Faculty Exhibit & Treasures from the Collection

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2-D Works 4. Pam Ayres - Oils 6. Kathleen Denis - Oils 8. Esther Gordon - Acrylics & Oils 10. Chris Kling - Oils

3-D Works 32. Carolyn Austin - Fused Glass 34. Eduardo Gomez - Cast Bronze 36. Jay Hatfeild - Ceramics 38. Lisa Johnson - Jewelry 40. Barbara Powell - Ceramics

12. Vincent Lardieri - Acrylics 14. Karen L Massengill - Oils 16. Lynn Morgan - Pastels 18. Ralph Papa - Acrylics & Oils 20. Danica Papili - Acrylics & Watercolors 22. Jim Rigg - Acrylics & Watercolors 24. Manon Sander - Oils 26. Randy Scott - Acrylics & Watercolors 28. Laurie Snow-Hein - Oils 30. Richard Terpolilli - Photography

42. Chad Steve - Ceramics 44. Maria Tritico - Jewelry

From the Collection 46. Treasures from the Collection Foreword

www.LighthouseArts.org.

48. John Lee Fitch 50. Mark T. Smith 52. Purvis Young

The quiet time during the pandemic affords us the opportunity for us to lay groundwork for the future. The Lighthouse ArtCenter has provided uninterrupted arts and culture programming for over fifty years. We are looking forward to the next fifty. This virtual magazine is one way we are able to pivot, it keeps all of us connected. The online interactive art classes offered through our School of Art are another. Through the internet we are able to expand our reach to all fifty states and beyond. You are invited to use this catalog to select new pieces for your collection, or as a means by which you can choose the faculty member from whom you would most like to take lessons. We’ve already begun to reconfigure both the Gallery and School of Art buildings by modernizing our exhibition space and adding studio classrooms. We continue to raise funds for our capital campaign. Naming rights are available and if you are so inspired, we would be glad to discuss opportunities with you.

Be well. Wash your hands. Buy some art.

All work is copyrighted. Reproduction is prohibited.

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Pam Ayres

Bounty 9”w x 12”h, Oil, $800

Bovine Beauty 6”w x 6”h, Acrylic, $500

Gratitude 20”w x 24”h, Oil, $1400

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Pam Ayres is an oil and acrylic painter who paints en plein air, as well as in the studio, mostly from life. She currently studies and paints with accomplished oil painters from California to Florida, applying fresh color and energetic strokes to her impressionistic work. She has won several awards, exhibited in many shows in Florida, and continues to explore new qualities of light, values, and color relationships in her work.

Pam currently travels and paints across the USA and abroad, striving to discover new ways of interpreting nature’s beauty onto canvas.

Lakeside Garden 10”w x 8”h, Oil , $750

Red Beret 11”w x 14”h, Oil, $900

Seafood Boil Bash 10”w x 8”h, Oil, $750

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Summer Flotilla 8”w x 8”h, Oil, $700

Tandem 11”w x 14”h, Oil, $950

The World Still Turns 21”w x 21”h, Oil, $1200

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Kathleen Denis

On Watch 11”w x 14”h, Oil, $825

Recharge 24”w x 12”h, Oil, $1550

Shooting the Breeze 8”w x 6”h, Oil, $300

Kathleen Denis earned a BFA degree in graphic design from University of Miami. She gained the attention of numerous home décor manufacturers since 1995, featuring her designs on everything from wallpaper to rugs, fabrics to kitchenware, and appearing in stores such as Bed Bath & Beyond, Home Goods, and numerous gift shops. Becoming one of the nation’s leading “licensed artists,” she currently paints with oils in a contemporary, impressionistic style, with her work being shown in galleries, exhibits, and juried plein air events. Kathleen is honored to be an official Coast Guard Artist, with her work located in their national permanent collection. She is a featured artist in Plein Air Magazine.

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The Glow 8”w x 10”h, Oil, $500

Dancing in the Light 8”w x 6”h, Oil, $300

Day’s End 14”w x 11”h, Oil, $850

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Fresh Catch 10”w x 10”h, Oil, $650

Seclusion 8”w x 8”h, Oil, $400

Sun Shiny Day 30”w x 30”h, Oil, $4000

All that I Need 14”w x 11”h, Oil, $950

Come Away 12”w x 9”h, Oil, $700

On the Island 12”w x 9”h, Oil, $650

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Esther Gordon

Passionate Dusk 40”w x 30”h, Acrylic, $2,500

Flowers in Bloom 30’w x 40”h, Mixed media &Acrylic, $3,500

In the Garden 30”w x 40”h, Acrylic, $2,500

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Esther Gordon is a native Floridian and a Palm Beach Gardens resident. She received a BFA from Florida Atlantic University and has been painting in oils, acrylics and mixed media for the past 30 years. Her work has appeared in “Discover Art” in the Palm Beach Post’s “Residences” section several times. Her artwork is held in both private and public collections throughout the U.S., Europe, and South America, and has been exhibited in various venues throughout Palm Beach County, including The FAU Atrium, Eissey Campus Theatre, Palm Beach Gardens City Hall, Coral Springs Museum of Art, Northwood University, Lighthouse Artcenter, and Village Hall in North Palm Beach. Her artwork was also selected by Palm Beach County Art in Public Places and exhibited at Palm Beach International Airport. Additional paintings were selected by the Community Foundation of Palm Beach and Martin Counties to be exhibited in the Florida Everglades Exhibition. Esther has also played an intricate role in El Sol and New Day Art-Reach Programs.

Juicy 30”w x 40”h, Acrylic, $2,000

Sea Garden 20”w x 24”h, Mixed media & Acrylic, $1,500

Sew is Life 50”w x 40”h, Pastel on paper, $5,000

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Top Banana 30”w 40”h, Acrylic, $2,500

Zebra Fruit 18”w x 36”h, Acrylic, $1,500

Wild Things 18”w x 36”h, Mixed media & Acrylic, $1,200

Sailing at Dusk 28”w x 22”h, Oil, $3,000

Blue Lagoon 24”w x 36”h, Oil, $2,000

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Chris Kling

Beside Hwy. 1 26”w x 38”h x 2”d, Oil, $3,200

Bayou Golden Hour 31”w x 27”h x 2”d, Oil, $1,800

On the Way yo Tequesta 20”w x 17”h x 2”d, Oil, $700

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Chris Kling graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree and has worked as a professional artist since 1978. She has received numerous awards and commissions for her landscapes and portraiture throughout the US and with the Portrait Society of America including her most recent award for her portrait of “Jakiya”. Chris has been honored to show her artwork in several National Exhibitions with the Oil Painters of America, American Impressionist Society, and the National Oil and Acrylic Painters Society. She loves to work primarily in oil in a contemporary impressionistic manner and she has also taught Plein Air and Oil Portraiture in classes and workshops. She says, “Painting is reaching out to find the common emotional connection between all of us.”

Beach Day 44”w x 32”h x 2”d, Oil, $2,900

Paddleboard BFF’s 23”w x 19”h x 2”d, Oil, $700

Surf Wading 50”w x 50”h x 2”d, Oil, $5,000

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Survivor Dune 19”w x 16”h x 2”d, Oil, $750

Lyric Theatre 16”w x 19”h x 2”d, Oil, $600

Gilded Sea 23”w x 19”h x 2”d, Oil, $800

Scherherezade 27”w x 23”h x 2”d, Oil, $1000

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Vincent Lardieri

Untitled (Bithsea) 18”w x 19.25”h x 2.625”d, Acrylic, $1,385

Untitled (Jipshun) 9.625”w x 13.3”h x 2.625”d, Acrylic, $775

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Vincent Lardieri holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interdisciplinary Studio Art from Florida State University and a Master of Fine Arts in Studio Art (with an emphasis in Painting) from Savannah College of Art & Design. Lardieri’s current works focus on experimentation specifically through the exploration of tactility, color, transparency, translucency, and opacity. The materials used (mainly acrylics) may or may not be manipulated to capture paint’s dimensionality and push its properties. This process is paramount and allows his work to blur the boundaries between two dimensionality and three- dimensionality. Another point of interest in Lardieri’s oeuvre is the potential to provide a multisensory experience and move beyond merely looking at a piece. Once viewers are invited to get close to the artwork, to interact with it, maybe even touch it, they have a different relationship with the piece because anxiety, fear, and the usual disconnectedness is abated, or even eradicated, and their individual experiences flourish.

Untitled (Slick Windows) 9.125”w x 12.25”h x 1.75”d, Acrylic, $650

Untitled (Ectoplasphalt) 17.75”w x 19.25”h x 2.25”d, Acrylic, $1,350

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He was ranked #1 out of the “Ten Best Visual Artists in Palm Beach County” in the New Times Broward-Palm Beach.

Untitled (Pockin on Sunshine) 17.25”w x 18.5”h x 2.75”d, Acrylic, $1,275

Untitled (Puddle Pocks) 11.25”w x 14.5”h x 1.75”d, Acrylic, $850

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A Walk in the Woods 31”w x 43”h, Oil, $2,600

South Florida Sunshine 57”w x 43”h, Oil, $5,000

CoCoNuts Galore 24”w x 28”h, Oil, $1,200

Karen Leffel-Massengill

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Karen Leffel-Massengill, a graduate of Florida State University, has studied under world-class artists such as Carl Dalio, Janet Rogers, Jim Kosvanec, and many others. She has been the cover artist for Watercolor Magic magazine, was accepted into the Birds in Art competition, and the Arts for the Parks competition. She enjoys signature status with the Florida Watercolor Society and the Society of Animal Artists. Karen’s success on the art show circuit is evidenced by her acceptance into the top art shows in the nation, including Coconut Grove, Winter Park Sidewalk Festival and Artigas. She has received numerous awards at these shows and has been selected as the poster artist for five major shows.

Dinner Dance 34”w x 27”h, Oil, $1,800

Double Vision 21”w x 25”h, Oil, $1,600

Floaters 24”w x 19”h, Oil, $900

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Peacock’s Pride 24”w x 30”h, Oil, $1,600

Toucana Americana 28”w x 24”h, Oil, $1,800

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Lynn Morgan

Coastal Cats 22”w x 22”h, Pastel, $500

Gilbert’s Bar 34”w x 28”h, Pastel, $875

East Coast 31”w x 31”h, Pastel, $1,500

Lynn Morgan’s somewhat abstract works are inspired by the sights and sounds from many of her travels, from biking through Slovenia to sailing through Croatia.

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After Lynn retired from the corporate world she tried flying a plane, playing guitar, piano, golf, SCUBA diving and sailing, but she always came back to art and is now a full time artist.

Although Lynn has always loved painting, it was an instructor at Palm Beach State College who introduced her to pastels. She was hooked on the look of the pastel sticks, the feel of the medium in her hand with no brush as a go-between, and the brilliant color that clings to the tooth of the paper. Lynn studied with Miroslav Antic, Terri Ford, Casey Klahn, Aline Ordman, Tony Allain and Jen Evenhus. She is a signature member of the National Association of Women Artists (NAWA), the Artists Guild of the Boca Raton Museum of Art, the Florida Artists Group (FLAG), Women in the Visual Arts (WITVA), and Martin Artisans Guild. She is also a juried member of the Pastel Society of America. She received awards at local and national exhibitions and teaches pastel classes and workshops at the Lighthouse ArtCenter in Tequesta, FL.

Wagon Wheel 27”w x 21”h, Pastel, $550

William’s Garden 37”w x 31”h, Pastel, $1,200

Mangrove Madonna 27”w x 35”h, Pastel, $1,200

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Adobe Town 22”w x 22”h, Pastel, $650

Riverbend Bridge 25”w x 19”h, Pastel, $550

Walk Softly 37”w x 29”h, Pastel, $1,200

Everywhere Poppies 38”w x 30”h, Pastel, $1,200

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Ralph Papa

Gold Stars 48”w x 36”h, Acrylic, $4,000

Allie at the Gallery 9”w x 12”h, Oil, $600

In the Gardens 20”w x 16”h, Oil, $950

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Ralph Papa was born and raised in Manhattan’s East Harlem. He studied art and architecture in New York at Queens College, City College and Art Students League. He is a lifelong artist and is President of the Artists’ Guild of the Boca Raton Museum of Art and founder and organizer of “Plein Air Painters of Delray.” Papa’s artworks are in public and private collections and he conducts popular classes and workshops at the Lighthouse ArtCenter.

Moon Over Mc Donalds 16”w x 12”h, Oil, $800

Artist at Work 16”w x 12”h, Oil, $800

Norton Museum Reopening 16”w x 12”h, Oil, $800

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Sunny Sunday Morning 20”w x 16”h, Oil, $900

Behind Door #2 12”w x 12”h, Oil, $700

Coral Cove, At Jupiter Island 14”w x 11”h, Oil, $700

Riverbend Bridge 28”w x 22”h, Oil, $1,200

Passing the Brush 26”w x 22”h, Oil, $950

Morning at jupiter 22”w x 18”h, Oil, $850

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Floral Vase Abstract 11”w x 14”h, Acrylic, $150

Hibiscus Abstract 14”w x 11”h, Watercolor, $85

Danica Papili

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Danica Papali is a Florida native with a love for art, languages, and world cultures. She has a BS in graphic design and master’s degree in art education from Boston University. She has been an art educator for 11 years, taught Spanish for 7, and started two global studies programs at Good Shepherd Episcopal School and Jupiter Christian. She has worked with various types of learners from university professors, English as a Second Language students, and students with special needs. She is the current director of the art program at Jupiter Christian School East Campus where she teaches Art for the Homeschooled, and at the Lighthouse ArtCenter where she teaches Watercolor and Acrylic Painting for the Absolute Beginner.

Delphinium Abstract 11”w x 14”h, Watercolor, $85

Atlantic Puffin 14”w x 11”h, Acrylic, $150

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Peony Pink Garden 14”w x 11”h, Watercolor, $95

Peony Contrast Abstract 14”w x 11”h, Acrylic, $95

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Jim Rigg

A Touch of Light 22”w x 18”h, Acrylic, $1,800

Caught in the Moment 28”w x 22”h, Acrylic, $2,000

Artichoke 16”w x 20”h, Acrylic, $975

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Jim Rigg graduated from Wichita State University with a BA in Graphics and has since become recognized as an accomplished watercolorist with an innovative and unique style. Jim has been a part of several major activities and organizations, including serving four terms as the President of the Kansas Watercolor Society. In addition to his many one man shows featuring his watercolor work, Jim has received numerous awards and honors including being selected three-times as the Kansas Postcard Artist. He says, “I enjoy experimentation, believing it extends my boundaries, both in conceptual and contemporary watercolor techniques.”

In Search of the Sun 16”w x 12”h, Acrylic, $875

Fall Flowers 16”w x 24”h, Acrylic, $1,600

The Lineup 17”w x 11”h, Watercolor, $1,000

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Tropical Color 10”w x 16”h, Watercolor, $600

Memories - Tybee Island 18”w x 24”h, Acrylic, $1,800

Blue Heron 18”w x 14”h, Acrylic, $1,000

The Weathered 18”w x 13”h, Watercolor, $975

Aspens Aglow 12”w x 16”h, Watercolor, $975

True Kansas 18”w x 14”h, Acrylic, $1,100

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Manon Sander

The Calm Before the Storm 20”w x 16”h, Oil, $1,800

Flagship 8”w x 10”h, Oil, $650

Four Wheelers 12”w x 12”h, Oil, $700

Manon Sander studied with nationally known masters for many years where she developed her own distinct style, described as “representational with an impressionistic touch.” Manon’s main focus is to capture the effects of light on a subject and the feeling it evokes. Manon travels frequently with her paints and brushes, participates in juried and invitational plein air competitions, and isapopularexhibitor in juriedshows, locallyandnationally. Her paintings have received awards at the prestigious exhibitions by the National Oil and Acrylic Painters Society and American Impressionist Society. Manon’s paintings are in private collections on three continents and her pieces have been included in publications such as American Art Collector. Locally, Manon’s work can be viewed at her studio at the Village Art Studios in Tequesta, next door to the Lighthouse ArtCenter where she teaches classes and workshops.

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Porch Patriots 11”w x 14”h, Oil, $900

Bel Air Stare 16”w x 12”h, Oil, $950

Sharing Shade 9”w x 12”h, Oil, $750

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Soft Landing 16”w x 20”h, Oil, $1,600

Gull Friends 24”w x 12”h, Oil, $950

Lunch Break 9”w x 12”h, Oil, $750

Hog Heaven 11”w x 14”h, Oil, $900

Hung Out to Dry 10”w x 8”h, Oil, $650

Hideout 10”w x 8”h, Oil, $650

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Casa Cove Sunset - Western Gull 27”w x 23”h, Acrylic, $3,500

Vantage Point- Loggerhead Shrike 17”w x 21”h, Acrylic, $2,900

Randall Scott

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A native Californian and an accomplished artist and diver, Randall Scott grew up exploring the Pacific Coast. He is considered exceptionally talented and deeply committed to his subject. Scott’s passion is to communicate the beauty, mystery, and power of the sea’s aquatic citizens. Scott researches his subjects through observation and underwater photography. His travels have taken him all over the world, from his native California, to Mexico, and British Columbia, Australia, and the South Pacific. He is also familiar with the Caribbean, Bahamas and Florida, where he currently resides with his wife, Donna, and their four children. Randall’s Artwork is featured in both national and international fine art exhibitions and museums, including Birds in Art, Animals in Art and the Society of Animal Artists. Wild Wings, and Aces High Aviation publish Randall’s work. His work is also seen in publications, books, magazines and prints, which includes cover art for National Geographic, McGraw Hill, and scientific marine books and publications. WPBS “Journeys of an Artist” followed Mr. Scott underwater, researching his marine subjects. Randall’s marine art was recently featured in Asian Diver’s annual book celebrating the top marine artists of the last 100 years.

Beach Rat - Ring-billed Gull 14”w x 17”h, Acrylic, $1,700

(Study) Preening Time - Laughing Gulls 20”w x 16”h, Watercolor, $950

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Blue Heron Drawing 21’w x 24”h, Pencil sketch, $750

(Study) Cattle Egret 16”w x 20”h, Watercolor/ dry brush, $950

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Laurie Snow-Hein

Keywest White Heron 28.25”w x 50.25”h, Oil, $5,700

Juvenile Green Heron 15”w x 15”h, Oil, $550

Rudy Turnbill 20.25”w x 16.25”h, Oil, $695

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Laurie Snow-Hein has been a fine art painter and teacher for fifty years, and has studied art since she was twelve years old.

As a teacher, her life-long goal and mission has been to help and allow others to create art simply for the joy of it.

As an artist her goal is to create without fear of judgment. She strives to create from a very raw and vulnerable place. She says, “A good painting makes others more aware of how special it is just to be alive.”

Goslings in a Row 40.75”w x 22.75”h, Oil, $1,800

Mis Majesty - Male Wood Duck 26”w x 22”h, Oil, $1,950

Loxahatchee River Bend 23.5”w x 19.5”h, Plein Air Oil, $825

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The Race Is On- Sandpipers 36”w x 24”h, Oil, $2,400

Blowing Rocks Super Moon 40”w x 16”h, Oil, $1,800

Playful Splash 23”w x 20”h, Oil, $795

Tipping Point 35”w x 31”h, Oil, $1,295

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Richard Terpolilli

Christian Science Center - Boston 18”w x 12”h, Long exposure photography, $400

Awakening Shasows No. 3 - New York City 18”w x 12”h, Long exposure photography, $400

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Richard Terpolilli’s passion for photography arrived in 2010 through exposure to a PBS documentary about Ansel Adams. The fine art photographers Joel Tjintjelaar, Michael Kenna, Julia Anna Gospodarou, and Keith Aggett excited his imagination and kindled his passion for black and white long exposure. Joel Tjintgelaar, regarded as the pioneer of black and white fine art photography for the 21st century, mentored him beginning in 2014. Today Richard Terpolilli’s work has received national and international awards, and has been published in numerous magazines. He is recognized primarily for fine art long exposure images of architecture, still life, landscapes, and occasional color landscapes. Terpolilli explains “Long exposure fine art photography communicates an emotional experience. It transports the viewer away from the physical existence. Water and sky appear unnatural, light and darkness render the black and white images mysterious and evocative.”

Market Street - San Francisco 12”w x 18”h, Long exposure photography, $400

Brickell Center City No.2 - Miami 18”w x 12”h, Long exposure photography, $400

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Bridges - New York City 18”w x 12”h, Long exposure photography, $400

Quiet Voices - One World Trade Center 18”w x 12”h, Long exposure photography, $400

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Carolyn Austin

Untitled 12”w x 15”h, Fused Glass in a Metal Stand, $495

Cheese Board and Knife 8”w x 17”h, Fused glass, $300

Salad Serving Set 12”w x 12”h X 2.5”d Fused and Slumped Glass, $300

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Carolyn Austin has been professionally designing and creating glass art for over 25 years in South Florida as owner/artist of Unique Glass Art in Jupiter, Florida.

Ms. Austin specializes in custom glass etching and carving for residential and commercial areas as well as yachts. She combines etched and carved glass with fused glass in a wide variety of styles from tropical Florida scenes of wildlife and intensely detailed ocean life to contemporary, modern and traditional designs creating unique one of a kind art glass. All of her designs are created by hand, an intricate detailed process she shares with her devoted students.

Agglomeration in Blue 14”w x 24”h, Fused and Slumped Glass in a Metal Stand, $1295

Sushi for Two 5”w x 12”h, 4.5”w x 4.5”h, 2.75”w x 2.75”h, Fused and Slumped Glass, $300

Ice Cream Bowl Set 5.5” Diameter, Fused Glass, $300 With Bill Jones

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Soups On - Set of 2 with stainless steel spoons 10” Diameter, Fused & Slumped Glass, $300 Purchase

And on That Note 14”w x 21”h, Fused Vitrigraph Glass, $895

Flowers in Bloom 14”w x 21”h, Fused Vitrigraph Glass and Frit, $795

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Eduardo Gomez

On Eagle’s Wings 29.5”w x 30”h x 14.5”d, Cast Bronze, $24,324

Boudicca 17”w x 19”h x 10”d, Cast Bronze, $9,795

Breakthrough 6”w x 17.5”h x 7”d, Cast Bronze, $7,730

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Eduardo Gomez Rojas is a working figurative sculptor and teacher.

Born in Colombia, he came to the U.S. as a young man, and graduated from the University of Wisconsin in Milwaukee, where he obtained a BA and MA degree. He later completed his post-baccalaureate studies in Sculpture at the University of Arkansas, and joined the graduate program. His professional studio is located in Jensen Beach. “Eduardo Gomez: Silent Messages”, a book about his work, was published in 2009. The book is currently available on Amazon. His work’s recognized qualities are force and passion. He has exhibited in nationally juried shows such as the Loveland Sculpture Show, in Loveland, Colorado, as well as local museums in Arkansas and Florida. Eduardo specializes in public and private commissions. His work is collected internationally. Two of his public sculptures can be seen locally at the Distinguished Service Memorial Park in Stuart, Florida.

Danseur Royal 18”w x 11”h x 8”d, Cast Bronze, $9,370

Frankly…Frank 5.25”w x 7.5”h x 5”d, Cast Bronze, $6,213

Desiree 7.5”w x 6”h x 20.5”d, Cast Bronze, $7,730

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The Begginning 12”w x 15”h x 6”d, Fired Clay, $3,207

La Fuente 14”w x 10.5”h x 7.5”d, Bonded Marble, $4,509

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The Musician “Lil Stumpy” 6”w x 13”h x 6”d, Porcelain, $225

The Musician “Lily Bee” 6”w x 15”h x 6”d, Porcelain, $250

Set of 4 Tumblers 3.25”w x 4.5”h, Porcelain, $75

Jay Hatfield

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Jay Hatfield has a Bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts with a concentration in Ceramics from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale. He has been working with clay for over twenty years and has over ten years of teaching experience.

His main focus over the years has been functional pottery made from porcelain on the potter’s wheel. He also enjoys hand building, and thrown and altered pots.

Mr. Hatfield values color, movement, and rhythm in his work, and has an extensive appreciation for the endless possibilities that clay has to offer. He is a veteran of the Gulf War, with a background working as a fine dining chef. Hatfield is married and has two teenage daughters and a son in elementary school.

Piano Key Vase #1 5.5”w x 13”h, Porcelain, $175

Piano Key Vase #2 6”w x 12”h, Porcelain, $175

Piano Key Vase #3 7”w x 12.5”h, Porcelain, $175

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Contemporary Platter 1 17”diameter x 1.75”depth, Porcelain, $200

Contemporary Platter 2 18”diameter x 2.75”depth, Porcelain, $225

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Black Dotted Necklace Pendant 2”w x 1.75”h x 0.375”d, Length 18” Glass, hematite, & sterling, $250

Blue Necklace Pendant 4”w x 3.8”h x 2.25”d, Length 18” Glass & sterling, $750

Lisa Johnson

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Lisa Johnson is the Director of Jewelry & Metalsmithing and Fiber & Textiles at The Lighthouse ArtCenter in Tequesta, FL. After receiving her B.F.A. from Miami University and M.F.A. from Indiana University in Metalsmithing & Jewelry Design, she was awarded an Artist-In-Residence at Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts. She exhibits art and conducts workshops nationally. Recent publications featuring her work include Making Glass Jewelry, Metalsmith Magazine Exhibition in Print, On Body and Soul: Contemporary Armor to Amulets, 500 Necklaces, Humor in Craft, 500 Prints on Clay, New Earrings, and 500 Jewelry Designs.

Gold Crackle Ring 1 1”w x 1.0625”h x 0.25”d, Size 7.25 Sterling & Infused Silver Glass, $250

Blue Ring 1.125”w x 1.5”h x 0.375”d, Size 7.5 Sterling & Infused CZ Glass, $325

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Gold Crackle Ring 2 0.875”w x 1.25”h x 0.31”d, Size 7 Sterling & Infused Silver Glass, $325

Glass Ring 0.75”w x 1.125”h x 0.25”d, Size 6.75 Sterling & Glass with Copper and Sterling, $220

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Barbara Powell

Raku #6 6”w x 7”h x 6”d Low Fired Raku Stoneware, $75

Raku #2 8.5’w x 6.5”h x 8.5”d Low Fired Raku Stoneware, $150

Raku #5 6”w x 6”h x 6”d Low Fired Raku Stoneware, $75

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Originally from Western Massachusetts, Barbara Powell received her B.A. from Smith College and her Master’s from the University of Rhode Island. While her professional career focused on environmental protection and water policy, she now follows her passion of all things clay while enjoying the south Florida art scene. Barbara previously served as a director for the Wellington Art Society in Wellington FL. and Woman in the Visual Arts in Boca Raton, FL. Currently, she is a member of the Ceramic League of the Palm Beaches, The Lighthouse ArtCenter, The Armory Art Center and the Cultural Council for Palm Beach County. Together with her husband Jerry, she offers Raku workshops at the Lighthouse ArtCenter in Tequesta Florida along with wheel-throwing classes at the City of Palm Beach Gardens and hand-building classes at the Wycliffe Golf & Country Club.

Raku #7 6”w x 8”h x 6”d Low Fired Raku Stoneware, $175

Saggar#4 4.5”w x 6.5”h x 4.5”d Low Fired Saggar Porcelain, $150

Saggar#2 6”w x 5.5”h x 6”d Low Fired Saggar Porcelain, $175

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Saggar#5 5”w x 6.5”h x 5”d Low Fired Saggar Porcelain, $125

Saggar#7 7”w x 4.5”h x 7”d Low Fired Saggar Porcelain, $150

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Fragment #5 9”w x 8”h x 9”d, Porcelain, $1,200

Fragment #6 9”w x 9”h x 9”d, Porcelain, $1,200

Fragment #8 5”w x 5”h x 5”d Porcelain, $600

Chad Steve

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Chad Steve was born and raised in Lake Mills, Wisconsin. He received his BFA from the University of Wisconsin-Stout. In 2009, he moved to Hawaii and received his MFA from University of Hawaii at Manoa. While living there he worked at the University as an adjunct professor and a lab technician. Chad has instructed at a variety of institutions such as Hawaii Potter’s Guild, Honolulu Art Museum, Montana University, and Western Montana University. Concerned with Innovation and function, Chad treats each piece as a small sculpture. With consideration of line, mass and balance, he finds an arrangement that displays a strong visual presence within each piece. Constructing both sculptural and utilitarian ceramics, Chad is most intrigued by the way we connect and interact with objects in our daily lives.

Fragment #9 6”w x 6”h x 6”d, Porcelain, $600

Fragment #11 5”w x 6”h x 5”d, Porcelain, $600

Fragment #12 15”w x 16”h x 15”d, Porcelain, $5,500

Chad Steve is the director of the Ceramics Department at the Lighthouse ArtCenter.

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Fragment #13 6”w x 6”h x 6”d, Porcelain, $600

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Maria Tritico Maria Tritico was born and raised outside of Houston, Texas. She received her BFA from Texas State University in Photography and in Studio Art with an Emphasis in Metals/Jewelry before receiving her Masters of Art in Art Therapy at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Maria exhibits in local, national and international art exhibitions and has worked in a variety of settings that span all age ranges and population types including assisted living/skilled nursing care, youth, adolescent, and adult classes and incarceration. Maria is currently the Director of Education at the Lighthouse ArtCenter in Tequesta, FL. Maria’s work connects the implied lines in nature with the implied patterns found in architecture and construction materials. Through the merging of these influences Maria creates abstracted geometric-based line drawings in silver using clean, clear lines fabricated with square wire. Each piece is designed to be viewed in both the flat 2 dimensional plane, when displayed on the wall while also taking on a new life on the body, challenging the traditional ideas of how jewelry should be worn and creating a new architectural landscape of the body.

Cable Bridge Brooch 10”w x 8”h, Sterling, $3,500

Skyscraper Necklace 8”w x 20”L, Sterling, $3,800

Daisy Half Circle Necklace Pendant 2.5”w x 2”h, Sterling, $250

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Finial Necklace Pendant 2”w x 2.5”h, Sterling, $350

Cinderblock Necklace 1”w x 16”L, Sterling, $1,500

Daisy Diamond Necklace Pendant 2.25”w x 1.75”h, Sterling, $275

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Asymmetrical Hoop Earrings 2” Diameter, Sterling, $350

Asymmetrical Hoop Earrings 2.25” Diameter, 18K Vermeil & Sterling, $550

Asymmetrical Octagonal Hoop Earrings 2.25” Diameter, Sterling, $450

Stacked Cinderblock Earrings 0.75”w x 2.5”h, Sterling, $250

Small Daisy Earrings 1.5”w x 2”h, Sterling, $350

Stacked Daisy Cinderblock Earrings 1”w x 2”h, Sterling, $250

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The following pages show artwork received from generous donors with the understanding that these are offered for sale and 100% of the proceeds will be used to benefit the Lighthouse ArtCenter.

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John Lee Fitch 1836-1895

Landscape painter, John Lee Fitch is known for forest scenes. He began his art education under Julius Busch and George F. Wright in Hartford before going to Europe from 1855 to 1859. Upon his return, Fitch worked in Hartford until 1866 when he settled permanently in New York City. He painted in the White Mountains with Winslow Homer and Homer D. Martin. In 1866, he painted in the heart of the Adirondacks in Keene Valley, NY.

Woodland Waterfall 42”w x 49”h, Oil , $15,000

c. 1868

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Signed and dated by artist, lower left

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Mark T. Smith

While living in New York City during the 1980s, Mark T. Smith made his living as an iconoclastic artist known for his highly recognizable paintings. Corporate patronage helped Smith become an increasingly recognizable figure in the crowded New York City art world, and his patrons included the likes of MTV, Pepsi, AT&T, Budweiser, VH-1, Walt Disney Co, and many more. The distinctiveness of Smith’s work culminated in the national Absolut Vodka campaign in 1996, entitled “Absolut Smith.” His artwork is on display in the U.S. and abroad, including all the major contemporary art fairs. Smith’s work has been seen in major motion pictures and in global campaigns such as the poster design commissioned by the United States Olympic Team for the 2008 Beijing Olympics.

Son Of Apollo

c. 2009-2010

138.25”w x 75”h, Mixed media, $15,000

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Purvis Young 1943-2010

Bathers 12”w x 15”h, Ballpoint pen and marker on paper, $5,000

c. 1985

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In 2018, Purvis Young was inducted into the Florida Artist Hall of Fame.

In 2019, Young’s work was shown in the Venice Biennale.

Born in Miami’s Liberty City neighborhood, visual artist Purvis Young is most associated with the Overtown neighborhood where he settled in the 1960s. A major figure in the world of “Outsider Art,” his work may be found in the collections of the American Folk Art Museum, the Corcoran Gallery of Art, the High Museum of Art, the National Museum of African American History and Culture, and the Philadelphia Museum of Art, as well as Overtown’s Black Archives History and Research Foundation of South Florida, among many others. A prolific creator, Young served three years in prison as a teenager, where he began drawing and studying art books from the prison library. “I didn’t have nothing going for myself,” he said. “That’s the onliest thing I could mostly do. I was just looking through art books, looking at guys painting their feelings.” His work, highly influenced by Western art history, is colorful and vibrant, often serving as social critique and a call to action for social justice. Young painted and drew on a multiplicity of objects including found wood, discarded cardboard, doors, old utility bills, and printed pages from books. His installation Good Bread Alley consisted of multiple works affixed to the walls of a vacant alley in Overtown. Artworks were often sold or removed, then replaced with new works, and the installation/mural soon attracted the attention of the media and Bernard Davis, owner of the Miami Art Museum, who became an early patron, providing art supplies to the artist.

Crowd at Railway Station 16”w x 31.5”h, Mixed media on board, $13,000

c. 1985

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Pick Up Game 13.5”w x 20.5”h, Mixed media on paper/board, $4,000

Riot 11”w x 18”h, House paint on wood, $8,000

Parade Float with Crowd 14”w x 19”h, Mixed media on plastic, $13,000

Saturday Night 28.5”w x 14.5”h, Mixed media on board, $9,000

c. 1985

c. 1985

c. 1985

c. 1982

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Two Sailing at Sunrise 18”w x 21”h, House paint on board, $13,000

Tall Figure Under Storm Cloud 8.25”w x 18”h, House paint on board, $5,000

Birds with Snake 10.5”w x 12.5”h, House paint on paper, $6,000

Parade 30.5”w x 14”h, Mixed media assemblage on board, $13,000 c. 1992

c. 1985

c. 1985

c. 1985

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