer for many noted photographers since 1981. His work can be found in the George Eastman Museum and the Library of Congress.

Visit: KatrinaMajkut.com

Visit: davidwhaas.com


LOTS: 186–199

LOT: 194

VANESSA LEROY ’21

LOT: 195

ANNE CALLAHAN ’86

Becoming, 2019

Ferns, 2020

Digital silver print

Gelatin monoprint

14 X 11

12 X 16

$1,000

$550

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist

Vanessa Leroy will receive a BFA in photography from Massachusetts College of Art and Design. Her work was on view at Gallery Kayafas in Boston from September 2020 until January 2020. She has twice been the recipient of the annual Gertrude Kasebier award for photography at MassArt, and was awarded a scholarship to participate in the New England Portfolio Review.

Anne Callahan received a BFA in Design from Massachusetts College of Art and Design in 1986. She recently curated a poster show, JUXTAPOST, and exhibits her work at the gallery at Midway Studios. Her paintings and prints have also been shown at Fort Point Arts Gallery and included in private collections.

Visit: vanessaleroy.com

LOT: 196

ELISA H. HAMILTON ’07

LOT: 197

THADDEUS BEAL

Brush Bliss, 2020

Emerging Face - 1b, 2019

Crayon, ink, gouache and oil pastel on paper

Ink on paper

10 X 10

24 X 24

$300

$1,000

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist and Soprafina Gallery

Elisa H. Hamilton is a socially engaged multimedia artist who creates inclusive artworks that emphasize shared spaces and the hopeful examination of our everyday places, objects, and experiences. She holds a BFA in painting from Massachusetts College of Art and Design, and an MA in Civic Media from Emerson College. Her work has been shown locally and nationally in solo and group exhibitions.

Thaddeus Beal received a BA from Yale, a JD from Stanford and much later a Diploma from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts. He shows regularly at Soprafina Gallery in Boston and has received four awards from the Massachusetts Cultural Council and a fellowship from the New England Foundation for the Arts. His work is in the collection of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Visit: thaddeusbeal.com

Visit: elisahhamilton.com

LOT: 198

SARA GREENBERGER RAFFERTY

LOT: 199

SAM DIENST ’16

Variations, 2018, Edition 4 of 20

Egg Carton, 2020

Chine collé and photogravure

Assorted Yarn

20.75 X 27.375

16 X 20

$2,950

$400

Courtesy of the artist and Wingate Studio

Courtesy of the artist

Sara Greenberger Rafferty received her MFA from Columbia University. Her work was recently exhibited at MoMA PS1, New York. She has been the recipient of numerous awards, including a commissioned sculpture from the Public Art Fund. Her work is held in the permanent collections of MoMA, Whitney Museum of American Art, Hammer Museum, Yale University Art Gallery, and others.

Sam received her BFA in fibers from MassArt in 2016. She is currently pursuing an MFA at Cranbrook Academy of Art. Her work was recently exhibited in Detroit at the Scarab Club as well as Detroit Artist Market, where she received an honorable mention and third place respectively. Visit: samdienst.com

Visit: wingatestudio.com/projects/sara-greenberger-rafferty

Best of luck! DOREEN EVANGELINE

British Smile, 2020 Courtesy of the artist LOT: 134

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LOT: 200

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SOL LEWITT

LOT: 201

The Four Sides of the Tower for the Community Activities Center, Davenport, Iowa, Plate #05, 1983, Edition of 30, TP

Miss Prather’s Class, 2014, Edition of 30 Color Reduction woodcut from 4 blocks with 4 silk screen colors and embossing on white Rives BFK paper 22.25 X 18.5

Silkscreen

$3,100

24.25 X 32

$3,370

Courtesy of the artist and MassArt’s Master Print Series

Courtesy of the artist and Krakow Witkin Gallery

A self-taught artist, Winfred Rembert records a painful chapter of American history in autobiographical paintings, created on hand-tooled and dyed leather, which explore the lives of African Americans in Jim Crow-era Georgia. After taking part in civil rights demonstrations, he survived a lynching only to be sent to prison to do hard labor on a chain gang. Another inmate taught him leatherworking and Rembert began depicting his past in engaging compositions and vibrant color. In many scenes, Rembert offers a raw view of racism, inequality, and violence while celebrating his community’s resilience in the face of such overwhelming injustice.

Sol LeWitt (1928-2007) was an American artist linked to various movements, including Conceptual art and Minimalism. LeWitt came to fame in the late 1960s with his wall drawings and “structures” (a term he preferred instead of “sculptures”) but was prolific in a wide range of media including drawing, printmaking, photography, painting, installation, and artist’s books. He has been the subject of hundreds of solo exhibitions in museums and galleries around the world since 1965.

LOT: 202

ANDY LI ’12

THE BETTER, 2019, Edition 2 of 3

WINFRED REMBERT

LOT: 203

ASTRID REISCHWITZ

Free-motion embroidery on marine flag nylon

Flying from Spin Club Tapestry Series, 2018, Edition 1 of 3, 3 AP’s

19 X 9

Archival Pigment Print with Unique Embroidery

$550 Courtesy of the artist Andy Li graduated from MassArt in 2012 with a BFA in fibers and film/video. His work was recently exhibited at Samsøn Projects, DeWolfe Leather Goods, and Art Helix Gallery. His work will be shown at Shirley Stiles Gallery in Westwood City Hall, Kansas City. His work is held in the collections of Fidelity Investments and in private collections across the country. Visit: Radandyli.com

14 X 14

$2,685 Courtesy of the artist and Gallery Kayafas Astrid Reischwitz is a lens-based artist whose work was recently exhibited at Gallery Kayafas, PRC Boston and Griffin Museum. She is the recipient of the 2020 Griffin Award and the Multimedia Award at the San Francisco Bay International Photo Awards. She is a Critical Mass Top 50 photographer (2020, 2019, 2016). Reischwitz is a graduate of the TU Braunschweig, Germany, with a PhD in chemistry. Visit: reischwitzphotography.com

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LOTS: 200–208 LOT 204: LUCAS J. WARNER

2021 AUCTION TRIBUTE

Having Fun 1 and 2, 2020, Edition 1 of 6 Archival digital print of intaglio drypoint giclee with watercolors 16 X 20

$400 Courtesy of the artist and The Warner Family Lucas had a long-standing interest in graphic design and art. While studying economics at American University, he often took studio classes as time allowed. A lifelong medical condition, Cerebral AVM, took a turn for the worse in 2018 and he was unable to return to American University. He loved his time at AU, but he turned the situation into a positive endeavor and delved into pursuing his artistic interests. He was most happy to see his artistic talents bloom under the guidance of MassArt alumnus Kevin Whitman ’15 at Lincoln Studios in Waltham, MA. He also enthusiastically explored pottery at Indigo Fire Studios in Belmont, MA. Regular blocks of studio time allowed space for Lucas to discover the many possibilities of printmaking, painting, and drawing. His work employed both handwork and digital input. The generosity of spirit and laughter was the hallmark of Lucas’s time in the studio. His areas of special interest were the exploration of drypoint and monotype. He especially loved projects that served as promotions for causes and family businesses. Lucas’s interest in printmaking centered on creating designs that speak to current issues confronting himself and his peers. Along with creating his own work, Lucas partnered with his friend, Ben Hollander in the collective called Vision Camp which focused on creating unique design and innovative imagery. They participated in Open Studios at Joy Street and Brickbottom Studios in Somerville. MassArt is thankful to Elissa and Bill Warner for their support of MassArt and especially for the donation of Lucas’s artwork to the 2021 MassArt Auction. Lucas brought joy to the studio as he worked on his art and lifted the spirits of those around him every day. His last paintings were a series entitled Having Fun. His life was too short, but he always emphasized the fun factor. He will not soon be forgotten. —John Thompson M’05, Lecturer, Fine Arts 2D and Printmaking and Kevin Whitman ’15

LOT: 205

JULIA FERNANDEZ-POL

LOT: 206

STEFANIE KLAVENS

Plum Blossom Dagger #1, 2021, Edition of 15

Caribbean, 2021, Edition 1 of 15

Etching on paper

Archival digital print from scanned negative

23 X 30.25

19 X 19

$1,710

$1,100

Courtesy of the artist and Oehme Graphics

Courtesy of the artist

Julia Fernandez-Pol received her MFA from Boston University in 2008, and her BFA from Washington University in St. Louis in 2006. She received a Vermont Studio Center Partial Fellowship in 2009, a Boston Young Contemporaries award in 2008, a Kahn Career Entry Fund award, Boston University, in 2008, a Constantin Alajalov Scholarship, Boston University, in 2006 and 2007, a Visual Arts Scholarship, Boston University, in 2006 and 2007, and a Paint Scholarship, Boston University, in 2006.

Stefanie Klavens received her BFA from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts, where she was awarded a Traveling Fellowship. Exhibits include Suffolk University, Robert Klein Gallery, and Griffin Museum of Photography. Klavens is a 2017 and 2015 Massachusetts Cultural Council finalist, and recipient of a 2018 Puffin Foundation Grant. Her work is held in the collection of the Fitchburg Art Museum. Visit: stefanieklavens.com

Visit: juliafernandezpol.com

LOT: 207

CHRISTOPHER SULLIVAN ’90

Francis 1770, 2020

LOT: 208

JAMES SIENA

Sequence Two (Red to Green), 2010, Edition 1 of 6

Oil in canvas

Woodcut on paper from 256 pieces of wood

30 X 24

36.875 X 25.875

$2,000

$5,500

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist and Pace Prints

Sullivan received his MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute and BFA from MassArt. Recent shows include the Augusta Savage Gallery, Amherst 2020, and a solo show at Bromfield Gallery, Boston 2019. Sullivan was awarded the Guggenheim Museum Curators Award in 2018. He teaches drawing at MassArt and has work in private collections in L.A., San Francisco, Boston, New York and Europe.

James Siena is a master of virtuosic simplicity, creating his images from formulaic configurations of lines, interlocking combs, concentric circles, or other basic forms. The magic of Siena’s work comes from the remarkable blend of patience, exactitude, intuition, and grace with which he executes the “visual algorithms” he devises. Siena’s work appears in collections including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, MoMA, the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Hammer Museum at UCLA, and the Yale University Art Gallery.

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2021 MASSART AUCTION

LOT: 209

PAT FALCO ’10

LOT: 210

Office Windows. B3, 2017, Edition 7 of 20

Acrylic on canvas

Screenprint on Somerset Satin 600 gsm paper

22 X 28

19.625 X 12.75

$1,000

$1,725

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist and Krakow Witkin Gallery

Pat Falco is an artist and organizer from Boston. He received his BFA from Massachusetts College of Art and Design. His work has been shown around town and he is the recent recipient of the Massachusetts Cultural Council Fellowship (Sculpture/Installation/New Genres), a participant in the Now & There Public Art Accelerator program, and an Artist-In-Residence with the City of Boston.

Julian Opie (b. 1958) lives and works in London. Between 1979 and 1982 he studied at the Goldsmiths School of Art in London. Opie makes paintings, sculptures, films and installations in public spaces. In his works, he employs electronic media to widen the boundaries of the traditional media such as oil painting or sculpture. The person has a key place in his art, and is often represented in movement. He portrays members of his family, friends and workers at his studio as well as anonymous passers-by and commissioning collectors. Opie not only focuses on museum and gallery exhibitions, he also uses other opportunities and spaces to create and exhibit art. He is well known for his album covers including the album of the British group Blur (Blur: Best of 2000).

Visit: illfalco.com

LOT: 211

JULIAN OPIE

Untitled, 2017

KATHERINE BOWLING

LOT: 212

JAMES GIBSON ’91

Winter III, 2011, Edition of 20

Dirty Tang, 2019, Edition of 1

Solar plate and aquatint etching on paper

Monoprint with applied paint

23.75 X 25

39.5 X 28

$2,370

$750

Courtesy of the artist and Oehme Graphics

Courtesy of the artist

Katherine Bowling is a New York-based painter known for her luminescent, meditative, and mysterious landscapes, painted based on the area surrounding her home in the Hudson Valley. Bowling earned her BFA at Virginia Commonwealth University in 1978. She has exhibited her work since the early 1980s throughout the US. Her most recent solo exhibition at DC Moore Gallery was Moments of Grace (2010). Bowling has received numerous awards including a National Endowment for the Arts grant in 1991. Her work is featured in public collections including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY; Brooklyn Museum of Art, NY; Mary and Leigh Block Museum of Art, Evanston, IL; Phoenix Art Museum, AZ; and the Fisher Landau Center, NY, among others.

James Gibson 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 Studios.

Visit: katherinebowling.com

LOT: 213

LOT: 215

BRETT ANGELL

JOHN GUTHRIE ’92

Treason, 2020

Mixed media painting in artist made frame

Acrylic on paper

7.6 X 6.25

30 X 22

$600

$2,300

Courtesy of the artist and Gallery Kayafas

Courtesy of the artist

Brett Angell received his BFA and MFA from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. He is the recipient of awards including the Sioux City Art Center Beaux Arts Guild Purchase Award, the Frederick Layton Fellowship, and the Elsa Ulbricht Scholarship, among others. Selected national exhibitions include Gallery Kayafas, Boston; Springfield Art Museum, Ohio; and Grace Chosy Gallery, Wisconsin. His work is held in the collections of the Chazen Museum of Art, Wisconsin; Sioux City Art Center, Iowa; and Springfield Art Museum, Missouri.

John Guthrie’s hyperreal abstractions defy expectations through impossible geometric forms and intractable color. Calling to Guthrie’s background as an aerospace engineer, his work displays a mastery of the grid and its expansive possibilities. Guthrie has exhibited nationally and internationally including in Boston, New York, Dallas, and Como, Italy. He currently lives and works in Boston.

BRIAN ZINK

Visit: thejohnguthrie.com

LOT: 216

CHUCK BROUILLETTE ’88

Composition in 2037 Yellow, 2465 Yellow, 2016 Yellow and 3001 Gray, 2017

Strange Dr Gilbert, 2018

Opaque plexiglas on board

20 X 14

22.5 X 22.5

$150

$4,500 Courtesy of the artist and Howard Yezerski Gallery Brian Zink received a BFA from Rochester Institute of Technology. His work has been exhibited at The Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts at Harvard University, The Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, and The Fitchburg Art Museum. He will be having a solo show at Howard Yezerski Gallery in April 2021. His work is held in the collections of MIT List Visual Arts Center and Fidelity Investments. Visit: brianzinkart.com

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LOT: 214

Days To Come, 2016

Digital illustration

Courtesy of the artist Chuck Brouillette received a BFA degree from Massachusetts College of Art and Design. His work is currently on display at Broadway Gallery in Saratoga Springs, NY. Visit: Twitter.com/ChuckBrouilette


LOTS: 209–224

LOT: 217

ARIEL BASSON FREIBERG

LOT: 218

Summer 5, 2019

Shattered Scaffold 9, 2018

Watercolor on cranes paper

Monoprint

15 X 11

22 X 24

$450

$2,100

Courtesy of the artist and Abigail Ogilvy Gallery

Courtesy of the artist and VanDeb Editions

Born in Texas of Iraqi/Israeli background, Freiberg has an MFA in painting from Boston University and a BA from Smith College. She has had multiple solo shows including exhibitions at Miller Yezerski Gallery, Dartmouth College, Tufts University Art Galleries, Danforth Art Museum, Montserrat College of Art, and the Art Center of Macedonia.

Jeanette Fintz is an abstract painter who resides and paints in Surprise, NY in the upper Hudson River Valley. She is also an arts writer and independent curator. Fintz filters nature through her urban sensibility—stretching color motifs towards the heightened and intensified palette often found in the realms of design and fashion. She has taught as an Assistant Professor of Art & Design in the School of Design Strategies at Parsons the New School for Design for 17 years. At Purchase College, SUNY, Jeanette taught all levels of painting and drawing for 12 years as Assistant Professor in the BFA conservatory program. Fintz shows her work at the Garvey Simon Gallery, New York, NY; Fox Gallery, New York, NY; Geoffrey Young Gallery, Great Barrington, MA; the Thompson Giroux Gallery, Chatham NY; and Cross Contemporary Gallery, Saugerties, NY.

Visit: arielbassonfreiberg.com

LOT: 219

JULIE ANGELATHERESA M’10

LOT: 220

Nope, 2016

STEVE STANKIEWICZ

Something About the Moon 13, 2019, Edition AP

Oil on canvas

Etching

8 X 10

20.5 X 34

$400

$1,800

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist and VanDeb Editions

Julie AngelaTheresa received her MFA from MassArt in 2010. Her work was recently exhibited at the Arnot Art Museum in New York, the Newport Art Museum in Rhode Island, as well as the Menino Arts Center in Boston, MA. Her work is held in the collections of the Tower Hill Botanic Center and the Boston Public Library, among others.

Steve Stankiewicz was born in Boston and grew up in Chicago. He received a BA in sociology from the University of Connecticut in 1979, and a BFA from the School of Visual Arts in New York in 1982. He worked at Bob Blackburn’s Printmaking Workshop in New York from 1982 until 1989, then at his own studio in Williamsburg, Brooklyn until moving to Easthampton, Massachusetts in 2010. Since 1992, he has focused on making artists’ books of twenty to thirty etchings based on a single theme. The books are in selected collections including The Mississippi Museum of Fine Arts, The New York Public Library, and the Mortimer Rare Book Room. He is also the winner of the 2002 Faux Faulkner Literary Prize.

Visit: JulieAT.com

LOT: 221

JEANETTE FINTZ

MICHELLE BROWN ’84

LOT: 222

Deluge, 2007

ERIC FISCHL

Tumble, 2001, Edition 20 of 32

Oil on birch plywood

Offset color lithograph on paper

32 X 24

42.875 X 30.875

$900

$3,800

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist and LeRoy Neiman Center for Print Studies

Michelle Brown received a BFA in painting from Massachusetts College of Art and Design in 1984. Her work was recently exhibited at the Grimshaw-Gudewizc gallery in Fall River, MA in the three person show Histories Lived, Learned and Inherited. Michelle received an outstanding painting prize from the Cambridge Art Association.

Eric Fischl (b. 1948) is a painter living and working in New York City and Sag Harbor, New York. He received a BFA in painting from the California Institute of the Arts in 1972. Since his first solo exhibition at the Edward Thorpe Gallery in 1979, he has exhibited widely in the United States and Europe. Notable exhibitions include the Venice Biennale, Biennale de Paris, the Whitney Biennial, The Carnegie International, Pittsburgh, PA, Documenta, Kassel, Germany among others. His work is in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art, New York; the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; the National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC; and the Musée National D’Art Moderne, Paris, among others

Visit: michelleabrown.com

Visit: ericfischl.com

LOT: 223

TED OLLIER M’09

LOT: 224

WILL KASTRINAKIS ’21

Nine Kuiper Belt Objects, 2020, Edition 1 of 27

siiick, 2020

Serigraph

Charcoal

18 X 18 X 0.25

17 X 36

$600

$650

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist

Ted Ollier received his MFA from MassArt in 2009. He has recently shown at inde | jacobs in Marfa, TX and the Kathryn Schultz Gallery in Cambridge, MA. He is an alumnus of the Vermont Studio Center and has received two Somerville Arts Council artist grants.

Will Kastrinakis will receive his bachelors in communication design at Massachusetts College of Art and Design in 2021. His work had been held in various restaurants and museums in the Berkshires, including the Norman Rockwell Museum, Berkshire Museum, Baba Louie’s Pizzeria, and others.

Visit: mindhuestudio.com

Visit: willkdesign.com

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2021 MASSART AUCTION

LOT: 225

XYLOR JANE

LOT: 226

Third Order Magic Square for Deep Sleep, 2014, Edition 9 of 22

MAUREEN O’CONNOR ’81

Ducks on Dots, 2019 Oil on canvas

Three plate aquatint etching

30 X 30

24.5 X 21.75

$4,500

$3,515

Courtesy of the artist and Jack Meier Gallery

Courtesy of the artist and Wingate Studio

Maureen O’Connor received her BFA from MassArt in 1981. Her work has recently been shown at UForge Gallery in Jamaica Plain. She has work in the collections of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, Boston Medical, Fidelity Investments and Biogen as well as many prominent private collections. She is represented by Jack Meier Gallery, Houston, TX as well as private art dealers in the Boston area.

Xylor Jane received a BFA in painting from San Francisco Art Institute. Her work was recently exhibited at the University Museum of Contemporary Art in Amherst, MA, and Canada Gallery, New York, NY. She has been the recipient of the Cuchifritos Residency in New York City, and numerous other residencies. Her work is held in the collections of Yale Art Gallery, Smith College Art Museum, and many others.

Visit: moartnow.com

Visit: wingatestudio.com/projects/xylor-jane

LOT: 227

ELIZABETH ALEXANDER ’04

LOT: 228

Spring Will Be A Little Late This Year, 2016, Edition 10 of 10

HOLLY HARRISON

Moon Rabbit, 2019 Mixed media and found papers on wood panel

Photograph of cut wallpaper, arm chair, area rug

16 X 16

24 X 18

$1,600

$600

Courtesy of the artist and Abigail Ogilvy Gallery

Courtesy of the artist

Holly Harrison is a mixed­media artist living and working in Concord, MA. Harrison received her MA from City College of New York and her BA from Wesleyan University. Harrison’s work has been featured at galleries and museums throughout New England and New York, and is held in private collections across the country.

Elizabeth Alexander holds degrees from the Cranbrook Academy of Art and MassArt. She was recently included in the Women to Watch exhibition at the National Museum of Women in the Arts and the Burke Prize finalist exhibition at the Museum of Arts and Design. Her work is held in collections at the Crystal Bridges Museum, Fidelity, and the Mint Museum. She is an Artist Partner with Hodges Taylor.

Visit: holly-harrison.com

Visit: elizabethalexanderstudio.com

LOT: 229

DEAN NIMMER

LOT: 230

Conundrum, 2019

IAN KENNELLY ’94

Little Appalachian God Box V, 2019

Oil on panel

Gouache mixed media on paper

46 X 38

20 X 16

$4,600

$500

Courtesy of the artist and Pulp Gallery

Courtesy of the artist

Professor Emeritus Dean Nimmer is former Chair of Painting and Printmaking at MassArt. Awards include “Distinguished Alumnus Award (2011),” “Distinguished Teaching of Art Award (University of Wisconsin, 2010)”, and College Art Association. His work has been in over 200 shows in the US, Europe, Asia, and Australia. Collections include MFA, Boston, DeCordova Sculpture Park and Museum, Smith College Art Museum, Peabody Essex Museum, and Katsuya Art Museum, Japan.

Ian Kennelly (BFA ’94) is just happy and honored to be here. Visit: iankennelly.com

Visit: deannimmer.com

LOT: 231

GRACE DAM M’21

Summer Rockies, 2016

LOT: 232

SAVANNA NELSON ’19

Sitting in A Bar Without You, 2020

Acrylic on canvas

Oil on canvas

48 X 36

16 X 16

$1,500

$1,000

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist

Grace Dam is a Toronto-based artist, and received a BFA from Ontario College of Art and Design University in 2018 with a minor in photography. Dam is working on an MFA at Massachusetts College of Art and Design. Dam’s works have been shown at Urban Gallery in Toronto, Canada, and Abigail Ogilvy Gallery in Boston.

Savanna Nelson is an artist currently based in Boston, Massachusetts working primarily in painting and drawing. She received a dual BFA in painting and history of art from MassArt in 2019. Nelson is a recipient of the Barbara Grad Auction award. She has shown work at Machines with Magnets and Massachusetts College of Art and Design, and her work has been published in the Boston Globe.

Visit: gracedam.com

Visit: savannanelson.com

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LOTS: 225–240

LOT: 233

LOT: 235

JUDY RIOLA

LOT: 234

Coastline, 2019

Cut paper, gouache, pencil on panel

Oil on canvas

16 X 16

36 X 36

$1,200

$2,700

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist

Judy Riola is a graduate of Vassar College and the School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts. She recently exhibited at room83spring and the UNH Museum of Art, and her work will be featured in an upcoming issue of New American Paintings. She was a recipient of a School of the Museum of Fine Arts Traveling Scholarship and was a Massachusetts Cultural Council finalist in painting.

Carrie Megan earned a certificate in botanical art from Wellesley College Botanic Gardens in 2010 and studied with landscape painter Margaret Gerding. Her work is currently on exhibition at the Jessie Edwards Gallery in Rhode Island and Gallery on Jarves in Sandwich and with Libby Silvia Artstyle in Wellesley, MA. Her work is held in numerous private collections.

Visit: judyriola.com

Visit: carriemegan.com

JAMES PARADIS ’05

LOT: 236

DIANA SHPUNGIN

Blue and Yellow Best Friends, 2005

Drawing Of A House #3, 2015, Edition 3 of 10

Oil on sculptured canvas

Archival inkjet print

40 X 36 X 8

8 X 10

$4,400

$400

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist

James Paradis received an AB degree in 1955 from Holy Cross and in his retirement received a BA degree from MassArt in 2005. His recent work has been shown at Jane Deering Gallery and at Flat Rocks Gallery in Gloucester, MA. He has been an artist in residence in Auvillar, France on two occasions. His work has been shown in Boston and New York.

Diana Shpungin is a Brooklyn based multi-disciplinary artist who works in drawing, sculpture, installation, hand-drawn animation, video and sound and has been exhibited extensively in solo and group exhibitions in both national and international venues including: The Bronx Museum of Art, NY; Sculpture Center, Long Island City, NY; Museum of Contemporary Art, Tucson; Bass Museum of Art, Miami; Locust Projects, Miami; Fieldgate Gallery, London; Futura Center for Contemporary Art, Prague; Tomio Koyama Gallery, Tokyo; Carrousel du Louvre, Paris, France; Invisible Exports, New York, NY; Marc Straus Gallery, New York; Museum of Contemporary Art, Miami; Brooklyn Museum of Art, NY; Galerie Zurcher, Paris; Site:Lab, Grand Rapids, MI and The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, CT. Shpungin’s work will be the subject of a solo exhibition at Smack Melon, Brooklyn in 2022. Visit: dianashpungin.com

Visit: jamesparadis.com

LOT: 237

CARRIE MEGAN

King Cobra, 2018

CATARINA COELHO M’13

LOT: 238

Moving Landscape, 2020, Edition 1 of 7

PARAPROSE M’22

The Zebra Queen, 2018

Lithograph on Japanese Kita Kata paper

Collage print

16.5 X 20

18 X 24

$1,500

$250

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist

Catarina Coelho received an MFA from Massachusetts College of Art and Design. Recent exhibitions: Washington Art Association, CT; Danforth Art Museum, MA; Venice International Art Fair, Italy; Print Triennial, Toulouse, France. Awards include: Berkshire Taconic Foundation and Mass Cultural Council Finalist. Her work is included in several collections including Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

Jeremy Snowden will receive his Film/Video MFA from Massachusetts College of Art and Design in 2022. His work was recently exhibited at the Pink Art Collaboration hosted by the SYF Collective in San Francisco, CA. Visit: oneoffav.com/category/art

Visit: catarinalcoelho.com

LOT: 239

KATELYN LEDFORD

Cycles, 2019

LOT: 240

DAVID HARRISON

Still Life with Six Objects, 2014

Mixed media on panel

Oil on canvas

10 X 8

18 X 20

$1,000

$5,000

Courtesy of the artist and Abigail Ogilvy Gallery

Courtesy of the artist and Clark Gallery

Katelyn Ledford is an artist currently living in Boston, MA. She received her Master of Fine Arts in painting at the Rhode Island School of Design. Her art has been featured and exhibited along the South and Northeast regions in galleries and museums such as the Baton Rouge Gallery, Birmingham Museum of Art, Wiregrass Museum of Art, and Field Projects Gallery in New York City.

David Harrison received a BFA in painting and fine arts from Maryland Institute College of Art in 1976. He was a recipient of a fellowship in painting from the Massachusetts Artists Foundation in 1987, Alfred Leslie, juror. His work is in many public and private collections. He has several paintings in the collection of US Senator Elizabeth Warren.

Visit: kledfordart.com

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2021 MASSART AUCTION

LOT: 241

CANDICE SMITH CORBY M’01

LOT: 242

ALEX GERASEV

More Than One Way, 2017

Explorers, 2020, Edition AP

Gouache and watercolor on paper

Lithograph

30 X 22

5X4

$2,000

$350

Courtesy of the artist and Drive-by Projects

Courtesy of the artist

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. Candice was Fruitlands Museum’s 2018 Guest Artist and featured in the exhibition, Inhabiting Folk Portraits with Candice Smith Corby. She also created new work for Elevated at Very Gallery in 2018.

Alex Gerasev is an illustrator, painter, printmaker, and muralist. He grew up in St. Petersburg, Russia and studied at the Repin Academy of Fine Arts. Alex’s work has been exhibited internationally and is held in private and public collections throughout the US and Europe, including The Boston Public Library, The Boston Athenæum, Columbia University, and The Pushkin Museum. Visit: alexgerasev.com

Visit: candicesmithcorby.com thebottegaprojects.com

LOT: 243

FISH MCGILL ’04 M’14

LOT: 244

IMAGINE

Around The World In A Day, 2020

Love, 2020

Ink on paper

Acrylic on panel

18 X 18

30 X 30

$1,500

$5,000

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist and bk projects

Fish McGill received a BFA with honors and an MFA from MassArt. His work as an artist and designer has been commissioned and displayed at the MFA Boston, The ICA Boston, MassArt Art Museum, The Boston Drawing Project, 47 Brand, Johnny Cupcakes, JArts Boston, The Art on The Marquee at the BCEC, and more.

IMAGINE (aka Sneha Shrestha) is a Nepali artist who paints mindful mantras in her native language and meshes the aesthetics of Sanskrit scriptures with graffiti influences. Being the first to mesh Nepali alphabets with American graffiti, she has shown her work in several exhibitions, commissioned works and public walls around the world from Boston to Kathmandu.

Visit: fishmcgill.com

Visit: imagine876.com

LOT 245: TANJA HOLLANDER

Ephemera Commission Grid of up to 16 images, 16 x 16 print

$6,000 Customize your art collection by having Tanja Hollander scan and preserve pieces of ephemera that are meaningful to you, your family, or your business. Or have Tanja design a piece from her own collection of ephemera by key word. The $6,000 value includes a grid of up to 16 images, 16 x 16 print. Additional charges may apply for framing, crating, and shipping.

2021 AUCTION COMMISSION

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Tanja Hollander is an artist who works with photography, video, social media, and data to understand cultural and visual relationships. She received a BA in photography, film, and feminist studies from Hampshire College in 1994. Her last body of work, Are you really my friend? debuted in its entirety as an exhibition, short documentary, and book for a year at MASS MoCA in 2017.


LOTS: 241–253

LOT: 246

ANNIE SILVERMAN ’85

LOT: 247

ZOE CRONIN ’21

Plumage Project: 7 Birds, 2020, Unique Edition

Purple Falling, 2018

Multiple plate woodcut print with collage

Fibers and natural dyes

13.5 X 12.5

80 X 23.75

$650

$800

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist

Annie Silverman has degrees from MassArt, Tufts and Clark University. Her work was recently exhibited at the IPCNY in NYC in their summer new prints exhibition, and at the Cahoon Museum of Art. Annie has had residencies at print studios in Denmark and in Ireland. Her work is in the collections of the Boston Public Library, the Boston Athenaeum, and the deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum. Abrazos Press in Somerville is her print studio.

Zoe Cronin is an interdisciplinary fiber artist, gardener, and educator. She will earn a BFA in art education with minors in fibers and sustainability from Massachusetts College of Art and Design in May 2021. She spent the fall 2019 semester studying in India where she participated in a block printing and natural dyeing workshop in Bagru, outside of Jaipur, Rajasthan.

Visit: anniesilverman.com Abrazospress.com

LOT: 248

DAVID FAUST ’88

LOT: 249

VIA BOLEY ’21

Atkins Bay 2, 2020

Illusory places, 2020

Oil on canvas

Oil on stretched canvas

24 X 24

30 X 36

$4,000

$2,600

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist

David Faust received his BFA from MassArt in 1989 and attended the Maine Photography Workshops from 1992–1993. He has been a decorative artist since 1990 and in 2007 formed his own company, David Faust Studios, based in New York City. In addition to decorative and mural projects, Faust makes paintings in the Luminist tradition, reflecting on the quiet grandeur of the Maine landscape.

Via Boley will receive a BFA from MassArt in 2021 with a major in painting. She has been the recipient of the Gamblin Paint Supply award, the Yale Norfolk Nomination, and the Artist and Craftsman Supply award.

Visit: davidfaust.com

LOT: 250

KEVIN BENNETT MOORE ’20

LOT: 251

Satellite of Love, 2020, Edition 1 of 8

LOT: 252

MONIKA PLIOPLYTE ’12

Untitled (Study #4), 2019

Archival inkjet print

Risograph prints on illustration board

16 X 24

35.5 X 25.5 X 3

$1,300

$600

Courtesy of the artist and Gallery Kayafas

Courtesy of the artist

Kevin Bennett Moore (b. 1996) is a recent graduate with Departmental Honors from Massachusetts College of Art and Design (BFA ’20). His self-portrait based projects largely discuss queerness by utilizing the past to talk about current politics. His work was recently exhibited in the Alcove Gallery at Gallery Kayafas. He was also selected for Photolucida’s Critical Mass Top 50 exhibition.

Monika Plioplyte holds a BFA in printmaking from Massachusetts College of Art and Design (’12) and an MFA in print media from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (’19). She is a recipient of a number of awards including the Genevieve McMillan-Reba Stewart Travel award for printmakers, Blanche E. Colman Award, Professional Development Track Grant from the Illinois Arts Council Agency.

Visit: kevinbennettmoore.com

Visit: monikaplioplyte.com

BEN NELSON ’16

LOT: 253

MOMO ’20

Life is Good (Under the Bridge), 2020

Emerald Lace, New Type of Wonderful, 2019

Pen and ink

Chain, brooch, lace, sateen, silk, recycled cardboard, and tissue paper. Hand-finished.

14 X 12

$1,000 Courtesy of the artist Ben Nelson is a freelance illustrator/designer based out of Boston. He received a BFA in illustration from Massachusetts College of Art and Design in 2016. In addition to taking on freelance projects, he currently works full-time as a gallery preparator on Newbury Street in Boston. Visit: bnelsonart.com

58 X 48, NECK HEM: 13

$450 Courtesy of the artist MOMO received a Bachelors in Fine Arts with a focus in Fashion Design from Massachusetts College of Art and Design in 2020. Their work was recently mentioned in Rolling Stone magazine and Boston Fashion Week. While at MassArt they received the ’Unsung Hero’ Award and showed at Saks Fifth Avenue. Visit: momofashions.design

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2021 MASSART AUCTION

LOT: 254

TIFFANY DOGGETT M’20

LOT: 255

JOEL JANOWITZ

Horizon Fog, 2020

Clasp, 2011

Wool felt on linen

Oil on linen

16 X 16

18 X 24

$650

$6,000

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist and Gallery Kayafas

Tiffany received her undergraduate degree from Cornell University’s School of Architecture, Art and Planning and her MAT from Massachusetts College of Art and Design. Her work was recently exhibited at Scollay Square Gallery for MassArt Masters, a graduate student exhibition in January 2020.

Janowitz received his MFA from UCSB. His work was recently exhibited at Gallery Kayafas, and will be shown at Schoolhouse Gallery, Provincetown. He is a recipient of the Guggenheim Fellowship, four MassArtist Grants, and had a recent residency at the Manship Residency. HIs work is in the collections of the Whitney, MFA Boston, Harvard, Yale, and the Minneapolis Institute of Art. Visit: joeljanowitz.com

LOT: 256

SANDRA MUELLER-DICK

LOT: 257

Abstraction 1B, 2019

SUSAN GHEYSSARI

Sugar Plum Fairy, 2016

Acrylic on paper

Oil on panel

16 X 18.5

36

$950

$5,000

Courtesy of the artist and CoSo

Courtesy of the and Newbury Fine Arts

Sandra Mueller-Dick, has exhibited her work throughout New England: Massachusetts General Hospital, Copley Society, WGBH Auction, Newton Open Studios, Museum School of Fine Arts, Cambridge Art Association, Design Center, Bank Studio, Harwichport, MA, Norris Cotton Cancer Center, Nashua, NH. She has also shown her work at Agora Gallery, New York, for 10 years. She has an MFA in art education and has been a Gallery Instructor at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, since 1993.

Susan Gheyssari received a certificate diploma of fine arts from École nationale supérieure des Beaux-Arts in France in 1987. She is an oil painter who has always respected the old masters of tradition. Her paintings are mostly inspired by the elegance of the ballet and the soul of the dancers. Her work was recently exhibited at the Newbury Fine Art gallery in Boston. Visit: susangheyssari.com

Visit: mueller-dick.com

LOT: 258

AREN TULP ’20

LOT: 259

STEVEN EDSON ’77

Dudley Sq., 2019, Edition 1 of 10

Surface Tensions 03, 2019, Edition 1 of 15

Silkscreen

Archival pigment print

10 X 14

20 X 30

$700

$2,150

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist

Aren Tulp graduated from Massachusetts College of Art and Design in 2020 with an architecture degree and a minor in sustainability. Aren currently lives in Burlington, VT and works for Coe and Coe Architecture in Glover, VT.

Steven Edson received his BFA with a concentration in SIM from MassArt in 1977. His work was recently exhibited in the Frances Roddy Open Competition at Concord Center for the Visual Arts as well as in Art Through the Lens 2020 in Paducah, Kentucky. His images are included in over 1,500 personal and corporate collections. Visit: stevenedson.net

LOT: 260

ELLIOT SCHILDKROUT

LOT: 261

KRISTINA MCCOMB

Guggenheim 3, 2019, Edition 1 of 10

Boston Athenaeum 1666, 2018, Edition 2 of 10

Archival inkjet print

Archival inkjet print

12 X 12

36 X 24

$750

$700

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist and Abigail Ogilvy Gallery

Elliot Schildkrout began photography in the 1960s studying with Lisette Model, William Giles, and others. While practicing medicine in 1981, he was accepted into the Polaroid Collection and worked with SX-70 and 4x5 Polaroid materials; one of his images was published in Barbara Hitchcock’s book The Polaroid Collection.

Kristina McComb is an interdisciplinary artist from Western Massachusetts. She received her Associates of Science in visual art with a photography concentration from Greenfield Community College with distinction in art. Kristina transferred to the School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts University. Kristina has exhibited at the Brattleboro Museum and Arts Center and the Philadelphia Academy of Fine Art.

Visit: elliotschildkroutphotography.com

Visit: kristinamccomb.com

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LOT: 262

WILLIAM FRANSON

LOT: 263

Twilight, Between Two Fields, 2018, Edition 2 of 5

HALEY WOOD ’21

Double Rose, 2020 Hand-tufted wool and acrylic yarn, cotton backing cloth

Cyanotype print

19 X 27

5X7

$660

$900

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist and Gallery Kayafas

Haley Wood will receive her BFA in fibers at MassArt with the class of 2021. Haley has earned the First Place Prize in the Surface Design Association’s 2020 exhibit Future Tense at the Appalachian Center for Craft. She was a Barbara L. Kuhlman Foundation Award Recipient in 2019.

William Franson studied photography at the Art Institute of Boston and received a BA (Philosophy) from Calvin University in Michigan in 1979. His long term project, Mason Dixon: American Fictions was exhibited fall 2020 in a solo exhibition at Gallery Kayafas where he is represented. His work is held at Calvin University, the Danforth Art Museum, and in private collections.

Visit: haley-wood.com

Visit: billfranson.net

LOT: 264

LOT: 266

DOROTHEA VAN CAMP

LOT: 265

KATE SULLIVAN ’90

Untitled 19101, 2019

Pack Save Send, 2017

Silkscreen monoprint

Graphite on paper

37 X 29.5

13 X 24

$2,740

$2,740

Courtesy of the artist and Oehme Graphics

Courtesy of the artist

Dorothea Van Camp lives and works in the Fort Point neighborhood of Boston. A graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design by way of industrial design and medical illustration at the University of Cincinnati, her work has been widely exhibited, reviewed and collected. Recent exhibitions include: Gravitational Loopholes, HallSpace, Dorchester, MA; In the Hearts of Men (Still), FP3 Gallery, Boston, MA; Bradley International Print And Drawing Exhibit, Peoria, IL, State Of The Union, 13Forest Gallery, Arlington, MA; and In the Hearts of Men, Nicole Longnecker Gallery, Houston, TX.

Kate Sullivan received a BA degree from MassArt. Her work was recently exhibited at the Copley Society. She has been a recipient of awards from the Copley Society, the New England Watercolor Society, and the Northeast Watercolor Society. Her work is held in multiple private collections.

ABIGAIL WELTY

Visit: serioustrains.com

LOT: 267

TOM STOCKER

Collection II, 2016

UNESCO Shadows in Teal, 2020

Gouache and ink

Acrylic on canvas

18 X 24

24 X 20

$950

$1,950

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist

Abigail Welty received a BFA in illustration from Rhode Island School of Design. She is the current Advancement Operations Manager at MassArt and maintains her painting practice on the side.

Tom Stocker graduated from UMass Boston in 1987 with a BA in Russian. He exhibited at the Cambridge Art Association in February 2020 and the Provincetown Art Assoc Museum, summer 2020. He has had two solo exhibitions at the Copley Society. He has received Juror Awards in NH, Boston, and Cambridge where he was awarded the Artist of the Year in 2014. His work is in the collections of Fidelity Investments, Wellington Management, and Brigham and Women’s Hospital. Visit: tomstocker.com

LOT: 268

JAMES PAUL JONES ’78 M’79

LOT: 269

ROBERTA MOORE

PhotoQuilt 53, 2019

For the Taking, 2020

Digital collage

Oil and collage on canvas

24 X 24

16 X 12

$500

$600

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist

James Paul Jones received an MFA from MassArt in 1979. His work was recently exhibited in the 2019 Juried Biennial at Roanoke College and the 2019 New River Art Juried Biennial, Moss Arts Center at Virginia Tech. He recently won third place at the 2020 8th Annual National Juried at the Bower Art Center in Bedford, VA. He also is a luthier at jamesjonesinstruments.com

Roberta Moore is a British traditionally trained watercolorist now exploring different mediums. She is a multi-year MassArt Auction successfully sold artist. Visit: roberta-moore-artanddesign.com

Visit: jamespauljones.com

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LOT: 270

JAMES REES

LOT: 271

MADISON LAROSE ’18

Turnings, 2020

Layla’s Lantern, 2019

Monotype print

Gouache on Arches watercolor paper

30 X 22

12 X 24

$2,500

$2,000

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist

James Rees has an MFA from University of Arizona. His work was recently exhibited at Woodbury Art Museum and Writ & Vision Art Gallery. His awards include the Sorenson Legacy Foundation Award for Excellence in Art, two Robert Rauschenberg Foundation Grants, and he is a Fulbright scholar and an Art 21 Education Fellow. He has served on the President’s Committee on the Arts and the Humanities and the NEA.

Madison LaRose received an MFA in illustration from Edinburgh College Of Art with distinction in 2020. She received a BFA in illustration from MassArt in 2018. She has been long-listed in 2020 A.O.I’s World Illustration Rewards: Children’s Publishing, New Talent, Brightness Magazine No19 Freedom Contest, Student Runner Up For Creative Quarterly 52, and AKF Group Scholarship Winner. Visit: madisonlarose.com

Visit: jamesreesart.com

LOT: 272

LUCY SARGENT LYONS

LOT: 273

ZOE PERRY-WOOD ’81

Teetering, 2020, Edition 1 of 5

Carrot Bunch, Late Fall, 2019, Edition 1 of 7

Hahnemühle photo pearl

Archival pigment print

24 X 16

24.5 X 18.5

$800

$1,000

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist and Gallery Kayafas

Lucy received a BA from New York University in 2019. Recently, she curated a 22-piece installation of her own Cuban photography at Casa Caña restaurant, which was named Boston’s Most Beautiful Restaurant of the Year by Eater magazine. Her work is held in the collections of Henry Louis Gates Jr., Nadia Conners and Walton Goggins, and Tina and Jeffrey Lurie, among others.

Zoe received a BFA from MassArt, an M.Ed and a CAGS from UMass Amherst and UMass Boston. Zoe’s work is held in the permanent collection of the MFA, Boston and will be shown at Gallery Kayafas in 2021. Recent exhibitions include Forever Young: Representations of Childhood & Adolescence at Newport Art Museum, a solo show at BB&N Gallery, Wat’er at Gallery Kayafas, and What Color? at the Rainbow at Brickbottom Gallery.

Visit: lucysargentlyons.com

Visit: zoeperrywood.com

LOT: 274

MERYL BLINDER

LOT: 275

Planetary, Green, 2019

ALISON JUDD M’07

Untitled (Diptych), 2020

Oil on canvas

Oil on canvas

40 X 30

16 X 12 EACH

$3,200

$1,600

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist

Meryl Blinder received an MFA in 1999 from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts. Recent shows include Cape Cod Museum of Art, and From Bauhaus to Jane’s House in NY. Blinder’s work is held in the Library of Congress. Blinder was a courtroom artist for the evening news and in the 1990s, and in the 1990s was a colorist for the late architect Michael Graves. Currently Blinder is an adjunct professor at Wentworth Institute of Technology.

Alison Judd received an MFA in painting and printmaking from MassArt in 2007. Her work was recently exhibited at Gallery Bom in Boston, and the Kathryn Schultz Gallery in Cambridge. Her work is held in many private collections. Visit: alisonjudd.com

Visit: merylblinder.com

LOT: 276

JOHN REGO ’18

LOT: 277

SUSAN MURIE

Great Blue Heron on the Aves Plaza, 2019

Heart, 2020

Acrylic on wood

Cyanotype on paper with gold ink

30 X 20

30 X 22

$3,000

$800

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist and Abigail Ogilvy Gallery

John Rego is a freelance illustrator and painter living in Brooklyn, New York. His work is inspired by the absurdities of the human and natural world, often juxtaposing the two. Primarily working in acrylics his style is inspired by pop-surrealism, romanticism, and 19th century scientific illustration.

Susan Murie was awarded 2020 Artist of the Year, Cambridge Art Association, by juror Jessica Roscio, Danforth Art Museum. Her work was recently on view at Abigail Ogilvy Gallery, Boston. Her artwork was published in INKQ, London, Spring 2020 and in The Hand Magazine, Fall 2019. Murie’s work has been featured on The Curated Fridge and is held in the collections of Fidelity and the City of Somerville.

Visit: johnrego.com

Visit: susan-murie-jva2.squarespace.com

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LOTS: 270–285

LOT: 278

PHILLIP JONES

LOT: 279

SARA L . DELANEY M’03

Old State House, 2021, Edition 3 of 12

Parking space, Provincetown, 2020, Edition OEV 2

Archival inkjet print

White line print (Provincetown print)

26 X 26

10 X 7.75

$2,600

$600

Courtesy of the artist and Mercury Gallery

Courtesy of the artist

Phillip Jones studied at Corcoran School of Art, Antioch, Cooper Union, and privately with Gene Davis. Recent exhibitions include Mercury Gallery, Rockport; and Anzenberger Gallery, Vienna. Previous exhibitions include Hirshhorn, Whitney, deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum, Fuller Craft Museum, and Boston Public Library. His work is in collections at Pfizer, Fidelity, Putnam, Accenture, Raytheon, Goldman Sachs, and Four Seasons.

Sara Delaney received her graphic design certificate from MassArt and her MFA from Boston University. Her work, often inspired by the typography and graphic patterns that she encounters during travel, has been exhibited in the Boston area and is held in several private collections. Visit: delaneygroup.com

Visit: phillipjonesphoto.com

LOT: 280

LOT: 282

IAN DAVIS

LOT: 281

Iris and Ranunculus, 2019, Edition of 8

Eight-color lithograph

Photopolymer direct gravure

19.5 X 15.75

20 X 16 EACH

$1,750

$1,970

Courtesy of the artist and Tamarind Institute

Courtesy of the artist and Oehme Graphics

Ian Davis is a Los Angeles-based painter whose work is rooted in meticulous, intricate drawing. His open-ended narratives take place within a looming apocalypse. The Black Balloons print references the current opioid epidemic. Davis received his BFA from Arizona State University. He has had solo exhibitions at Night Gallery, Los Angeles; Josh Lilley Gallery, London; Leslie Tonkonow Artworks + Projects, New York; The Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, Kansas City, MO; Acuna-Hansen Gallery, Los Angeles. He has also been featured in group exhibitions at The Sheldon Museum of Art, Lincoln, NE; and The Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art, Overland, KS; among others. In 2018, his work appeared on the cover of The New York Times Magazine.

Joanna Webster holds a bachelor of science in botany, a bachelor of arts in journalism, and a graduate certificate in environmental management, all from the University of Queensland, Australia. Spending 15 years as a scientific writer, Joanna has focused professionally on the communication of environmental, sustainability, community development and project planning and management issues, particularly those surrounding large civil Infrastructure and mining projects. Jo’s love of botany and drawing led her to immerse herself in the Denver Botanic Gardens School of Botanical Art and Illustration program in 2015. Her artiste media are quill and in watercolor, graphite, and color pencil. All artworks and illustrations are created from sight using physical specimens (occasionally with the support of her own photographs for reference when a work is likely to take a considerable length of time).

HENRY CATALDO ’77

LOT: 283

2 dogs in window of RV, Rangeley, ME, 2018

RICK FOX M’94

Late Afternoon, Kittery Maine, 2019

Archival inkjet print

Oil on canvas

13.74 X 20.61

11 X 14

$950

$1,900

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist and Gallery NAGA

Henry Cataldo received an MFA from Yale University, a BFA from Massachusetts College of Art and Design, and a BS from Stonehill College. He has taught photography for over 30 years at several different institutions including Massachusetts College of Art and Design, College of the Holy Cross, Boston University, and Concord Carlisle High School. His work has been the subject of numerous exhibitions.

Rick Fox, a graduate of Massachusetts College of Art and Design (MFA) and the University of Massachusetts, Amherst (BFA), studied with George Nick, a longtime realist painter and mentor to many painters in New England. Fox’s work began as a response to his environment by portraying his surroundings with honest detail. Fox’s work has deviated from the direct observation he had practiced for years; almost paradoxically, his shapes have flattened while still relaying volume and space. Fox likes Cezanne’s approach, remarking, “In order to create honesty you need to embrace the flatness of the surface. I’m experimenting with how much I can simplify the shapes but with the goal of trying to use flatness to get more volume and illusion.” In that simplification, suddenly new opportunities arise to organize and push color. Rick Fox is represented by Gallery NAGA in Boston, MA.

Visit: hencat.com

LOT: 284

JOANNA WEBSTER

Black Balloons, 2017, Edition of 15

ROBERT MALONEY ’96 M’14

LOT: 285

CAITLIN DUENNEBIER ’09

Inner State Test Print, 2020

Ghosts on Ghost Mountain No.8, 2018

Woodcut

Sumi ink on paper, wooden armature

24 X 24

15 X 11

$1,500

$500

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist

Robert Maloney received his BFA and 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 participated in the Big Ink woodcut print session and exhibition at the Dedee Shattuck Gallery and his permanent public art project repaired the missing signage on the Haffenreffer brewery in Jamaica Plain.

Caitlin Duennebier received a BFA at Massachusetts College of Art and Design and University of the Arts London. Her work was recently exhibited at Hammock Gallery and will be shown at 13Forest Gallery. She has been a recipient of the Hewnoaks Artist Colony. Her work is held in the collection of Cara and Damon Kuball-Bishop. Visit: ohpapa.co.uk

Visit: robert-maloney.com

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LOT: 286

KEVIN WHITMAN ’15

LOT: 287

Remnants No.5, 2019, Edition 1 of 1

JOHN CASEY ’88

Sheltered, 2020

Silkscreen

Pencil and colored pencil on paper

10.5 X 28

14 X 11 X .010

$2,200

$800

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist

Kevin Whitman received his BFA from Massachusetts College of Art and Design with a focus in printmaking. His work deals with the themes of distortion and the perception of the human form. He is a past recipient of the Genevieve McMillan-Reba Stewart Traveling Fellowship.

Currently based in Oakland, CA, John Casey graduated from Massachusetts College of Art and Design in 1988 with a BFA in painting and began a studio practice in Boston that focused on surreal figurative painting and drawing. Eventually he added figurative sculpture and painted wood cutouts as part of his process. He has shown in galleries in Boston, Portland, and Los Angeles.

Visit: kevinwhitman.net

Visit: johncasey.com

LOT: 288

JESSICA TAM

LOT: 289

el Heidi Ben Salem, 2005

Oil on panel

Oil on canvas

24 X 49

15.2 X 19.25

$3,000

$3,000

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of Sheryl Marshall

Jessica Tam received an MFA from Yale School of Art. She exhibits nationally, and her work was recently featured in the AREA CODE Art Fair and The Boston Globe. She has been a recipient of the Walter Feldman Fellowship, the Clowes Fund Fellowship, the NEA Fellowship, and the Al Held Foundation Award at the American Academy in Rome. Her work is held in private collections.

Angela Dufresne is a painter originally from Connecticut, raised in Kansas and now based in Brooklyn. Dufresne participated in many group exhbitions, as well as solo exhibitions, which include Making Scene at the Kemper Museum (2018) and Just My Type at the Dorsky Museum at SUNY New Paltz (2019). She is Associate Professor of painting at RISD. Awards and honors include National Academy of Arts and Design induction 2018, a 2016 Guggenheim Fellowship, residency at Yaddo, a Purchase Award at The National Academy of Arts and Letters, two fellowships at The Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown, and a Jerome Foundation Fellowship.

Visit: jessicaJtam.com

LOT: 290

BRETT S. POZA M’19

LOT: 291

Pyrography, other burning methods, stain, ink

Fumage on paper mounted on panel

24 X 24

10 X 10

$450

$1,400

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist and Adelson Galleries

Brett S. Poza has a BFA from Rhode Island School of Design, an MA from Lesley University and an MFA from MassArt. She works primarily on wood, burning drawings based on science and nature into the surface. She has recently had work at the Alpha Gallery, Bromfield Gallery, and Boston Sculptors Gallery. In 2019 she was an artist in residence at UMass Medical School.

Over the past 16 years, Spazuk has refined his skill of painting with fire—creating exquisitely vivid figures and animals from the residue of his candle’s brushstrokes. He has become an internet sensation, and recently was recruited as a sponsored artist by Zippo. The draftsmanship is so remarkable that the works are often mistaken for academic drawings or photography.

Visit: brettpoza.com

Visit: spazuk.com

ANNE BEINECKE ’92

LOT: 293

KRISTIN BETH POWERS M’21

Flowers for Regan, 2020

Diptych of Postcard #15 and Postcard #11, 2020

Acrylic, graphite on watercolor paper

Collage - Found objects & writings, pen, ink, and epoxy

14 X 20

5.75 X 3.80 AND 5.50 X 3.80

$950

$375

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist

Anne Beinecke received a BFA in 1992 from Massachusetts College of Art and Design. Her work was recently exhibited at Site: Brooklyn, Bromfield Gallery, Gallery 263 and Cambridge Art Association and will be shown at the National Association of Women Artists, NY. She has been a recipient of the 2020 Cambridge Art Association Artist of the Year Award and the 2017 Cambridge Art Association Emerging Artist Award.

Kristin Beth Powers received a BFA in ceramics from Rhode Island School of Design, and is currently getting her MFA in 3D at MassArt. She has been a recipient of the Vermont Studio Center and Bread and Puppet Theatre residencies; and continues to give a series of public lectures on the importance of arts in education – as seen through a Waldorf/Steinerian lens since 2016.

Visit: annebeinecke.com

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STEVEN SPAZUK

The Nest, 2017

Listening to Stones, 2019

LOT: 292

ANGELA DUFRESNE

Untitled (from Launch series of 10), 2013

Visit: kristinbethpowers.com


LOTS: 286–297

LOT: 294

JAMES MASON ’81

LOT: 295

Adventures at the Rusty Bucket: Wheel handles, 2017

STACY FRIEDMAN ’15

Recorded History II, 2019, Edition 1 of 5 AP Intaglio and lithography with chine colle

Archival inkjet print

8X6

18 X 24

$300

$650

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist

Stacy Friedman received a BFA in printmaking and history of art from Massachusetts College of Art and Design. Her work was recently exhibited at Brickbottom Gallery and the Mosesian Center for the Arts. She was awarded a 2020 Mass Cultural Council Fellowship in Drawing and Printmaking.

James Mason received a BFA in fashion design from Massachusetts College of Art and Design, class of ’81 and MA from Lesley University, class of ’13. He is currently Dean of Faculty at MassArt.

Visit: stacyfriedmanart.com

LOT: 296

ALYSSA FISHENDEN ’15

LOT: 297

ELLEN SHATTUCK PIERCE

Futuristic Landscape, 2020

Wash, Rinse, Repeat, 2020, Edition 1 of 20

Rollerball pen, colored pencil and acrylic paint on cardboard

22 X 28

20 X 26.5

$500 Courtesy of the artist Alyssa Fishenden received a BFA in fashion design from Massachusetts College of Art and Design and an Associate of Arts Degree from Mount Wachusett Community College. She has a fascination with geometric shapes, architecture, and repetition that she incorporates into her illustrations and clothing designs. She currently works as an Assistant Accessories Designer for a women’s clothing company and exhibits artwork at galleries in New England.

Linocut

$700 Courtesy of the artist Ellen Shattuck Pierce is an artist, teacher, and long-time resident of Boston, MA. She graduated from UMass Boston, and received her Ed.M in arts education from Harvard and her MFA from York University in Toronto. Recently she showed in How’ve you been? at 13Forest Gallery. She is in the 7th Biennial Footprint International Competition at the Center for Contemporary Printmaking in Norwalk, CT. Visit: ellenshattuckpierce.com

Visit: alyssafishenden.com

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LOT: 300

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REBECCA HANNON

LOT: 301

Campanula (Bluebell) Brooch, 2007

Laser-cut laminate, glued together, hidden nylon/steel cable and steel rod

Cast sterling silver, pigment

15 X 9 X 0.125

$3,000

8 X 4 X 0.75

$1,200

Courtesy of the artist and Mobilia Gallery, Cambridge

Courtesy of the artist and Mobilia Gallery, Cambridge

Heather White is a current professor of Fine Arts 3D at MassArt. White’s work is highly influenced by historical metal objects and ornamentation made for royal figures, non-secular rituals, and military forces such as crowns, brooches and other forms of adornment. White’s work combines the inherent beauty of working with precious metals with larger issues surrounding ornamentation and decoration. White is a Fulbright Scholar and has a national and international exhibition record including the Bavarian Association for Arts and Crafts, Munich, the Birmingham Institute of Art and Design, England, the Society for Arts and Crafts, Boston and the Society for Contemporary Craft, Pittsburgh. White’s work is held in the collection of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA; the Renwick Gallery, Smithsonian American Art Museum; as well as numerous private collections throughout the United States and internationally.

A graduate of Rhode Island School of Design, Hannon worked as a goldsmith for five years in New York City before attending the Akademie der Bildenden Künste Munich on a Fulbright scholarship. Hannon creates colorful, sculptural necklaces constructed from complex interlocking forms. Models are first made in cardboard and then transformed in Formica. Hannon’s work is in the collections of the Marzee Collection, Nijimegen, Netherlands; the Estonian Museum of Art and Design, Tellinn, Estonia; The Mint Museum, NC; and the Racine Museum of Art, WI. Photography by Jordan Davis Robles.

LOT: 302

HEATHER WHITE

Vitamin D Neckpiece (Reversible), 2015

SOPHIE HUGHES ’08

Coil Hoops, 2013

LOT: 303

EMILY COBB

Sherbet Sherbird Brooch, 2020, Edition of 2

Recycled 18k yellow gold

Nylon, acrylic, onyx, brass, glass bead

2X2

4 X 5 X 1.5

$498

$480

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist and Mobilia Gallery, Cambridge

After receiving her BFA in metalsmithing from MassArt, Sophie Hughes launched her eponymous jewelry line in 2009 and her shop, Ore, shortly thereafter. Using timeworn hammers, anvils, and hand tools, Sophie’s environmentally and socially responsible jewelry is handcrafted with the highest quality recycled gold and reclaimed diamonds. Visit: sophiehughes.com

Emily Cobb received her MFA in metals/jewelry/CAD-CAM from Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia. Her work has been featured on the cover of Metalsmith magazine and has been exhibited in museums such as the Racine Art Museum, Bellevue Arts Museum, and HOW Art Museum. Her work was recently exhibited at the Baltimore Jewelry Center Gallery and will be shown at Gallery Baum in South Korea in 2021. Visit: emily-cobb.com

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LOTS: 300–311

LOT: 304

LAURA JAKLITSCH ’11

LOT: 305

Maple Wood and Polyurethane Brooch, 2016

BELLTOOTH ’12

Osiris-Rex, 2020

Wood, polyurethane resin, sterling silver, steel

Porcelain beads layered with raw aquamarine gemstones

2.5 X 1.5 X 0.5

16 X 2 X 1

$400

$1,000

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist

Laura Jaklitsch received a BFA in jewelry and metalsmithing from Massachusetts College of Art and Design. She was the 2016 recipient of the Society for Contemporary Craft’s LEAP Award and has appeared in publications such as Lapidary Journal Jewelry Artist. Her work is carried by galleries across the country.

Belltooth creates jewelry, and other curious creations, with an emphasis on handmade porcelain elements inspired by nature, science, and the world around us. Visit: belltooth.com

Visit: laurajaklitsch.com

LOT: 306

WILLIAM M. VANARIA ’12

LOT: 307

Earrings, 2018

Sterling silver & copper

Peyote stitch and woven, glass beads, thread

2.5 X 1 X 0.125

4 X 2.5

$600

$1,000

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist and Mobilia Gallery, Cambridge

William Vanaria received a BFA from the Massachusetts College of Art and Design, and an MFA from UMass Dartmouth. His work was recently exhibited at the Form & Concept Gallery and will be shown at the Beacon Street Gallery. He has been a recipient of the Carol Tyler Memorial Award. His work is held in the collections of the Main Mineral and Gem Museum.

Joyce J. Scott has been the recipient of numerous honors and awards including a 2016 MacArthur Fellow, two Honorary Doctorates, the 2019 Smithsonian Visionary Award, and most recently the 2020 American Craft Council Gold Medal for Consummate Craftsmanship. Born and raised in Baltimore, Joyce is a descendant of African-Americans, Native Americans, and Scots. Scott’s work comments on issues affecting contemporary society in an effort to elicit awareness and response. Her work is held in many public and private collections.

Visit: WMVmetalsmithing.com

LOT: 308

SEULGI KWON

LOT: 309

BRIE FLORA ’15

My Tree Necklace, 2017

Elevated Dangle Dots, 2019, Edition 1 of 3

Silicone, feathers, beads, sterling silver, thread

Sterling silver and powder coated brass

9 X 5 X 6.25

2.25 X 1 EACH

$2,600

$350

Courtesy of the artist and Mobilia Gallery, Cambridge

Courtesy of the artist and Monique Rancourt Artisan Gallery

Seulgi Kwon received both a BFA and MFA in Metalwork and Jewelry Fabrication from Kookmin University in Seoul, Korea. Kwon’s sculptural forms are fabricated from silicone and often embedded with thread, fabric, feathers, pigment and paper. The end result features the lightness of silicone combined with the translucent effect of glass. Kwon’s work is in the collection of The Museum of Art and Design, NY, The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Victoria & Albert Museum, London, the Swiss National Museum, Switzerland, and the Montreal Fine Arts Museum, Canada. Her innovative techniques and talents have been recognized with numerous awards and prizes including the prestigious BKV Prize, Munich, Germany; Cominelli Foundation Award, Fondazione Cominelli, Italy; Excellent Achievement of MFA, Kookmin University, South Korea; International Craft Exhibition ITAMI Prize, Hyogo, Japan; Talente Award, Kunstoff Prize, Munich, Germany; Graduate Metal XI, Adelaide, Australia; and The Art Jewelry Forum Award, United States.

LOT: 310

JOYCE J. SCOTT

A Modern Proposal, 2020, Edition 1 of 2

SUZAN REZAC

Brie Flora got her BFA in art education and jewelry/ metalsmithing from MassArt in 2015. Flora currently has work in the Secret Identity Project online exhibition AMEND and the JV Collective’s online exhibition In School Suspension; both shows featured during New York Jewelry Week 2020. She was the recipient of the Lillian Bardfield Award in 2014, and Best New Exhibitor at the TN Craft Fair 2019. Visit: brieflora.com

LOT: 311

LESLIE SHERSHOW ’06

Swimming Pool Earrings, 2019

Drifter, 2020, Edition 2 of 25

Sterling and fine silver, platinum, pvc, topaz, blue copper turquoise

Aluminum, luminescent film, resin

2.25 X 1 X 0.25

$300

$1,600 Courtesy of the artist and Mobilia Gallery, Cambridge Suzan Rezac is known for her mastery of inlay, using gold, silver, copper and especially the Japanese alloys shibuichi and shakudo. Rezac received her BFA and MFA from the Rhode Island School of Design. Her work has been exhibited nationally and internationally at the Renwick Gallery of the Smithsonian Institution in Washington DC, the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Montreal Museum of Decorative Arts and the National Museum in Zurich. She has received a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship, the Raphael Prize and the prestigious Dr. Herbert Hoffman Award (international). Her work is held in the collections of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston, the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Cooper-Hewitt Museum in New York and numerous private collections.

13 X 7.5 X 0.25

Courtesy of the artist Leslie Shershow received her BFA from Massachusetts College of Art and Design, and her MFA from San Diego State University. Her work was recently exhibited at Galerie Marzee, and was selected for the 2021 Schmuck Exhibition in Munich. She has held residencies at Houston Center for Contemporary Craft, and the Haystack Open Studio Residency. She has been a recipient of the One for the Future Award. Visit: leslieshershow.com

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LOT: 312

ELYSHA JOY ROBERTS ’11

LOT: 313

Satellite Array Brooch, 2007

Ogura Lace paper, PLA, bronze, 14k gold-fill, acrylic

Acrylic (printed from CAD), stainless steel, sterling silver

30 X 5 X 3

2 X 5 X 0.5

$1,750

$3,200

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist and Mobilia Gallery, Cambridge

Elysha Roberts received her BFA from MassArt. She was a resident artist at Rochester Institute of Technology. She received the Saul Bell Design award and was a finalist for the Halstead Design Award. Her work recently traveled across Europe in the exhibition Eloquence of Paper Jewelry. She currently owns and operates The Workshop, an artist collective on Martha’s Vineyard.

Joe Wood is a Professor Emeritus of the Fine Arts 3D Department at Massachusetts College of Art and Design where he is currently a visiting lecturer. “Much of my work stems from a continuing interest in the rich tradition of jewelry making. I am particularly interested in the use of synthetic ornament as a visual communicator. The most recent work involves the use of computer modeling and rapid prototype object making. Computer modeling easily allows the arrangement of elemental (primitive) forms into synthetic arrangements; often based on repetition and rhythm. My interest in this lies in their association to the structure of traditional ornament.” Wood’s work is in the collections of museums such as the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and the Renwick Gallery of the Smithsonian Institution.

Visit: elyshajoymetals.com

LOT: 314

LOT: 316

ASAGI MAEDA

LOT: 315

Earrings, 2018

Sterling silver, acrylic pipe

Resin, pigment, sterling silver

2.5 X 1.25

1 X 1 X 0.75

$600

$360

Courtesy of the artist and Mobilia Gallery, Cambridge

Courtesy of the artist and Mobilia Gallery, Cambridge

Asagi Maeda replicates her unique view of the world using hand-fabricated figures and environments encased in plexiglass and resin. Maeda grew up in the pearl business, and studied sculpture, gemology and then jewelry making. She creates dreamy worlds in miniature to express her belief that jewelry should be about wearing ideas, not just gemstones. Her work is in the collection of the Museum of Arts and Design, New York, as well as numerous private collections.

“My approach to jewelry often begins with a focus on the relationship between the jewelry piece and the human body. I look for simplicity and harmony in this relationship through the process of making: experimenting with materials and forms, constructing one part at a time, pausing to see the effect on the body. In the end I feel the need to leave an imperfection or add or eliminate an element, so that there is something a bit off or unexpected, at times in search of tension, rigor, sometimes for a touch of warmth.” Shimizu received her Masters Degree from Alchimia Contemporary Jewellery School in Florence. Her work is held in numerous private collections, as well as the permanent collection of Grassi Museum in Germany.

ARATA FUCHI

LOT: 317

MOMOKO KUMAI

Earrings, 2012

Double Pearl Necklace, 2019

Oxidized sterling silver, oxidized silver powder, gold foil

18k yellow gold, pearls, hand hammered links, hand fabricated safety pin clasp

2.5 LONG

18 long when doubled, 36 long when single strand

$5,900

Courtesy of the artist and Mobilia Gallery, Cambridge

Courtesy of the artist and Mobilia Gallery, Cambridge

Arata Fuchi (b. Japan), graduated from Tokyo Zokei University in Tokyo with a degree from the Industrial Design program in 1999. Interested in how the regular and irregular unite to make an intended shape and the idea that small points accumulate to become a line, Arata Fuchi’s brilliant technical skills are evident with his various techniques and use of materials, including Shibuichi, a traditional Japanese alloy of copper, and silver, and for the earrings gold spheres, Keum-Boo, an ancient Korean gilding technique is used, depleting the surface of sterling silver to bring up fine silver, then applying thin gold wire to fine silver wire with heat and pressure. Fuchi’s work is in the collections of The Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum, New York, The Spencer Museum of Art, Kansas and the Swiss National Museum, Switzerland.

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YOKO SHIMIZU

Scent of Spring Earrings, 2020

$440

LOT: 318

JOE WOOD

Strands, 2018

CYNTHIA TOOPS AND DAN ADAMS

Momoko Kumai received an MA in goldsmithing, silversmithing, metalwork and jewellery from the Royal College of Art in London. Kumai’s jewelry is inspired by the concept of movement and fluidity. Each carefully engineered piece consists of hand hammered, dimensional shapes in colored yellow, white and red gold, alloyed from nine to twenty- two carat. All designs when worn create an allusion of perpetual movement, reflected through movements of the wearer. The structures capture and reflect the light to convey a sense of rhythm and spatial depth.

LOT: 319

MICHELLE Y. YUN ’18

Driftwood Brooch, 2020

Orgo Circle Studs, 2019

Polymer clay, silver (Nancy Bonnema), driftwood, shell

Sterling Silver

1.25 X 1

0.75 X 0.75

$980

$250

Courtesy of the artists and Mobilia Gallery, Cambridge

Courtesy of the artist and Mobilia Gallery, Cambridge

“Dan and I started working together on polymer clay in 1987. The first beads we made were done with an onlaying techniques, almost like painting with clay. We are both self-taught in regards to polymer clay and soon learned cane and millefiori work. Our work is influenced by ancient beads, particularly glass beads from Indonesia (Jatim beads) and China (Warring States Beads). Most of our jewelry pieces are combinations of Dan’s glass and my polymer clay beads. The mosaic work I have been doing over the past few years is inspired by old Italian glass mosaics of pins and buttons, and the incredible seed bead work of Huichol Indians. The versatility of polymer clay allows me an infinite variety of color choices and I spend hours making the tiny tiles I use in my mosaics. I am also interested in folk images whether on painting, textiles, or jewelry, and spend many hours researching for each mosaic bead.” Toops and Adams’ work is part of the permanent collection at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

Michelle received a BFA in jewelry and metalsmithing from Massachusetts College of Art and Design. Her work was recently exhibited at Mobilia Gallery for the Jewelry from Architecture exhibition. She was nominated to be a part of the 2018 New York Jewelry Week One for the Future and participated in Milano Jewelry Week in 2019. Her work is held in the collections at Mobilia Gallery. Visit: michelleyyun.com


LOTS: 312–327

LOT: 320

LOT: 322

HAROLD O’CONNOR

LOT: 321

Lapis and Silver Cuff, 2020

18k gold, gold granulation, silver, beach pebble (size: 6.5)

Sterling Silver

1.125 X 1.125 X 1.5

4X2X5

$1,850

$400

Courtesy of the artist and Mobilia Gallery, Cambridge

Courtesy of the artist

“O’Connor has experimented with various forms of casting, including cuttlefish bone, which leaves a porous imprint on the metal. He also favors reticulation, a method of texturing metal by dusting it with minute particles of silver or gold and then heating the piece until the granules become part of the surface, and mokume, a Japanese technique of laminating metals to create a surface for repousse design. He is an expert at laying metal until it looks like crinkled paper.” (“Through the Golden Eye: The Artistry of Harold O’Connor” by Dexter Cirillo, American Craft Magazine.) O’Connor’s work is in various collections including: The Victoria and Albert Museum, London, England; The Goldsmiths Hall, London; Cesky Raj Museum, Turnov, Czech Republic; The State Art Gallery, Legnecia, Poland; The German Goldsmith Society, Hanau, Germany; among many others.

Kimon received a BFA in metals from MassArt. He is part of the Metalmorphosis group which works out of the Motherbrook Community in Dedham, MA. His work is being worn, used and loved in households across the country.

BARBARA SEIDENATH

LOT: 323

Cascade Earrings, 2020

FEDERICO URIBE

Yellow Beak, 2020

Enamel discs in mixed colors, sterling silver

Bullet shells

0.75 X 0.75

9 X 7 X 5.5

$460

$2,500

Courtesy of the artist and Mobilia Gallery, Cambridge

Courtesy of the artist and Adelson Galleries Born in Bogotá, Colombia in 1962, Federico Uribe currently lives and works in Miami. Uribe studied art at the University of Los Andes in Bogotá, and by 1988 he arrived in New York to pursue an MFA degree under the supervision of Luis Camnitzer. After receiving his degree, he left New York to study and work in Cuba, Mexico, Russia, England, and finally Miami. His artwork has been collected by and featured in multiple museums around North and South America. In this past year alone, Uribe’s work has been shown in Europe, Asia, and widely across the United States. Uribe participated in the 2019 Venice Biennale.

Barbara Seidenath was born and raised in Munich, Germany. She studied jewelry making at the State School for Glass and Jewelry in Neugablonz, Germany where she received a BFA in goldsmithing, followed by an MFA from the Academy of Fine Arts, Munich. Seidenath has been on the teaching faculty of the Rhode Island School of Design for nearly three decades and is currently serving as Senior Critic. She also taught at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Tufts University in Boston and is a former faculty member of the Fine Arts 3D department at MassArt. She has taught many seminars and workshops in the U.S. and abroad and has had her work shown in international solo and group exhibitions. Seidenath's work is in the collection of the American Craft Museum, New York City; Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and the Design Museum of Munich, Germany.

LOT: 324

KIMON YANNOPOULOS ’99

Ring, 2011

JOSEPH WEBSTER ’15

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LOT: 325

J. SHANNON FLOYD ’15

Gold Stem Goblets, 2020

Bottle Trio, 2020

Blown glass; a unique set of 10 handmade goblets

Blown and coldworked glass

12 X 36 X 12

21 X 8.5 X 21, 16 X 8 X 16, 12 X 8 X 12

$2,000

$2,000

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist

Joseph Webster graduated from MassArt in 2015 with a BFA in glass. Joseph currently owns a studio and gallery in Biddeford, Maine where he makes and sells his work. Joseph’s work is represented by several New England galleries and is held in private collections around the world. His work is often renowned for its high level of craft honoring traditional glass making techniques.

Shannon Floyd graduated from Massachusetts College of Art and Design in 2015 with a BFA in glass. Since graduating she has traveled throughout the US working with a variety of glass artists. Currently, she works out of a studio in Cambridge, MA. Drawn to the simple beauty and the constant challenge of working with glass, Shannon draws inspiration from Scandinavian and mid-century modern design to create contemporary objects ranging from decorative to functional that are simple yet elegant and modern.

Visit: JosephWebsterGlass.com

Visit: Jshannonfloyd.com

LOT: 326

STEPHANIE CHUBBUCK ’94

LOT: 327

YANA PAYUSOVA

untitled, 2019

Reclining Nude, Revolutions Series, 2019

Blown and cold worked glass and mixed media

Ceramic

18 X 6 X 6

11 X 11 X 5

$2,200

$1,500

Courtesy of the artist and Dean Day Gallery

Courtesy of the artist and Howard Yezerski Gallery

Stephanie Chubbuck received her BFA in sculptural glass and fine metalsmithing from Massachusetts College of Art and Design in 1994 and attended Pilchuck Glass School in Seattle. Her work has been most notably reviewed in Sculpture magazine and is included in the permanent collections of deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum and The Fidelity Collection.

Yana Payusova was born in 1979 in Leningrad, USSR. She received an MFA from the University of Colorado at Boulder. Payusova exhibits both nationally and internationally, including recent venues at the Northern Clay Center, Howard Yezerski Gallery, and Tucson Museum of Art. Payusova will participate in a residency at the Guldagergaard International Ceramic Research Center in Denmark in 2021.

Visit: stephaniechubbuck.com

Visit: payusova.com

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LOT: 328

GINTS GRINBERGS

LOT: 329

SASHA KOOZEL REIBSTEIN M’05

Me Too, 2018

Softie, 2020

Welded laser cut steel

Ceramic, mixed media

16 X 17 X 8

8X4X8

$500

$650

Courtesy of the artist and Clark Gallery

Courtesy of the artist

Gints Grinbergs received his BA Arch. from RISD. and took courses at SMFA/Tufts and MassArt. He participated in group and solo shows throughout NE, including at deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum, Fuller Craft Museum, and Stonehill College as well as in NY, Chicago, Toronto, Denver, DC. and the Museum of Fine Arts, Riga, Latvia. Solo shows include De Menil Gallery, Groton School, Clark Gallery, Lincoln, MA, Boston Art and Sunne Savage Gallery.

Sasha Koozel Reibstein received an MFA from MassArt and a BFA from the University of Michigan. Her work was recently exhibited at MCASD, Quint Gallery, the San Diego International Airport and the San Angelo Museum of Fine Art. Reibstein has traveled extensively, exhibiting in China, Denmark, Hungary and Germany. Her work has been featured in over 70 national and international exhibitions. Visit: sashakr.com

Visit: GintsGrinbergs.com

LOT: 330

LOT: 332

GARRETT MARSHALL GOULD ’14

LOT: 331

REBECCA MCGEE TUCK ’19

Toast (vanity), 2020

If On A Winter’s Day for a Traveler, 2019

Wood, flocking, paint, mirror, custom brass hardware

Steel and sea debris

10.5 X 10.5 X 1.5

13 X 12 X 3

$1,450

$750

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist

Garrett Gould is an artist living and working in Boston. He is a graduate of Massachusetts College of Art and Design with a BFA in sculpture. He has had recent shows at Fisher Parrish, Brooklyn NY; Gallery 1993, Los Angeles, CA; The Aviary, Jamaica Plain, MA; and Elevator Mondays, Los Angeles CA. He is also a recent recipient of a St. Botolph Emerging Artist Award and Amelia Peabody Award.

Rebecca McGee Tuck received her BFA in sculpture from MassArt in 2019. Since then her work has been juried into exhibitions around Boston including Boston Sculptors Gallery, Fountain Street Gallery and Beacon Gallery. Tuck received the 2020 Present Tense Award, given to an artist whose work exemplifies new techniques, risk taking and excellence in execution. Tuck recently had her first solo show.

Visit: garrett-gould.com

Visit: Rebeccamcgeetuck.com

DANA FILIBERT ’99

LOT: 333

Pup, 2018

ALISON LAYTON ’06

Tulipa ’leo’, 2020

Steel, repurposed objects, epoxy, paint

Hand-fabricated, gold and brown patinaed brass

9X7X8

15 X 8 X 5

$900

$1,450

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist

Dana Filibert received an MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art and a BFA from MassArt. Her work was recently exhibited at the BCA, Novado Gallery, and Fitchburg Museum of Art. She was awarded several grants including the Massachusetts Cultural Council Fellowship in Sculpture. Her work is in the permanent collection of Chrysler LCC, the Philadelphia Art Hotel as well as several private collections.

Alison Layton received a degree from Massachusetts College of Art and Design. Her work is in the private collections in New York City. Layton fabricates exuberant, naturalistic botanical metal sculptures from Brooklyn, NY. A deep-rooted reverence for flora and planet earth inextricably informs and inspires her studio practice, as well as her work in floral design. After graduating with distinction from MassArt, Alison went on to study horticulture which furthered her technical knowledge of the organisms she so respects.

Visit: danafilibert.net

Visit: AlisonLaytonStudio.com

LOT: 334

MICHAEL PIETRAGALLA

PAUL S. BRIGGS M’16

Pedestal foot Windflower, 2020

Wood: book-matched spalted maple and mahogany

Ceramic

10 X 5.5 X 4

6.5 X 6.5 X 6.5

$750

$850

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist and Lucy Lacoste Gallery

Michael Pietragalla received a BFA from Swain School of Design, followed by studies at MassArt. He owns Floating Stone Woodworks, a custom furniture shop in New Bedford, and offers his work through the New Bedford Whaling Museum, The Drawing Room, and Artisans Way Fine Art and Craft. His work has been exhibited throughout New England and is held in collections across the United States.

Paul Briggs received his PhD from Penn State. His work was recently exhibited at Lucy Lacoste Gallery in Concord, MA and September Gray Gallery, Atlanta, GA, and will be shown at Friedman Benda Gallery in New York. He has been a recipient of the Harvard Ceramics Program residency. His work is held in collections such as the University of Tennessee and San Angelo Museum of Art.

Visit: FloatingStoneWoodworks.com

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LOT: 335

Hidden Treasure Box, 2016

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LOTS: 328–343

LOT: 336

MURRAY DEWART M’92

LOT: 337

MICHAEL MITTELMAN M’02

Double Happiness, 2015, Edition 3 of 8

Dissipate 001, 2019

Lost wax bronze cast

Walnut and hickory

9X8X2

14 X 33 X 2

$3,000

$2,500

Courtesy of the artist and Boston Sculptors Gallery

Courtesy of the artist and Howard Yezerski Gallery Michael Mittelman received an MFA from Massachusetts College of Art and Design in the Studio for Interrelated Media in 2002. His work was recently exhibited at Howard Yezerski Gallery and Mayyim Hayyim. His work is held in the Spalter Collection.

Murray Dewart received a BA from Harvard in 1970 and an MFA from MassArt in 1992. He is a co-founder of the Boston Sculptors Gallery with an upcoming exhibition in 2021. His work was recently shown at the Boston Athenaeum. He has built public sculptures in China, Israel, Peru, and across the US, and has work in 35 museums, including the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum, Rose Art Museum at Brandeis, Harvard, and in China and Peru.

Visit: expandedfield.com

Visit: dewartsculpture.com

LOT: 338

LOT: 340

DEVON MURPHY ’08

LOT: 339

Olive Oil Tray Set w/ Jar, 2020

Hot cast glass, walnut, blood wood and copper

Porcelain and glaze

5 X 18 X 2

5 X 9.5 X 6

$600

$125

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist

Devon Murphy received his BFA from Massachusetts College of Art and Design and his MFA from Tulane University. His work was recently exhibited at the Imagine Museum and will be on display at Panama City Hot Glass, glass blowing studio and gallery he is opening in Panama City, Florida. He has shown in galleries and museums all over the US.

Dubhe Carreno received a BFA at Massachusetts College of Art and Design in 1999 and an MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2001. Upon graduation, Dubhe was hired as an instructor by Northeastern Illinois University where she currently teaches ceramics. She is the owner of This Quiet Dust Ceramics, a ceramics studio in Northbrook, IL focusing on contemporary functional porcelain dinnerware.

Visit: devonmurphyart.com

Visit: thisquietdustceramics.com

DR. LAKRA

LOT: 341

FRANK GREGORY ’85

Untitled, 2019, 18 of 20

Backlit Begonia, 2019

Two-plate direct gravure with spitbite and drypoint on paper

Oil on canvas

25.5 X 20.75

24 X 24

$1,950

$2,800

Courtesy of the artist and LeRoy Neiman Center for Print Studies

Courtesy of the artist and Ray Wiggs Gallery Frank Gregory received his BFA in painting from Massachusetts College of Art and Design. His work was recently exhibited at Greenhut Galleries in Portland, ME and The Berkshire Museum. He will have a solo show at The Ray Wiggs Gallery in 2021. He has been a recipient of the Orlowsky Freed Foundation Grant from the Provincetown Art Museum in 2017. His work is held in many collections nationwide.

Jerómino López Ramirez, better known as Dr. Lakra, was born in Mexico City in 1972. From 1988 - 1991, he was an active participant in Taller de los viernes, a weekly meeting of artists held at the home of Gabriel Orozco where a number of artistic and cultural projects took shape. Dr. Lakra’s work has been the subject of solo exhibitions at the Drawing Center, NY, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, and exhibited widely throughout the United States, Mexico and Europe at venues such as Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Oaxaca (MACO), Mexico and Tate Modern, England. His work is in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art, New York, Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, and the Walker Center for the Arts, Minneapolis, among others.

LOT: 342

DUBHE CARRENO ’99

Lines in the Sand, 2012

DORON PUTKA

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LOT: 343

REBECCA DOUGHTY

Houses, 2019

Tangles, 2018

Paper collage

Acrylic and paper on wood

5.25 X 7.25

6 X 6 EACH

$350

$2,100

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist and The Schoolhouse Gallery

Doron Putka studied at Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in Jerusalem, Israel. Her work is exhibited regularly at The Copley Society of Art and Concord Center for the Visual Arts. She received several awards from Copley Society and Concord Art. Her works are all in private collections.

Rebecca received a BFA from UMass Amherst, and an MFA from Vermont College of Fine Arts. She recently exhibited at The Schoolhouse Gallery, Provincetown, and Gallery Kayafas. She was a MCC finalist, and has received grants/fellowships from Artists Resource Trust, Ucross, Ballinglen, and Blanche E. Colman Foundations. Her work is included in many public and private collections.

Visit: doronputka.com

Visit: rebeccadoughty.com

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LOT: 344

BARBARA GRAD

LOT: 345

Small World 20-045, 2020

PETER ARVIDSON

Speed Racer, 2019

Watercolor, gouache, crayon, graphite on paper

Oil on canvas

15 X 11

25 X 25

$1,500

$2,400

Courtesy of the artist and Howard Yezerski Gallery

Courtesy of the artist and Rice Polak Gallery Peter Arvidson received an MFA degree from the University at Buffalo. His work will be featured at the Rice Polak Gallery in Provincetown, MA in the summer of 2021. Arvidson’s work is held in the permanent collection of the Burchfield-Penney Art Center and numerous private collections worldwide.

Barbara Grad received a BFA and MFA from The Art Institute of Chicago. Her work was recently exhibited at the Howard Yezerski Gallery. She has been a recipient of many awards: MA Cultural Council, New England NEA, National Endowment for the Arts, two Brown Fellowships: the Art Institute of Chicago. Collections include: Kemper Museum, Art Institute of Chicago, Koehnline Museum, Contemporary Art Chicago.

Visit: PeterArvidson.com

Visit: barbaragrad.com

LOT: 346

DANIEL GORDON

LOT: 347

Plant Store/Avocado Plant (Plant #6), 2018, Edition of 50

Night Pool, 2018, Edition 8 of 8 Etching on paper

Pigment print on archival paper

11 X 13

17.7 X 11.8

$1,425

$1,000

Courtesy of the artist and LeRoy Neiman Center for Print Studies

Courtesy of the MassArt Art Museum (MAAM) Daniel Gordon is an artist whose work has been exhibited in and collected by institutions around the world, including the Saatchi Gallery, London; Museum of Modern Art, NY; Le Bon Marché, Paris, Foam Museum, Amsterdam; among others. In Daniel Gordon Plant Store, artist Daniel Gordon continues to investigate the connections between mediums/color/form, and artifice/authenticity. Gordon will be a featured artist on The Greenway in spring 2021. He has an MFA from Yale School of Art.

LOT: 348

LOT: 350

JENNIFER BORNSTEIN

ZOÉ GILLETTE ’19

Jennifer Bornstein (b. 1970) is an artist living in Los Angeles. She works in diverse media including video, 16-millimeter film, photographic processes, and printmaking. She has received numerous awards and grants, including a Freund Fellowship (2017); ICA Boston Foster Prize (2017); Radcliffe Fellowship (2014); Harvard University Film Study Center Fellowship (2014-15); DAAD Berliner Künstlerprogramm (2010); PollockKrasner Foundation Grant (2008); and Rema Hort Mann Foundation Award (1997). Exhibitions of her work include solo shows at the St. Louis Art Museum, St. Louis (2018); the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam (2012); Fargfabriken Center for Contemporary Art, Stockholm (2009); and the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (2005); as well as numerous group shows including the Whitney Biennial (2014).

LOT: 349

DAISY ST. SAUVEUR ’19

The Wine Store Lady, 2020

your kind (speak to me), 2020

Ink and digital

Acrylic on canvas

11 X 14

20 X 24

$300

$700

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist

Zoé Gillette received her BFA in illustration from MassArt in 2019. Her work was accepted into the Society of Illustrators Student Scholarship Competition and was used by Collective Brew as an internationally-distributed beer can label. Three adjectives she would use to describe her work are honest, grouchy, and pungent.

Daisy St. Sauveur is a printmaker, painter, and muralist from the south shore of Massachusetts. She is a MassArt 2019 graduate with a degree in printmaking. Her work has been in the Abigail Ogilvy Gallery, SSAC, and the Cape Cod Cultural Center. She is a recipient of SSAC’s Award of Excellence and has been featured in National Geographic Traveller.

Visit: zoegillette.com

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EVAN PERKINS ’19

LOT: 351

OPAL ECKER DERUVO ’12

Heron, Taking Flight, 2019, Open Edition

Ritual, 2014, Edition 8 of 12

Archival inkjet print

Etching

14 X 20

21 X 27

$900

$1,200

Courtesy of the artist and Gallery Kayafas

Courtesy of the artist

Evan Perkins received a BFA in photography from Massachusetts College of Art and Design in 2019. His work was recently exhibited at Silver Eye Center for Photography, Gallery 263, Arlington Center for the Arts, and Castleton University Bank Gallery.

Opal Ecker DeRuvo received a BFA from Massachusetts College of Art and Design and is currently pursuing their MFA at Yale. Their work has recently been exhibited at Atelier Circulaire in Montreal, and Mesh Art Gallery in Chicago. They have been a recipient of international residences in Germany and Canada. Their work is in the collection of the Janet Turner Print Museum and Kenosha Public Museum.

Visit: evanperkinsphotography.com

Visit: opaleckerderuvo.com

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LOTS: 344–359

LOT: 352

THOMAS GEARTY M’99

LOT: 353

KEITH CROFTON ’12

Untitled (from HolgaWork), 2019

Bauhaus inground, 2020

Archival inkjet print

Acrylic paint, joint compound, foam and board

8X8

16 X 12 X 4.5

$800

$800

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist

Thomas Gearty’s photographs have been exhibited across the US and internationally. Locally, his work has shown in venues including the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Bernard Toale Gallery, Krakow Witkin Gallery, Howard Yezerski Gallery, Dan Elias Fine Art, St. Botolph Club, the Photographic Resource Center, and the Massachusetts State House.

Keith Crofton received a BFA from MassArt in 2012. He is on a quest to create the perfect pool using reverse perspective and peripheral drift illusion techniques. Visit: keithcrofton.com

Visit: thomasgearty.com

LOT: 354

MARY HUGHES M’95

LOT: 355

Labyrinth, 2019

JUAN OBANDO

Street Rage, 2020, Edition 1 of 3

Oil on wood

Digital print on skateboards

12 X 16

32 X 27 X 4

$950

$2,500

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist

Mary Hughes received an MFA from Massachusetts College of Art and Design. Recent exhibitions include The Painting Center in New York City, Copley Society of Art, Boston and Gallery 360 at Northeastern University. She has been the recipient of a Fulbright Scholarship and residencies at Anderson Art Ranch and Vermont Studio Center. Her work is included in the collections of Northeastern University.

Juan Obando received a BA in industrial design and architecture from Universidad de Los Andes (Bogotá, Colombia) and an MFA from Purdue University. Recent solo shows include Pro Revolution at Espacio Odeón (Bogotá, Colombia, 2019) and Jeep VIP at Volta Art Fair (New York, NY), Selected group exhibitions include Game Changers (MAAM, Boston, 2020) and Video Sur (Palais de Tokyo, France, 2018). Visit: juanobando.com

Visit: mchughes.net

LOT: 356

SCOTT OFFEN ’20 M’22

LOT: 357

JULIA EMILIANI ’15

Grace by the Window, 2018, Edition 1 of 10

September Studio, 2020

Archival inkjet print from negative

Acrylic on canvas

12 X 15

28 X 22

$500

$2,500

Courtesy of the artist and Aviary Gallery

Courtesy of the artist

Scott Offen was born in Boston in 1960. He is currently pursuing an MFA in photography at Massachusetts College of Art and Design. His work has been shown most recently at Aviary Gallery in Jamaica Plain, MA and at the Griffin Museum of Photography in Winchester, MA where he has work in their collection.

Julia Emiliani received a BFA in illustration from Massachusetts College of Art and Design in 2015. Her work was recently exhibited at the Kathryn Schultz Gallery in Cambridge, MA. She has been recognized by The Society of Illustrators of Los Angeles and Creative Quarterly, and has work held in the Sophia Smith Special Collections at Smith College.

Visit: scottoffen.net

Visit: juliaemiliani.com

LOT: 358

MICHAEL CAPPABIANCA ’98

LOT: 359

CECILIA VÁZQUEZ

Oleophobic #5, 2020, Edition 1 of 5

Resonance #3, 2020

Pigment print

Acrylic and color pencil

20 X 16

11.81 X 13.77

$750

$850

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist

Michael Cappabianca received a BA from MassArt and an MFA from California College of the Arts in San Francisco. His work has been shown nationally and he was a recipient of the Massachusetts Cultural Council Artist Fellowship.

Cecilia Vázquez received her BFA degree from the National University of Mexico and her MFA degree from MassArt. Her work was shown at Miami University of Ohio in 2020. She has been a Fulbright and a National System of Creators grantee (Mexico). Her work is held in the collections of MUSAS Art Museum and MACAY Contemporary Art Museum in Mexico, and Fundación Arte y Autores Contemporáneos in Spain.

Visit: michaelcappabianca.com

Visit: ceciliavazquez.com

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LOT: 360

MAURA CONRON

LOT: 361

LUANNE E WITKOWSKI ’86

Room Beyond, 2020, Edition 1 of 6

No.4, 2019

Archival inkjet; single exposure image of historical house

Collagraph intaglio monoprint

12 X 12

30 X 22

$900

$975

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist, Kingston Gallery and Hutson Gallery

Maura Conron received a BA from Brown University and an MAT from Rhode Island School of Design. She has exhibited at the MassArt Auction, Bromfield Gallery, and Griffin Museum. Her works is held in various private collections in the United States and Europe.

Luanne E Witkowski received her BFA from MassArt (’86) and MA from UMass (’03). Her work was recently exhibited at Kingston Gallery, Boston; Hutson Gallery, Provincetown; and will be shown at each in 2021. She was MassArt LR-MFA 2019 Visiting AIR, Wellfleet Boathouse AIR, and recipient of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Lifetime Achievement in Art and Commendation. Her work is held in collections worldwide.

Visit: mauraconron.com

Visit: lewstudio.com

LOT: 362

RACHEL PAXTON

LOT: 363

WALKER T. ROMAN ’12

Cowboy Motel, Dusk, 2020

It Found Nothing But Itself, 2020

Acrylic and ink

Acrylic and graphite on polypropylene

21 X 17

29.5 X 25.5

$1,200

$1,600

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist

Rachel Paxton received a BFA from Rhode Island School of Design and a BFA from The School of The Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts. Her work was recently exhibited at Massachusetts Convention Center Gallery in Boston, MA. She has been the recipient of the Dana Pond Painting Competition, and awarded a residency at The Vermont Studio Center. Her work is held many corporate collections throughout the US.

Walker T. Roman graduated from MassArt in 2012 with a BFA in painting. His work was recently exhibited in the Brattleboro Museum of Art, and had solo exhibitions at Faces Gallery and The Workshop. He is a recipient of the Edward Movitz Auction Award, multiple Pathways ARTS grants, and has worked as a visiting professor at the New Mexico School of Arts. Visit: walkertroman@gmail.com

Visit: rachelhpaxton.com

LOT: 364

LOT: 366

MICHELLE STEVENS ’19

QWYNTO ’16

Like father, Like son, 2019

Graphite on paper

Acrylic and latex paint on canvas

12 X 12

36 X 24

$1,665

$2,700

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist

Michelle Stevens received a BFA in illustration, with honors and a faculty choice award, and minor in sustainability, from Massachusetts College of Art and Design. Her work was recently exhibited at Cambridge Art Association, ArtsWorcester, and House of Venus in SoWA. She received the 2019 Drawing Prize at Concord Art, and has been recognized by the Society of Illustrators, NYC.

Qwynto is an illustrator and mural artist. He moved to Memphis, TN after graduating from MassArt in 2016, earning his BFA in illustration. Since traveling to the south, he has been engaged in numerous exhibitions, collectives, art fairs, and community projects. His work has been used for advertising, on murals throughout the country, sold in galleries, and for educational materials in local parks.

Visit: michellestevensart.com

Visit: qwynto.com

FRED H.C. LIANG

LOT: 367

BRET WOODARD ’10

The flight of Mongolian Cuckoo Birds, 2018

Drawing Class, 2020, Edition 1 of 4

Acrylic, silkscreen, papercut on BFK

Digital C Print

31 X 22

16 X 24

$5,200

$1,200

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist

Fred H. C. Liang received a BFA from the University of Manitoba, and an MFA from Yale University. His honors include Massachusetts Cultural Council Arts Grants in both painting, printmaking, and works on paper. Liang’s work is in numerous public and private collections, including Fidelity, the Gund Collection, Addison Gallery of American Art, and the Rose Art Museum at Brandeis University.

Bret Woodard received a degree from MassArt in sculpture and photography. He has recently shown work at Root Division SF, Artist Television Access, Levy Art & Architecture, and the Independent Shorts Awards.

Visit: fredliang.com, qna-studio.com

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LOT: 365

Poke, 2020

Visit: Heytomorrow.com


LOTS: 360–375

LOT: 368

CHRIS FAUST ’88

LOT: 369

Freedom from Fear - Cormorants #1, 2012

Acrylic on panel

Monotype

10 X 8

22 X 30

$1,500

$2,000

Courtesy of the artist and bk projects

Courtesy of the artist and VanDeb Editions

Chris Faust received a BFA from MassArt in 1988 and an MFA from Vermont College of Fine Arts in 2013. His work has been exhibited in New York at The Drawing Center and PS122, and most recently at the Cushing Gallery at Stonehill College. He is the recipient of a Rema Hort Mann Grant in 1997 and a Massachusetts Cultural Council Grant in 2010. He is represented by bk projects.

Deborah Freedman is a painter and printmaker whose work has been exhibited in numerous venues including The Brooklyn Museum of Art, Artists Space, The Cooper-Hewitt Museum of Design, The Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts in Hong Kong, Albright Knox Gallery, and Rutgers University. Gallery exhibits include Sideshow, Brooklyn; The Painting Center, NYC; IPCNY, Lori Bookstein Gallery, Gallery AMI&KANOKO, Osaka, Japan; and The Printmaking Workshop. Her work is included in many corporate and private collections. Freedman studied painting and printmaking at NYU with Knox Martin, Audrey Flack, James Wines, and Robert Blackburn. She was a MacDowell Colony Fellow and Guest Artist at the Printmaking Workshop.

Visit: chrisfauststudio.com

LOT: 370

DEBORAH FREEDMAN

Assembly, 2020

JASON KAROLAK

LOT: 371

YO AHN HAN M’14

PR-1315, 2013, Edition of 15

Blooming, 2017

Solar plate etching on paper

Yupo paper

14.75 X 13.5

60 X 30

$1,030

$4,500

Courtesy of the artist and Oehme Graphics

Courtesy of the artist and Chase Young Gallery

Jason Karolak is an abstract artist living and working in Brooklyn, NY. Born in Rochester, MI in 1974, he received a BFA in Painting from Pratt Institute in 1997 and an MFA from School of Art Institute of Chicago in 2006. Karolak’s work has been featured in many shows including solo exhibitions around the country in galleries such as Rowland Contemporary (Chicago, IL), Massimo Audiello (New York, NY), Dolphin (Kansas City, MO), McKenzie Fine Art (New York, NY), and Robischon Gallery (Denver, CO). He has also participated as a Visiting Artist at a number of colleges and universities and has held several academic positions as an instructor and lecturer since 2007.

YoAhn Han received his MFA at MassArt and BFA in painting at SAIC. Recent solo shows include Botanical Rhapsody at Chase Young Gallery in Boston and Drowned Fluorescence at Bancroft School (2019). YoAhn Han has been appointed as a juror for Beacon Gallery’s totem group exhibition and biannual painting and drawing fellowship for Massachusetts Cultural Council (2020). He teaches at RISD and MassArt. Visit: yoahnhan.com

Visit: jasonkarolak.com

LOT: 372

BRUCE MYREN ’93

LOT: 373

N 40° 00’ 00 W 91° 00’ 00 Clayton, Illinois, 2012, 2012

MICHELLE AMY POIRIER ’18 M’19

Sunday Communion, 2019 Acrylic on panel

Archival pigment print on Canson Platine Fibre Rag

24 X 18

8 X 30

$450

$1,250

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist and Gallery Kayafas

Michelle is a Boston-based illustrator and educator. Focusing on pop culture and illustrative type, she combines energetic line work with expressive paint for galleries, editorial work, and promotional design. She received a BFA with honors in illustration (2018) and a Master of Arts in Teaching (2019) from Massachusetts College of Art and Design.

Bruce Myren received a BFA from MassArt, and an MFA from UConn. He has been exhibited at Phoenix Art Museum, RISD Museum, Houston Center of Photography, and the Center for Creative Photography. His Fort Juniper Project was shown at Gallery Kayafas in October 2020. In 2014 he received a Cambridge Arts Council Grant. Myren’s work is in the collections of Fidelity and the Center for Creative Photography.

Visit: michelleamypoirier.com

Visit: brucemyren.com

LOT: 374

RAYMOND SAÁ

Untitled, 2020

LOT: 375

NICOLA LÓPEZ

Apparition I, 2019, Edition 4 of 8

Gouache collage on sewn paper

Collagraph on pigmented inkjet

31 X 27

21.5 X 31.25

$4,800

$3,200

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist and LeRoy Neiman Center for Print Studies

Raymond Saá was born in New Orleans, raised in Miami and currently lives in New Jersey. Selected solo exhibitions include: Pentimenti Gallery, Monstera Deliciosa, Philadelphia, PA; Margaret Thatcher Projects, Mellifluent, New York, NY; Proto Gallery, Flip Ya Lid, Hoboken, NJ; Court Gallery, Raymond Saá, William Paterson University, NJ; The Gallery at Sasaki, Raymond Saá Work on Paper, Boston, MA; Korn Gallery, Drew University, Canastero, Madison, NJ. Visit: raymondsaa.com

Nicola López (b. 1975) received her BA and MFA at Columbia University in 1998 and 2004, respectively. Her work has been exhibited widely both in the United States and internationally at institutions including the Museum of Modern Art, NY; Los Angeles County Museum of Art, CA; Denver Museum of Art; and the Museo Tamayo, Mexico City. López’s work has been the subject of solo exhibitions at the Chazen Museum of Art, Madison, WI and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, NY. She was commissioned to create a temporary site-specific work for The Metropolitan Museum of Art in 2013. Visit: nicolalopez.com

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LOT: 376

LESLIE LYMAN M’20

LOT: 377

Hyphae, 2019, Edition of 40

Archival pigment print

Intaglio

24 X 36

17.5 X 17.5

$500

$1,515

Courtesy of the artist and Boston Sculptors Gallery

Courtesy of the artist and Stoney Road Press Eilis O’Connell was born in Derry, Northern Ireland in 1953. She studied at the Crawford School of Art in Cork and at Massachusetts College of Art and Design. Known primarily as a sculptor, she has won public art commissions around the United Kingdom, in the London Docklands area and the Cardiff Bay Arts Trust. She has completed two sculpture commissions for Lismore Castle in Waterford. Now based in Cork, she has a studio in a renovated creamery and was commissioned to produce a 13.5 meter sculpture in copper and stainless steel for Lapps Quay in the city.

Leslie Lyman received her MFA from MassArt and her BA from Smith College. Her work has been shown at MassArt, Boston, MA, the White-Ellery House, Cape Ann Museum, Gloucester, MA, Northampton, MA, Portsmouth, NH, Hall-Haskell House, Ipswich, MA. Leslie has two upcoming shows this winter at Boston Sculptors Gallery and the Piano Craft Gallery. Visit: leslielyman.com

LOT: 378

EILIS O’CONNELL

Comfort Taken, 2020, Edition 1 of 20

C CLINTON ’93

LOT: 379

CORAL WOODBURY

Dark Tangle, 2015

Howardena Pindell, 2020

Acrylic on canvas

Sumi Ink on Book Page

24 X 24

11.375 X 8.625

$2,400

$885

Courtesy of the artist and Fountain Street

Courtesy of the artist and Abigail Ogilvy Gallery

C. Clinton received a BFA at MassArt, and MFA from Umass Dartmouth. Her work is held in the collections of Meditech, Framingham, MA, and New England BioLabs, Frankfurt, Germany. Clinton’s work also headlines numerous private collections nationally and abroad.

As a historian and as an artist, Coral Woodbury (b. 1971, NY) critically reinterprets Western artistic heritage from a feminist perspective, bringing overdue focus and reverence to the long line of women artists who worked without recognition or enduring respect. Her work reclaims space for them, bringing women together across time and place in art that recasts and re-crafts the story of art.

Visit: Cclinton.com

Visit: jcoral.com

LOT: 380

PAUL SHAKESPEAR

LOT: 381

Yellow Mountain #3, 2020

MOLLY BATCHELDER

Acrylic on canvas

Marching Goats and Five Sheep Overlooking Waterfall, 2017

11.75 X 23

Watercolor and ink

$4,500

13 X 11 AND 12.5 X 10.5

$400

Courtesy of the artist and Howard Yezerski Gallery

Courtesy of the artist

Paul Shakespear attended Boston College, the University of Manchester, and SMFA at Tufts in Boston. He recently exhibited at Amy Simon Fine Art, Westport, CT. His next solo show will be at the Howard Yezerski Gallery, Boston. He was awarded residencies to Tao Hua Tan in China, the Golden Foundation in New York, and Pouch Cove in Newfoundland. His work is in the collection of the deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum and the Addison Gallery.

Molly Batchelder received her BA from Vassar College in ’58. Her paintings are small watercolors, naive and eccentric. The subjects are landscapes, houses, animals and flowers, often in whimsical combinations. The frames are an integral part of the work and are “fancy” grain painted to complement each piece. Visit: mollybatchelder.com

Visit: paulshakespear.com

LOT: 382

NANCY SIMONDS

TIFFANY M RAMOS ’20

Broken by Mother Nature, 2019

Gouache on Rives BFK Paper

Gouache, broken wooden pieces, rusted nails

12 X 22

24 X 18

$825

$800

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist

Nancy Simonds’ OVOID series arrangements of oval shapes, luxuriant color and soft texture create a feeling of transcendent order and resolved color relationships. Simonds is a graduate of the SMFA at Tufts. Her work is held in over 50 corporate collections and is shown in galleries including: Graficas Gallery, Heather Gaudio Fine Art, 15th St Studio, Jules Place, and Warm Springs Gallery.

Tiffany Ramos is a Puerto Rican-American artist from MA. She is a 2020 graduate of Massachusetts College of Art and Design where she received a BFA in illustration. She has been the recipient of the Special Recognition Award for Exceptional Achievement (2020). Her work was shown at Frances Euphemia Thompson Gallery at MassArt.

Visit: nancysimonds.com

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LOT: 383

Fog Greens, 2020

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LOTS: 376–391

LOT: 384

LOT: 386

NANCY FRIESE

LOT: 385

Craneface, 2010, Edition 2 of 5

Linoleum blockcut

Archival Pigment Print

20.25 X 25.25

36 X 24

$1,175

$1,500

Courtesy of the artist and Oehme Graphics

Courtesy of the artist

Nancy Friese is a painter living and working in Providence, RI. She received an MA from the University of California-Berkeley and an MFA from Yale University School of Art. She teaches painting at Rhode Island School of Design. Friese’s plain air landscape paintings are stunningly colorful and expressionist. She has shown work at the Barbican Center, London; Brandts Klaedefabrik, Denmark; Tokyo’s Metropolitan Art Museum; Bronx River Art Center, International Center of Print New York, The New York Public Library and Snug Harbor Cultural Center, New York; Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse, Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Ithaca, New York; College of Wooster Art Museum, Ohio; Chrysler Museum of Art, Norfolk, VA; North Dakota Museum of Art; and the RISD Museum of Art. Her works are in 50 corporate and museum collections and over a hundred private collections.

Johnny Tang received his BFA from Savannah College of Art and Design. His work has been exhibited in numerous cities including New York, Mumbai, and Seoul. His most recent solo show was at Pearl River Mart, New York. His work has also been published in the Daily Mail, PetaPixel, Neocha, and VSCO.

KEVIN CYR ’00

Visit: johnnytangphoto.com

LOT: 387

Franklin, 2020 Oil on panel

Silkscreen on paper in six colors

20 X 30

38.25 X 36.625

$4,000

$3,660

Courtesy for the artist and Alden Gallery

Courtesy of the artist and Pace Prints

Kevin Cyr received a BFA in illustration in 2000. His work was recently exhibited at Hashimoto Gallery, Alden Gallery, and Plastic Murs in Valencia, Spain. He has been awarded the West Prize and his work is held in the West Collection, as well as in Burton Snowboards’ art collection and the Fidelity Investments Corporate Art Collection. He was included in the Converse Lovejoy Art Program.

Dan Walsh studied at Philadelphia College of Art and Hunter College. Walsh explores perceptions of color and space through the use of linear, but irregular, geometric patterns. His juxtaposition and layering of color creates depths and volumes that cause his shapes to hover over or recede into the picture’s surface. His work has been exhibited in national and international galleries and institutions, including a retrospective at Paula Cooper Gallery, New York; the New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York; and PS1 Contemporary Art Center, Long Island City. His prints and limited edition books were the subject of a solo exhibition at the Cabinet des Estampes du Musée d’Art et d’Histoire, in Geneva, Switzerland. He was also included in the Ljubljana Biennial, Slovenia, and the Lyon Biennial of Contemporary Art, France. Walsh was included in the 2014 Whitney Biennial.

RICHARD SENNOTT

LOT: 389

CRISTI RINKLIN

Wheat Farmers, 2004, Edition of 50

Nocturne, 2014

Archival inkjet print

Oil and acrylic on aluminum

16 X 20

36 X 48

$650

$5,000

Courtesy of the artist and The Ground Truth Project

Courtesy of the artist and Steven Zevitas Gallery Cristi Rinklin received her MFA from the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis. She is represented by Steven Zevitas Gallery, where her recent solo exhibition, The Weight of Ghosts was received with much critical acclaim. She is a two-time recipient of the Mass Cultural Council and the Berkshire Taconic ART grant. Her work is in the collections of Wellington Management, Fidelity, and Microsoft.

Richard Sennott is a picture editor of A New Light Archives at the GroundTruth Project. His assignments have taken him into conflicts in Bosnia, El Salvador, Iraq, Afghanistan and the West Bank. Sennott’s artful independent documentary work has earned him various awards in POYI, two McKnight Photography Fellowships, a National Endowment for the Arts grant, and the Lowell Thomas Travel Journalism gold medal for photography. His work has been published in Life, Newsweek, Time Magazine, The New York Times and the National Geographic Traveler.

LOT: 390

DAN WALSH

Antique Gray, 2008, Edition 9 of 35, AP

Visit: kevincyr.net

LOT: 388

JOHNNY TANG

Among the Trees, 2014, Edition of 12

ELISA TENENBAUM

Visit: cristirinklin.com

LOT: 391

LINDA GERRY

Open Box, 2019

La Spezia, 2018

Oil on panel

Oil on panel

12 X 12

28 X 40

$1,100

$2,400

Courtesy of the artist and Morpeth Contemporary

Courtesy of the artist and Chatham Fine Art

Elisa Tenenbaum received her MFA from the Hartford Art School. Her work was recently shown at the AONE National Exhibit at the Silvermine Guild, CT, Morpeth Contemporary in Hopewell, NJ, and at Stern Contemporary in Santa Fe, NM. She was the recipient of two CCSU Faculty Research Grants, and her work is in over 200 private and corporate collections.

Linda Gerry received her BA from Boston University in 1984 and MA from Boston College in 1991; she furthered her fine art training at The School for the Arts in Lucca, Italy and MassArt. Her work was recently exhibited at the J. Todd Gallery and Chatham Fine Art. Her work is held in private collections both nationally and internationally. Visit: lindagerry.tumblr.com

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LOTS: 392–399

LOT: 392

TIM DONOVAN

LOT: 393

Untitled #7 (From the series Phantasmagoric), 2011, Edition 1 of 5

Layered Histories, # 7, 2018 Mixed media collage construction, mounted on panel

Archival Inkjet Photograph

16 X 16

36 X 24

$650

$1,800

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of an anonymous donor

Karen McCarthy received her BFA in fiber from MassArt. Her work was recently exhibited at Attleboro Arts Museum, Arlington Center for the Arts, and Gallery Twist. Her work is in the collections of Babson College, Fidelity Investments, Meditech, and many other public and private collections across the US.

Tim received his BFA in interdisciplinary arts from the New Hampshire Institute of Art. He has shown nationally and internationally and has been included in many juried exhibitions, awarded and published. Donovan’s work is soulful, exploratory and pertinent. His photographs explore the suggestion that he look closer at his internal and external environment. His portraits, installations, poetry and mixed media allow him to take that act of consideration, decipher it and then produce tangible work that may allow greater clarity.

LOT: 394

KAREN MCCARTHY ’81

MARTHA FRIEDMAN

Visit: karenmccarthyart.com

LOT: 395

Waterworks 3, 2020

MIMI SMITH ’63

Underpants Threesome, 2016, Edition 2 of 6

Woodcut monoprint

Laser print on paper

20 X 16

11 X 14

$475

$900

Courtesy of the artist and AWA Gallery

Courtesy of the artist

Martha Friedman received a BA in fine arts from Brandeis University. Her work is exhibited at the AWA Gallery in Brookline, MA. She has received a Mass. Professional Development Grant and Women’s Studio Workshop Artist Fellowship. Her work is held in the collections of Biogen, Fidelity Investments, Waite and Company, the law offices of Goodwin, Proctor and Hoar and numerous private collections.

Mimi Smith received a BFA from MassArt, and an MFA from Rutgers. Her grants include NEA, NYSCA, NYFA, and Joan Mitchell grants. She received the MassArt Distinguished Alumni Award 2016, and Estelle Lebowitz endowed artist Rutgers 2018. Her work was recently exhibited at the Zimmerli, Fuller Craft, and Newark Museums. Her collections include MoMA, the Fogg, RISD, Newark, and Spencer Museums. Visit: mimismith.com

Visit: marthafriedman.com

LOT: 396

ZHIQIAN WANG ’21

LOT: 397

Information of Pure Chance Embedded in the Physical Form of Black Canvas, 2020

Outer Edges, 2018 Oil and wax on canvas

Acrylic on canvas

30 X 40

24 X 20

$2,700

$900

Courtesy of the artist and Vivid Art Gallery

Courtesy of the artist

LOT: 398

Zhiqian Wang will receive a BFA degree in sculpture and SIM from MassArt in 2021. Her works range from painting, sculpture, performances, videos/sound installations, to philosophical experiments. Her work was recently exhibited at Student Life and Godine Gallery at MassArt and she will have a solo exhibition at Godine Gallery.

Anne Smith Stephan has studied at Northwestern University, the Art Institute of Chicago and received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Barat College in Lake Forest, IL. Her work was recently exhibited at Vivid Art Gallery as the featured artist for the month of September. She has taught portraiture and oil painting at the Evanston Art Center. Her work is in many collections around the country.

Visit: zhiqianwang.myportfolio.com

Visit: annesmithstephan.com

NANCY MCCARTHY ’99

LOT: 399

EBEN HAINES ’13

Uncontested Summer, 2020

Head Study, 2018

Oil on linen

Oil and plaster on panel

14 X 16

22 X 16

$975

$1,200

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist

Nancy McCarthy’s recent exhibitions include shows at There Gallery, NYC. Awards include Visiting Artist, Beijing Royal School; residency at Inside Out Museum, Beijing; a St. Botolph Foundation Award; Vermont Studio Center Artist’s Grant and a Ragdale Foundation Fellowship. She is co-owner of Black Pond Studio in Rehoboth, MA. She holds a BFA from MassArt and an MFA from Lesley University.

Eben Haines received his BFA from MassArt in 2013. His work was recently exhibited at the RSOAA in Brooklyn, and the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. He is the recipient of the 2018 Mass Cultural Council Fellowship and the Transformative Public Art Grant from the city of Boston. His work is held in the collections of the MFA Boston.

Visit: nancymccarthypainting.com

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My Tree Necklace, 2017 Courtesy of the artist and Mobilia Gallery, Cambridge LOT: 308

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Adams, Derrick

02

Falco, Pat ’10

209

Kraja, Mehmet M’18

123

Roman, Irena

172

Alexander, Elizabeth ’04

227

Faust, Christopher ’88

368

Kumai, Momoko

317

Roman, Walker T. ’12

363

Altmejd, David

170

Faust, David ’88

248

Kwon, Jee Hye

30

Ryczek, Mike

144

Andre, Nedret ’00

118

Faustine, Nona

12

Kwon, Seulgi

308

Saá, Raymond

374

AngelaTheresa, Julie M’10

219

Fernandez-Pol, Julia

205

Lacouture, Crystalle

122

Sattler, Emma ’21

151

Angell, Brett

213

Filibert, Dana ’99

332

LaRose, Madison ’18

271

Schildkrout, Elliot

260

Apfelbaum, Polly

06

Fintz, Jeanette

218

Layton, Alison ’06

333

Scott, Joyce

307

Arnoldi, Charles

100

Fischl, Eric

222

Ledford, Katelyn

239

Seidenath, Barbara (F)

322

Artschwager, Richard

13

Fish, Andrew

121

Leroy, Vanessa ’21

194

Sellios, Tara

177

Arvidson, Peter

345

Fishenden, Alyssa ’15

296

LeWitt, Sol

17, 200

Sennott, Richard

388

August, June

187

FitzGerald, Kenneth ’83 M’96

171

Li, Andy ’12

202

Seong, On-Kyeong

154

Babick, Hillary

128

Fiveash, Davy

180

Liang, Fred H.C. (F)

19, 366

Shakespear, Paul

380

Baclawski, Clint M’08 (S)

04

Flora, Brie ’15

309

López, Nicola

375

Shattuck Pierce, Ellen

297

Baechler, Donald

155

Floyd, J. Shannon ’15

325

Lorber, Julian ’05

181

Sheffer, Emily ’15

141

Basson Freiberg, Ariel

217

Fox, Rick M’94

283

Lyman, Leslie M’20

376

Shershow, Leslie ’06

311

Batchelder, Molly

381

Franson, William

262

Lyons, Lucy

272

Shimizu, Yoko

315

Beal, Thadeus

197

Freedman, Deborah

369

Macaulay, Alysia

106

Shpungin, Diana

236

Bearden, Romare

105

Freeman, Robert

23

Maeda, Asagi

314

Siena, James

208

Beinecke, Anne ’92

292

Friedman, Martha

394

Mahoney, Liam J.’19

165

Silverman, Annie ’85

246

Belltooth ’12

305

Friedman, Stacy ’15

295

Majkut, Katrina

192

Silverman, Betsy

153

Bentley, Nathan ’13

117

Friese, Nancy

384

Maloney, Robert ’96 M’14

284

Simonds, Nancy

382

Berke, Sharon

186

Fuchi, Arata

316

Mason, James ’81 (F)

294

Singhal, Neetu M’20

18

Blais, Carly ’15

120

Gearty, Thomas M’99

352

Matar, Rania (F)

05

Smith, Halie M’20

146

Blinder, Meryl

274

Gerasev, Alex (F)

242

McCarthy, Karen ’81

393

Smith, Mimi ’63

395

Boley, Via ’21

249

Gerry, Linda

391

McCarthy, Nancy ’99

398

Smith Corby, Candice M’01

241

Bornstein, Jennifer

347

Gheyssari, Susan

257

McComb, Kristina

261

Sorg, Cheryl ’99

14

Bosworth, Barbara (FE)

15

Giberson, Leah ’97

25

McEachern-Cass, Karen M’93

169

Spazuk, Steven

01, 291

Bowling, Katherine

211

Gibson, James ’91

212

McGill, Fish ’04 M’14

243

Springer, Cherish ’21

156

Briggs, Paul S. M’16

335

Gillette, Zoé ’19

348

Megan, Carrie

234

St. Sauveur, Daisy ’19

349

Brouillette, Chuck ’88

216

Gordon, Daniel

346

MOMO ’20

253

Stack, Catherine M’08

115

Brown, Michelle ’84

221

Gornik, April

21

Monson, Pat

31

Stankiewicz, Steve

220

Bunbury, Susan M’87

175

Gould, Garrett Marshall ’14

330

Moore, Kevin ’20

250

Stearns, Andrew ’13

142

Burr, Josephine

164

Grad, Barbara (FE)

344

Moore, Roberta

269

Stephan, Anne Smith

397

Callahan, Anne ’86

195

Graff, Leslie M.W.

111

Mueller-Dick, Sandra

256

Stevens, Michelle ’19

364

Cappabianca, Michael ’98

358

Greenberger Rafferty, Sara

198

Murie, Susan

277

Stock, Courtney M’17 (S)

110

Carreno, Dubhe ’99

339

Gregory, Frank ’85

341

Murphy, Devon ’08

338

Stocker, Tom

267

Casey, John ’88

287

Grinbergs, Gints

328

Mutu, Wangechi

07

Sullivan, Christopher ’90 (F)

207

Cass, Pelle

139

Guthrie, John ’92

214

Myren, Bruce ’93

372

Sullivan, Kate ’90

265

Cataldo, Henry ’77 (F)

282

Haas, David W. ’80

193

Nadelhaft, Edie ’95

127

Szabo, Daniel P. (S)

102

Chandler, Taiko

183

Haghighimood, Navidreza M’19

133

Nelson, Benjamin ’16

252

Tam, Jessica

288

Charland, Caleb ’04

101

Haines, Eben ’13

399

Nelson, Savanna ’19

232

Tang, Johnny

385

Cho, Leena ’18

132

Hale, Morgan ’14

147

Nimmer, Dean (FE)

229

Tenenbaum, Elisa

390

Chubbuck, Stephanie ’94

326

Hamilton, Elisa H. ’07

196

O’Connell, Eilis

377

Thompson, Marina

162

Clinton, C ’93

378

Han, Yo Ahn M’14 (F)

371

O’Connor, Harold

320

Thompson, Bill

26

Close, Will ’21

131

Hannon, Rebecca

300

O’Connor, Maureen ’81

226

Thompson, John M’05 (F)

11

Cobb, Emily (F)

303

Harbin, Randy M’96

158

Obando, Juan (F)

355

Thorndike, Marlowe

163

Coelho, Catarina M’13 (S)

237

Harney, Anne ’11

113

Oehme, Sue

167

Toops, Cynthia & Adams, Dan

318

Confar, Daphne

136

Harrison, David

240

Offen, Scott ’20 M’22

356

Tozuka, Yuri ’09

10

Conron, Maura

360

Harrison, Holly

228

Ollier, Ted M’09

223

Treworgy, Mary Alice ’58

150

Coppens, Kailey ’20

168

Harwood, Kelley ’09

190

Opie, Julian

210

Tuck, Rebecca McGee ’19

331

Coppola, Robert (FE)

166

Heghinian-Walzer, Sirarpi

148

Ozawa, Emi

137

Tulp, Aren ’20

258

Crofton, Keith ’12

353

Hershey, Nona (FE)

112

Paradis, James ’05

235

Uribe, Federico

323

Cronin, Matthew ’13

145

Hilliard, David ’92 (F)

27

Paraprose M’22

238

Vaillancourt, Christine

159

Cronin, Zoe ’21

247

Hollander, Tanja

245

Paxton, Rachel

362

Van Camp, Dorothea

264

Cyr, Kevin ’00

386

Horesh, Yoav ’03

129

Payusova, Yana

327

Vanaria, William M. ’12

306

Dam, Grace M’21

231

Horton, Diane ’77

149

Perkins, Evan ’19

350

Vanderwarker, Peter

178

Davis, Ian

280

Houck, Lisa (F)

191

Perry-Wood, Zoe ’81

273

Vázquez, Cecilia

359

De St. Croix, Blane ’79

130

Huan, Zhang

08

Peterson-Davis, Nick

140

Wagner, Eileen ’94 M’10

138

Delaney, Sara L. M’03

279

Hughes, Mary M’95

354

Pietragalla, Michael

334

Walsh, Dan

387

Demers, Matt

104

Hughes, Sophie ’08

302

Plioplyte, Monika ’12

251

Wang, Yuan-yuan ’21

108

Denison, Alice M’07

09

Imagine

244

Poirier, Michelle Amy ’18 M’19 (F)

373

Wang, Zhiqian ’21

396

DeRuvo, Opal Ecker ’12

351

Jaklitsch, Laura ’11

304

Porter, Liliana

124

Warner, Lucas J.

204

Dewart, Murray M’92

336

Jane, Xylor

225

Powers, Kristin Beth M’21

293

Warsani, Faisal

173

Dienst, Samantha ’16

199

Janowitz, Joel

255

Poza, Brett S. M’19

290

Webster, Joanna

281

Dion, Mark

107

Jones, James Paul ’78 M’79

268

Putka, Doron

342

Webster, Joseph ’15

324

Doggett, Tiffany M’20

254

Jones, Jean Sbarra (F)

185

Qwynto ’16

365

Welty, Abigail (S)

266

Dolan, Sara ’09

152

Jones, Phillip

278

Raimondi, Peter ’77

143

White, Heather (F)

301

Don Claude M’22

116

Judd, Alison M’07

275

Ramos, Tiffany M. ’20

383

Whitman, Kevin ’15

286

Donovan, Tara

24

Kaluhiokalani, Iwalani ’03

114

Rees, James

270

Whitney, Stanley

28

Donovan, Tim

392

Kamiya, Masako M’99

20

Rego, John ’18

276

Wiley, Kehinde

16

Doughty, Rebecca

343

Karolak, Jason

370

Reibstein, Sasha Koozel M’05

329

Wilson, Paula

188

Dr. Lakra

340

Kastrinakis, Will ’21

224

Reischwitz, Astrid

203

Witkowski, Luanne E ’86 (S)

361

Duennebier, Caitlin ’09

285

Kawada, Janet ’92

119

Rembert, Winfred

201

Wood, Haley ’21

263

Dufresne, Angela

289

Keevan, Jim

176

Restrepo, Christian ’15 (S)

109

Wood, Jenn ’08

125

Ebner, Stella

184

Kelly, Ellsworth

22

Revelle, Chelsea ’07

161

Wood, Joe (F)

313

Edson, Steven ’77

259

Kennelly, Ian ’94

230

Rezac, Suzan

310

Woodard, Bret ’10

367

Emiliani, Julia ’15

357

Kessler, Jordan ’01 M’13

135

Riley, Erin M. ’07

03

Woodbury, Coral

379

Endres, Paul

103

Kinney, Lydia M.’14

157

Rinklin, Cristi

389

Yannopoulos, Kimon ’99

321

Evangeline, Doreen

134

Klavens, Stefanie

206

Riola, Judy

233

Yun, Michelle Y. ’18

319

Evans, Johanna ’97

182

Kocol, Mary

160

Roberts, Cameron Byron

189

Zachary, Michael M’08

179

Eveleth, Emily ’87

29

Kotler, Keira

174

Roberts, Elysha Joy ’11

312

Zink, Brian

215

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WILL KASTRINAKIS ’21 siiick, 2020 Courtesy of the artist LOT: 224

ROMARE BEARDEN Slave Ship, 1972, Edition 23 of 144 Courtesy of the artist and Pace Prints LOT: 105

STANLEY WHITNEY Untitled, 2020 Courtesy of the artist and Two Palms LOT: 28

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STEPHANIE CHUBBUCK ’94 untitled, 2019 Courtesy of the artist and Dean Day Gallery LOT: 326

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