VIDART 03 Art Auction Catalog

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An Art Auction to Honor Cancer Survivors and Caregivers03

On behalf of the Nueva Vida Board of Directors and staff, we welcome you to the third edition of VIDART. This edi tion includes 93 artworks by 41 artists from 10 different countries. Proceeds from the auction will help Nueva Vida provide free cancer support services for medically underserved Latinas throughout Baltimore, MD, and the Washington, D.C., Metropolitan area.

A work of art is an expression of the artist’s soul and in its contemplation, one experiences an uplifting effect that heals. For this reason, in Nueva Vida, we believe in the healing power of art and are pleased to present pieces that will increase one’s awareness and capacity for positive transformation.



Nueva Vida was founded in 1999 to provide cancer support services among the medically underserved Latino community in need of equitable access to state-of-the-art cancer care and survivorship support in the Washington, D.C., and Baltimore metropolitan areas.

Thousands of Latinas have benefitted from the organization’s services that run seamlessly through the cancer continuum, namely: outreach/education, preventive cancer screening, patient navigation, and psychosocial and mental health support services.

During the last two years, Nueva Vida has navigated the uncharted waters of COVID-19 by following its true north, compassion! This guiding principle prompted the organization to expand its services by providing much-nee ded food, Coronavirus education, and greater mental health support ser vices to our survivors. Yet, Nueva Vida has also been challenged because medical providers closed their offices and stopped operating at 2019 capacity, leaving the organization with at least 150 women who could not receive screening mammograms because this was an elective procedure! Even now, some providers are not operating at pre-pandemic capacity.

Cancer screenings save lives, and by supporting VIDART, you will help us get women screened.

Gloria Elliott, Elmer Huerta y Lidia Carnota.


This VIDART Art Auction and Digital Catalog is a homage to all cancer survivors, especially the Latina women served by Nueva Vida, and those that have been infected or perished as a result of Coronavirus.

Our souls are nourished by the survivors’ endurance, strength, resiliency, hope and their victories offer daily inspiration to Nueva Vida.


Adriana Arizpe • Nueva Vida Board Member & Making Visible Co-Founder

Pedro Biaggi • Nueva Vida Honorary Board Member

Taína Caragol • PhD, Art Curator

Liz Georges • Collector

Danielle Glosser • Client Raiser

Beth Goldberg • Sr Manager, Community & Public Affairs Safeway

Nancy Hirshbein • Museum Docent & Collector

Philippa Hughes • Social Sculptor & Strategist

Shanti Norris • Nueva Vida Board Member & Smith Center Co-Founder

Brigitte Reyes • Founder of Reyes + Davis

Sergio Rimola • MD, FACOG

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Claudia Campos, PhD

Lidia Carnota, MD

María Carvalho

Irene Clouthier, MA

Gloria Elliott, MA Ed & Hd, LPC, FAPA Francisco Gonzalez Cos, MBA

Elmer Huerta, MD

Astrid Jiménez, Esq. Shanti Norris Kendall Richardson



Margarita Benítez, PhD

Pedro Biaggi Minerva Campos, MD


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1. Every participant should purchase a ticket on Eventbrite in order to have a bidding number assigned.

2. This is an event to raise funds for Nueva Vida, in most cases artists are being paid 50% of commission of the sales, and artists/galleries are donating a portion of the sales to Nueva Vida, we are extremely grateful to the generosity of artists and the participating galleries that are helping us in this important endeavor and noble cause.

3. Bidding will open at 6:30pm and will close in sections divided by exhibit rooms of the gallery space that night.

4. Each artwork will have a box that will allow you to place a bid and will do increments according to the price. Works priced below $999 will have increments of $50, works priced from $1,000-$3,999 will have increments of $100, works $4,000 and plus will have increments of $250. The artwork will be credited to the last bidder on the board and the last bidder will have the obligation to pay Nueva Vida the price stipulated on the bid of that particular piece.

5. Nueva Vida will receive payments via PayPal, debit and credit card. Once payment is completed the new owner can take the artwork that night or pick it up on Monday October 17 from 10am-6pm.

6. The buyer will also assume the 6% sales tax imposed by Washington, D.C. that is applied to the final purchase.

Your purchase makes an important contribution to Nueva Vida by helping the medically underserved Latino community.

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Norma is a Nueva Vida Cancer survivor, this portrait is part or a series I am working with Nueva Vida survivors using portraiture as a healing experience.


12VIDART 03 Soy Norma (I am Norma) Charcoal, cardboard, paper 40”x 40” (Framed) Retail price: $3,800 Starting bid: $2,850
13VIDART 03 Archiving Lost Ink2022on mulberry paper 25” x 25” (Framed) Retail price: $1,600 Starting bid: $1,200 COURTNEY APPLEQUIST LOT 2
14VIDART 03 When the Rise Charcoal2022 on Paper 37”x 26” (Unframed) 43”x 32”x1” (Framed) Retail price: $2,000 Starting bid: $1,500 COURTNEY APPLEQUIST LOT 3
15VIDART 03 With the Breeze Giclee on canvas 47”x 37” x 1.5” Retail price: $2,600 Starting bid: $1,800 ALEXANDRA ARATA LOT 4
16VIDART 03 Bound Together V Mixed media on wood 42”x Retail24”price: $3,700 Starting bid: $2,500 ALEXANDRA ARATA LOT 5
17VIDART 03 Mini Metro-North #1 Mylar,2022 Acrylic, wood, and vinyl on plywood 25.5” x 10.5” x 2” Retail price: $1,200 Starting bid: $950 JOAN BELMAR LOT 6
18VIDART 03 Mini Metro-North #2 Mylar,2022 acrylic, wood, and vinyl on plywood 25.5” x 10.5” x 2” Retail price: $1,200 Starting bid: $950 JOAN BELMAR LOT 7
19VIDART 03 Sky Wall #1 Archival2013 print photographs/canvas 8” x 8” x 2” Retail price: $500 Starting bid: $350 RENEE BUTLER LOT 8
20VIDART 03 Sky Wall #2 Archival2013 print photographs/canvas 8” x 8” x 2” Retail price: $500 Starting bid: $350 RENEE BUTLER LOT 9
21VIDART 03 Sky Wall #3 Archival2013 print photographs/canvas 8” x 8” x 2” Retail price: $500 Starting bid: $350 RENEE BUTLER LOT 10
22VIDART 03 Private Energy Acrylic,2019 Used Sandpaper, Graphite 20” x Retail16”price: $790 Starting bid: $550 GERARDO CAMARGO LOT 11
23VIDART 03 The Gold and Its Shadows 3 Acrylic2019 and Chalk Board 10”x Retail8”price: $490 Starting bid: $350 GERARDO CAMARGO LOT 12
24VIDART 03 Composition, Drawings of the Mountains and the City Graphite2018 and Acrylic on Board 16”x Retail20”price: $790 Starting bid: $550 GERARDO CAMARGO LOT 13
25VIDART 03 Frida Flowers Retail6”2022D price: $175 Starting bid: $125 LENNY CAMPELLO LOT 14
26VIDART 03 Supergirl Flying Naked 6.25”2022 x 5” Retail price: $150 Starting bid: $100 LENNY CAMPELLO LOT 15
27VIDART 03 Ancient Creature (Horns) Retail3”x20223”price: $95 Starting bid: $70 LENNY CAMPELLO LOT 16
28VIDART 03 Suddenly She Wasn’t Afraid Any Longer 11”x2022 Retail3”price: $245 Starting bid: $170 LENNY CAMPELLO LOT 17
29VIDART 03 Cat Mountain 4.5”x2022 4.5” Retail price: $125 Starting bid: $90 LENNY CAMPELLO LOT 18
30VIDART 03 Circle of Life Retail6.5”2018Dprice: $450 Starting bid: $360 MEI MEI CHANG LOT 19
31VIDART 03 Penumbra series - 9 Pencil2005 on paper 9.5” x 9.5” x 1.75” Retail price: $495 Starting bid: $350 HSIN-HSI CHEN LOT 20
32VIDART 03 Penumbra series - 4 Pencil2005 on paper 9.5” x 9.5” x 1.75” Retail price: $495 Starting bid: $350 HSIN-HSI CHEN LOT 21
33VIDART 03 “6894” (One House Project) Pencil,2017 ink, spray paint, gesso, museum board, wood 10”x 10”x ½” StartingRetail13”x13”x1.25”(Unframed)(Framed)price:$650bid:$460 HSIN-HSI CHEN LOT 22
34VIDART 03 Horizons Images of horizon lines lifted off newspaper on wood panel, gel medium 18” x 18” x 2” Retail price: $600 Starting bid: $450 TRAVIS CHILDERS LOT 23
35VIDART 03 Universal Images lifted off newspaper with clear tape on wood panel, gel medium 6” x 6” x 2” Retail price: $350 Starting bid: $250 TRAVIS CHILDERS LOT 24
36VIDART 03 No human is Illegal Mono2021 print & Mixed media collage on cotton paper 6.5” x 10” Retail price: $800 Starting bid: $550 IRENE CLOUTHIER LOT 25
37VIDART 03 $2.29 StartingRetail24”xC-Print/Plexiglass201924”price:$1,850bid:$1,300 IRENE CLOUTHIER LOT 26
38VIDART 03 Reese’s cups and phone From the Everyday Series Brush2017 pen markers/paper 8.25” x 5.25” Retail price: $400 Starting bid: $300 IRENE CLOUTHIER LOT 27
39VIDART 03 Triangles & Scribbles From the Everyday Series Brush2017 pen markers/paper 8.25” x 5.25” Retail price: $400 Starting bid: $300 IRENE CLOUTHIER LOT 28
40VIDART 03 Swing Carousel Assembled2022 digital pigment prints on a lower layer of lace-edged antique linen & a top layer of silk organza 23” RetailD price: $900 Starting bid: $600 CATHERINE DAY LOT 29
41VIDART 03 Awning & Spinning Ride Assembled2019 digital pigment prints on a lower layer of embroidered antique linen & a top layer of silk organza 24” RetailD price: $900 Starting bid: $600 CATHERINE DAY LOT 30
42VIDART 03 Dead End Assembled2021 digital pigment prints on a lower layer of lace-edged antique linen & a top layer of silk organza 22” x Retail23”price: $900 Starting bid: $600 CATHERINE DAY LOT 31
43VIDART 03 Wisdom Ink2018stain on raw canvas on board 22”x 2”x 22” D Retail price: $1,500 Starting bid: $1,050 CHERYL EDWARDS LOT 32
Walking In Two Worlds Woodcut2021 print on revere paper 22”x 17” (Unframed) Retail price: $1,500 (Framed) Starting bid: $1,050 CHERYL EDWARDS 44VIDART 03 LOT 33
45VIDART 03 Walking In Two Worlds Woodcut2021 print on revere paper 22”x Retail17”price: $1,500 (Framed) Starting bid: $1,050 CHERYL EDWARDS LOT 34
46VIDART 03 Caribbean Sea 25.5”2022 x 20” x 2” Retail price: $4,500 Starting bid: $3,000 EDGAR ENDRESS LOT 35
47VIDART 03 DysFUNctional Beauty #21 Video2022 collage drawings Retail4”×4”price: $350 Starting bid: $250 HELOISA ESCUDERO LOT 36
48VIDART 03 DysFUNctional Beauty #22 Video2022 collage drawings 4”× Retail4”price: $350 Starting bid: $250 HELOISA ESCUDERO LOT 37
49VIDART 03 DysFUNctional Beauty #23 Video2022 collage drawings 4”× Retail4”price: $350 Starting bid: $250 HELOISA ESCUDERO LOT 38
50VIDART 03 Untitled Spray2021 on metal 27.5” x 19.6” Retail price: $950 Starting bid: $650 ERRE LOT 39
51VIDART 03 21-690 Acrylic2021 on canvas on panel 14” x 14” 15” x 15” (Framed) Retail price: $2,000 Starting bid: $1,000 JEREMY FLICK LOT 40
52VIDART 03 21-681 Acrylic2021 on canvas on panel 16” x 16” (Unframed) 17” x 17” (Framed) Retail price: $2,000 Starting bid: $1,000 JEREMY FLICK LOT 41
53VIDART 03 21-709 Acrylic2021 on canvas on panel 16”x 16” 17” x 17” (Framed) Retail price: $2,000 Starting bid: $1,000 JEREMY FLICK LOT 42
54VIDART 03 Debris Litograph,2009 solar plate, digital colle Edition of 33 22” x Retail30”price: $1,500 Starting bid: $1,050 HELEN FREDERICK LOT 43
55VIDART 03 Sub Rosa (screen) Mixed2020 media on paper 15 1/4” x 19 1/4” Retail price: $700 Starting bid: $500 PAT GOSLEE LOT 44
56VIDART 03 Wave StartingRetail9”xAcrylic2005-2022oncanvas12”price:$1,500bid:$1,050 PAT GOSLEE LOT 45
57VIDART 03 Handsel Acrylic2022 on canvas 30”x Retail40”price: $4,000 Starting bid: $2,800 PAT GOSLEE LOT 46
58VIDART 03 SIN (WithoutPALABRASWords) Digital2018 photography color 11.8” x 17.7” Retail price: $1,200 Starting bid: $1,000 CAROLINA GUTIÉRREZ LOT 47
59VIDART 03 CON NOMBRE PROPIO (With Proper Name) Digital2022 photography color 11.8” x 17.7” Retail Startingprice:$1,200bid:$1,000 CAROLINA GUTIÉRREZ LOT 48
60VIDART 03 Eye Tree Oil2020on canvas mounted on Sintra 16”x Retail9”price: $700 Starting bid: $500 MARTA GUTIÉRREZ LOT 49
61VIDART 03 Celeste Oil2021on canvas mounted on Sintra 22”x Retail20”price: $800 Starting bid: $550 MARTA GUTIÉRREZ LOT 50
62VIDART 03 USA Papilionumism Three-dimensional2016 cutout & hand-painted archival ink print on Hahnemüle paper, inside of entomological box 8” × 6” × 2 ½” Retail price: $1,200 Starting bid: $850 ERIKA HARRSCH LOT 51
63VIDART 03 Canada Papilionumism Three-dimensional2016 cutout and hand-painted archival ink print on Hahnemüle paper, inside of entomological box 8” × 6” × 2 ½” Retail price: $1,200 Starting bid: $850 ERIKA HARRSCH LOT 52
64VIDART 03 Mexico Papilionumism Three-dimensional2016 cutout and hand-painted archival ink print on Hahnemüle paper, inside of entomological box 8” × 6” × 2 ½” Retail price: $1,200 Starting bid: $850 ERIKA HARRSCH LOT 53
65VIDART 03 I Remember You As You Were Color2021 pencil, graphite on black Fabriano paper 18.5” x 13.75” 20”x 15” (Framed) Retail price: $1,500 Starting bid: $1,050 MARY WELCH HIGGINS LOT 54
66VIDART 03 Broken Color2021 pencil, graphite on black Fabriano paper 18.5” x StartingRetail20”x15”13.75”(Framed)price:$1,500bid:$1,050 MARY WELCH HIGGINS LOT 55
67VIDART 03 Tattered Heart Color2021 pencil, graphite on black Fabriano paper 8”x 10.375”x10.375”8” (Framed) Retail price: $600 Starting bid: $450 MARY WELCH HIGGINS LOT 56
68VIDART 03 Slow Dance Inspired2022 by John Coltrane Acrylic on heavy watercolor paper 10” x 8” 20” x16” (Framed) Retail price: $800 Starting bid: $550 BARBARA JANUSZKIEWICZ LOT 57
69VIDART 03 Shadow of your smile Acrylic2022 on unprimed canvas 40” x 40” x 2” Retail price: $4,000 Starting bid: $2,800 BARBARA JANUSZKIEWICZ LOT 58
70VIDART 03 Nina Stencil2020 on traffic sign 29.5” x 9.8” Retail price: $800 Starting bid: $550 DJLU JUEGASIEMPRE LOT 59
71VIDART 03 Vulnerable Oil2022on canvas 46” RetailD price: $4,000 Starting bid: $2,800 SALLY KAUFFMAN LOT 60
72VIDART 03 Dearly Departed Acrylic2022 on paper mounted on wood 9”x 11” (Unframed) 13” x 15” (Framed) Retail price: $700 Starting bid: $500 SALLY KAUFFMAN LOT 61
73VIDART 03 The Pleasures of Life Archival2017 inkjet print 22”x 27”, edition 5 in 2 sizes (also in 35”x 43”) Retail price: $1,500 Starting bid: $1,050 BRIDGET SUE LAMBERT LOT 62
74VIDART 03 Taco Tuesday-Nobody is Crushing It Archival2018-2021inkjet print 12”x Retail12”price: $450 Starting bid: $350 BRIDGET SUE LAMBERT LOT 63
75VIDART 03 Burning Love Acrylic2022 paint on canvas 36” x Retail48”price: $4,900 Starting bid: $3,500 ANDREA LIMAURO LOT 64
76VIDART 03 Climate Change is a Lie Acrylic2022 and screen print on metal leaf on canvas 16”x Retail20”price: $1,600 Starting bid: $1,200 ANDREA LIMAURO LOT 65
77VIDART 03 Every Sunset is an Opportunity to Reset Acrylic with mixed media on canvas 48” x 60” x 1.5” Retail price: $2,000 Starting bid: $1,500 HEATHER LYNN LOT 66
78VIDART 03 Stratosphere Crushed2022 crystals stones and recycled glass on canvas 20”x16” (Framed) Retail price: $600 Starting bid: $450 HEATHER LYNN LOT 67
79VIDART 03 Flim Flam I AM, VI Acrylic2017 and pencils on Claybord 30”x Retail30”price: $1,000 Starting bid: $700 MEGAN MAHER LOT 68
80VIDART 03 Cachinnation Acrylic and pencils on Claybord 24”x Retail24”price: $700 Starting bid: $500 MEGAN MAHER LOT 69
81VIDART 03 Whispering in the Dark Acrylic2019 and pencils on Claybord 24”x Retail24”price: $700 Starting bid: $500 MEGAN MAHER LOT 70
82VIDART 03 Matisse’s Chair Acrylic2021 on canvas 30” x Retail24”price: $1,800 Starting bid: $1,300 CAROLINA MAYORGA LOT 71
83VIDART 03 Ms. Carolina, I’m done! Acrylic2021 on canvas 30” x Retail24”price: $1,800 Starting bid: $1,300 CAROLINA MAYORGA LOT 72
84VIDART 03 Ikea Garden Mixed2022 media on canvas 30” x Retail24”price: $1,800 Starting bid: $1,300 CAROLINA MAYORGA LOT 73
85VIDART 03 A Bunch of Aging Pansies Cotton2022 fabric pansies collaged on wood 12”x 12” x 1.75” Retail price: $500 Starting bid: $350 JOHN PARADISO LOT 74
86VIDART 03 Aging Pansies Cotton2021 fabric pansies collaged on wood with an acrylic varnish 18”x18”x 1” Retail price: $750 Starting bid: $525 JOHN PARADISO LOT 75
87VIDART 03 Neohuaco 9.4”Concrete2022x4.7” x 4.7” Retail price: $1,200 Starting bid: $850 ANA DE ORBEGOSO LOT 76
88VIDART 03 BfromA FR Flashe/Acrylic2018 on Yup Mounted on Panel 8”x Retail6”price: $400 Starting bid: $300 ALISON RASH LOT 77
89VIDART 03 Shitikagantsi, Stay connected Plants,2020 embossing & cut-out on paper in multiple layers 11.8” x 15.7” Retail price: $1,200 Starting bid: $850 NATALIA REVILLA LOT 78
90VIDART 03 Chrysalis Print2022 on aluminum 32.28” x 30.70” Retail price: $5,000 Starting bid: $3,500 SALUSTIANO LOT 79
91VIDART 03 Rainy Sunday #5 Sumi2015 on Canson paper. Japanese brushes and nibs 13“ x 9” Retail price: $500 Starting bid: $400 MARINA SORIA LOT 80
92VIDART 03 Rainy Sunday #7 Sumi2016 on Canson paper. Japanese brushes and nibs 13 “x 9” Retail price: $500 Starting bid: $400 MARINA SORIA LOT 81
93VIDART 03 Swim Out #1, #2, #3 (Triptych) Acrylic on linen 10” x Retail10”print: $1,200 Starting bid: $850 MARSHA STAIGER LOT 82
94VIDART 03 Small Grafs Mixed media on paper 30” x Retail16”price: $350 Starting bid: $250 MARSHA STAIGER LOT 83
95VIDART 03 Grand Canyon #40 Acrylic2021 on tree bark in wooden frame 6”x Retail8”price: $350 Starting bid: $250 MARITÉ VIDALES LOT 84
96VIDART 03 Grand Canyon #51 Acrylic2022 on tree bark in wooden frame 8”x Retail8”price: $350 Starting bid: $250 MARITÉ VIDALES LOT 85
97VIDART 03 Grand Canyon #29 Acrylic2022 on tree bark in wooden frame 5”x Retail7”price: $350 Starting bid: $250 MARITÉ VIDALES LOT 86
98VIDART 03 Grand Canyon #52 Acrylic2022 on tree bark in wooden frame 9”x Retail9”price: $400 Starting bid: $300 MARITÉ VIDALES LOT 87
99VIDART 03 Troubled Medium-22k2022 goldpoint on prepared paper 5”x Retail7”price: $900 Starting bid: $650 JENNY WALTON LOT 88
100VIDART 03 Uplifting Medium-watercolor2019 and gouache on handmade paper 8.5” x 11” Retail price: $1,000 Starting bid: $700 JENNY WALTON LOT 89
101VIDART 03 Untitled (Paper Panel 11) Ink2021and watercolor on Fabriano paper mounted on cradled birch panel 16” x 20“ (Unframed) 17” x 21” (Framed) Retail price: $1,200 Starting bid: $850 ALICE WHEALIN LOT 90
102VIDART 03 Pink Lake Ink2021and watercolor on Fabriano paper mounted on cradled birch panel 16” x 20“ (Unframed) 17” x 21” (Framed) Retail price: $1,200 Starting bid: $850 ALICE WHEALIN LOT 91
103VIDART 03 Scenic Byway Ink2019and watercolor on Fabriano paper, mounted on cradled birch panel 9” x 12” (Unframed) 10” x 13” (Framed) Image credit: Greg Staley Retail price: $450 Starting bid: $450 ALICE WHEALIN LOT 92
104VIDART 03 Ship Split #7 Signed2019 on recto 20 5/8” x 24 1/4” Retail price: $1,850 Starting bid: $1,300 SUE WRBICAN LOT 93


She is an interdisciplinary artist working in greater Washington, D.C., whose artwork has been exhibited domestically and in ternationally. Her work explores a range of media, expanding the possibilities of painting and drawing using architecture as a foundational framework. In 2021, her pieces were exhibited at FIAC Art Fair in Paris, France, in collaboration with fellow artist Edgar Endress.

Her pieces were also exhibited at the SXSW in Austin, Texas, and the Transfor mer in Washington, D.C.

Applequist is a founding member of the ICEbox Collective, a multidisciplinary ar tist group whose work fosters critical thinking and dialogue across cultural boun daries through collaborative social art practice. Her work with ICEbox Collective received the AIR Grant from ArtsFairfax, Virginia, was published in ArtMargins, MIT Press, and exhibited at the Embassy of the Czech Republic in Washington, D.C., Transformer D.C., and with Cele brate Fairfax in Tysons Corner, Virginia. Applequist holds a Bachelor’s in Fine Arts from Baylor University in Texas.

Mexico, Uruguay, Germany, and in the collection of Museo of the Americas. Arata’s artwork has been exposed in the White House, the International Monetary Fund, JGB Smith, Douglas Development, ARUP, and many other private collections. Arata holds a Master’s Degree in Interior Archi tecture and Design from the University of Salamanca in Spain.


Joan Belmar is a Chilean artist known for his unique technique of 3-D pain ting. Belmar has received numerous awards and grants, including the the ‘Outstanding Emerging Artist of the Year Award’ by the D.C. Commission on the Arts and Humanities at the Ken nedy Center, the Individual Artist Grant by the Arts, and the Humanities Coun cil of Montgomery County, Maryland.

Belmar won first place in the Osten Biennial of Drawing in Macedonia in 2016. His work has been featured in the University of Maine Museum of Art in Maine, The John Wilson Building, Heart of D.C., City Hall, Washington D.C., and at the Chilean and Colombian Ambas sador’s art residences in Washington,



Argentinian artist, interior architect, and designer. Her work has been exhibited nationally and internationally. Her pieces are part of private collections in England, Scotland, Spain, Andorra, Argentina,

pieces have also been exhi bited in U.S. Embassies of Philippines and Lithuania.

He earned a degree in Graphic De sign-Technical Drawing from the Fun dacion DUOC in Santiago, Chile.

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American artist Renee Butler co-foun ded, directed, and curated the Washin gton Arts Museum, which exhibited the work of under-recognized Washington, D.C. artists.

She received grants from the D.C. Com mission for the Arts, the InterArts Program of the NEA, the Rockefeller Foundation, the Pennsylvania Council on the Art Inter disciplinary Program, the Andy Warhol Foundation, and the Fairfax Council of the Arts in Virginia.

She received a Bachelor’s in Art History from the University of Maryland in 1977, taking studio courses there from Anne Truitt and Sam Gilliam. In the early 1980s, she was awarded art colony fellowships from Yaddo, the Karolyi Foundation, MacDowell, and the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts.

In the late 1980s, she worked with the Marilyn DeReggi Arts Ensemble creating stage installations for new music compo sers working with John Cage and Virgil Thomson at such venues as the French Embassy, Strathmore Hall, and the Bal timore and Walters Museums. Solo shows since 1986 include these venues: Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts, MOCA-DC, Ellipse Gallery, McLean Project for the Arts, Gallery K, and many


also held group shows in New York and Washington, D.C., from 1999 to 2009.



Gerardo Camargo is a self-taught artist born in Mexico City who began wor king as a cartoonist at 12. Camargo’s art is part of the permanent collection of the RISD Museum in Rhode Island.

His work has been shown in galleries and museums in Mexico and the Uni ted States, including; Aceptar, Joan Hisaoka Healing Arts Gallery, Washin gton D.C., 2020; Underlying Borders, Mexican Cultural Institute, Washing ton D.C., in 2019 (co-curator and par ticipating artist); After Eden, Siqueiros Museum, Morelos, Mexico, 2016; Mary B. Howard Artist Member Exhibition, Greater Reston Art Center, Reston, VA, 2016. The Mexican National Council for Culture and the Arts selected Camargo in 2002 as a Promising Emerging Artist.

Two years after, Camargo founded Zar co Gallery, an independent space for contemporary art that offered a pro gram that involved the artistic community with local processes in society.


Florencio Lennox Campello is known in ternationally for narrative-driven pain tings, drawings, and technology-infused mixed media works.

He has worked as an artist, gallerist, cu rator, art critic, instructor, author, and arts blogger in the DMV (a term which, accor ding to the Washington City Paper, he invented) for more than three decades.


He was named one of D.C.’s “most inte resting people” by the Washington City Paper in 2016.

Prolific from an early age, Cuban-Ameri can Campello has won multiple national and international awards, exhibited internationally in galleries and museums, and has works in private collections in Europe, Latin America, and the United States. He also co-owned galleries in the D.C. area.

He is a prominent local art critic and cu rator, with reviews published in The Was hington Post, local newspapers, and art


numerous appearances on television and radio. He is the author of “100 Artists of Washington, D.C.”, pu blished by Schiffer Press. He grew up in Brooklyn, New York, and studied art at the University of Washington School of Art in Seattle, Washington.

creates rich visual images that are both highly personal and accessible. Chang received her Master’s degree in Fine Arts in Photography from Ohio Univer sity, Ohio, in 2002.


Hsin-Hsi Chen’s prolific artwork has been collected and exhibited nationally and internationally. Chen was born in Taipei, Taiwan, and received her MFA from the University of Maryland at College Park. Her pieces are part of the permanent art collection at Art Bank D.C. Commission on the Arts and Humanities in Washing ton, D.C.; Brooklyn Art Library, New York; and the National Institute of Health in Bethesda, Maryland.


Mei Mei Chang is a visual art and pho tography artist who has always been fascinated by the mind’s ability to focus on essential and minor details. Chang has received awards and residencies from the Vermont Studio Center, Great River Art Association, the ARCH Resi dency at Honfleur Gallery, the Montgo mery College Artist Residency, and se cond place in the Contemporary South

SheExhibition.isalifelong student of the human psyche. Using her internal symbols, she

Chen’s artwork has been reviewed by major newspapers and journals, such as The New York Times, The Boston Globe, The Washington Post, The Baltimore Sun, Philadelphia Weekly, The Washington Ti mes, Washington Review, Art & Antiques, and Articulate, Home & Design.

She was granted Permanent Residency based on “Extraordinary Ability in Art” in 2002 and received the 2013 Maryland State Arts Council Grant/Individual Artist


awarded the Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant, and she was selected for The Drawing Center Viewing Program in New York. Chen has taught at GMU, UMCP, Montgomery College, and Vi sArts.

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Travis Childers was born in Nashville, Ten nessee, and grew up out in the country, an experience that would later greatly inspire his fine artwork.

Childers has shown nationally and inter nationally and has more than twenty years of museum work experience. His work has been exhibited in the Smithsonian American Art Museum in Washington, D.C., and the Vero Beach Museum of Art in Florida. His artwork also has been displayed at the Ethan Cohen Gallery, Benrimon Gallery, the Virginia Center for Contemporary Art, and Sotheby’s Artlink Young Artists Program.

Childers has won many grants and awards, including a fellowship from the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Fairfax County Ar tists Grant, and a Liquitex Excellence in Art grant. He received a Master’s in Fine Arts from the Maryland Institute Colle ge of Art in Baltimore, Maryland, and a Bachelor’s in Fine Arts from Austin Peay State University in Clarksville, Tennessee.

Childers moved around before settling in Fairfax, Virginia, where he opened his own gallery: Ruby Projects. Childers’s work is featured in many private collec tions.


Irene Clouthier Carrillo is a profuse Mexi can-American artist based in Washing


ton, D.C. With more than 200 exhibits, and 15 solos in Mexico, Cuba, Spain, and the United States in Miami, New York, and Washington, D.C., she works with va rious media, from digital photography to sculpture, and installation art, to drawing. She has also worked with video art and frame-by-frame animation.

Her artwork has been shown widely throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico, South America, and Europe. She has participated in art fairs such as Art Paris, Art Salamanca, Art Toronto, Scope New York, Scope Miami, Pulse Miami, Arte Americas, Pinta, Zona Maco, Art Miami, Diva NY, and Art Chicago, among others. She has shown in different Mu seums, Art Centers, and galleries such as Diana Lowestein Gallery, Drexel Gallery in Monterrey, the Museum of Modern Art in Mexico City, the Metropolitan Mu seum of Monterrey, Sinaloa Museum of Art, Casa de la Cultura de Nuevo Leon and Sicart Gallery in Barcelona, Spain. Her pieces are part of private and public collections.


A Virginian natural, earned BFA in Photo graphy and Graphic Arts from Stephens College in Missouri.

Day finds creative inspiration in the cross-current artistic and vibrant con nections of the Washington, D.C., area. Her unique images focus on “the big” and “small” moments of her daily life, reflecting those moments shared by all. While starting in her photographs, she


often incorporates a changing selection of nontraditional materials to create a better narrative that emotionally touches the Sheviewers.hasexhibited

nationally in numerous solo and group shows in 2017 and 2016. She was a photolucida Critical Mass Fina list and a 2015 Trawick Prize finalist. She received a 2012 and 2018 Strauss Grant from The Arts Council of Fairfax County.

began her studies at the Art Student Lea gue taught by Ernest Crichlow in New York City. She has been living in Washin gton, D.C., for 26 years.



She has exhibited in Hong Kong, Monaco, Germany, and nationally in Washington, D.C., New York, Virginia, Maryland, Mia mi, and Texas. She is an awardee in the Art Cart: Saving The Legacy project selec ted by the Research Center for Arts and Culture. The Art Cart Project resulted in the archival her artwork in the Academic Commons Columbia University archives. Edward was represented by Susanne Jun ggenburth Gallery in Germany 2015 D.C. Commission on the Arts and Humanities Fellowship Awardee. Using water as a muse and medium, raw canvases stained with ink while wet will hang alongside her prints as a visual representation of water. Her prints are taken off collected saliva samples from two females and two ma les, each African American and the other


and light boxes to inspect the samples, she noticed similari ties between the four samples and found that “each was unique or remarkably the same.” She was born in Miami Beach and

Edgar Endress is a George Mason Uni versity associate professor teaching new media and public art. Born in Chile, he has exhibited extensively throughout the Americas, most recently at the Museum of Contemporary Art (MACBA), Barce lona, the Land Art Biennial in Mongolia, and the Pacific Time exhibit at the Getty InMuseum.2015,in

association with Provisions, he initiated the Floating Lab Collective, a team of interdisciplinary artists who de ploy innovative art projects in collabora tion with urban communities.

His work focuses on syncretism in the Andes, displacement in the Caribbean, and mobile art-making practices. As part of his research, he develops a platform to question notions of representation, dominance, and resistance through the methodology of art-making.

He also creates venues for analysis and fabrication, seeking to activate sustaina ble and creative experimentation within a social framework for using and integra ting old and new technologies.

Endress received his MFA in Video Art from Syracuse University and numerous grants and fellowships, including the Vir

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ginia Museum of Fine Arts, the National Endowment for the Arts, and the Creative Capital Fund.


Brazilian artist Heloisa Escudero deve loped her interest in Fine Arts when she relocated to the United States in 1987.

She obtained a Bachelor’s in Fine Arts from the Massachusetts College of Art and a Master’s in Fine Arts from the San Francisco Art Institute in California.

She is interested in conceptually based art that is both tactile and interactive. Her most recent art projects focus on art that emphasizes the viewer’s participation.

In 2007 she moved to Sweden, where she worked as a full-time artist, creating four successful projects and exhibiting there at the Uppsala Art Museum and in Spain at the University of Valencia. While in Sweden, she built the first three Bac kPack Gallery Sculpture Units, starting the BackPack Gallery Project. In 2013, Escudero set up her studio in Arlington,


works at the Hirshhorn Museum as an Exhibit Specialist and Curator for Betty Mae Kramer Gallery and SoloLab 5 Project at Visits. Escudero’s pieces have regularly been shown in the Washington, D.C. area, New York City, and Boston. Her recent solo exhibition is part of the lecture artist program at the NOVA College in Woodbridge, Virginia.

Every year, she participates in the Gover nors Island Art Fair in New York City. In 2017, she completed an Artist In Resident at Montgomery College in Silver Spring, Maryland. On January 2018, Escudero began a five-month Bresler Artist Resi dency at Vistara, where she ended the program with a solo show.

Escudero has had numerous solo exhibi tions, including Arlington Art Center in Arlington, Virginia, Object Center Gallery in Boston, Massachusetts, and The New Gallery at NOVA Woodbridge Campus in Virginia. Her art has been mentioned in The New York Times, the Wall Street Jour nal, The New Yorker, Resource Magazine, and the Harvard University Archive.


Colombian artist Erre was the winner of the IDARTES “Ciudad Arte Urbano Grant”, Bogotá in 2019.

Her work has been part of group exhibitions such asSubterránea, Galería Beta, Bogotá; “Cartografías Paganas” Bina tional of Urban Art, Anthropological and Contemporary Art Museum in Guayaquil, Ecuador; “Build bridges, paint walls” in The Rendon Gallery, Los Angeles; “Zeta Project” Beta Gallery. Bogotá; Southern Cutters, Spedition in Bremen, Germany; Boderless, Gabba Gallery in Los Angeles; Más Allá del Pancracio, Centro Cultural Gabriel García Márquez in Bogotá.

She has been part of festivals such as at the Museo Arte Urbano Perú, El Callao,

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Perú, Paint Memphis in Tennessee; Dic tador Art Masters, 2nd Edition César in Colombia; Paint the Town, Clarksdale; Farbflut Festival, Lemwerder in Germany (2018); Smile South Central in Los Angles, Herencia Getsemaní in Cartagena, Co lombia; Hometown Berlin in Germany.

of Maryland, College Park, Maryland; Capital One, McLean, Virginia; and Hil ton Worldwide, McLean, Virginia. Flick was born in Cincinnati, Ohio, and lives and works in Washington, D.C.



American artist Jeremy Flick’s sculptural canvases are characterized by minimalist and abstract strategies, formal precision, approach to form, and strong command of Flick’scolor.practice

is rooted in painting tra ditions but is also heavily impacted by digital innovations influencing how we think about, understand, and experience images, forms, and colors.

Through repetition, symmetry/asymme try, and overlapping geometric shapes, Flick’s minimal compositions evoke mul tiple depths and perspectives, allowing for various interpretations and meanings.

Recent exhibitions include Brentwood Arts Exchange in Brentwood, Maryland, HEMPHILL in Washington, D.C., ‘sindikit, Baltimore, Maryland, and Marymount University, Arlington, Virginia.

His works are included in numerous pri vate and public collections, including The Silva, Washington, D.C.; PwC, Washington, D.C.; Hogan Lovells, Washington, D.C.; Inova Schar Cancer Institute, Fair fax, Virginia; The Hotel at the University

A distinguished artist, curator, educator, and coordinator of international pro jects, is the founder of Pyramid Atlantic, a center for contemporary printmaking, hand papermaking, and the art of the Frederickederick,book.

an alumnus of RISD in Rhode Island, is a Professor Emeritus in the School of Art at George Mason University in Virginia and has served on the directorial boards of alternative art spaces, including the College Art Asso ciation and national peer-review panels.

She has received the Southern Graphic Council International Printmaker Eme ritus Award and the College Art Association Distinguished Teacher Award and was invited into the Feminist Art Base archive, the Brooklyn Museum of Art in NYC.

Her work has been exhibited at the Phi llips Collection in Washington, D.C., The Eleanor D. Wilson Museum at Hollins University, Dieu Donne Gallery, New York, Henie-Onstad Museum, Norway, and the Museum of Modern Art in Kyoto, Japan, and is in collections of the Whit ney Museum and Brooklyn Museum in New York, the National Gallery of Art,

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Library of Congress, and Smithsonian American Art Museum in Washington, D.C.


Pat Goslee is an American representatio nal painter of emotional and energetic states. She became focused on the hea ling aspects of art making after attending a series of energy workshops at the Tai Sophia Institute (now Maryland University of Integrative Health).

She has exhibited nationally and internationally, showing at museums, commer cial venues, alternative art spaces, and art Herfairs.pieces

are in many public and priva te collections, including U.S. embassies, the National Institute of Health, the Chil dren’s National Medical Center, and the Union of Concerned Scientists. “Emotion as epistemology” is how one critic has described her work.

Goslee’s painting has been featured on the cover of the CDC’s Emerging Infec tious Diseases Journal to emphasize the seriousness of antimicrobial resistance.

Her video work is featured in the text book Art 101: Understanding Visual Ima ges in Our World, and her paintings are included in the publications 100 Artists of Washington, D.C., and 100 Artists of the Mid-Atlantic. Goslee, who earned a Ba chelor’s in Fine Arts from the University of Georgia, Georgia, and a Master’s in Fine

Arts from Catholic University in D.C., has been an active participant in ARTWATCH, a collective of DMV artists who express support for democratic values.


Photographer in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Gutiérrez has experimented with pho tography processes such as Cyanotype and Van Dyke, showing her art projects in different museums, art galleries, and art fairs in Argentina and abroad.

She uses digital and analogic black and white photography, which she develops and copies herself. Gutiérrez also works with photo gravure Intaglio type, using a non-toxic technique.

She has participated in various exhibitions in Buenos Aires, Santa Fe, Montevideo, Santander, and Barcelona and received First Mention of Engraving at the Salón Nacional, Buenos Aires, in 2013.


An architect by training, Colombian na tive Marta arrived in Boston, Massachu setts, decades ago and enrolled at The School of the Museum of Fine Arts to follow her dream of becoming an artist. Later, she transferred to The Corcoran School of Art in Washington D.C., whe re she completed her Bachelor’s in Fine Arts. Marta’s work is always driven by her

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constant search for abstraction and tech niques that reflect her varied professional Herbackground.drawings, paintings, and sculptures invite us to have an alternative look at everyday life with humor. Marta transforms ordinary nothingness into imaginative and colorful universes. She has exhibited in galleries and museums in the United States, Spain, and Colombia.


Artist Erika Harrsch has established a fertile and captivating language using painting, photography, video, animation, installation, and interactive projects. She also has achieved authority status in a wide range of disciplines related to mul timedia art production.

For the past eight years, her interdiscipli nary practices have led to collaborations with well-known musicians and compo sers, including Philip Glass, cellist Jeffrey Zeigler, Claire Chase, Paola Prestini, and Maya Beiser, among others.

Harrsch has been selected to participate in the Fokus-Lodz Biennale, Lodz, Poland; 798 Biennale, Beijing, China; Internatio nal Media Art Biennale, Seoul, South Ko rea; Fotofest Biennial in Houston, Texas; as well as the 6th and 7th FEMSA-Monterrey Biennial, Mexico.

Her work has been shown in galleries, festivals, and international artist residen cies, including as the Whitney Museum of American Art and Museo del Barrio

in New York City. She has also been ex posed to the Nevada Museum of Art in Reno, Nevada, Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, Ridgefield, Connecticut), Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase, New York, and Bellevue Arts Museum in Bellevue, Washington. Her art has also been shown internationally in Göteborg Konstmuseum, Sweden; Musée de la Photographie, Charleroi, Belgium; Seoul Museum of Art, South Korea; and Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Monterrey in Nuevo León, Mexico and Museo de la Ciudad, Querétaro, Mexico.

Harrsch’s work is included in public and private collections, such as the Musée de la Photographie in Belgium, the Eaton Corporation, the Fidelity Corporation, and Ford Foundation in the United Sta tes.


Mary Welch Higgins is a gallery direc tor and curator with The Schlesinger Center Concert Hall and Arts Center at the Northern Virginia Community College. She received her Bachelor’s in Fine Arts from the Corcoran School of Art in Washington, D.C., and her Mas ter’s in Visual Information Technologies with a specialization in computer ani mation from George Mason University in Higgins’sVirginia.drawings

are part of a dia logue and engagement with objects, writing, the past, and the gesture that

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flows from the subconscious response. She grew up surrounded by art and ar tists and always has been fascinated by history, books, visual art, journals, and letters. She is a fifth-generation Was hingtonian.


Washington, D.C based painter who creates vibrantly yet translucent colors influenced by The Washington Color School Movement and music. Her ar twork has been exposed in The Phillips Collection, the Corcoran Gallery of Art, Hirshhorn Museum, Art Club of Was hington, Gallery K, MPA, and The Art


color compositions to subdued shades of reverberations, her paintings strive to capture the sensa tion of sound visually. Her dynamic vi sual interpretation employs large color fields that meld and overlap in trans lucent layers, evoking the rhythm and flow of her musical inspiration.

She is an instructor at Mclean Project for the Arts and was a watercolor tea cher and adjunct professor for the Cor coran College of Art in Washington, D.C. Januszkiewicz was trained under the Chinese master Mun Quan at Jack sonville University in the 1970s.

She has worked closely with Paul Reed, the last of the Washington Color School original artists. She is producing

the first documentary movie about The Washington Color School Movement.


Artist DJLU, born in Colombia, has de veloped murals in cities such as Paris, Barcelona, Lima, Madrid, Lisbon, Hel sinki, Stockholm, Prague, Amsterdam, Budapest, Buenos Aires, La Paz, Denver, Santiago, Berlin, Munich, Kathmandu, Bangkok, and Cairo.

His work work has been exhibited in Más que Calle, Galería Beta in Bogotá, Colombia, Zeta Project” Beta Gallery, Bogotá, Colombia; Boderless, Gabba Gallery, Los Angeles, Califiornia; Más Allá del Pancracio, Centro Cultural Gabriel García Márquez in Bogotá, Colombia.

He also has exhibited his art at Interinde pendencias, Museum of Contemporary Art MAC in Bogotá, Colombia; Graphies en place, Paris 8, Paris, France; Where do we come from? What are we? Where are we going?, Academy of Fine Arts Saraje vo, Galerija ALU. Sarajevo, Bosnia & Her zegovina; Restos de la Memoria, Central Yard UNAM – México; The ecological im perative, and Museum of Contemporary Art in Valdivia, Chile.

He has been part of Paint Memphis, Ten nessee; Paint the Town, Clarksdale; Far bflut Festival, Lemwerder, Germany; Smi le South Central, Los Angles, California; A Better World, Hungría; International Biennal SIART, and La Paz, Bolivia.

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Sally Kauffman is a visual artist based in Washington, D.C., best known for her abstract yet allusory large-scale paintings of crowds engaged in communal activi Kauffmanties.

earned a BFA from the Univer sity of Kansas and exhibits in local galle ries and exhibition spaces, including the Studio Gallery, Schlesinger Art Center, Athenaeum, The Clinical Center Art Pro gram, NIH, McLean Project for the Arts, Glen Echo Galleries, Touchstone, Hillyer, Zenith, Joan Hisaoka Healing Arts Center, Studio 1469, Target Gallery and regiona lly at artspace and Annmarie Sculpture Garden and Art Center.

She is the recipient of the Juror’s Awards from Anne Reeve of Glenstone and Mary beth Kelley of the Hirschhorn, the Linda and Douglas Scholarship from the Corco ran College of Art + Design, a merit-ba sed artist grant from the Vermont Studio Center Artist Residency program, and DCCAH fellowship and juried exhibition grants. Her work is in private and public collections, the D.C. Commission on the Arts and Humanities Fine Art Acquisition Program, and the Art and Healing Pro gram/Inova Schar Cancer Institute.

She is affiliated with Art Watch, DCAC, Washington Project for the Arts, and Studio Gallery, where she served on the Board of Directors. Kauffman studied at the University of Texas and the Corcoran College of Art + Design.


Born in Washington, D.C., and. spent her childhood rearranging the lives of dolls inhabiting the dollhouse her grandfather built for her when she was five. She now constructs and photographs tableaus simulating the emotional and physical clutter surrounding relationships and distorting the sense of scale by working entirely in dollhouse miniatures. These photographs reveal domestic scenes that tantalize, unsettle, and explore how personal interior space and voyeurism Lambert’sinteract.

work is in private and public collections, including the Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum Collection, the Wi lson Building Art Collection, and the D.C. Commission on the Arts and Humanities Art SheBank.hasexhibited

publicly as part of the Dream Rooms exhibition at the National Building Museum, Washington, DC; D.C. ARTWALK and Public Garden, Washing ton, D.C.; the Open Sky Project in Ross lyn, Virginia; and ART ON THE ART BUS, SheVirginia.isa

four-time recipient of the D.C. Artist Fellowship Grant and received a 2004 Maryland State Arts Council Works on Paper grant.

Lambert lives in D.C. and is represented by Civilian Art Projects in Washington, D.C.

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Italian visual artist and city planner whose work explores issues of migration and migrant identity, nationalistic narratives, gun violence, climate change, and other social topics. Limauro has exhibited at the Art Museum of the Americas, the Katzen Art Center at American University in Was hington, D.C., and The Painting Center in New York City.

Her paintings have been included in New American Paintings and Studio Visit Ma gazine and reviewed by The Washington Post and the Washington City Paper.

Limauro was a finalist for the Albero An dronico Art Award in Rome and a Semi-Fi nalist for the Bethesda Painting Awards in Maryland. Limauro, who resides in Silver Springs, MD, serves as a Board Member of the Washington Project for the Arts.

Limauro holds a Bachelor’s degree in Politics and Sociology from Essex Uni versity in the U.K., a Graduate Diploma in International Development from the University of Padua, Italy, and a Master’s in Urban Planning and Policy from the University of Illinois in Chicago.

She has six pieces on permanent installation in a museum in South Korea.

Her work can also be seen in residential spaces and many public and commercial places such as hotels, banks, law firms, and offices. Lynn’s innovative technique combines crushed materials, like healing crystals, sand, stone, and recycled glass, and infuses them into her paints. The effects are dazzling and mesmerizinglike jewelry for your walls.

In 2023, Lynn’s work will be exhibited in Paris, Cannes, Venice, Switzerland, and other U.S. cities. Her recent exhibits inclu de Volta ArtBasel Switzerland, carousel of Louvre in Paris, Superfine DC, Miami Art Basel Events of Scope, Art Miami, Red Dot Miami, and Spectrum Miami, the 1St Dibs Gallery in NYC, Hamptons Art Market, The Palm Beach Show. She has also had two solo shows, “untamed” and “SUPERLOVED,” in her hometown of Washington, D.C.


Megan Maher, born in St. Louis, Missouri, is a mixed media artist and curator whose work explores the power and beauty of nature through lines and color.


Heather Lynn is a contemporary artist specializing in large-scale residential, commercial, and commission work.

Lynn’s work has been exhibited in Paris, Washington, D.C., New York City, and Miami.

The squiggle is a recurring motif in her work because it is a mark everyone is fa miliar with and, when layered, references the energy of storms.

She has exhibited internationally and na tionally, including Hope and Possibility, Bridgette Mayer Gallery, and the Late


la Curatorial x Artsy: Women in the Arts Online Exhibit. Other venues include the Arlington Arts Center, McLean Project for the Arts in Virginia, and Centro Arti Visive. Her recent awards include the Covid 19 Emergency Relief Grant for Artists and Scholars, Montgomery County Council of Arts and Humanities (2021), and the Individual Artist and Scholars Grant, Montgomery County Council of Arts and Maher’

is featured in collections of Indiana University, the Library of Con gress, and private collectors in the United States, France, and New Zealand. Maher grew up in Kentucky and southern India na, living in both the city and the country, where her love of nature developed.

She received her Master’s in Fine Arts from American University in Washington, D.C., and her Bachelor’s in Fine Arts from Indiana University. Maher lives in greater Washington, D.C., and maintains a studio in Kensington, Maryland.

York City, and Miami. In the Washington D.C. area, she has exhi bited at the Corcoran Gallery of Art and, recently, a solo show at the Art Museum of the Americas. JOHN PARADISO

John Paradiso, Italian-American, is a mixed media artist who describes his work as an “ongoing exploration of iden Hetity.”earned his BFA at the State University of New York and his Master’s in Fine Arts at the State University of New York in Bu ffalo. He has work in private and public collections, including the Kinsey Institu te, the Leslie Lohman Museum, Stamp Collection at the University of Maryland, College Park, and a portfolio of seven photographs in the National Picture Co llection at the Library of Congress (AIDS Paradiso’sportfolio).


For the past 20 years, Carolina Mayorga, a Colombian-American visual artist, has exhibited and her work reviewed natio nally and Mayorga’sinternationally.artworkaddresses issues of social and political content, such as im migration, conflict, and identity.

Her artwork has been shown worldwide in Colombia, Mexico, Texas, and major cities like Montreal, Los Angeles, New

work is influenced by the impact of the AIDS epidemic during the 80s and 90s, internal and external ho mophobia, sexual desire, and growing old. He had served as a health educator and caregiver in the HIV/AIDS community for over twenty years, where he develo ped educational programs and provided peer-based counseling.

More recently, he was an Artist-in-Resi dence at the Washington Hospital Center, working with adult cancer patients, their families, and caregivers.

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Paradiso is the lead Art Consultant for Landex Development, LLC at Studio 3807 Contemporary Apartment Community and the Resident Artist/Curator at Por tico Gallery and Studios in Brentwood, Maryland.


Peruvian artist, internationally and natio nally awarded photographer. In 2006 she received the first prize in the 1st. National Photography Salon ICPNA in Lima, Peru, and in 2002 was recognized in En Foco New Works Awards in New York.

She is a 2008 fellow in Photography from the New York Foundation for the Arts; has been selected for Descubrimientos Photo España; Interstice Spe Multicul tural Caucus; 1st. Biennial of Lima, Peru; National Contest of Women Artists at A.I.R. Gallery, New York; and at the Best Photography Annual, Photographer’s


work is in the Art Institute of Chicago in Illinois, the National Mu seum of Women in the Arts in Washing ton, D.C.; Museum of Fine Arts, Houston in Texas; Lehigh University Art Galleries in Pennsylvania; MALI Museum of Art in Lima; Museo de Arte U. San Marcos, Lima; En Foco Print Collector’s Prog; Pho tographic Art Institute of Lima; ICPNA Pe ruvian Northamerican Cultural Institute, Lima, Peru; Gorman Museum UC Davies; Bellarmine University; the Joaquim Paiva Collection at the Modern Art Museum of Rio; Peru’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs

collection and the Violy McCausland Co llection among others.

Her work has been exhibited solo at the Greenwich Arts Council in Connecticut; the Garcilaso Cultural Center in Lima, Peru; Museo Pedro de Osma, Lima, Peru; Embassy of Peru in Washington, D.C.; Crossing Arts in New York; The Cervantes Institute New York; Museo de la Nacion, Lima, Peru; Fotonoviembre in Tenerife, Spain; UC Davis Gorman Museum; Mu seo Inka in Cusco and Sala Miro Quesada in Peru; Lucia de la Puente Gallery, Lima, Peru; ICPNA Lima, Peru, MALI Museum of Art Lima, Peru. Group exhibits include L’Art Contemporai Péruvien, Fondation Taylor, Paris, France; 1st Biennial of Photography, Cusco, Peru; Les Chercheurs D ‘Or, Chateau de Saint Vincent-Auvent, France; Aleppo 8th International Wo men’s Art Festival, Syria; Beyond Bor ders/Cruzando Fronteras, Hunterdon Museum, New Jersey; Descubrimientos Photo España in Madrid, Spain; Interstice University of Miami CAS Gallery; Lehigh University, Pennsylvania; Museum of Fine Arts Houston; Enfoco New York Awards Quito Biennial of Photography; Saloon of Photography in Ecuador, San Marcos U. Museum, Lima, Peru; MALI Museo de Arte de Lima, Peru; IV Month of Photo graphy, Sao Paulo, Brasil; I Biennial of Art, Lima, Peru, Foto septiembre Latinoame ricano in Mexico.


Los Angeles-based artist, and her work explores the idea of absence and the relationship between compulsive and impul

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sive mark-making. Her artwork occupies the intersection of order, coincidence, and manipulation. Rash’s paintings, while appearing physical, are very light in paint application. She has exhibited in major cities in the United States, such as Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco, San Diego, Dallas, and Washington, D.C. In ternationally, her work has been featured in galleries in Paris, France; Venice, Italy; and Tokyo, Japan.

Rash earned a Master’s in Fine Arts with a concentration in Painting from Clare mont Graduate University in California. She also holds a Master’s in Education and Psychology, as well as a Bachelor’s in Art, both from Pepperdine University in California. Rash, who grew up in rural Nebraska, also studied at Studio Art Cen ters International in Florence, Italy.

Her art has also been exhibited in Ani mal Gallery in Chile, and Kiosco Gallery in Santa Cruz, Bolivia. Revilla’s art has been published at Amazonistas, Libro de Ar tista, and Art Nexus, No. 92.


Spanish fine Arts painter Salustiano Gar cía Cruz graduated from the University of Seville, Spain. His paintings are red or white pictures in a pure concept of Re naissance style, transmitting calm throu gh a detailed study of form and a precise brush


years, Garcia Cruz has occupied the covers of magazines and newspapers, such as the magazine Arte Al Límite, Artery Berlin, MU Magazine, and the weekly cultural newspaper of the national Spanish newspaper ABC.


Peruvian artist Natalia Revilla, who has exhibited internationally and nationally, is Director of Context, Publisher of Artist Books, and has participated as Resear cher of the Curatorial Team of the Place.

Some of her exhibitions are in galleries such as Wu Galería in Lima and Galería Pabellón 4 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Recent group exhibitions have been presented at the National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, D.C., Feria Estampa in Madrid, Spain, Espacio Odeón in Bogotá, Colombia, at Galería 80m2 in Lima, and Tasneem Gallery in Barcelona, Spain.

Thanks to this artistic recognition, chari table institutions of international prestige have invited Salustiano to collaborate in their projects. Among them is the Da lai Lama Foundation with the exhibition The Missing Peace, which toured several continents, the international organiza tion Woman Together, with the exhibi tion “Other Meninas,” supervised by the World Microcredit Bank, by Muhammad Yunus (Nobel Peace Prize), in which the Queen of Spain actively collaborates, and the Cisneros Foundation with the exhibi tion and auction of IKF Latin American Art Auction, part of its program for childhood health care in Latin America.

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Garcia Cruz participated in The Missing Peace Artist Consider The Dalai Lama, an international exhibition that brings toge ther such prominent authors as Bill Viola, Anish Kapoor, Christo, Richard Avedon, and Sebastiao Salgado, and who, sin ce 2006, has toured several cities in the world: Chicago, New York, San Francisco, Sydney, Berlin, Paris, Prague, Tokyo, To ronto, Warsaw, and Miami.

She was an Associate Professor in Typo graphy at the University of Buenos Aires. Soria works as an experimental calligra pher and a book artist. She also teaches in her studio, abroad, and online. Her main interest is the experimental aspect of calligraphy. Her goal is to mingle and blend diverse disciplines: art, textile art, graphic design, sumi-e, and calligraphy, to challenge the limits of conceptual art and technique.


Marina Soria is a graphic design artist from Argentina recognized nationally and internationally. She has exhibited her pictorial and calligraphic works in Spain, Japan, Germany, Russia, Norway, Argen tina, Uruguay, and the United States.

Her works are part of the Contempo rary Museum of Calligraphy in Moscow, the Hans-Joachim Burgert´s Collection in Berlin, the Klingspor Museum & the Hoefer Archive in Offenbach, the Arezzo Public Library in Italy, the Latin American Collection for the Yale University, the Savannah College of Arts, the Baylor Uni versity, and the Otis College of Art and Design, as well as the Harrison Collection at the San Francisco Public Library in Cali fornia. Soria has published articles in spe cialized magazines, and her artworks may be seen in Letter Arts Review´s Annuals.

Soria received her degree in Fine Arts from the Instituto Santa Ana and Graphic Design and Advertising from the Escuela Panamericana in Buenos Aires.


Acrylic painter Marsha Staiger is a working artist and teacher. She earned her Bachelor’s in Art from the University of Louisville in Kentucky, and her artwork has been exhibited nationally and internatio nally. For the past 26 years, she has been an instructor at the Art League School in Alexandria, Virginia, and is a member of the Torpedo Factory Art Center.

Staiger’s art has been featured at The Mason Law Firm in Annandale, Virginia; the Greg De Roche and Associates in Baltimore, Maryland, the Dyna Corpora tion in Reston, Virginia, and at Howard University in Washington, D.C. Staiger’s artwork has been exhibited in galleries in Brussels, Miami, Alexandria, Washing ton, D.C., and Martha’s Vineyard. In 2010 she was named Artist of the Year by the Torpedo Factory.

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Marité Vidales is a Costa Rican Washin gton, D.C.-based painter with 30 years of experience who has exhibited in Germany, Peru, the United States, and her native Costa Rica.

Her paintings are included in the D.C. Commission on the Arts and Humanities Art VidalesBank.has an active studio practice in the Shaw Neighborhood in D.C., teaches art at two non-profit senior centers in the city, and is a docent for an innovative Smithsonian Institution Spanish language project to engage adults with dementia and their Shecaregivers.isknown

for using symbols to com municate her work’s content and for crea ting harmonious and balanced images through colors and textures.

Vidales’s styles range from figuration to geometric abstraction. She has developed thematic series of work based on her life experiences as a Costa Rican immi grant to the United States and my travels and social concerns.

She received her BFA from the School of Fine Arts at the Universidad de Costa Rica and completed Graphic Design studies at the Universidad de Centro America.


Jenny Walton holds a BFA from Central

Washington University and an MFA from American University (in Washington, D.C., and Italy). Walton has shown na tionally in New York, Miami, Boston, and Seattle and internationally in Italy.

She was awarded an Artistic Fellowship from the D.C. Commission on the Arts and Humanities, among several other grants and residencies, including Ver mont Studio Center, Pyramid Atlantic Art Center, and Hamilton Princess, Bermuda.

She has been critically published in seve ral catalogs and articles, and her work is held in several distinguished private and public collections. Walton lives and works in the Washington, D.C., area.


Accomplished artist with a studio in Arlin gton, VA, and her artworks have been se lected for numerous exhibitions at galle ries both nationally and in the D.C. area.

Her artworks have been included in mu seum exhibitions at the Museo Della Car ta in Fabriano, Italy, the American Univer sity Museum at the Katzen Arts Center in Washington, D.C., and The Phillips Collection Washington, D.C. Museum.

Whealin was awarded a studio artist re sidency fellowship at the Arlington Arts Center and received a Juror’s Award in 2018 for her artwork at the McLean Project for the Arts. She holds a B.A. from Rowan University, NJ, and was awarded a teaching fellowship in the MFA sculpture

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program for The School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, MA.

She completed a two-year bronze-cas ting apprenticeship at The Johnson Atelier Technical Institute of Sculpture, Princeton, NJ, on a work grant and held a Certificate in Structures.


Artist Sue Wrbican lives and works in Was hington, D.C. metro area and teaches in the School of Art at George Mason University in Virginia.

She presented work in 2021 featuring her brother Matt Wrbican in two exhi bitions entitled “The Iridescent Yonder at Riverviews Art Space” in Lynchburg, Virginia, and “This Iridescent Era” at the VisArts Center in Rockville, Maryland. A year before, her work “Buoyant Force” was installed at the Tephra Institute of Contemporary Art in Reston, Virginia.

Wrbican has held residencies at the Ro bert Rauschenberg Residency in Captiva, Florida, Kala Art Institute in Berkeley, Ca lifornia, The Atlantic Center for the Arts in New Smyrna Beach, Florida, and STUD Residency in Catlett, Virginia.

She is a founding member of the Floating Lab Collective, which projects have been exhibited widely in venues such as ZKM, Karlsruhe, Germany, and the Nathan Cummings Foundation, NYC, New York.

She earned a Master’s in Fine Arts in Pho tography from RISD in Rhode Island and a Bachelor’s Degree in English Writing

with a concentration in poetry from the University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

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Organizing an art auction event with a reception and musical intermission is a daunting challenge unless you have outstanding partners, collaborators and friends. We have been honored to count as partners the Embassy of Mexico and the Mexican Cultural Institute in Washington, DC. We are deeply indebted to the Institute’s Director Dr. Ix-Nic Irruegas whose commitment and passion for the event ensured a seamless collaboration between Nueva Vida and the Institute.

We are also most grateful to Brigitte Reyes, Anne Dammarell, Ada Rose Galleries and Arnold Ventures for their art donations from several artists that compliment and enrich the amazing selection of artists and artworks in this third edition of Vidart.

We want to sincerely thank all the participating artists who are donating a portion of the sales to benefit Nueva Vida cancer survivors, this event would not be possible without their talent, passion and inspiration.

Philippa Hughes has been our advocate, supporter and “consiglieri.” Her com mitment to art, dialogue and to end cancer is as legendary as her heart. Thank you for all the things you bring to Nueva Vida.

We want to thank all the participating art galleries and dealers: Rofa Projects, Beta Work in Projects, and Gaby Mizes Fine Art.

This year we were able to count with the collaboration of Carmen Garcia Nuñez for the graphic design and image of this edition of Vidart 03, the fine organizational skills of Ingrid Ortega and the behind the scenes work of Nueva Vida’s Board Members and Lastly,staff.wewant to thank our volunteers Patricia Pomenta Bastidas, Michael Serra, Micaela Carmio, and those silent partners and helpers that this year and every year make the magic happen.

special thanks

We thank the Mexican Cultural Institute for being our sponsor and hosting VIDART 03.


We are honored by the support we have received from the following corporations and local businesses.

your donation is always appreciated can also a check

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