2019: Peter Drake

L.A. Lithograph – Image Size 11 X 11.25 inches Peter Drake described ‘L.A.’ as a “possible but implausible moment in the skies above Los Angeles.” He was named Dean of Academic Affairs in 2010 and Provost of the New York… Read More »2019: Peter Drake

2018: Martin Levine

Federal Hall Lithograph – Image Size 12 x 8 1/2 inches Federal Hall National Memorial, 26 Wall Street, was built in 1842 at Wall and Broad Streets. Sculptor John Quincy Adams Ward created the bronze statue of George Washington in… Read More »2018: Martin Levine

2017: Charles Yoder

Shadows Linocut and Serigraph – Image Size 13 X 10 1/2 inches This is a three-color mixed media print made with two linocut blocks and one silkscreen. It was printed with oil-based inks on Arnheim 1618 Warm paper. The paper… Read More »2017: Charles Yoder

2016: Eric Goldberg

Morning Light II Aquatint – Image Size 15 3/4 x 20 inches Eric Goldberg made the plates and state proofs. Cindi Ettinger of Philadelphia printed the edition in March 2016 on Somerset, Satin 250 g paper using two copper (steel-faced)… Read More »2016: Eric Goldberg

2013: Isaac Abrams

Evolos Solar Etching – Image Size 11 X 14 inches The artist, Isaac Abrams, was born in 1939 in New York City. During the 1960s was interested in psychedelics and was friends with Timothy Leary. He began painting as self-taught… Read More »2013: Isaac Abrams

2012: Ann Chernow

Window Shopping Lithograph – Image Size 12 X 9 inches Ann Chernow was born and brought up New York, and experienced much of the New York City art world of the l950s and l960s while studying at New York University.… Read More »2012: Ann Chernow

2010: Sidney Hurwitz

Antwerp Cranes Etching. Drypoint and Aquatint Sidney Hurwitz says he visited a row of disused cranes at the old Port of Antwerp, Belgium, in 2007 while on his way to the Frans Masereel Print Center. The Worcester, Ma., native then… Read More »2010: Sidney Hurwitz