"Confluence #4" - 36 " x 36"
Encaustic, oil, aluminum and glass on braced birch
featured in the LIVE MassArt Benefit Auction 2010
I am extremely honored to announce that my work has, once again, been selected for the prestigious MassArt Benefit Art Auction taking place in Boston this Spring.
The MOST exciting part of this news, is that the jury has chosen my piece "Confluence #4" to be featured in the distinguished LIVE auction section of this highly respected annual art event!
Although I have been a contributing artist to the Silent Auction at MassArt for the past 7 years, this is the first year my work will be featured in the "Live" auction, a true distinction and honor, and I couldn't be more thrilled!
Chosen from over 1400 pieces of art, only a hand full of work is selected to be presented in the Live Auction, hosted by the amazing Karen Keane, CEO of Skinner Auctioneers.
My piece will be featured alongside nationally and internationally renowned artists such as , Ambreen Butt , Nicole Chesney , Michael Mazur, Abelardo Morell, Sol LeWitt, Liliana Porter, Bill Thompson, and William Wegman.
I'm elated that my work was chosen to be represented amongst these incredible artists!
Each April, the Annual Benefit Art Auction at MassArt draws a crowd of over 600 collectors and art enthusiasts. This event has become one of Boston's rites of spring, and this year's promises to be the best yet. Serious connoisseurs will be focused on the 39 pieces offered in the live auction but the opportunity to wander through unexplored territory – ceramics, glass, jewelry, paintings, photography, sculpture, and works on paper - continues throughout this fun evening filled with art.
This is one of Bostons most popular and exciting art events of the year and really should not be missed! I hope to see you there!
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The MassArt Foundation's
21st Annual Benefit Art Auction
will take place
Saturday, April 10, 2010
at The Sandra & David Bakalar Gallery and The Stephen D. Paine Gallery
621 Huntington Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts