Dedication The VIDART Silent Art Auction and Digital Catalog is dedicated in honor of all cancer survivors and Nueva Vida’s Founders whose passion and principles to culturally appropriate cancer support services among the underserved Latino community has led to equitable access to state-of-the-art cancer care and essential survivorship support. As always, the breast cancer survivors continue to inspire us as they endure to strive, thrive, hope, overcome and triumph in spite of the numerous challenges and barriers they face. Their victories offer daily inspiration to Nueva Vida.
Nu e va V ida Over twenty years ago, Nueva Vida’s founders saw the tremendous need for culturally sensitive and tailored cancer support services to the Latino community. Their vision was founded under the belief that no physical, financial, or structural barrier should impede comprehensive and quality cancer support. Nueva Vida grew from grass-root beginnings; and over the past 20 years has provided outreach, education, preventive cancer screening, patient navigation, psychosocial and mental health support. As a communitybased non-profit organization dedicated to providing care to the Latino immigrant community, Nueva Vida has informed, supported and empowered Latinos whose lives are affected by cancer. During the last twenty years we have addressed some of the gaps in obtaining health services, mostly due to a lack of access to integrated cancer care, cultural barriers, limited English proficiency, low socioeconomic status, lack of formal education, and lack of a proper social support network. Nueva Vida has not only identified the multiple barriers that face our community, but it has furthermore identified the need to persevere through it and never give up on the life of any of its clients!
VIDART Welcome to VIDART, a silent auction and benefit cocktail reception in celebration of twenty years of cancer support services; as we honor and hail the cancer survivors and caregivers. Because "art is a wound turned into light"* sixty-six (66) international, local and national artists from eighteen (18) countries with more than one hundred (100) works are joining Nueva Vida in this benefit to continue providing programs to the Latino cancer community. Their tremendous generosity in sharing their art can permeate the very deepest part of us, where no words exist. On behalf of Nueva Vida’s Board of Directors and the Nueva Vida Team, we welcome you to the beautiful Art Museum of the Americas for an evening of art, music, cocktails and hors d'oeuvres. We thank you for the kindness and generosity you show as you bid on this extraordinary art collection. *Georges Braque
VIDART Participating Artists Sobia Ahmad - Felix Angel - Alexandra Arata - Joan Belmar - Erick Benitez - Nikki Brugnoli-Whikpey Jorge Cabieses - Gerardo Camargo - Lenny Campelo - Raiz Campos - Alejandro Cartagena - Mei Mei Chang Aldo Chaparro -Shanti Chandrasekhar - Hsin Hsi Chen - Irene Clouthier - Catherine Day - Jessica Drenk Cheryl Edwards - Edgar Endress - Nico Fertakis - Dominique Fierro - Sharon Fishel - Jeremy Flick Barbara Frank - Helen Frederick - Ric Garcia - Janis Goodman - Patricia Goslee - Marta Gutierrez Ariane Hafizi - Elyse Harrison - Muriel Hasbun - Tom Hill - Jeff Herrity - Francie Hester - Barbara Januszkiewicz Sally Kauffman - Madeleine Keesing - Frida Larios - Andrea Limauro -Megan Maher - J. Margulis Guillermo Marconi - Carolina Mayorga - Regina Miele - Ana de Orbegoso - John Paradiso - Javier Peláez Alejandro Pintado - Dulce Pinzón - Maryanne Pollock - Alison Rash - Modjeh Rezaeipour - Roberta Rocha Soledad Salamé - Rachel Schmidt - Betsy Stewart - Tim Tate - Fabian Ugalde - Patti Underwood Marité Vidales - Mary Welch Higgins - Alice Whealin - Josh Whipkey - Jordann Wine
VIDART Honorary Host Committee Philip Barlow - Art Collector Pedro Biaggi - Media Personality Minerva Campos, MD - Nueva Vida Board Member Dr. Taina Caragol - Art Historian & Curator Martha Carucci - Executive Director, the National Breast Center Foundation Helen Frederick - Artist & Curator Philippa Hugues - Social Sculptor/Creative Placemaker/Cultural Strategist Rachelle Nestor - Myriad Genetics Sergio Rimola, MD and Olga RImola - Philanthropists & Nueva Vida Supporters Laura Roulet - Independent Curator, Art Collector & Writer Lourdes T inajero - Phianthropist & Nueva Vida Supporter Veronica Valencia -Phianthropist & Nueva Vida Supporter Lindsey Yancich - Gallery Coordinator, Joan Hisaoka Healing Arts Gallery
Sobia Ahmad is a 2016 graduate of the Bachelorâ€™s in Studio Arts and the Honors Art program at the University of Maryland College Park. Her interdisciplinary practice maps the various ways the personal and the political overlap. By charting her own experiences and community narratives and weaving them with current and historical socio-political contexts, she highlights the inseparability of the self and larger power structures. Ahmad was born and raised in Pakistan and moved to the United States at the age of fourteen. Her work has been reviewed in
Al Jazeera English, The Washington Post, and The Huffington Post and has been included in multiple collections. She has exhibited internationallyâ€”including at the Craft and Folk Art Museum in Los Angeles, the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art in New York, and Queen Mary University in London. Ahmad received a Vermont Studio Center fellowship award in 2018, is the 2019 recipient of the Next Generation/Sanctuary Artist Fellowship at VisArts in Maryland, and is a 2019-2020 Halcyon Arts Lab Fellow in Washington DC.
Contours of a Longing I (Edition 3 of 5) Porcelain tiles and ink 15.5 x 9.5 in Retail value: $2,500 - Stating bid: $1,750
Félix Ángel Born in Medellín, Colombia. He has had more than 100 Solo Exhibitions in the United States, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Panamá, Peru and Puerto Rico, and participated in nearly 400 Group Exhibitions, art fairs, invitationals, and international competitions in the Western Hemisphere and Europe. He has public works in Medellín and Pereira (Colombia), including four murals for Medellin’s Metro System, the municipal library of Pereira, the library of the UPB (Catholic University), and the National University of Colombia.
His work is in many collections, including in the United States those of the Bass Museum in Miami, the Blanton Gallery of the University of Texas, the San Francisco Museum of Art, The Detroit Institute of Art, The San Diego Museum of Art, The Riverside Museum of Art, the Art Museum of the Americas in Washington, D.C, and the Essex Collection of Latin American Art in England; Acquisition Award at the Biennial of Montevideo (Uruguay, 1980); Second Prize at the Calcasieu Museum of Art (Louisiana, USA, 1988); and three consecutive awards at the Salón de Arte Joven of the Museum of Antioquia, in
From the Horse and Rider Series, 2013 Mixed media on acid free museum board 8 x 10 in Retail value: $900 - Starting bid: $650
From the Horse and Rider Series, 2013 Mixed media on acid free museum board 8 x 10 in Retail value: $900 - Starting bid: $650
Alexandra Arata is an artist, interior architect and designer. Originally from Argentina, she has lived in Washington since 2002. Arata has painted since an early age and later continued her art studies at Glen Echo and Corcoran School of Art. She has participated in many art exhibitions locally and abroad: Basel Week (Switzerland), Architectural Design (NYC), Scope, (Miami), Chelsea Art (London), among others. Her work is part of private collections in different countries: England, Scotland, Spain, Andorra, Argentina, Mexico, Uruguay, Germany and in the collection of
Joy Series Mixed media on gallery wrapped canvas 36 x 36 in Retail value: $2,500 - Starting bid: $1,750
Museo of the Americas (Miami). Her works also hang in an office at the White House and the International Monetary Fund. Alexandra explores the impact that colors produce in our lives, how they can change our mood, affect our psychology, and even produce a physical reaction. She says: “Most of my work is abstract, emotions cannot be condensed into a single image or word. If my paintings evoke primordial feelings within people and connects with them, then I will have completed my job.”
Bound Together Mixed media on wood 40 x 30 in Retail value: $2,500 - Starting bid: $1,750
Joan Belmar was born in Santiago, Chile in 1970. He came to the United States in 1999, and in 2003 was granted permanent residency in the U.S. based on extraordinary artistic merit, he previously lived in Spain. Joan is the recipient of numerous awards and grants, including the Mayor's Art Award Finalist in Washington, DC, the DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities Fellowship Program, and an Individual
Caravaggios Face from Beguiled by Caravaggio series, 2018 Acrylic, ink, oil and silkscreen on paper 26.5 x 20.5 in Retail value: $1,500 - Starting bid: $1,050
Artist Grant by the Arts and Humanities Council of Montgomery County, and the state of Maryland.Â In 2016 he won first place in the Osten Biennial of Drawing in Macedonia.Â His works are in the collections of the Microsoft Corporation, University of Maine Museum of Art, Capital One Corporation, Fidelity Investment, Hogan Lovells, Exelon and the Capitol One Bank among others.
Echoes (From Once), 2016 Acrylic, ink, mylar, wood and vinyl on wood 32x 24 in Retail value: $3,500 - Starting bid: $1,500
Erick Antonio Benitez (b.1988, Bronx, NY) is a Salvadorian-American multidisciplinary artist, musician, organizer and curator based in Baltimore, MD. He received his BFA from the Maryland Institute College of Art and has exhibited work at Connor Smith Gallery (DC), The Baltimore Museum of Art (MD), Greenpoint Gallery (NY), Real Milk Studios (GA), Gaddis Geeslin Gallery (TX), Strange Fire Collective (CO), Metafora Studio Arts (Barcelona, ES) and Simultan Festival (Timișoara, RO). His work has been reviewed by The Washington Post, The Baltimore Sun, Baltimore Magazine, BmoreArt, The A m e r i c a n S c h o l a r, B a l t i m o r e C i t y P a p e r, W h a t
Window at Dawn, 2018 Lace curtain, camouflage strap and thermal stretched on wood 12 x 12 in Retail value: $600 - Starting bid: $420
Weekly and a few publications including the first and sixth issue of BmoreArt Magazine, Let’s Talk Live (WJLA), and Hyrsteria Zine Vol. 2. Benitez is also a recipient of the 2016 Ruby Artist Project grant, The Contemporary: Grit Fund 2, Y.L. Hoi Memorial Award and has work included in private collections around the Mid-Atlantic region and abroad. In 2018, Benitez received the MASB Travel Artist Award, the Janet and Walter Sondheim Award and participated in The Studios residency at MASS MoCA. Recently Benitez h a s re c e i v e d a B a l t i m o re L i g h t C i t y F e s t i v a l commission and an invitation to Pigment Savuage “La Track” residency in Montreal, Canada
Sunflowers After Van Gogh No. 4, 2018 Acrylic and camouflage strap on stretched camuflage fabric 42 x 16 in Retail value: $1,400- Starting bid: $1,000
Nikki Brugnoli (b. 1981 Pittsburgh, PA) artist, educator, and curator, received her BFA from Seton Hill University (2004) and her MFA from The Ohio State University (2007). Beginning in August, 2018 Brugnoli joined the faculty at the Flint Hill School in Oakton, VA. She runs the studio art program in the Upper School. Previously, she served on the faculty at George Mason University and was the Assistant Graduate Programs Coordinator and Graduate Advisor in the School of Art. In addition, she helped coordinate Visual Voices, Visiting Artist Program, GMU. Nikki was the Exhibitions Coordinator for the Art Lab at the Lorton Workhouse, Lorton, VA and currently serves on the Hillyer IA&A Advisory Council, Washington D.C.. Nikki has also taught at The Ohio State University, the Northern Virginia Community Colleges, and The Renaissance School in Charlottesville, VA.
In summer 2018, Brugnoli had a one-woman exhibition at the Fenwick Gallery, George Mason University; Convergence; June 21-August 17.
In January 2020, Brugnoli will have a two-person installation/exhibition with her partner, Josh Whipkey at Riverviews Art Space in Lynchburg, VA. They are exploring concepts surrounding Field Guides in their shared life on a farm in rural VA. In addition, Brugnoliwill be included in several group exhibitions in 2020 in Maryland and Washington D.C.
Brugnoli was an Artist in Residence Feb. 26-March 4, 2018 at the Westmoreland County Community College, Youngwood, PA.
Soften and Withhold Silk screen, watercolor dyes, acrylic gel medium on mylar Retail value: $1,000 - Starting bid: $700
2017 One-Woman Exhibitions; Above the Horizon; McLean Project for the Arts Horizon Lost; The Pittsburgh Center for the Arts In 2017, Brugnoli curated a traveling drawing exhibition; “Drawn Out, Drawn Over: Mapping the Territory of Experience”. In 2016 Brugnoli co-founded The Portable Art Museum with fellow DC artists and academics, Maria Barbosa, Helen Frederick and Josh Whipkey. This group aims to critically and creatively engage in discussions about contemporary art and cultural issues discovered within different communities.
B r u g n o l i ’s w o r k i s i n c l u d e d i n m a n y p r i v a t e collections across the United States and in Europe, and is featured in national academic and public institutions.
Field Guide, 2018 Silk screen, india ink, graphite on mylar 24 x 27 in Retail value: $1,000 - Starting bid: $700
Jorge Cabieses (Lima, 1971) has recently arrived at a turning point in his art through the adoption of a constructive art stand in his development of an abstract proposal in painting. He had already achieved a prominent position in the Peruvian contemporary art scene by 2005, through a consistent practice of appropriation of magazine images, technical drawings and illustrations from manuals and booklets through silkscreen procedures. The interplay of this material allowed him to represent rapid cultural change and to allude ironically to Western notions of progress at work in Peruvian society. He studied painting in the School of Fine Arts "Corriente Alterna", and graduated with a golden and silver medal in 2000. H e h a s p a r t i c i p a t e d i n n u m e ro u s c o l l e c t i v e exhibition: Resistances (Casa de America 2003), "Selected Works" 2nd Biennal of Engraving, Peru ( 2 0 1 0 ) . C h i l e ' s Tr i e n n i a l ( 2 0 1 0 ) . Tr i e n n i a l o f Contemporary Art in Prague, Czech Republic (2009). Ojo latino, Colección Benetton, Santiago de Chile (2009)."Develaciones - Tendencia", Berlín, Poland, Germany and Vienna (2008-2008).
Puente (2011). Pinta Londres Ideobox Londres (2011). ARTBO Jacobo Karpio Bogotá (2011-2012). Scope Jacobo Karpio Miami (2011-2012).The Armory Show Lucia De la Puente , New York (2013).Parc Galeria Lucia de la Puente 2013, ArtLima Galeria Fernando Pradilla 2013. Pinta Lonres Galeria Fernando Pradilla (2013).FIA Galeria Gbart Caracas Venezuela (2013). ArtLima Galeria Fernando Pradilla (2014). Parc Galeria Lucia De la Puente 2014. ArteBa Galeria Lucia de la Puente. Buenos Aires (2014). FIA Galeria Gbart Caracas Venezuela (2014).ASV, Rofa projects 2014. ArtBo Jacob Karpio (2014) Context Miami, Galeria Rofa projects 2015 ParC Galeria Lucia de Puente (2015) , ArtLima Galeria Fernando Pradilla (2015).ArtBo Galeria El Museo (2016) Untitled Galeria Lucia de la Puente (2016) Pinta Galeria La Nube 2017 Estampa Galeria Fernando Pradilla Madrid 2017. Artbo 2017.
H e h a s b e e n a fi n a l i s t f o r t h e " A r t i s t ' s Passport" (2001, 2002, 2005): He was selected for the scholarship of the Cisneros Foundation in 2011, (2014-2015). Miradas de fin de Siglo "Pop/Popular" Museo de Arte de Lima (MALI), Lima, Perú (2007), Miradas defin de Siglo "Transito de Imágenes”, Museo de Arte de Lima (MALI), Lima, Perú (2007), 30 años Galeria Jacobo Karpio Costa Rica 2012, Galeria Fernando Pradilla, Madrid, 2013, Latina Galeria Xippas, Geneve, 2014.Obra sobre papel Galeria Fernando Pradilla, Madrid. entre otras. Project ABTRATION IN ACTION curated by Cecilia Fajardo Hill Coleccion Sayago @ Pardon. ArteBA Galeria Enlace Buenos Aires, Argentina (2007– 2008). ArtBO Galeria Enlace Bogotá – Colombia (2007), The Armory Show, Galeria Lucia de la
Untitled 2017 Acrylic on antique tapestry 23 3/5 × 23 3/5 in Retail value: $4,000 - Starting bid: $2,500
Courtesy of Rofa Projects
Gerardo Camargo is a self-taught artist born in Mexico City. He began working as a cartoonist at age of 12. In 2002 he was selected by the Mexican National Council for Culture and the Arts as a Promising Emerging Artist. In 2004 he founded Z a r c o G a l l e r y, a n i n d e p e n d e n t s p a c e f o r contemporary art in Cuernavaca, Mexico. He was Appointed Commissioner for Planning and Programming of Cultural Development by that same council and the state of Morelos in 2012. His work has been shown in galleries and museums
Bold Eagle, 2016 Cut and burned wood mounted on board 25.5x 14 in Retail value: $500 - Starting bid: $350
in Mexico and USA and is part of private collections as the Permanent Collection of RISD Museum, 2005. Some of his exhibitions include Underlying Borders, Mexican Cultural Institute, 2019; Mystic, Fifties Gallery, Mexico City, 2017; After Eden: 40 Years of Art in Cuernavaca, Museum Siqueiros, Morelos Mexico, 2016; Mary B. Howard Artist Member Exhibition, Greater Reston ART Center, Reston VA, 2016; Give Me the Power, Gallery of the House of Representatives, Mexico City, 2014; Personal Space, Pieter, Los Angeles, 2013.
Drawings of the Mountains and the City 3, 2017 Acrylic and chalkboard painting on canvas 14 x 11 in Retail value: $400 - Starting bid: $300
Lennox (Lenny) Campelo was born in Cuba and, together with his parents, came to the US in the 1960s as a political refugee. He studied art at the University of Washington in Seattle, from which he graduated in 1981, and was commissioned as an officer in the US Navy that same year. His work has been exhibited worldwide in museums, galleries, and art fairs, and has been reviewed widely in many newspapers and art magazines. He is considered one of the seminal artists who over a decade ago began incorporating techonolgy into contemporary
drawings and paintings. As an award winning artist, an experienced art dealer, a widely published writer and critic, a curator and juror with over 200 exhibitions under his belt, a regular TV and radio personality, and as a seminal art blogger closing in on five million visitors, Campello is an inexhaustible supporter of the DMV's art scene. He is the author o f t h e 2 0 1 1 S c h i ff e r P re s s : " 1 0 0 A r t i s t s o f Washington, DC" and is currently working on a second volume.
Frida Kahlo in a Cross of Clouds Version 1 Mixed media on bisque (unique) 7 x 7 x 3 in Retail value: $200 - Starting bid: $150 Courtesy of Alida Anderson Art Projects
Eve Running Away from Eden Mixed media on bisque 4 x 4 x 1/4 in Retail value: $150 - Starting bid: $100 Courtesy of Alida Anderson Art Projects
Raiz Campos is one of the greatest expressions of graffiti in the North region of Brazil. Rai’s work transforms the imaginary into pieces that represent the Amazon’s fauna, flora and native people’s lives, outlined in vibrant colors and mixed techniques in walls, stilts, floating houses, and overpasses through the Amazon region. His greatest contribution is in portraying indigenous characters in their daily life, as a way of recognition and respect to the native peoples.
Untitled, 2019 Graffiti painting on natural fiber mat 36 x 36 in Retail value: $700 - Starting bid: $500
Alejandro Cartagena, Mexican (b. 1977, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic) lives and works in Monterrey, Mexico. His projects employ landscape and portraiture as a means to examine social, urban and environmental issues. His work has been exhibited internationally in spaces including the Fondation Cartier pour L'art Contemporain in Paris and the CCCB in Barcelona. He is part of the collection of the San Francisco SFMOMA, the Museum of Contemporary Photography in Chicago, the Portland Museum of Art, JPMorgan Chase Art Collection, the West Collection, the Nelson Atkins
Museum, the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston, the Eastman Museum and the Santa Barbara Museum of Art and among others. He has published work in The New York Times, Le Monde, The New Yorker, The Wa s h i n g t o n P o s t , T h e Wa l l S t r e e t J o u r n a l , Newsweek, Nowness, Domus, the Financial Times, and Wallpaper. Cartagena has received several awards including the international Photolucida Critical Mass Book Award, and the Lente Latino Award in Chile, the Premio IILA-FotoGrafia Award in Rome.Â
Carpoolers #52, Edition 5/10 Archival pigment print on paper Retail value: $3,500 - Starting bid: $2,450 Courtesy of Kopeykin Gallery
Mei Mei Chang
Mei Mei received her Master of Fine Arts in Photography from Ohio University 2002. As a mixed media and installation artist, Mei Mei explores various media to bridge her internal and external worlds. She is a lifelong student of the human psyche, fascinated by the mind's ability to focus on details great and small without limits. Using her internal symbols, she creates rich visual images that are both highly personal and accessible by all. "Another aspect of the human mind that I explore is its freedom from the boundaries of macro and micro
Untitled 1, 2011 Mixed media on handmade paper 14.5 x 19 in Retail value: $800 - Starting bid: $560
scales and its power of infinitesimal infinitude. My work is a place for the mind to move without limits, from the work as a whole down through layers of ever more granular complexity." Mei Mei has received numerous awards and residencies, including at the Vermont Studio Center, Great River Art Association, the ARCH Residency at Honfleur Gallery, the Montgomery College Artist Residency, and second place in the Contemporary South Exhibition.
Blue Mountain, 2017 Works on paper 12 x 12.25 in Retail value: $600 - Starting bid: $420
Aldo Chaparro Peruvian, resides in Mexico. Chaparro explores form through void, matter and the human body using quick processes to transform prefabricated materials into unique objects. Using elements commonly used for construction, he creates forms in balance by manipulating and subtracting matter. He has exhibited his work Internationally in museums, galleries and art centers. His work is among many important public collections such as Cisneros Fontanals Art Foundation (CIFO), Domenico De Sole (Gucci)
Mx Mate White Stainless steel, electrostatic paint 21 x 23 x 5 in Retail value: $8,000 - Starting bid: $5,000 Courtesy of the artist and Rofa Projects
Shanthi Chandrasekar is a Maryland-based artist who has been drawing and painting since early childhood. Her interest in understanding different forms of visual media has led her to experiment with drawing, painting, sculpture, photography, printmaking and papermaking. She has also been tra ine d in t he t ra d it io na l a rt fo rm s o f K o la m a nd
Tanjore-style painting, along with an introduction to Indian miniature painting.Â While many of her works are influenced by herÂ Indian heritage, her true inspiration comes from the mystery and majesty of the world around her; her muse lives where the scientific overlaps with the spiritual.
Chakra Acrylic on canvas 40 x 30 in Retail value: $3,900 - Starting bid: $2,750
Jungle of Birds Acrylic on canvas 20 x 16 in Retail value: $1,500 - Starting bid: $1,050
Hsin Hsi Chen
Hsin-Hsi Chen was born in Taipei, Taiwan. Chen holds an MFA from the University of Maryland at College Park in 1996 and BFA from Tunghai University in Taiwan, 1992. Chen was granted U.S. Permanent Residency based on “Extraordinary Ability in Art” in 2002, the grantee of 2013 Maryland State Arts Council Grant/Individual Artist Award and 2007 Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant. She was selected in The Drawing Center Viewing Program in New York, 1995, 2006~2010; WPA Art Auction at the Corcoran Gallery of Art, The Katzen Arts Center Museum, in Washington, DC and Artisphere in Virginia, 1998~2019. Chen’s artwork has been collected and exhibited nationally and internationally, and were included in the permanent art collection at Art Bank/DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities (DCCAH), Washington, DC, 2015; Brooklyn Art Library, Brooklyn, New York, 2011; National Institutes of Health (NIH), Bethesda, MD, 2006. Chen was invited as the Art Critic/Judge for George Mason University and The Regional Scholastic Art Competition in Fairfax, VA, 2007. She was selected in 99’ Critics’ Residency Program/ Maryland Art Place and Artsites’ 98/Arlington Art Center and awarded the 1999 cover of Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society in Chicago/Seattle, etc. Chen also taught at GMU, UMCP, Montgomery College and VisArts. Chen’s artwork has been reviewed by major newspapers
Penumbra #1 of 16, 2005 Pencil, paper 9.5 x 9.5 x 1.75 Retail value: $495 - Starting bid: $347
and journals, including: The New York Times, The Boston Globe, The Washington Post, The Baltimore Sun, Philadelphia Weekly, The Washington Times, Washington Review, Art & Antiques, Articulate, Home & Design. Hsin-Hsi Chen is known for her exquisite, illusionary pencil drawings on unique complex constructed 3D forms of paper and wood. Chen’s initial mission was to use only these basic materials and see how far they would take her. Her recent work has evolved beyond 3D drawings to include a variety of scales, two/three-dimensional work, large-scale/full-room installation, and collaborations using 3D modeling/printing and interactive digital projection. Chen assembles new work that considers the space as a site where light, shadow, space, drawing, and discovery merge. Chen disorients viewers with actual and imaginary planes of drawing, light, shadow, illumination in illogical sequences of complex 3D structure, installation and interactive dimension - to present h e r i n t e re s t a n d v i s i o n i n r i d d l e d p a t h s o f existences, the unknown of the universe, surreal, geometric and architectural constructions. The untouchable and invisible time overlaps the unpredictable occurrences and growth in space as the light illuminates those mysterious elements and source of life. The shadow within reflects its subject as the soul to the human being.
Penumbra #3 of 16, 2005 Pencil, paper 9.5 x 9.5 x 1.75 Retail value: $495 - Starting bid: $347
Penumbra #8 of 16, 2005 Pencil, paper 9.5 x 9.5 x 1.75 in Retail value: $495 - Starting bid: $347
Irene Clouthier is a Mexican/American artist living and working in the Washington DC area since 2000. Her work unfolds from the remembrances and notions of childhood plays and games. She works with a variety of media from digital photography to sculpture, installation art and drawing. Her work has been shown widely around the United States, Canada, Mexico, Latin America and Europe. She has had 13 solo exhibitions in her 20+ years career, in her international career not only in her native Mexico, but also in the United States, Cuba, and Spain and in museums, art centers and art galleries around the world. Irene has also participated, numerous art fairs and 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
Outside/Inside, 2019 PVC /metal lining 35 in diameter Retail value: $3,000 - Starting bid: $2,100 Courtesy of Glim Gallery
Art Chicago among others. She participated in more than 100 collective exhibitions in museums, art centers, and galleries including the IX FEMSA Biennial at the Monterrey Center for the Arts and San Ildefonso Museum and the Valencia Biennial; she has exhibit with Lowestein Gallery in Miami, Drexel Gallery in Monterrey, Enrique Guerrero Gallery in Mexico Ciry, Marina Kessler in Miami, Mackey Gallery in Houston, Sicart in Barcelona, Parisud in Paris, the Museum of Modern Art in Mexico City, the Metropolitan Museum of Monterrey, Sinaloa Museum of Art, The Anchorage Museum of Art and History, the Jacksonville Museum of Art, the Mexican Cultural Institute in Washington DC, The Chopo University Museum in Mexico City and the Katzen Arts Center.
1.99, 2010 C-print/plexiglass 24 x 30 in Retail value: $2,300 - Starting bid: $1,650 Courtesy of Glim Gallery
Catherine Dayâ€™s challenge was a long series of experiments to find the right medium for her photos. The results are intricate layers of fabric rather than paper prints. The tactile nature of fabric--doilies, tablecloths, antique linensâ€”transform her work into three-dimensional objects, which move and shimmer with light. They frame and enhance her photographs focus on the quiet moments of grief, drawing the viewer in to experience the emotions associated with loss. Catherine Day was awarded wirh the ARTSFAIRFAX 2018 Artists Grants.
Bombs, 2018 Digital pigment prints on unique on antique linen doily 14 x 14 in Retail value: $700 - Starting bid: $550
Plume and Light, 2019 Digital pigment prints on hand stitched layers of antique linen and silk 24 in diameter Retail value: $700 - Starting bid: $550
Jessica Drenk is an American artist raised in Montana, where she developed an appreciation for the natural world that remains an important inspiration to her artwork today. Tactile and textural, her sculptures highlight the chaos and beauty that can be found in simple materials. Jessica’s work is also influenced by systems of information and the impulse to develop an encyclopedic understanding of the world. Jessica’s work can be found internationally in private collections, as well as corporate and university collections within the US. She has been the recipient of several awards, including an Artist Project Grant from the Arizona C o m m i s s i o n o n t h e A r t s , a n d t h e I n t e r n a t i o n a l S c u l p t u re
C e n t e r ’s O u t s t a n d i n g S t u d e n t A c h i e v e m e n t i n Contemporary Sculpture Award. Her work has been pictured in Sculpture, Interior Design, Elle Decor China, The Washington Post, Dallas Magazine and Curve as well as The Workshop Guide to Ceramics. Her work has recently become a part of the Fidelity art collection and the Yale University Art Gallery. Jessica has an MFA in 3D Art from the University of Arizona and a bachelor’s degree from Pomona College where she was an art major. She has exhibited with the Adah Rose Gallery since 2011. She currently resides in upstate New York.
Erosions 70 PVC pipes carved and sanded 25 x 20 in Retail value: $2,000 - Starting bid: $1,400 Courtesy of Ada Rose Gallery
Cheryl D. Edwards was born in Miami Beach, Florida. She began her studies in art during 1988 in New York City in a class at the Art Student League taught by the late, Ernest Crichlow. She has been living in Washington, DC for the past 23 years. Cheryl has exhibited in many shows in the Washington, DC, New York, Virginia, Maryland, Miami, Texas, Germany and Hong Kong. Her interest in art stems from her fascination of the human body as a whole. Her medium is oil, ink and acrylics. Cherylâ€™s most recent exhibits include: Anyone Can F l y F o u n d a t i o n , a r t a u c t i o n , H a r l e m C h i l d re n ' s
White Female # 2, AP 2/4 Silk screened print on Rives suede paper 23 X 23 in Retail value: $500 - Starting bid: $350
M u s e u m , N e w Yo r k , N Y ( 2 0 1 9 ) ; M i c ro c o s m Macrocosm, International Print Exchange Program, Mubai, India (2019); Homegrown, Group exhibit, DC Arts Commission Art Gallery, D.C; Arts In the Embassy State Department program, eight works from the Play series are on loan for three years for an exhibition at the U.S. Embassy in Conarky, Guinea.(2019); Terry- Craddock Gallery, Solo exhibit, Lynchburg, VA (2019); David C Driskell Center at the University of Maryland, 10 years in focus group exhibition of recent acquisitions (2018); Portico Gallery, group exhibit, Brentwood, MD (2018); Anyone Can Fly Foundation, art auction, New York, NY (2018).
Black Male # 2, AP 2/4, 2018 Silk screened print on Rives suede paper 23 X 23 in Retail value: $500 - Starting bid: $350
Edgar Endress is a George Mason University assistant professor teaching new media and public art. Born in Chile, he has exhibited extensively throughout the Americas, most recently in Museum of Contemporary Art MACBA, Barcelona, Spain at the Land Art Biennial in Mongolia, and in Pacific Time at the Getty Museum. In 2015, in association with Provisions, he initiated the Floating Lab Collective, a team of interdisciplinary a r t i s t s w h o d e p l o y i n n o v a t i v e a r t p ro j e c t s i n collaboration with urban communities. His work focuses on syncretism in the Andes, displacement in
ithe Caribbean, and mobile art-making practices. He received his MFA in Video Art from Syracuse University. He has received numerous grants and fellowships, including from the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the NEA and the Creative Capital Fund. He received his MFA in Video Art from Syracuse University. He has received numerous grants and fellowships, including from the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the NEA and the Creative Capital Fund.
Cartographies of Extractions 1, 2019 Mixed media 10 x 20 x 2 in Retail value: $1,500 - Starting bid: $1,050
Cartographies of Extractions 4, 2018 Mixed media 10 x 13 x 2 in Retail value: $1,000 - Starting bid: $700
Cartographies of Extractions 2, 2018 Mixed media 11 x 8 x 2 in, $ 850 Retail value: $850 - Starting bid: $595
Cartographies of Extractions 3, 2018 Mixed media 9 x 14 x 2 in Retail value: $1,000 - Starting bid: $700
Courtesy of the artist and Rofa Projects
Nico Fertakis is a Filiipino Greek American artist who lives in Washington, DC, and was raised in Florida. She studied Sociology at the University of Florida, and received a Master's degree in Human Resources Management and an Executive C e r t i fi c a t e i n N o n p r o fi t M a n a g e m e n t f r o m Georgetown University. While Fertakis does not have education in art, she enjoys the creative process and how artwork can serve as a reflection of her multicultural background.Â
If I give you Calamansi Digital print 11 x 14 in Retail price: $190 - Starting bid: $
The Papaya of My Eye Digital print 11 x 14 in Retail value: $190 - Starting bid: $
Fertakis designs prints that feature Venn diagrams and text that combines American expressions with Filipino food. The colors of the Venn diagrams that Fertakis creates are also symbolic. They reflect the colors of the Filipino-inspired fruit/vegetable/dish that she features in the adapted expression on the print. Fertakis's artwork has been featured in The Washington Post, The Washington City Paper, and The Studio Visit.
A Piece of Mango Digital print 11 x 14 in Retail price: $190 - Starting bid: $
Like Pineaples and Kumquats Digital print 11 x 14 in Retail value: $190 - Starting bid: $
Born and raised as a Haitian-American in the Washington, D.C. area, Fierro's passion for design and love for aesthetic is reflected through all variations of her work. Known for her diverse background and comprehensive photographic craft, working with mixed materials for contemporary abstract pieces and portrait paintings, Fierro is inspired by everyday life and the emotion within and her work reveals what is superb in the simplicity of life. She describes her passion as "Always seeking to capture all the little things within our everyday lives. There are so many beautiful and complex pictures living and breathing behind the lens of life that very few people notice… My work includes a mix of abstract paintings and photographs along with my
Frida Classique Painted photograph 30 x 45 in Retail value: $4,500 - Starting bid: $3,150
female portraiture series called Photo Therapy, where I aim to capture one’s spirit in a personal shoot that builds confidence and releases inhibitions. My subjects are women. They stand before my camera exposed, timid and vulnerable. I relate to them. I am one of them. I work to tell their story--to capture their soul. To disclose something that isn’t always comfortable. I tell their stories through photographs--it’s how I see the world, how I see their story, how I relax enough to let them see me first. I am a strong believer in giving back, I donate my time and a portion of my profits to human rights organizations. When you purchase one of my pieces, you can look at it knowing that you too have made a contribution. I support organizations that fight to end crimes against humanity, end genocide & empower women.’
Unitled #2 Acrylic and marker over photograph 24 x 36 in Retail value: $2,800 - Starting bid: $2,000
Sharon Fishel is a visual artist and Director of the ArtReach Program (an in-gallery and art education program) at McLean Project for the Arts, a nonprofit visual arts center that exhibits the work of emerging and established regional artists. She has taught for both The Corcoran School of Art (2000-2004) as well as an Adjunct Professor at The A m e r i c a n U n i v e r s i t y f ro m ( 1 9 9 2 - 2 0 0 3 ) . S h e received a Virginia Commission Artist Residency Grant through her work at MPA. Previously, she worked as the Principal Instructor for the Art Reach Program at The Whitney Museum of American Art
(1978-1983). She attended The Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture (2018) holds an M.F.A. from Queens College, CUNY, an M.A. from New York University and a B.F.A. from The Hartford Art School at The University of Hartford. She has exhibited her work extensively in Washington DC., Maryland, Virginia and in New York City. Her work is included in the INOVA Schar Cancer Institute Collection, Artery Collection as well as various private collections in the Mid-Atlantic region.
Lotus Sutra #2, 2019 Oil on canvas 30 x 20 in Retail value: $1,000 - Starting bid: $700
Jeremy Flick was born in 1981 in Cincinnati, OH and lives and works in Washington, DC. Adapting m i n i m a l i s t s t r a t e g i e s a n d a h i g h l y c o n t ro l l e d approach, Jeremy Flick’s sculptural canvases are characterized by their formal precision, a systematic approach to form, and strong command of color. Through the use of repetition, symmetry/asymmetry, and overlapping geometric forms, Flick’s minimal compositions evoke multiple depths and perspectives allowing for multiple interpretations and meanings. In his commitment to abstraction, Flick’s practice is on one hand very much rooted in traditions of painting, but is also heavily influenced by digital innovations in influencing the ways we
#9/18, 2018 Acrylic on shaped canvas 22 1/2 x 20 1/4 in Retail value: $2,500 - Starting bid: $1,750
think about, understand, and experience images, forms, and colors. Recent exhibitions include Brentwood Arts Exchange, Brentwood, MD (2019), HEMPHILL, Washington, DC (2018), ‘sindikit, Baltimore, MD (2017), and Marymount University, Arlington, VA (2017). His works are included in numerous private and academic collections, including Hogan Lovells, Washington, DC; Inova Schar Cancer Institute, Fairfax, VA; The Hotel at the University of Maryland, College Park, MD; Capital One, McLean, VA; and Hilton Worldwide, McLean, VA.
#14/18, 2018 Acrylic on shaped canvas 18 x 24 in Retail value: $2,500 - Starting bid: $1,750
Barbara Frank is known for her allegorical imagery. H e r p a i n t i n g s a n d d r a w i n g c a t a l o g d re a m s , experiences, and her study of how the brain works. She is the recipient of The Franz and Virginia Bader Fund Award (2016), an Artist Grant from the DC Commission for the Arts and Humanities, The MacDowell Colony resident fellowships, and a Cafritz Foundation Resident Fellowship to the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts. Her work has
Liminality 28 Ink and pastel on Somerset paper 9 x 9 in Retail value: $650 - Starting bid: $450
been exhibited in galleries and museums nationally and is included in corporate and private collections. The Archives of American Art has collected her papers for her important role in the feminist art movement of the 1970s and 1980s. Barbara holds an MFA and BA from the University of Maryland, College Park, MD.
Liminality 28 Ink and pastel on Stonehenge paper 9 x 9 in Retail value: $650 - Starting bid: $450
H e l e n F re d e r i c k ( A m e r i c a n b o r n i n 1 9 4 5 ) i s recognized as a distinguished artist, curator, educator, coordinator of international projects, and as founder of Pyramid Atlantic, a center for contemporary printmaking, hand papermaking and the art of the book. As an advocate for and an a c t i v e p a r t i c i p a n t i n t h e Wa s h i n g t o n , D . C . , metropolitan area arts scene, she has served on the directorial boards of alternative art spaces, various local and national boards including the College Art Association, and national peer-review panels. Her work has been exhibited at the Phillips 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
Night Pools Painting on artist-made paper 28 x 28 in Retail value: $900 - Starting bid: $650
Modern Art in Kyoto, Japan, and is in collections of the Whitney Museum and Brooklyn Museum in New York, the National Gallery of Art, Library of Congress, and Smithsonian American Art Museum in Washington, D.C., among many others. Frederick who is a Professor Emeritus in the School of Art at George Mason University, has fulfilled speaking engagements around the world, always emphasizing collaboration across disciplines. She has received the Southern Graphic Council International P r i n t m a k e r E m e r i t u s Aw a rd , t h e C o l l e g e A r t Association Distinguished Teacher Award, and was invited into the Feminist Art Base archive, the Brooklyn Museum of Art. Frederick is an alumnus of the Rhode Island School of Design.
Holding Hands, 2015 Artist-made paper and pronto plate ilthography 18 x 18 in Retail value: $500 - Starting bid: $350
I am a Cuban-American painter and digital printmaker who exhibits in the DC metro area. I have recently received an Individual Artist Award from the Maryland State Arts Council. Each year the award recognizes the outstanding artistic achievements of artists from across Maryland. I have also exhibited in several local Museum. Most recently at American University, Katzen Art Center in Washington DC, in an exhibit titled “The Looking Glass: Artist Immigrants of Washington”, and The Smithsonian Aviation museum in College Park MD. My art samples visual information from various image sources that are combined into a new expression of Americana. My work references Latino culture and creates a space for conversation about diversity, identity and what it means to be bi-cultural. I like to work in a pop art style because it allows me to build
Three Kings II Digital archival print 31 x 31 in Retail value: $700 - Starting bid: $550
on a tradition that has a place in art history, and to represent ideas with immediacy, power, and flexibility. I create each, limited edition, print using a Wacom drawing tablet and digital pen. The visual elements – texture, color, and form come from several photo sources. My art is part of public and private art collections. My work is in the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities Art Bank collection. My work is also part of the Arts and Cultural Heritage Division of The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission, Prince George's County, Maryland collection. I earned a BFA in graphic design and illustration from the University of Miami. I am currently on staff with the Smithsonian as a visual designer.
Cafeine Target Digital print 31 x 31 in Retail value: $700 - Starting bid: $550
Janis Goodman is a Washington DC based artist. She is currently a Professor of Fine Arts at the C o rc o r a n S c h o o l o f A r t s / G e o r g e Wa s h i n g t o n University in Washington, DC. She was one of the founders of the arts group Workingman Collective. She is the arts reviewer for Around Town, WETA TV a PBS affiliate. She was awarded a Franz and Virginia Bader Award and DC Commission on the Arts Grant for 2018. Janis Goodmanâ€™s drawings and paintings move between the narrative and the deconstructed. Years of hiking national parks and kayaking rivers along the
Cold Front Oil on panel 30 x 30 in Retail value: $3,000 - Starting bid: $1,750
east coast have formed the backdrop of her work. Her interest in ecology and the changes in the environment have been most recently encouraged by a residency at Shoals Marine Lab in Maine, recent travels to Hawaii and time spent in on the Anacostia River. Her fascination with natural phenomenon fuels her interest in movement, line, image and color. Ms. Goodmanâ€™s work follows the invisible energy paths connecting the dots between the observed, imagined and remembered.
Splash Series Oil on panel 24 x 24 in Retail value: $2,500 - Starting bid: $2,100
Based in Washington, D.C, Goslee has exhibited widely in commercial venues, universities, alternative art spaces and art fairs. Her work is included in the permanent collections of the US Embassy in Ethiopia, the US Embassy in Nepal, National Institutes of Health, the Childrenâ€™s National Medical Center, the Wilson Building (DC City Hall), the Union of Concerned Scientists, as well as many private collections. Her video art is featured in the textbook Art 101: Understanding Visual Images in Our World, and her paintings are included in the publications 100
Artists of Washington, DC and 100 Artists of the Mid-Atlantic. She has served on the board of directors for the Washington Arts Museum (WAM) and the District of Columbia Arts Center (DCAC), and the art advisory committee for International Arts & Artistsâ€™ Hillyer Art Space. She holds an MFA in painting from Catholic University and a BFA in graphic design from the University of Georgia. She has been awarded Visual Artist Fellowship grants from the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities in 2019, 2018, 2017 and 2009.
Moldering Acrylic on wood panel 48 in diameter Retail value: $6,000 - Starting bid price: $4,500
‘I will not make any more boring art’, is a print of John Baldessari’s work (1971) that welcomes me every morning in my studio, where The Good, The Bad and The Ugly of ordinary life, gets transformed into my alternative universe of drawings, paintings and sculptures. Architect, Artist and Furniture Designer. Marta’s work is always informed by her constant search for abstraction and techniques that reflect her varied professional background. Her drawings, paintings and sculptures invite us to have an
Beatrix Bookworms Series Mix media sculture 9 x 7 x 4 in Retail value: $500 - Starting bid: $350
alternative look at everyday life with humor. Marta transforms the ordinary nothingness into imaginative and colorful universes. She has exhibited in galleries and museums in the United States, Spain and Colombia. ‘Beatrix’ and ‘Jo’ are from the series Bookworms & ‘un Ratón de Biblioteca’ (as bookworms are called in Spanish). Inspired by literary artists, these wire and fiber sculptures comically recreate an imagined scenario where literature and art complement each other.
Jo Bookworms Series Mix media sculture 11 x 7 x 3 in Retail value: $500 - Starting bid: $350
A r i a n e H a fi z i
Ariane Hafizi was born in Colorado to an Iranian father and an Uruguayan mother. She passed away from breast cancer in 2015. BFA in 2004 from Parsons School of Design. Her work has been exhibit in Punta del Este, Uruguay in 2018, in 2019, the Juan Risso Gallery in Madrid presented a solo exhibition of her paintings. She currently has an on going solo at the IDB Staff Association Art Gallery, located in downtown DC.
Mixed media on paper 36 x 48 in Retail value: $700 - Starting bid: $500
GiclĂŠe print on archival paper Limited edition of 20 Retail value: $800 - Starting bid: $550
Elyse Harrison has been producing and exhibiting her inventive, pop surrealistic art primarily in the Washington, DC area since the mid 1970’s. Her w o r k i n c l u d e s b o t h fi n e a r t p a i n t i n g s a n d commercially commissioned site-specific murals. She is the recipient of four Individual Artist Grants from The Arts and Humanities Council of Montgomery County, Maryland and has produced ten murals for The Maryland State Arts Council’s Artists in Education Program. Her art has been re v i e w e d i n T h e Wa s h i n g t o n P o s t , T h e G a z e t t e
Secret Pool at Night Archival Giclée Print 17.25 x 13.25 in Retail value: $800 - Starting bid: $550
Newspapers, Modernism Magazine and The Baltimore City Paper. She was the owner operator of Gallery Neptune, a regional contemporary gallery from 2003-2010, and the owner-operator of Studio Neptune, an art education program from 1990-2017 both located in downtown Bethesda, Maryland. Upcoming exhibits include “Communicating Vessels”, a three-person exhibit curated by Claudia Rousseau, American University Museum at The Katzen Center, opening January 25, 2020.
Pools in Museum #one Archival Giclée Print 17.25 x 13.25 in Retail value: $800 - Starting bid: $550
Muriel Hasbun’s expertise as an artist and as an educator focuses on issues of cultural identity and memory, as well as on promoting cultural exchange. Hasbun is the recipient of numerous distinctions, including: Maryland State Arts Council Individual Artist Awards in Photography (2015 and 2012) and in Media (2008); the Howard Chapnick Grant and Smithsonian Artist Research Fellowship (2014), an AAM Museums Connect grant (2011-12); an Escuela de Bellas Artes Artist in Residence in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico (2010); the Corcoran’s Outstanding Creative Research Faculty Award (2007), and a Fulbright Scholar grant (2006- 08). Exhibition venues include: Centro Cultural de España in San Salvador (2015); Smithsonian American Art Museum (2013, 2011); Maier Museum of Art (2012); Light Work and Mexican Cultural Institute (2011); the MAC-Dallas and the Michael Mazzeo Gallery (2010); the American University Museum (2008); NYU’s
H e m i s p h e r i c I n s t i t u t e a t t h e C e n t ro C u l t u r a l Recoleta in Buenos Aires (2007); Museum of Photographic Arts in San Diego (2007); Houston’s FotoFest (2006), Corcoran Gallery of Art (2004); 50th Venice Biennale (2003); Centro de la Imagen in Mexico City (1999); and Musée de l’Arles Antique at t h e 2 9 è m e R e n c o n t re s I n t e r n a t i o n a l e s d e l a Photographie d’Arles (1998). Public collections include: Art Museum of the Americas, District of Columbia Art Bank, En Foco, Lehigh University, the Smithsonian American Art Museum and the Bibliothèque Nationale de France. Muriel Hasbun is Professor and Program Head of Photography at the Corcoran School of Arts and Design. She received a MFA in Photography (1989) from The George Washington University and an AB in French Literature (1983), cum laude, from Georgetown University.
Homage (Rothko and Ianelli), 2014.01.22 Archival pigment print 20 x 30 in Retail value: $2,500 - Starting bid: $1,750 Courtesy of the artist and Rofa Projects
Jeff Herrity is a ceramic artist and native Washingtonian. Jeff makes surrealist figurines that are created from vintage plaster molds of angels and other objects that he finds. His work is based on the memories of ceramic figures his mother made when he was younger. His surrealist figurines or ‘dolls’ have become popular collectible items. The series of dolls were first shown at the Hillyer Art Space in 2014, then the Fridge Gallery in 2015, and now at the Hirshhorn Gift Shop - they were sold to support the Marvelous Objects: Surrealist Sculpture from Paris to NY show.
College of Art + Design in 2012, and his Masters in Teaching in 2013. He is a former member of Flux Studios and Red Dirt Studio in Mt. Rainier, Md, part of the Gateway Arts District. In February of 2017 Jeff moved his studio to the District Clay Center. In 2018 Jeff built a studio in Lost River, West Virginia. Jeff’s work can be seen in galleries around the country and he has shown his work internationally. Jeff is a multi-year DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities Artist Fellow. His work has been purchased for ARTBANK - a program that puts art in government buildings.
Jeff graduated with his BFA from the Corcoran
Dolls 10 x 5 x 4 in average per doll Retail value: $900 - Starting bid: $750
Hester has exhibited her work both nationally and internationally. She has received honorary grants from the District of Columbia, from the Arts Council of Montgomery County, MD and from the Maryland State Arts Counsel. Hesterâ€™s commissioned works include a 2016 sculpture for Memorial Sloan Kettering In New York City and an 18-foot atrium piece for the Chicago Kent College of Law. Her work
Daily Drawing #25, 2018 Acrylic and gold lead on paper 15 x 11 in Retail value: $500 - Starting bid: $350
is represented in numerous private and corporate collections including the World Bank, Airbus, Capital One and the International Monetary Fund. She received her M.F.A. in painting from the University of Maryland, College Park, and a B.F.A. in painting from the University of Michigan. She is represented by Susan Eley Fine Art in New York City.
Daily Drawing #30, 2018 Acrylic and gold lead on paperl 15 x 11 in Retail value: $500 - Starting bid: $350
To m H i l l
I was born in Washington, DC and raised in Prince Georges County, Maryland. I attended the Maryland Institute, College of Art and the University of New Mexico, where I received a Bachelor’s degree with concentrations in art and architecture. Following school, I lived and worked in a variety of geographical locations before settling in New York City. I lived in New York for over 20 years, working as a fine artist and supporting myself through a variety of art-related jobs that included art handler, nightclub decorator, theatre set and prop designer, decorative and mural painter, graphic designer, and artist’s assistant. In 2001, I moved back to Washington, DC with my partner and have lived in the area since. My childhood in DC was infused with keen interest in the civil rights and anti-poverty movements, and, as a teenager, I became closely aligned with anti-war, feminist, and gay liberation activism. As an adult, I have had strong identification and ties with LGBT, reproductive rights, and HIV/AIDS activist movements.
I have been in long-term recovery from addiction since 1992. A major outgrowth of my recovery and activism involved the pursuit of a Masters in Social Work in community organizing from Hunter College in NYC, awarded in 1997. Since then, I have worked with grassroots community groups across the country to develop peer programs and advocacy agendas that promote recovery and battle discrimination. Since I have been in recovery, my work has evolved with newfound sense of purpose and focus, becoming more fused with my activist experience and more directly incorporating feminist and queer sensibilities. In my recent work, I have combined these overriding concerns with a love of paint and glitter, lurid colors, appropriated images, and accompanying text. I use painting to explore personal and political aspects of my life in a context of pop art and culture, creating works that are bold and serious with an edge of irony and humor.
Designs and Artifacts, 2019 Acrylic and glitter on wood panel 16 x 12 x 2 in Retail value: $600 - Starting bid: $450
Barbara Januzkiewicz recently had a review in the Washington post for her exhibition at the Atheneaum, her work explores and unfolds with references to abstract expressionism and the "color field" movement, also with music inspiration as her mass, color and movement. She has exhibited at The Phillips Collection and the Corcoran Gallery of Art to name a few.
Jacking Jack Flash Acrylic on paper Framed, 27 x 34 in Retail value: $3,600 - Starting bid: $2,500
Based in Washington, DC, Sally Kauffman exhibits
She is the recipient of an Arts & Humanities
locally in solo and group shows at the Studio
Fellowship from DCCAH, jurorâ€™s awards from Anne
Gallery, McLean Project for the Arts, Touchstone,
Reeve of Glenstone and Marybeth Kelley of the
Hillyer Art Space, Zenith, Joan Hisaoka Healing Arts
Hirschhorn, the Linda and Douglas Scholarship from
Center, DCAC, Studio 1469 and Target Gallery and
the Corcoran College of Art + Design and a merit-
her paintings are included in the DCCAH Art Bank
based artist grant from the Vermont Studio Center
and Schar Inova Cancer Institute Arts & Healing
Artist Residency program.
Meet Me in the Park Oil on canvas 5 x 15 inches Retail value: $400 - Starting bid: $300
Education 1974, MFA, University of North Carolina, Greensboro, NC 1971, BFA, California College of Arts and Crafts, Oakland, CA 1963, Pratt Institute, Brooklin, NY Selected Collections: Guggenheim Museum of Art, New York, NY Thomas Krens, WiIliamstown, MA
Horizons, 2018 Silkscreen 36 x 78 in Retail value: $2,700 - Starting bid: $1,900 Courtesy of the artist and Goya Contemporary Gallery
Maitre Emile Verbrueggen, Brussels, Belgium Ambassador Gerardo Bueno, Mexico, DF, Mexico IBM Corporation, Manassas, VA Oliver Carr Corporation, Washington, DC Sheppard & Enoch Pratt Coundation, Baltimore, MD Avalere Health Inc, Washington, DC Dr. Eduardo & Linda, Marban, Beverly Hills, CA DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities, Washington, DC American Society of Nephrology, Washington, DC US Department of State, Art Bank Program, Washington, DC
Horizons, 2018 Oil on canvas 36 x 78 in Retail value: $16,000 - Starting bid: $9,750 Courtesy of the artist and Goya Contemporary Gallery
Frida Larios is Indigenous Advisory Chair for INDIGO, the International Indigenous Design Network [at Deakin University, Australia and the ico-D, Canada], and a typo-graphic designer from El Salvador. She holds a Bachelors of Arts from University College Falmouth in England, and a Masters of Arts in Communication Design from Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design, University of the Arts London. While in London, the former Central American beach volleyball gold medallist taught at the London College of Fashion and Camberwell College of Arts. She is currently an Adjunct Professor at the University of the District of Columbia, design consultant and visual language facilitator in cultural typo/mytho/graphy for children, youth, designer and c u l t u r a l i n s t i t u t i o n s i n Wa s h i n g t o n D . C . a n d internationally. Larios is co-creator of the multi award-winning New Maya Language picto-glyphsand Animales Interiores
series based on the logographic principles of ancestral Maya hieroglyps. She has keynoted and exhibited at the American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center, Sign Design Awards gala ceremony in London, England; the Embassy of El Salvador in Paris, the Embassy of Mexico's Cultural Center in Guatemala, the Museo para la Identidad Nacional in Tegucigalpa, University College London, Canning House. the Embassy of El Salvador in London and Museo de Arte de El Salvador [MARTE]; and has had collective exhibitions at the American University Museum in Washington, Dongdaemun Design Park in Seoul (selection of 20, only Latin American), the University of Pretoria in South Africa (Mandela Poster Project selection of 95, National Taiwan University of the Arts in Taipei (International Indigenous Design Network, Mother Tongue selection), the Central Academy of Fine Arts Museum in Beijing (selection of 80, only Latin American); among others.
New Maya Language 100% hand-bound collectors piece, printed on Fabriano Rusticus 160 gsm, and translated in four languages: English, Spanish, Maya, and visually. Retail value: $650 - Starting bid: $450
Andrea Limauro (b. Rome, Italy) is a visual artist and city planner, who holds a BA in Politics and Sociology from Essex University, UK, a Graduate Diploma in International Development from the University of Padua, Italy and a Masters Degree in Urban Planning and Policy at the University of Illinois at Chicago. In his recent artwork, Limauro explores issues of m i g r a t i o n a n d m i g r a n t i d e n t i t y, n a t i o n a l i s t i c narratives, gun violence, Climate Change and other social topics. Limauro’s work has been exhibited throughout the Washington, DC area including at the I A & A H i l l y e r, To u c h s t o n e G a l l e r y, t h e A n n a p o l i s
Mini Red Sun on Sea, 2019 Gold leaf and carbolic on canvas 12 x 12 in Retail value: $650 - Starting bid: $450
Maritime Museum, the Arlington Art Center and the Northern Virginia Community College. His paintings have been featured in the Washington Project for the Arts annual auctions (2016, 2017, 2018, 2019), online auctions on Paddle8, in art publications in the USA, UK, and Italy and have been reviewed by the Washington Post and the Washington City Paper. Limauro serves as a Board Member of the non-profit art advocacy Washington Project for the Arts which has been advocating for the arts and artists in the DC metropolitan region since 1975. Currently, Andrea resides in the Washington, DC metro area
Burial Ground II Acrylic, metal leaf, gypsum plaster, paper collage, acrylic paint collage 36 x 48 in Retail value: $3,000 - Starting bid: $2,100
Megan Maher is a mixed media artist whose work explores the interactions between line, color, and materials. The squiggle is a recurring motif in her work. She was part of the Selfie: Me, Myself and Us exhibition at Flashpoint Gallery in DC. In 2017, she curated Finder Maker at Honfleur Gallery. Maher grew up in Kentucky and Indiana, enjoying both city and country life. She received her BFA from Indiana University and moved to Washington, DC, to earn
her MFA from American University. After graduating, she stayed in the DC area teaching and producing art. She has shown both inter nationally and nationally, including exhibits at Arlington Arts Center, McLean Project for the Arts and Centro Arti Visive and was a member of Sparkplug 4.0 Collective at the DC Arts Center. Past residencies have included the Vermont Studio Center, Haystack Mountain School of Arts and Crafts and Chautauqua School of Art.
Exhale, 2018 Acrylic and pencils on panel 6 x 24 in $475 Retail value: $475 - Starting bid: $350
J Margulis was born in Caracas, Venezuela in 1970. He studied photography in college before working for his family’s digital printing business. Combining these two skills with his interest in sculpture, Margulis began making works in dialogue with the artists Jesús Rafael Soto and Naum Gabo. Margulis works predominantly in the medium of Geometric 3D Sculpture, Mixed media, and Photography. Margulis completed advanced courses in photography and master B&W lab work under Ricardo Ferreira at Instituto Neumann in Caracas, Venezuela from 1986 to 1990. Margulis also holds a BA in Management from Universidad Metropolitana in Caracas completed in1994.
Margulis is a contemporary Venezuelan artist whose work explores the boundaries between two and three dimensional space. Utilizing photography, digital printing, and acrylic sheets, Margulis creates illusionistic works in which volume, space, and light seem to shift before your eyes. “I treat my threed i m e n s i o n a l p i e c e s a s l i g h t t r a p s o r s e c re t blueprints, in which by controlling the placement of its components, I’m able to create intriguing 3-D containers,” he explained. “Their designs are then fully revealed by applying or pouring light into them. In a sense, light becomes the ink that reveals the design by following a 3-D template.” Born in 1970 in Caracas, Venezuela, The artist currently lives and works in Miami, FL.
Ocean Moons, 2018 Methacrylate on aluminum composite 24 × 24 × 3 in Retail value: $6,000 - Starting bid: $4,000
Courtesy of Rofa Projects
Born in 1980 in Bucaramanga, Colombia, Architect and Colombian artist. Guillermo Marconi studied architecture at the National University of Colombia, He lives and works in Bogotá where exercises architecture and developed his artistic work in the field of objects and installations. Identified with “low high tech development” and DIY methods, he works with interventions that involve electro mechanic artifacts, exploring the transversal relations between the mass media, the access to information, shared knowledge and the new ways is being used. The architectural vision that characterizes his work, fases the spectator with structures filled with tension, they are are reflection of the spaces and objects that inhabit them. We specifically find juxtapositions between nature and technology in scenarios where both elements analyze their sense of belonging. This fictitious spaces serve as examples for different realities in which we live in and that are, at last human constructions.
And in this case, it also adds a political element. We see four boxes of light echoes with a border that separates them. He asks himself how we see the spaces, how we configure them, how we modify them, based on which side we are on.It also includes an additional element; two countries, with two colors in common: white and red, and two others that differentiate them: blue and green. Winner of the second mention of the OMA award in the International Art Fair of Bogota, ARTBO (2015); one of the winners for the open call “Gabinete” at FLORA are + natura (2014); He participated in the Artecámara pavilion in the seventh edition of the International Art Fair of Bogota, ARTBO (2011); Winner of the distrital stimuli program for the alternate room in the Santa Fé Gallery, Bogotá (2010).
Alternative borders #1, 2018 Neon light, mirror and wood 23 3/5 × 7 9/10 × 9 4/5 in Retail value: $5,000 - Starting bid: $2.900 Courtesy of Rofa Projects
Colombian-born and naturalized American citizen, has exhibited her work nationally and internationally for the last 20 years. Her work is part of national and international collections and has been reviewed in publications in South America, Europe and the US. Mayorgaâ€™s artwork addresses issues of social and political content. Comments on migration, conflict, identity, translate into multimedia projects and Twodimensional media in the form of painting, drawing and photography.
Recent exhibitions include her first solo museum show at the Art Museum of the Americas of the Organization of American States, February-May, 2019, participation in Sound Scene,DC at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden and performances in BogotĂĄ and Bucaramanga, Colombia. Some of the works included in VIDART 2019 are part of the ongoing series Recorridos in Pink.
Mountain Girl Ink, colored pencil, collage on paper 24 x 18 in Retail value: $850 - Starting Bid: $600
Life of a Fly Colored pencil on paper 18 x 24 in Retail value: $850 - Starting Bid: $595
Mountain Life Sculpture: wood block and collaged paper 13 x 7 x 3 in Retail value: $950 - Starting Bid: $670
Art, for me, is an endless exploration combining traditional mediums with emotional and psychological content of subject matter. My e x p l o r a t i o n t a k e s m a n y f o r m s r a n g i n g f ro m portraiture to landscape. I render imagery a c a d e m i c a l l y f ro m l i f e a s w e l l a s f ro m m y imagination. I find that both approaches fulfill my need to create. The traditional mediums of oil paint, graphite, charcoal, conte and clay provide me with
Rapids, 2019 Charcoal on archival board 12 x 14 in Retail value: $1,100 - Starting bid: $800
endless challenges and vocabulary. As a painter, I am most attracted to times of day that express change and to portraits that attempt to capture someone expressing their humanity. I also am drawn to landscapes that evoke a sense of biological memory. Itâ€™s my hope that these pieces evoke an individualâ€™s interpretation, enabling them to create their own experience, feeling, and meaning of my work.
Oxen Cove, Bald Eagles and Egrets at Dusk, 2019 Charcoal on archival board 12 x 14 in Retail value: $1,100 - Starting bid: $800
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Ana De Orbegoso, (Lima, Peru, 1965) is an interdisciplinary visual artist and experimental video artist. Works between New York and Lima. Her artistic practice explores different aspects of identity through the use of popular iconography. Its objective is to confront the viewer with a mirror in order to awaken memory. Ana has received a fellowship from the New York Foundation for the Arts in Photography and a grant from the National Association of Latino Arts & Culture in 2008; was selected for Descubrimientos PhotoEspaña 07 / 09 and for the I Biennial of Lima, Peru; received the 1st Prize at the I National Photography Salon of the ICPNA 2006 in Lima, Peru and the Focus On New Works Award in New York in
2002. She was a finalist in the National Competition of Women Artists in USA of the Air Gallery in New York in 1993 and in The Best Photography Annual of the Photographer's Forum, (1993) among others. Her work is in the collection of the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington DC; Fine Arts Museum of Houston; Art Museum of San Marcos, Lima; Lehigh University, Pennsylvania; MALI Museum of Art of Lima; Institute of Photographic Art of Lima; ICPNA Instituto Peruano Norteamericano de Lima; Gorman Museum UC Davies, Bellarmine University, Violy McCausland Collection, Joaquim Paiv Collection - Museum of Modern Art of Rio de Janeiro, and Alejandro Castaño Collection, among others.
Neo Huaco, 2019 Resin 9 2/5 x 4 7/10 x 3 9/10 Retail value: $1,500 - Starting bid: $800
Neo Huaco, 2019 Resin 9 2/5 x 4 7/10 x 3 9/10 Retail value: $1,500 - Starting bid: $800
Courtesy of Rofa Projects
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John Paradiso earned a BFA at the State University of New York (Purchase) and his MFA at the State University of New York (Buffalo). He is a mixed media artist and describes his work as metaphorical and based upon such issues as identity, sexuality, health, and love. He has work in private and public collections including the Kinsey Institute, the Leslie Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art, Stamp Collection at the University of Maryland, College Park, and a portfolio of seven photographs in the National Picture Collection at the Library of Congress, (AIDS portfolio) John has served as a health educator and caregiver in the HIV/AIDS community for over twenty years
where he developed educational programs and provided peer-based counseling. More recently he was a an Artist-in-Residence at the Washington Hospital Center working with adult cancer patients, their families and caregivers. For the last 12 years John worked as the Gateway Community Development Corporation's, Curator of Programs at the 39th Street Gallery, Gateway Arts Center and is currently the lead Art Consultant for Landex Development,LLC with their new Studio 3807 mixed use property, and the Resident Artist/ Curator at Portico Gallery and Studios, Brentwood, MD.
Soft Masculine Pride Found image and crochet doily with Martha Stewart Craft paper on wood panel 8' x 10" x 1" Retail value: $400 - Starting bid: $280
Javier Pelรกez is an artist focused mainly on painting and drawing. His work explores the limits of reality and its representation. Considering the procedural and semantic possibilities of the medium to reconfigure elements of reality, presenting them in a field in which they become uncertain and oscillate between figuration and abstraction. He studied architecture at La Salle University, Mexico City), left them to devote himself to painting. His work has been presented individually and collectively in exhibitions, biennials, auctions and fairs, both inside and outside the country, including solo exhibitions at Drexel Gallery, in Monterrey Mexico; the Queretaro Museum of Art, Toca Gallery
Pliegue 5 (Sadteeth), 2019 Oil on paper in acrilyc box 15 7/10 x 11 4/5 x 2 in Retail value: $2,400 - Starting bid:1,500
Courtesy of Rofa Projects
in Mexico City. Some of his most relevant exhibitions has been at the participation at the XVI Rufino Tamayo Biennial in Oaxaca Contemporary Art Museum, 6th CODET Foundation Biennial, at the Centro Cultural Tijuana-CECUT, Tijuana, MX; 6th Miradas Biennial of the Codet Foundation; Pacific Standard Time: LA / LA, as part of the initiative of The Getty initiative in Santa Monica; Museum of the Chancellery, Mexico City and the Embassy of Mexico in Berlin. His work is part of the Racks Collection, the Milenio Collection and the Museum of the Chancellery in Mexico City.
Pliegue 6 (Sadteeth), 2019 Oil on paper in acrilyc box 15 7/10 x 11 4/5 x 2 in Retail value: $2,400 - Starting bid:1,500 Courtesy of Rofa Projects
Alejandro Pintado, born in 1973 in Mexico City and currently residing and working in Washington DC, has been working professionally as an artist for more than a decade. In Pintado’s works the presence of nature in contrast to the artificiality is somewhat ambiguous, it is not clear if the landscape dominates the artificiality or if it is nature that has invaded these built spaces. Select solo exhibitions include Medición del vacío ( Va c u u m M e a s u re ) , M o n t e r re y, M e x i c o ( 2 0 1 3 ) ; Trayectoria del conocimiento (Path of Knowledge), dialogue with José María Velasco, National Museum of Art (MUNAL) Mexico City (2012); Incisión al romanticismo INSICION to Romanticism) Expanded painting at the National Museum of San Carlos Mexico City (2012); Contemplación del modernismo
(Contemplating Moder nism), MUSAS Museum, Sonora, Mexico (2011); Art Project, Pinta Art Fair; curated by Pablo León de la Barra, London (2011); The Planning of Randomness, Post Box Gallery, London (2010); Volcanes, cables, ahuehuetes, lonas, Vistas desde el romanticismo, (Volcanoes, Cables, Ahuehuetes, Canvas, Views from Romanticism). Mexico City (2010). Select group exhibitions include in Italy, Mexico, London, Berlin, LA; part of the Landscape interventions, I International Moscow Biennial for Young Art, Moscow Museum of Modern Art (2008). Public Collections: Phillips Collection, Washington DC, USA, Cuervo Foundation Collection. Mexico, Collection of the Museum Arocena, Mexico, Grupo FEMSA, Mexico, Elgin Community Center, USA, Grupo Pulsar, Mexico, Berenberg Bank, Germany.
Faraday’s Study, 2016 Charcoal and acrylic on linen 29 1/2 × 39 2/5 in Retail value: $4,500 - Starting bid:2,700
Atmospheric Vision 11/20, 2018 Laser cut and acrylic on metal 27 3/5 × 13 × 1 1/5 in Retail value: $2,500 - Starting bid: 1,700
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Dulce Pinzón was born in Mexico City in 1974. She studied Mass Media Communications at the Universidad de Las Americas in Puebla Mexico and Photography at Indiana University in Pennsylvania. In 1995 she moved to New York where she studied at The International Center of Photography. Her work has been published and collected internationally. In 2001 her photos were used for the cover of a publication of Howard Zinn’s book “A People’s History of the United States”. In 2002 Dulce won the prestigious Jovenes Creadores/FONCA grant in Mexico for her work. In 2006 she won an H o n o r i fi c M e n t i o n i n t h e S a n t a F e p r o j e c t competition and she won the 12th edition of the Mexican Biennial of El Centro de La Imagen. Dulce was a 2006 fellow in Photography from the New York Foundation for the Arts and a 2007 for the Bronx Museum program Artist in the Market Place and a Ford Foundation grantee in 2008.
Dulce won The Gaea Foundation/Sea Change Residencies Award in 2010 and in 2011 the PERRIER acquisition price in Zona Maco Mexico. In 2012 she was invited to take part at the renowned photography festival 'Les Rencontres D’Arles Photographie' in France, this participation gave her a nomination for the prestigious Prix Pictet; the same year she got a honorific mention at the 10th edition of the FEMSA biennial. Her book “The real story of The Superheroes ” was published in 2012 in 3 languages: English, Spanish and French by Editorial RM with the support of the Cultural Co-inversion program of FONCA. Dulce is currently a recipient of Mexico’s prestigious Endowment Of the Arts SNCA/ FONCA fellowship (2014-2017) Dulce lives and works between Mexico and New York.
JOSE ROSENDO DE JESUS from the State of Guerrero, Mexico works as a union organizer in New York. He sends $700 a month. 20 x 24 in Limited edition of 5 signed and numbered photographs + 2 artist prints i Retail value each: $3,000 - Starting bid each: $2,100 Courtesy of Alida Anderson Art Projects
Maryanne Pollock received her BFA from Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia and Rome, Italy. She continued studying at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, the Corcoran College of Art and Design and American University. She represented the United States in a contextual exhibition at the 54th Venice Biennale, at the Arts in Embassies Program in Egypt, and had solo exhibitions in Paris, Glasgow, Basel, and Cairo. Publications include Home and Design, Luxe, Traditional Home, Professional Artist (cover), and the Washington Post. Sizable collections of her work
The Melbourne Mixed media on paper 22 x 30 in Retail value: $2,400 - Starting bid : $1,700
include Marriott Marquis DC, Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher, Inova Schar Cancer Institute, Qatar Foundation and the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities. Recent exhibitions include solos at Delaware Contemporary Museum and the McLean Project for the Arts that was reviewed in the Washington Post. Two paintings were selected by Jennifer Farrell, curator from the Metropolitan Museum of Art at Silvermine Arts Center in New Canaan, CT this spring.
Ode to Richard Pousette Dart Mixed media on paper 22 x 30 in Retail value: $2,400 - Starting bid : $1,700
Alison Rash is a Los Angeles trained artist who grew up in rural Nebraska and recently relocated to Lincoln NE. Rash earned an MFA from Claremont Graduate University with a concentration in Painting, an MA in Education from Pepperdine University Graduate School of Education and Psychology and a BA in Art from Pepperdine University. Her current body of work explores the idea of absence and the relationship between compulsive and impulsive mark-making. Her work occupies the intersection among order, coincidence and manipulation. The paintings, while appearing physical, are very light in paint application. Rash has exhibited in Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco, San Diego, Dallas and
Beauty from Ashes, from cancer series Acrylic on Yupo paper mounted to board 6 x 8 in Retail value: $400 - Starting bid: $300 Courtesy of Ada Rose Gallery
Washington D.C. as well as internationally in Paris, France; Venice, Italy and Tokyo, Japan. She has shown with the Adah Rose Gallery since 2011. EDUCATION M.F.A. Studio Art, Research Interest â€“ Painting and Drawing, 2010 Claremont Graduate University, Claremont, California B.A. Art, Cum Laude, 2001, Pepperdine University â€“ Seaver College, Malibu, California Intensive Art Study, 2001, Studio Art Centers International, Florence, Italy
34C_BfromA_DC, 2018 Acrylic on Yupo paper mounted to board 20 x 26 in Retail value: $2,000 - Starting bid: $1,400 Courtesy of Ada Rose Gallery
Mojdeh Rezaeipour is an Iranian American artist and storyteller based in Washington DC. Her organic mixed media works and installations explore hyphenated identity and belonging, as well as the intersections of our collective striving for healing and transformation. After completing her architectural studies at UC Berkeley, Mojdeh’s involvement in art and design has taken her to San Francisco, New Yo r k , L o s A n g e l e s , R o m e , To k y o a n d B e r l i n , w he re s he s pe nt t he s um m e r o f 2 0 1 8 o n a n a rt s
fellowship awarded by The Studio Visit. Her exhibitions locally and internationally have been featured in publications such as The Rib, DIRT, So To Speak, and The Washington Post. Her stories have aired on The Moth Radio Hour on NPR and she a l s o s e r v e d a s T h e M o t h ’s Wa s h i n g t o n D C StorySlam Producer from 2015-2018. Mojdeh’s work is privately collected worldwide and several of her works were recently acquired for the permanent collection at Eaton Workshop (DC).
Part 1: Pause (2017) Acrylic, paper, pigmented beeswax and pyrography on wood Retail value: $4,000 - Starting bid: $2,800
Roberta Rocha is a Brazilian plastic artist, with a BA in Architecture, Urbanism and Journalism and a Master’s degree in Social Communication Studies from the University of Brasília. Her first artistic insights are associated with her visit, as a child, to the architectural ensemble of Pampulha, a modern urban project in Belo Horizonte, the Brazilian city in which she was born. During that visit to Pampulha, she concluded that art would be a relevant part of her life. She spent most of her life in Brasilia. The contrasts between the modern city architecture and the austerity of the Cerrado (savannah) influenced her artistic outlook from the beginning. She would walk through the Cerrado area searching for sticks, stones and small objects, spending hours creating small statues and fixtures with such materials. This habit continues since now wherever she may be. The two Works (Femina Flux 5 and Femina Flux 16), exhibited by VIDART, are part of a series called “The Feminine: The Fan and the ‘I’ that Commands It”. To create these pieces, Roberta meditated on the memories of so many women that came before her. Women in her own family. Women she has only read about. Stories of resistance, of faltering. Stories of war and of peace. Love stories. In search of a way to ex p re s s h e r re fl e c t i o n s i n a v i s u a l l a n g u a g e , s h e
Femina Flux 5 Colored varnish, gold and silver leaves on glass 12 x 12 x 15 in Retail value: $1,288 - Starting Bid: $700
experienced a creative and alchemic process in its various phases: precipitation, ebullition, dissipation, condensation, expansion. The result was the integration of emotions and physical materials. Shapes were recreated, reproducing aspects of life and nature. Everything spreads out as water moving with wind upon the surface of the glass. The internal “I” can be seen in the mirror. It can see its own colors in connection with nature, therein discovering its similarities. Her works are featured in private collections, in Brazil and other countries of the Americas. She is very proud to have been invited by the Brazilian Master Lívio Abramo, at a young age, to participate in the collective “Painters of Brasilia”, at the Centro de Estudos Brasileiros, in Asuncion, Paraguay. She has participated in collective exhibits in Brazil, Mexico, Spain and Uruguay. Her work has been shown in individual exhibits in the Gallery of the Central Bank of Brazil and the National Postal Museum, in the gallery of the Caixa Econômica Federal in Brasilia, as well as in the Art Gallery of the Biblioteca Nacional in Uruguay. She currently resides in Washington, D.C.
Femina Flux 16 Colored varnish, gold and silver leaves on glass 12 x 12 x 15 in Retail value: $1,288 - Starting Bid: $700 Photos: Chad Wyatt
Soledad Salamé, American, born in Santiago, Chile in 1954, currently lives and works in Baltimore, Maryland. From 1973 to 1983 Salamé lived in Venezuela. At this time she was exposed to the rainforest, a pivotal experience in her artistic development which continues to be a source of inspiration. As an interdisciplinary artist Salamé creates work that originates from extensive research of specific topics. In pursuit of intensive research, Salamé has since traveled widely in the Americas, Europe and Antarctica. Among her most noteworthy exhibitions are “Where Do you Live? 3000 Miles of Maryland Coast,” The Contemporary Museum, Baltimore MD; “Aguas Vivas” and the “Labyrynth Of Solitude,” Museum of Fine Arts, Santiago, Chile; “Latin American Still Life, Reflections of Time and Place,” Katonah Museum of Art, Westchester, NY and the traveling exhibition “Latin American Women A r t i s t s , 1 9 1 5 - 1 9 9 5 , ” w h i c h a p p e a re d a t t h e Milwaukee Museum of Art, Denver Museum of Art,
Phoenix Museum of Art, Miami Art Museum, and National Museum of Women in The Arts, Wa s h i n g t o n , D C . S o l e d a d S a l a m é ’s w o r k i s represented in private and public collections throughout the world, including those of the N a t i o n a l M u s e u m o f Wo m e n i n t h e A r t s i n Washington, DC; The Baltimore Museum of Art, in Baltimore, MD; and the University of Essex, UK. Her work is included in Contemporary Museum: 20 years, by Irene Hoffman (2011), The St. James Guide to Hispanic Artists, by Thomas Riggs (2002), Latin American Women Artists of the United States, by Robert Henkes (1999), and Latin American Art in the Twentieth Century, by Edward J. Sullivan (1996). As founder and director of Sol Print Studios, she is an active member of the Baltimore Arts Community. She mentors professional artists and teachers, teaches print workshops for all levels and donates services to nonprofit organizations providing after school arts programs.
Cloud Map, 2007, AP 5 of 10 Etching and chine collé, framed 30 x 40 3-4 in Retail value: $2,800 - Starting bid : $2,000 Courtesy of the artist and Goya Contemporary Gallery
Rachel Schmidt is an installation artist based in the Washington, DC region. She uses time-based media and installation to explore urbanization and its impact on ecosystems, future landscapes, and the roll that myth plays in our understanding of the environment. Rachel received her MFA from the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore before moving to Warsaw, Poland for a year of artistic research. From 2012-2016 Rachel worked as an
Exhibition Coordinator at the Smithsonian Hirshhorn Museum and has been an artist in residence at the Arlington Arts Center, Taipei Artist Village, Vermont Studio Center, and the Taller Portobelo Norte in Panama. She has exhibited throughout the US and Internationally, and has been reviewed in Sculpture Magazine, Washington Post, and numerous other print and online publications.
3 Way Ink, watercolor, collage on paper 20 x 26 in Retail value: $1,000 - Starting Bid: $700
Washington, DC artist Betsy Stewart creates paintings of nature that represent origins of life from a drop of water to systems in the cosmos. Her work is exhibited nationally and internationally. Stewart’s recent solo and group exhibitions include: • “Duality of Art + Science”, American Association for the Advancement of Science, Washington, DC • “Momentum”, SPACE Gallery, Denver, CO. • Etra Fine Art, Miami, FL. • Lithuanian Embassy, Warsaw, Poland •
Natos No.9, 2017 Acrylic and graphite on canvas 16 x 16 in Retail value: $2,500 - Starting bid: $1,750
• “The Whole Drum Will Sound”, Ogden Museum, New Orleans, LA. Stewart’s paintings are represented, among others, in the permanent collections of the Kreeger Museum, Ogden Museum of Southern Art, American University Art Museum, Bellagio Hotel, Embassy of Finland, Washington Convention Center, World Bank Headquarters, the American Embassies in Barbados and Karachi, as well as numerous medical centers and hospitals in the United States.
Winter Pond Sequence, 1999 Acrylic with mix media on wood panel 131 x 124 in Retail value: $2,200 - Starting bid: $1,550
T i m Ta t e
Tim Tate is Co-Founder of the Washington Glass School and Studio. Tim’s work is in the permanent collections of a number of museums, including the Smithsonian's American Art Museum and the Mint Museum. He is the subject of several articles in American Style, American Craft, and Sculpture magazines, as well as the Washington Post and Times newspaper reviews. He was also the 2010 recipient of the $35,000 Virginia Groot Foundation award for sculpture.
He taught in Istanbul in August 2007 and at Penland School on several occasions. In 2009 he received an award from the Museum of American Glass in New Jersey as one of the “Rising Stars of the 21st Century”. He received his Fulbright Award from Sunderland University in England in 2012. He is also the founder of “Glass Secessionism”. Tim shows his work at numerous International Art Fairs, such as ArtBasel Switzerland, Art Miami, SOFA and Frieze, London.
Submergence Cast poly-vitro 18 x 18 in Retail value: $600 - Starting bid: $500
Fabian Ugalde (Querétaro, México, 1967) after having studied at La Esmeralda (INBA), Ugalde showcases his paintings in different museums, cultural spaces and university forums both in Mexico and Europe, Asia and South Africa. His work has been recognized with awards such as first place in acquisition at X bienal de Pintura Rufino Tamayo (2000), first place in acquisition at 3er. Salón de Octubre, Great Prize Omnilife (2001) and second place at 3er Concurso de Instalación Ex Teresa Arte Actual. His work has been granted support by the ministry of exterior relationships and the French ministry of culture. In 2001 he received the PollockKrasner Foundation scholarship in N.Y.; in 1999 he won the young creators scholarship of the FONCA. In recent years, Fabian gives courses in bidimensional production, sculpture and engraving at the National school of painting, La Esmeralda in México, where he resides. The biggest challenge for an artist of Ugalde´s generation, who initiated his career at the end of the XX century not only consists in afírmate a distinctive proposal in times where globalization has
homogenized the cultural identities in the artistic world, but to conquer the “peripheral” condition of Mexico against the “center” governed by Europe and USA, gained by international art fairs, and these in turn sustained by Neo and post constructs and theories. Hence that the questioning of factors by which some of the works of art of the second half of the XX century acquire an iconic character, had been assumed by Ugalde as the central matter of his work, and, in a certain way by his generation. Some of the works of art that entered to the museum in the last decades of the XX century, and that where recorded in the collective memory for its media attraction, are for Ugalde signs of his time, j u s t a s t h e m e c h a n i s m s o f t h e o f fi c i a l t a s t e configuration that characterizes his historical moment; in the same way that the works of Michelangelo, Da Vinci and Raphael were the paragons of the Italian renaissance and this at its time configured the western world back then. However, given that most of the art works that Ugalde “puts in evidence” where already criticized as banalities of the consumerism society, his own criticism would be redundant.
Expanded Warhol (PINK), 2016 Ink injection on canvas 54 3/10 × 54 3/10 in Retail value: $7,000 - Starting Bid: $5,000 Courtesy of Rofa Projects
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Patricia Underwood is a Washington-based artist with a studio in Castleton, VA who works in mixed media printmaking, utilizing paper, wood and plexi glass surfaces. Emplying novel materials and her own unique language of symbols, she creates evocative, complex and richly textured works. Underwood obtained a BFA from Miami University, O x f o r d , O H , a n d a n M FA f r o m Wa s h i n g t o n University, St Louis, MO. She has taught drawing, printmaking, visual foundations and color theory at several schools, including the Maryland Institute,
Rythm #2 Linocut mixed media on wood veneer 7 x 18 in Retail value: $1,200 - Starting bid: 850
College of Art, Baltimore, MD. After studying the Japanese language, she began to interpret music as a universal language through her own visual calligraphy, which finds its way into almost all of her work. She has exhibited nationally and internationally, at venues including the Corcoran Museum and two solo shows in Warsaw in 2007. Her work is included in numerous private collections as well as the Artist's Book Collection of the National Museum for Women in the Arts, Washington, DC. and several other institutional collections.
Rythm #5 Linocut mixed media on wood veneer 7 x 18 in Retail value: $1,200 - Starting bid: 850
Marité Vidales was born in Costa Rica and graduated from the School of Fine Arts of the University of Costa Rica. For over 25 years, Marité has exhibited throughout United States, Costa Rica, Germany, and Peru. Her work reflects a passion for symbols and colors. Her home studio is in Washington DC, where she also teaches art.
The painting for auction is part of the Huaca series that incorporates icons of ancient civilizations of Peru – the telluric colors of earthen ceramics, the geometric designs of hand-colored textiles, and the stone blocks of ceremonial centers.
Cuzco-Aurora Acrylic on canvas 18 x 24 in Retail value: $1,000 - Starting bid $700
Mary Welch Higgins
Born and raised in Washington DC to family of artists and collectors. Currently residing in Northern Virginia. She holds an MA from the Virginia Information Technologies, George Mason University, 1995, and a BFA in Fine Arts from the Corcoran School of Art, Washington DC, 1986 “Drawing is my writing. My way of recording of thoughts and impressions that lead to other thoughts and impressions – possibly sculptures or paintings. Art and books and history have been part of my life as long as I can remember. First memories include a
Manuscript # 2 Graphite and color pencil on archival paper, framed 9 x 12 in Retail value: $400 - Starting Bid: $300
reproduction of Van Gogh’s peasant that hung in my grandfather’s study in Chevy Chase DC. A strong presence stared out at me. Inviting me to converse and join the creative journey – the artists life. Early trips to the National Gallery of Art, the Museum of American Art and later the Hirshhorn informed my world and became an integral part of my creative DNA. In the past few years, this engagement with history, books and records have become an active and more conscious part of my creative work. Journals, stories of artists but also the physical mark that on paper that expresses and emotion and communicates to the viewer.”
Manuscript # 3 Graphite and color pencil on archival paper, framed 9 x 12 in Retail value: $400 - Starting Bid: $300
Alice Whealin is a visual artist in Arlington, Virginia, USA. Whealin’s artworks have been included in museum exhibitions at the Museo Della Carta in Fabriano, Italy, the American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center, Washington, DC and the staff exhibitions at The Phillips Collection, Washington, DC. Museum collections that own her artwork include the Museo Della Carta in Fabriano, Italy. Alice Whealin’s artworks have been selected for numerous exhibitions at galleries both nationally and in the DC metro area, including three group exhibitions at The Painting Center, NY., the Charles Krause/Reporting Fine Art, DC, a three person at the Robert Brown Gallery, DC, a three person at the Howard County Fine and Performing Arts Center, MD, the Kathleen Ewing Gallery, Washington, DC, the Washington Project for the Arts, DC, and the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, DC. Whealin has held solo exhibitions at the Arlington Arts Center, VA, at George Mason University, VA, at the Mezz Gallery@Artisphere, VA and at the McLean Project for the Arts, VA. Her artworks has been exhibited by many commercial, academic, non-profit
Third Pattern #8, 2016 Ink on birch.Cradled panel 24 x 18 x 7/8 in Retail value: $1,000 - Starting Bid: $700
and alternative exhibition spaces. The Science Center’s Esther M. Klein Art Gallery and the GrizzlyGrizzly art gallery, Philadelphia, PA , VisArts, Rockville, MD and the Wethersfield Art Academy, Wethersfield, CT and the Daingerfield Art Gallery, Alexandria, VA have curated group shows with her artworks. Whealin was awarded a studio artist residency fellowship at the Arlington Arts Center, VA from 2011 through 2016. She received a Juror’s Award in 2018 for her artwork at the McLean Project for the Arts, VA. Alice Whealin holds a B.A. in Art from Rowan University, NJ. She was awarded a teaching fellowship to the MFA sculpture program for The School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA with Tufts University, Medford, MA. She completed a two year bronze-casting apprenticeship to The Johnson Atelier Technical Institute of Sculpture, Princeton, NJ on a work grant and holds a Certificate in Structures. Whealin maintains her studio in Arlington, Virginia.
Panel #5, 2019 Ink on birch.Cradled panel 12 x 12 x 7/8 in Retail value: $600 - Starting Bid: $420
Josh Whipkey (b. 1975, Connellsville, PA), artist/ maker, received his BFA from Seton Hill University (1997) and his MFA from the Pennsylvania State University (2004). Josh has been living and working in and around of the DC metropolitan area for the last 10 years in various creative roles, and has recently been exhibiting his art work throughout the Maryland, Virginia, D.C. area. He is currently working as a project manager for a small custom build company in Warrenton, VA. Prior to that, Josh ran his own custom furniture company and was an exhibitions designer/installer at the Wexner Center for the Arts, Columbus, OH. In 2016, Josh co-founded with fellow DC artists and academics, Maria Ba r b o s a , N i k k i B r u g n o l i , a n d H e l e n F re d e r i c k a
traveling artist group called The Portable Art Museum. His latest show was a one-man exhibition at the Seton Hill University, Greensburg, PA; Anxiety/ Agency; May 23-June 23, 2018 Whipkey was an Artist in Residence Feb. 26-March 4, 2018 at the Westmoreland County Community College, Youngwood, PA. Whipkeyâ€™s work is included in many private collections across the United States, as well as the INOVA Hospital of Fairfax Public Collection.
Untitled Abstraction, 2019 Acrylic and spray painter on copper and wood 6 1/4 x 7 1/4 x 21/4 in Retail value: $1,000 each- Starting bid: $700 each
Inspired by sacred geometry, Jordann Wine draws on classical forms and patterns in her work to reference mathematical concepts that reflect the wonders of the universe. Working with the golden ratio, fractals, and gradients these geometric abstract paintings, drawings and murals connect to notions of deep space in time, as well as deep space found in meditation. Floating, falling, fading and unfolding patterns of triangles and circles mesmerize the viewer, evoking contemplation of the infinite. Seeking order out of chaos, and interrupting rigidity of order with slight imperfections in the repetition is central to the meditative nature of her practice and to the solace it intends to bring out in the hand-drawn imagery. Along with her work in drawings, paintings and murals, Jordann has evolved her practice by introducing glitter. Glitter, commonly dismissed as an ordinary craft material, is elevated to a painterly standard as she foregrounds the material’s inherent qualities of holding and releasing light. Making use of the medium’s full range of iridescent, opaque, and translucent color qualities, she transforms the childish or garish reputation of glitter into a reflective cosmic field. Reflective surfaces instinctually remind people of water, the element most critical to survival.
Glitter’s shimmering surfaces, reminiscent of light hitting water, attracts the viewer into the work, evoking the appeal of both the movement of water as flow and the introspective quality of water as stillness. She holds a Bachelor of Arts from New York University; where she studied Sustainable Entrepreneurship in the Gallatin School of Individualized Study and minored in Studio Art. She continued her education at the Aegean Center for Fine Arts in Paros, Greece. Currently, based in Washington, DC, she has had solo exhibitions at Honfleur Gallery, George Mason University, and Strathmore Arts Center, as well as many national and international group exhibitions. She has murals throughout DC, Maryland, New York and Jamaica, working with among others: the DC Commission of Arts and Humanities, POW! WOW! DC, Conrad Hotel, lululemon, and JBG. Her work has been purchased for private collections, including recent acquisitions for the permanent collections of DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities Art Bank, L o c k h e e d M a r t i n , F a i r m o n t H o t e l , M o n t e fi o re Hospital, and Booz Allen Hamilton. She was a 2019 recipient of the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities Artist Fellowship grant.
Collision 2 Glitter and adhesive on wood panel 20 x 20 in Retail value: $500 - Starting bid: $350
We w o u l d l i k e t o g r a t e f u l l y a c k n o w l e d g e v a r i o u s p e o p l e , organizations and galleries whose collaboration made V I D A RT p o s s i b l e : Nueva Vida’s Board of Directors Adriana Arizpe Margarita Benitez Claudia Campos Minerva Campos Lidia Carnota Maria Carvalho Irene Clouthier Gloria Elliot Francisco Gonzalez-Cos Elmer Huerta Astrid Jimenez Teresa Modrono Shanti Norris Lourdes Sleem
VIDART Curators: Irene Clouthier & Shanti Norris VIDART catalogue designer: Maria Carvalho Ada Rose Gallery, Kensigton, Maryland Alida Anderson Art Projects, Washington, DC Glim Art Gallery, Sinaloa, Mexico Goya Contemporary, Baltimore, Maryland Kopeikin Gallery, Los Angeles, California Rofa Projects, Potomac, Maryland Assistant Professor Emma Balazs George Mason University’s Art Management Program Kelsey Coles Kendall Chandler
Nueva Vida Team Sara Asad Claudia Campos Galván Wendy Hernandez Astrid Jimenez Laura Logie Ana Quijada Sandra Villa de Leon
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