Flora and Fauna

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Part II Presented at University Place Gallery
June 30 – September 3, 2016Reception | Friday, July 8, 5-7pm

Gallery Hours
University Place Gallery| Mon – Fri, 9am-5pm, Sat 9am-1pm

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Prizes presented at the Kathryn Schultz Gallery 6:30pm
Awards presented by | Ali Ringenburg, Sloane Merrill Gallery | Denise Jillson & Bill Manley, Harvard Square Business Association | Diana Janec, Cambridge Office of Tourism

Cambridge Art Association is also so pleased to team up with local florists, Central Square Florist and Wild Folk Studio, who generously will be donating a floral arrangement that reflects one of the submitted pieces of artwork (our own version of art and bloom)! Come see the results during the opening reception, Friday July 8th!

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Pick Up at the Location your artwork is Presented In
University Place Gallery
– Tuesday, September 6, 11am-5pm

“Flora and fauna refer to plant and wildlife, respectively. The term is often used to refer to the indigenous plant and wildlife of a geographical region. Both are collective terms, referring to groups of plant or wildlife specific to a region or a time period. For example, the flora and fauna of a warm region may consist of tropical to warm-temperate vegetation and exotic species of birds.”

Artwork Presented at University Place Gallery

Pesya Altman Trap Island #1 Mixed media on Canvas 30×40″ $1,700
Lale Berke Jenkins Bark Pattern #1 Digital photography 18×24″ $300
Cynthia Brody Sisters of the Forest Mixed-acrylic, photo, colored pencil, tissue 30×24″ $1,900
Jane Coder White Flower and Fern Acrylic on canvas 36×36″ $2000.
Daniella Courban Rest Pencil and ink 11×41″ NFS
Harper J Dangler Devil’s Paintbrush in Vermont Watercolor on paper 18×24″ $800
Danza Davis Dependence (Monarch and Milkweed) Acrylic 24×36″ $1,700
Taylord dezeme Above and Under Acrylic and oil on canvas 30×40″ $2,500
Erik Gehring Common Honeylocust Photograph: archival pigment print 24×30″ $550
Ellen Griffin Crab Bed Archival print photograph 20×20″ $325
Helen Hankin Floral Meditation Watercolor 10×10″ $175
Sirarpi Heghinian-Walzer Dialogue with Nature Mixed media on burlap 32×40″ $2800
Linda Clayton Hicks Roadrunner Oil on canvas 15.5×32″ NFS
Mary Hilt Midsummer’s Fairy Garden Watercolor 23×22″ $900
Linda Hoetink Dripping Flowers 1 Mixed media 19’x24″ $650
Wilson Hunt Imagined Flora Acrylic gouache on yupo 26 x 34″ $1500
Youngsheen A. Jhe On Your Path Oil on canvas 36×18″ $2,800
Jim kociuba Ripple Metallic acrylic and pumice on canvas 36x48x1″ $3,600
Bonnie Lerner After Monet Monotype 24×36″ $600
Ruth Lieberherr Red & Purple Oil 24×30″ $850
John Maciejowski Color Riot Mixed 42×40″ $1,500
Ricardo Maldonado Magnolias on Blue Acrylic on canvas 24×30″ $850
Gourgen Manoukian Still Life Oil on canvas 40’x30” $5,500
Kimberly Meuse French Lilacs & Silver Watercolor 24×31″ $4,300
Lelio Nicolas Confusion Acrylic on canvas 30×24″ $ 700
Iris Osterman Fallen Oil on canvas 32×48″ $2,000
Daniela Pasqualini Nature obsession Mixed media 24×30″ $1,200
Walter Phillips Alstromeria Archival ink jet print 17×12.5″ $600
Julia Powell A Rising Oil on canvas 36×24″ $3,500
Zev Rejman Mountain Horse Mixed media 28×18″ $ 1600
Judy Robinson-Cox Orchid Painters Photograph 20×27″ $400
Tom Robinson-Cox Gold Rush Photograph and archival ink print 21×27″ $400
Evan Rosenberg Flowers of India Acrylic and molding paste 30×30″ $750
Anne Russell Sentinel Charcoal on paper 23×31″ $500
Barbara Swanson The Mystical Blue Delphinium Watercolor 28×33″ $1,600
James C. Varnum Spring Exploration Watercolor 24×32″ $600
Nancy Wood Big Blue Oil on canvas 30″x30″ $400