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100 Works on Paper Benefit 2014

Date
May 17, 2014



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Arthur and Baila Celedonia


John McGettrick, Beriah Wall


Karni Dorell, Charlotta Kotik


Right to left: Urs-Rainer von Arx, Käti Moser




Michael Kowalski, Lou Sones


Carmen Kowalski, Mariella Bisson


Florence Neal, Margaret Amos


Sameeh Alderazi, Hannah Tierney


Chris Butterick, Rachel Nackman




Right to left: Henry Chung, Robert Walden


Bobbi Vaughan


Sylvie Shannon


Florence Neal, Dita Amory


Florence Neal, Alanna Heiss


Dustin Yellin, Florence Neal


Healther Strelecki, Florence, Matt Lewis




Reg Flowers and Chris Hammett




Danielle and Chris McConnell


Katie Dixon, Alanna Heiss, Dustin Yelllin




Carmen Kowalski, Alanna Heiss


Dita Amory's memorial tribute to Martha Beck, Founder of The Drawing Center (1977)


Honoree gifts: Kentler Pencils in a hand-blown glass by Pier Glass


Reg Flowers, Master of Ceremonies and Sallie Mize


Katie Dixon and Richard Flemming with new artwork


Sallie Mize, Reg Flowers, Master of Ceremonies


Ruth Wetzel, Ilene Sunshine


Scott Pfaffman receiving a new artwork


Jim and Bobbi Vaughan with Sascha Chavchavazde and her work


Caitlin Cassaro wins raffle


Robert Cole with work by Harriet Zucker


Reg Flowers calls the last ticket number


David Gubits with the winning bid for an Ernst Benkert drawing


David Ambrose



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Benefit Program / Click image to look inside

About the event

100 WORKS ON PAPER BENEFIT
MAY 17, 6pm

Meet the Artists Reception: Friday, April 12, 6-9pm
Viewing: April 12 - May 11 / Thursday - Sunday, 12 - 5pm
BENEFIT: Thursday, May 17, 6pm

Over 100 Artists generously donated drawings and works on paper for Kentler's 10th Annual Benefit. Proceeds support Kentler's exhibitions and public programs, presenting innovative drawings and works on paper by local, national and international artists.
Link to the Benefit exhibition

Silent Auction artworks by:
Ernst Benkert • Alexander Gorlizki • Kiki Smith • Joan Snyder • Dustin Yellin

Found in Red Hook: Silent Auction featuring unique items and gift certificates
from artisans, businesses, stores and restaurants in Red Hook, Brooklyn.


BENEFIT HONOREES:
Martha Beck - Founder of The Drawing Center (Memorial Tribute)
Alanna Heiss - Founder and Director of Clocktower Productions; Founder and Former Director of MOMA PS1
Dustin Yellin - Artist, Founder and Director of Pioneer Works

BENEFIT COMMITTEE
David Ambrose
Margaret Amos
Holly Block
Jenya Andrianova & Peter Bracichowicz
Holly Shen Chaves
Brandon Holley & John Deley
Heather Strelecki & Christopher Dudley
Katie Dixon & Richard Fleming
Elizabeth Freund
Stephanie Cherry & Robert Hansen
Charlotta Kotik
David Lassen
Matt Lewis
Shannon Lorraine
Danielle & Chris McConnell
Rosemary & John McGettrick
Rachel Nackman
Sarah Ludington & Daric Schlesselman
Kate Arrington & Michael Shannon
Pat & Lou Sones
Mark Van S
Bobbi & Jim Vaughan
Käti Moser & Urs-Rainer von Arx
Martha & Don Wollner
Geoffrey Young

MASTER OF CEREMONIES
Reg Flowers


Kentler Board of Directors
Katie Dixon 
Matt Lewis
Florence Neal
Pat Weber Sones
Heather Strelecki
 
Kentler Advisory Board   
Mariella Bisson
Camille Ann Brewer
Rafael Bueno
Andrea Callard
Beth Caspar
Karni Dorell
Gail Flanery
Susan Newmark Fleminger
Charlotta Kotik
Nene Humphrey
Nancy Manter
Meridith McNeal
Mercedes Vicente

Kentler Program Manager
Sallie Mize  

Executive Director
Florence Neal


Thank you: Artists, Supporters and Sponsors!
Event Photography: Teri Slotkin
Graphic Design: Riveredge Design


All proceeds support Kentler's 2014 Exhibitions & Public Programs,The Kentler Flatfiles, and K.I.D.S. Art Education. Kentler International Drawing Space, founded by two artists in 1990, is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to bringing to the public contemporary drawings and work on paper by emerging and under-recognized national and international artists, and to providing the opportunity to experiment, explore and expand the definition of art in society.