1. Wenda Shelter / Summertime Blues

1. Wenda Shelter / Summertime Blues

Oil, 17" x 32"

2. Patricia Gordon / Aimless Dreaming

2. Patricia Gordon / Aimless Dreaming

Oil, 16 x 19

3. Madeleine Hopkins / Ogunquit Beach, Spring

3. Madeleine Hopkins / Ogunquit Beach, Spring

Oil, 22 x 22

4. Michael Milczarek / Morning Juice

4. Michael Milczarek / Morning Juice

Oil on gessoed birch panel, 14.5 x 17.5

5. Karen Jones / Along the Road

5. Karen Jones / Along the Road

Acrylic, 30 x 30

6. Sandra Kavenaugh / Essex Reflections

6. Sandra Kavenaugh / Essex Reflections

Oil, 15 x 19

7. David Stone / Barns at Castle Hill

7. David Stone / Barns at Castle Hill

Photograph, pigment print, 24 x 24

8. Mike Dorsey / Castine Morning

8. Mike Dorsey / Castine Morning

Oil, 21 x 17

9. Linda Stefanidakis / quiet morning marsh

9. Linda Stefanidakis / quiet morning marsh

Oil, 19 x 23

10. Sandra Chase Morrissey / Ocean Action

10. Sandra Chase Morrissey / Ocean Action

Acrylic, 15 x 30

11. Janis Sanders / After the Rain

11. Janis Sanders / After the Rain

Oil on panel, 40 x 60 x 2

Janis Sanders is an accomplished oil painter, who has won awards for his unique painting style. His work is done with a palette knife, often en plein air. He melds elements of American Realism with Modernism / Impressionism for a dramatically contemporary visual result. He works to convey light glancing on a surface to communicate the spirit of place of each singular American setting. He paints muscularly, enthusiastically, vigorously outdoors throughout the year, from the rugged coast of Maine to the verdant marshes of the North Shore of Boston, to the quiet sand dunes of the Outer Cape. Janis is represented in galleries throughout New England as well as Sante Fe. As an example of his reach, Janis’s work was chosen as the cover for the 2014 LL Bean Summer catalog. His work hangs in prestigious collections in the United States and overseas. FMV $12000. Absentee bids accepted on all Live art pieces.

12. Annalee Johnson / Summer Marsh

12. Annalee Johnson / Summer Marsh

Oil, 20 x 30

13. Jay McCarthy / Siesta Key Village, Florida

13. Jay McCarthy / Siesta Key Village, Florida

Photograph, 18 x 24

14. Susan Spellman / Essex August

14. Susan Spellman / Essex August

Oil, 21.5 x 21.5

15. Karen Lynch / Snow Owl

15. Karen Lynch / Snow Owl

Photograph on canvas, 24 x 24

16. Rosalie Cuticchia / Circularity

16. Rosalie Cuticchia / Circularity

Oil with cold wax and marble dust on cradled panel, 25 x 25

17. Bonita LeFlore / Sail On Silver Girl

17. Bonita LeFlore / Sail On Silver Girl

Acrylic, 33 x 39.5

18. Patty DeGrandpre / Make-up Sex

18. Patty DeGrandpre / Make-up Sex

Print, unique print on drafting film, 20 x 16

19. Jack Fowler / Oceanscape #14

19. Jack Fowler / Oceanscape #14

Photograph, 24 x 24

20. Sara Demrow Dent / Our Garden

20. Sara Demrow Dent / Our Garden

Acrylic and charcoal on canvas, 36 x 36

Our Garden (text)

You and I stand at our garden gate

Late in the afternoon

When the light is long…

We witness the glorious life we created

When the sun was high

And the orange poppies bloomed

21. Ryan Kelley / Maker's Dozen

21. Ryan Kelley / Maker's Dozen

Sculpture, copper and steel, 24 x 18 x 12

22. Tracy Meola / Last One

22. Tracy Meola / Last One

Acrylic, 11.5 x 13.5

23. Margette Leanna / Blueberry Patch

23. Margette Leanna / Blueberry Patch

Acrylic on masonite board, 22 x 27.5

24. June Munro / Still Life - Pear

24. June Munro / Still Life - Pear

Oil, 8 x 10

25. Gordon Przybyla / Untitled

25. Gordon Przybyla / Untitled

Oil stick and pastel on paper, 16 x 20

26. Brent Rotsko / Marsh View

26. Brent Rotsko / Marsh View

Oil, 18 x 22

27. Donald Jurney / Willows and Mist

27. Donald Jurney / Willows and Mist

Oil, 24 x 20

Donald Jurney was born in Rye, New York, in 1945, and was educated at Columbia University, the Pratt Institute, and the Art Students League. He is a member of The Guild of Boston Artists.

Mr. Jurney’s work is firmly rooted in the great landscape tradition, stretching from Dutch 17th century painting through the Barbizon and Hudson River Schools, to late 19th and early 20th century French and American Impressionism. Nonetheless, one cannot mistake the evidence that his work is also informed and enlivened by the influence of modern painting. It is this union, one of timeless motif and of lively surface, that distinguishes his work from both his predecessors and his contemporaries, making his paintings very much of our time, and instantly recognizable.

In 2016, Mr. Jurney received the Edmund C. Tarbell Prize from the Guild of Boston Artists and exhibited a large group of recent paintings in Westport, CT at the new branch of his Boston gallery, Quidley & Company. Also in 2016, Mr. Jurney and his wife Kim established, under the umbrella of the NAA, the Donald and Kim Jurney Traveling Fellowship. This February (2017) the Fellowship awarded its first grant of $5000 for travel and painting in Europe. Absentee bids accepted on all Live art pieces.

28. Margery Jennings / Autumn Marsh, Morning

28. Margery Jennings / Autumn Marsh, Morning

Oil, 19 x 23

29. Rosalie Sidoti / Ode to the Island

29. Rosalie Sidoti / Ode to the Island

Oil on board, 18 x 14

30. Daniel J. Shaw / The Last Stop

30. Daniel J. Shaw / The Last Stop

Oil, 20.5 x 24

31. Nella Lush / Joppa Flats

31. Nella Lush / Joppa Flats

Oil and cold wax, 20 x 50

32. Lee Rowan / Nest and 6 Eggs

32. Lee Rowan / Nest and 6 Eggs

Pastel, 15 x 16

32A. Robin Luciano Beaty / Quiescence #12

32A. Robin Luciano Beaty / Quiescence #12

Encaustic, mixed media and vintage found objects on birch, 48 x 48

Robin Luciano Beaty is an award winning painter out of Boston, Mass. Her work can be found in galleries across the US. Robin was awarded the 2009 International Encaustic Painting Conference Award for Best in Show in the exhibition curated by Nicholas Camass, chief curator of the DE Cordova Museum. She was the recipient of the NH 2010 ”Spotlight Award” for ‘Outstanding Abstract Artist of the Year’ , honored by The Wire Magazine as “one of 2009′s most intriguing artists” as well as 2010′s ”Stand Out Artist of the Year”. Also featured on the cover of the Boston Globe’s G-Style Magazine (Oct 2011) , Martha Stewart Whole Living Magazine (May 2011) , Art New England Magazine (July 2011) and most recently featured in Boston Magazine, The Boston Globe and Art scope Magazine (May 2012) who garnered her as ”one of the most heralded of New England encaustic artists”. This piece was donated by Anne Marie and Alex Gramling. FMV $8000. Absentee bids accepted on all Live art pieces.

33. Maria Nemchuk / Majestic Waves

33. Maria Nemchuk / Majestic Waves

Oil, 25 x 37

34. Susan Luca / Marsh Display

34. Susan Luca / Marsh Display

Oil, 22 x 26

35. Suzanne Papin / Spontaneous

35. Suzanne Papin / Spontaneous

Mixed Media, acrylic, egg threads and thread, 20 x 16

36. Phyllis Kaplan / Ready and Waiting

36. Phyllis Kaplan / Ready and Waiting

Watercolor, 16 x 20

37. Rz Sadowski / Picasso's Portrait of Dora Maar

37. Rz Sadowski / Picasso's Portrait of Dora Maar

Acrylic on black canvas, 24 x 30

38. Cheryl Dyment / Urge to Grow

38. Cheryl Dyment / Urge to Grow

Oil on linen, 21.5 x 21.5

39. Linda Tasker / Days Gone By

39. Linda Tasker / Days Gone By

Oil, 30 x 24

40. Robin Thornhill / The Day Dawns

40. Robin Thornhill / The Day Dawns

Pastel, 16 x 20

41. Debbie Shirley / Free HBO

41. Debbie Shirley / Free HBO

Acrylic, 13.5 x 17.5

42. Pat Doherty / Fall Sunset - North Shore

42. Pat Doherty / Fall Sunset - North Shore

Oil, 10 x 20

43. Ron Emmerling / Rooftops

43. Ron Emmerling / Rooftops

Acrylic on canvas, 38 x 26

44. Joanna Doyle / Portrait of Your Dog

44. Joanna Doyle / Portrait of Your Dog

Oil, Painting is an example. The artist will paint the winning bidder's dog.

45. Jessica Hachmeister / Blue Lights

45. Jessica Hachmeister / Blue Lights

Acrylic, 36 x 36

46. Fran Butsavich / November Sun

46. Fran Butsavich / November Sun

Pastel, 22 x 18

47. Steven Lush / Water Street - Newburyport

47. Steven Lush / Water Street - Newburyport

Watercolor, 25 x 31

48. Hillary Scott / Distant Dreams

48. Hillary Scott / Distant Dreams

Oil, 18 x 22

49. Skip Montello / Stone Warrior #2

49. Skip Montello / Stone Warrior #2

Photograph on metal, 24 x 16

50. Dale Partis Greene / Sailing

50. Dale Partis Greene / Sailing

Acrylic, 13 x 13

51. Michelle Champion / Sailing Lessons

51. Michelle Champion / Sailing Lessons

Acrylic, 9 x 25

52. Cara Gonier / Positude

52. Cara Gonier / Positude

Acrylic, 40 x 40

53. Kathleen Bennett / Plum Cove Sunrise

53. Kathleen Bennett / Plum Cove Sunrise

Oil, 12 x 22

54. Wolfgang Ertl / Mohegan Evening 2

54. Wolfgang Ertl / Mohegan Evening 2

Pastel, 18 x 22

55. Jeannette Steele Esposito / Incartata  (Friendship ME)

55. Jeannette Steele Esposito / Incartata (Friendship ME)

Acrylic, 18 x 36

56. Ann Gillespie / After the Storm

56. Ann Gillespie / After the Storm

Pastel, 14.5 x 20.5

57. Ethan Lima / Sun Rocks

57. Ethan Lima / Sun Rocks

Oil on canvas, 33 x 43

58. Susan Cole Kelly / Meadow Song

58. Susan Cole Kelly / Meadow Song

Mixed Media, acrylic and cold wax, 30 x 40

59. Christine Molitor Johnson / Rolling In

59. Christine Molitor Johnson / Rolling In

Oil on linen, 22 x 38

60. Pat Forbes / Weaving I

60. Pat Forbes / Weaving I

Acrylic on canvas, 36 x 36

61. John Ellis / Summer Wave

61. John Ellis / Summer Wave

Acrylic on board, knife technique, 37 x 28.5

62. Peggy Luderer / Annisquam Harbor Light Station

62. Peggy Luderer / Annisquam Harbor Light Station

Oil, 10 x 20

63. Karen Fitzgerald / Flying Low, Plum Island

63. Karen Fitzgerald / Flying Low, Plum Island

Watercolor, 22 x 30

64. Emily Corbato / Sanctuary

64. Emily Corbato / Sanctuary

Photograph, 16 x 20

65. Skip Motes / Marsh Motif in Red I

65. Skip Motes / Marsh Motif in Red I

Pastel, 21 x 17

66. Jeff Ventola / Angels and Demons

66. Jeff Ventola / Angels and Demons

Pastel, 30 x 30