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AUDACIOUS: The Fine Art of Wood from the Montalto Bohlen Collection

Thursday, February 26, 2015  
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Showcases one of the world's finest contemporary wood art collections with more than 100 singular works. On view February 21 to June 21, 2015.

 

The exhibition features the work of more than 75 artists many of which are AAW members: Michael Bauermeister, Derek Bencomo, Jerry Bennett, Trent Bosch, Mark Bressler, Michael Brolly, Christian Burchard, R. W. Butts, Marilyn Campbell, Galen Carpenter, Robert Chatelain, Kip Christensen, Hunt Clark, Robert Cutler, Dick Codding, Donald Derry, Dennis Elliott, David Ellsworth, Terry Evans, Ron Fleming, Dewey Garrett, Ron Gerton, Giles Gilson, Matt Hatala, Stephen Hatcher, Peter Hromek, Robert Howard, Todd Hoyer, Stephen Hughes, William Hunter, Arthur Jones, Ted Knight, Michael Lee, Melvin & Mark Lindquist, Melvin Lindquist, Cliff Lounsbury, Alain Mailland, Barry Macdonald, Dean Malcolm, Ruediger Marquarding, Hugh McKay, Hal Metlitzky, Elisabeth Mezières, David Mobley, Michael Mode, Eucled Moore/Kazi Studio, John Morris, Stuart Mortimer, Philip Moulthrop, Rolly Munro, Mark Nadeau, Dale Nish, David Nittman, Stephen Paulsen, Michael James Peterson, Benjamin Planitzer, Binh Pho, Joey Richardson, Marc Ricourt, Margaret Salt, Betty J. Scarpino, Lincoln Seitzman, Brad Sells, David Sengel, Mark Sfirri, Steven Sherman, Steven Sinner, Jack Slentz, Fraser Smith, Greg S. Smith, Hayley Smith, Souphom & Souphong Manikhong, Alan Stirt, Bob Stocksdale, Frank Sudol, Frank Sudol and Cam Merkle, Curt Theobald with Binh Pho, Grant Vaughn, Jacques Vesery, Derek Weidman, Hans Weissflog, Jack Wohlstadter, John Wooller, and Malcolm Zander.


  • Peabody Essex Museum - Dodge Gallery 2, East India Square, 161 Essex Street, Salem, MA 01970-3783.Phone: 978-745-9500, 866-745-1876
 
  Betty Scarpino (above) stands next to her sculpture, Launched, at the opening of "Audacious" exhibit at the Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, Massachusetts. Betty made Launched as a tribute to her son, Samuel; he graduated from high school that year.

Launched, 2002, ash, stained filled with liming wax, egg: poplar, milk paint, 8 3/4" x 44" x 3" (Photo by Malcolm Zander)
 

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