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DECEMBER 1-6, 2015


Untitled No. 9 (The great rock), 2015 6/6 39 x 78”



Title: SEÑUELO 066 / Bait 066, 2014 wood, steel and industrial painting 27.5" dia.



BOOTH C11        801 Ocean Drive              Miami Beach, Florida   USA


PAN’S REVERIE: A new suite of Monotypes from SARAH LUTZ

Paper size: 19 x 25″
Printed by Marina Ancona, 10 Grand Press 2014

Sarah Lutz was born in Madison, Wisconsin in 1967 but lived most of her childhood in Vermont and Guatemala. She holds a B.S. in Studio Art from Skidmore College and an M.F.A. from The American University. Lutz was a Junior Teaching Fellow in Residence at Dartmouth College in 1994, and was awarded a 1-month residency at The Vermont Studio Center in 1996. She lives and works in New York City with her husband and their two daughters. They spend as much time as possible near the water in Truro, Massachusetts.

Lutz has had solo exhibitions at the Richmond Art Center in Windsor, CT, at Brick Walk Books and Fine Art in West Hartford, CT, at The Painting Center, and most recently, at Lohin Geduld Gallery in New York City. In 2004 Lutz exhibited her work at The Tang Teaching Museum and Art Galleries at Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, NY and has served on the National Advisory Council of the Tang Museum since 2007. Lutz has exhibited every summer season in Provincetown, MA for more than a decade. Lutz was recently awarded a residency/installation at MAPSpace in Port Chester, NY, with fellow artist Beth Dary. The exhibition resulting from their collaboration opened on November 17, 2012. Lutz was included in the exhibition Wit, at the Painting Center in New York City in January 2013.

PROJECT: A Provincetown Portfolio by JEFFERSON HAYMAN

We are pleased to announce a special portfolio of photographs by renowned photographer JEFFERSON HAYMAN. The Provincetown Portfolio consists of twelve carefully selected Archival Pigment Prints and one introductory image, all on archival 100 lb. matte surface paper presented in a boxed set with titled overlays. The photographs have been selected by the photographer as a note to Provincetown and consist of nine images taken of the town and surrounding seashore during the last three years and four images from the photographer’s studio. The suite of images specifically addresses aspects of the Cape’s landscape such as time, nostalgia, light, memory, journeying, and art history. The photographs range in size from one miniature (‘Fence’ is printed at 3.75″ x 1.5″ and is a lovely nod to Paul Strand) to 12×10″, just inside the edges of the 12×16″ paper. The portfolio is being produced as an edition of twenty-five boxed sets.

PROJECT: The Nature of Solitude by MARK ADAMS

MARK ADAMS is a painter, printmaker, and a cartographer with the National Park Service based on Cape Cod and Martha’s Vineyard since 1987. He exhibits regularly at The Schoolhouse Gallery where he has focused on works of art that use layered images of maps, personal notebook pages, text, data and images of animals and friends in light accumulation on paper and wood panels. Adams harvests curiosity and wonderment as source material and mixes in a little biology and data. This exhibition he presents a suite of original mixed media drawings that explore the nature of solitude. This set of twelve works on paper are also available as a boxed portfolio in an edition of ten.

Adams has taught at the Provincetown Art Association, Castle Hill Center for the Arts (Truro MA), and the Provincetown School Academy program and as a guest in the MFA program of the Fine Arts Work Center/Massachusetts College of Art. He has studied ecology, landscape architecture, printmaking and photography at University of California, Berkeley, California College of Arts and Crafts and studied with artists at the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown. He also worked as a wildlife field biologist, scientific illustrator, forest fire fighter, gymnastics coach. His current interests include geologic time, taxonomies, coordinate systems and layering of information in maps.