THE WINNER IS...
Thank you to everyone who came and voted and enjoyed our Autumn Soirée in October at the President's House. A special thank you to President Roth and Professor Weil for opening their home and also to Professor of Music Neely Bruce for the beautiful piano music throughout the celebration.
Three beautiful and unique pieces were selected by curator Clare Rogan for attendees to vote on at our Autumn Soirée:
James Siena (American, born 1957)
Recursive Lighthouse Variation
Lithograph in 13 colors from 12 plates and one stone
Published by Universal Limited Art Editions (ULAE)
Graciela Iturbide (Mexican, born 1942)
(Angel Woman, Sonora Desert
Gelatin silver Print
Herbert Matter (Swiss, 1907-1984)
, c. 1944
Vintage gelatin silver print
The piece with the most votes and to be purchased by the Friends to add to the collection this year was Iturbide's Mujer Angel. Next month: Learn more about this piece from curator Clare Rogan.
For those who were not able to make it, please let us know if you are interesting in purchasing one of the souvenir CDs from the evening for $15 with American Parlor Music selected by Neely Bruce to accompany the Alsop House along with the Audio Tour produced in 2009 with the assistance of Professor Andrew Szegedy-Maszak, curator Clare Rogan, and FDAC President Mariah Reisner. Please email email@example.com
if you are interested.