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OFF THE WALLS

October 21-December 16, 2017

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Robert Angeloch, Connemara Rocks
Oil, 1968, 20 x 30
Courtesy of Gail Godwin

Robert Angeloch, June
Oil, 1975, 30 x 40
Collection of Elizabeth Broad and Mary Yelenick

George Ault, Saint Luke’s, New York
Graphite, 1925, 12 x 8
Courtesy Woodstock Artists Association & Museum,
Gift of Sondra and Alan Siegel
Frances Basch, Monhegan Mist
Watercolor, 1993, 5.5 x 7.5
Estate of Frances Rhea Basch
Frances Basch, Mountain Laurel at Magic Meadow
Monotype, 1996, 8 x 6.5
Estate of Frances Rhea Basch

George Bellows, Artists’ Evening (At Petitpas)

Lithograph, 1916, 8.75 x 12.25

Courtesy of Barbara and Bob Bachner

George Bellows, The Plaid Shawl (Portrait of Emma at 39)
Lithograph (imp. Bolton Brown, 1923), 13.25 x 9.5
Courtesy of Barbara and Bob Bachner
Mary Buckley, Cheering the Race
Oil, undated, 30 x 30
Courtesy of K. L. McKenna
Nicholas Buhalis, Bottles
Oil, undated, 12 x 14
Courtesy of K. L. McKenna
John F. Carlson, Eventide
Oil, c. 1915, 4.25 x 6.5
Courtesy Phyllis and Joseph DePaul
Frank Swift Chase, Wooden Pouchade Box
c. 1950, 6.5 x 4.25 x 2
Courtesy Phyllis and Joseph DePaul
Eduardo Chavez, untitled
Bronze, 1980, 17 x 21 x 10
Courtesy the van Rijn Family
Eduardo Chavez, Summer Storm
Acrylic, 1973, 24 x 24
Courtesy the van Rijn Family
C. D. Clarke, Flats Talk
Watercolor, 1998, 10 x 14
Courtesy of Richard Strain
Florence Ballin Cramer, Woodstock Farmhouse
Oil, c. 1920s, 14.5 x 17.5
Courtesy Gordon Taylor (Aileen Cramer Collection)
Konrad Cramer, Florence Ascending a Staircase
Gelatin/Silver print, c. 1920s, 20 x 16
Courtesy Katherine and Gordon Taylor
Konrad Cramer, Rick Farm
Oil, c. 1920s, 15 x 20
Courtesy Gordon Taylor (Aileen Cramer Collection)
Julio de Diego, Ring
Gold, undated, 1” dia.
Courtesy Phyllis and Joseph DePaul
Julio de Diego, Portrait of Nathaniel Cowen
Charcoal/ink, c. 1930, 19 x 12
Courtesy Woodstock Artists Association & Museum,
Estate of Florence Cowen
Julio de Diego, Silver Cross
undated, 2 x 1.5
Courtesy Phyllis and Joseph DePaul
Ernest Fiene, Fishing Scene
Oil, 1922, 16 x 12
From the Collection of Carol Davis
Paul Fiene, Cat
Terra-cotta, c. 1930, 6 x 2.25 x 3.25
Courtesy Woodstock Artists Association & Museum, Gift of Sara Mazo Kuniyoshi
Karl Fortess, American Lemons
Oil, 1986, 10.5 x 27.25
Courtesy Woodstock Artists Association & Museum, Estate of Karl Fortess
Emil Ganso, Burlesque
Colored pencil/ink, 1929, 11.5 x 8.5
Courtesy Phyllis and Joseph DePaul
Harry Gottlieb, Untitled (Reclining Bull)
Charcoal/wash, c. 1930, 11.5 x 13.5
Courtesy Woodstock Artists Association & Museum,
Gift of Sara Mazo Kuniyoshi
Carolyn Haeberlin, Early Morning
Acrylic, 1977, 9.5 x 13.5
Courtesy Woodstock School of Art,
Estate of Carolyn Haeberlin and Reginald Wilson
Albert Heckman, Storage Tanks
Lithograph, 1937, 9.5 x 14.5
Courtesy Woodstock Artists Association & Museum,
Gift of Sara Mazo Kuniyoshi
Wilna Hervey, Central Park
Gouache, 1954, 5 x 6
From the Collection of Carol Davis
Hiroshige III, Two Women
Woodblock print, 1883, 14 x 9.5
Collection of Rosemary and Edgar Villchur
Tjibbe Hooghiemstra, Untitled
Mixed media, c. 2005, 32 x 24
Collection of Joanna Katz and Jeff Roth
Alfred Hutty, At the Edge of the Cliff
Etching/drypoint, undated, 12 x 11
Collection of Sondra and Alan Siegel
Diana Jackson, Belted Pig
Oil, 1992, 14 x 18
Courtesy of Richard Strain
Itō Jakuchū, Rooster and Hen with Hydrangeas
Woodblock print, early 20th century, 15 x 8
Collection of Rosemary and Edgar Villchur
Jane Jones, Portrait of Romy
Oil, 1985, 20 x 18
Courtesy of the Jane and Wendell Jones Family
Jane Jones, Self-Portrait
Oil, c. 1970s, 11.5 x 9.5
Courtesy of the Jane and Wendell Jones Family
Wendell Jones, Kingston Street
Oil, c. 1944, 9.5 x 11.5
Courtesy of the Jane and Wendell Jones Family
Marcel Jovine, Grand Central Galleries
Gold-plated bronze, 1982, 3” dia.
The Walter Leighton Clark Fund, Courtesy Phyllis and Joseph DePaul
Robert Kipniss, Incandescence
Lithograph, undated, 5 x 4
Collection of Frances and Hans Gerngross
Idabelle Kleinhans, Portrait of John
Oil, c. 1954, 32 x 24
Courtesy Paula Nelson and John Kleinhans
Georgina Klitgaard, Study for New Year
Watercolor, c. 1930, 8.5 x 11
From the Collection of Carol Davis

Yasuo Kuniyoshi, Landscape
Oil, 1921, 14 x 10
Courtesy Woodstock Artists Association & Museum,
Gift of Sara Mazo Kuniyoshi

Roy Lichtenstein, Pistol
Serigraph, 1968, 15 x 8.5
Collection of Frances and Hans Gerngross
Gisela Komor Lindenfeld, Portrait of Paula
Oil, 1959, 23 x 19.5
Courtesy Paula Nelson and John Kleinhans
Carl Eric Linden, Swedish Girl
Oil, 1895, 7.5 x 4.5
Courtesy Phyllis and Joseph DePaul
Eugene Ludins, Birds
Oil, 1948, 44 x 32
Courtesy of Barbara and Bob Bachner
Jenne Magafan, Child Playing
Casein, 1948, 11 x 14
Courtesy Woodstock Artists Association & Museum,
Gift of Florence and Nathaniel Cowen
Richard McDaniel, Catskill Pond
Graphite, 1985, 13 x 20
Courtesy of Richard Strain
Tomas Penning, Bird
Bluestone, wood base, c. 1940s, 16 x 2.25 x 2.25
Collection of Jane Axel
Anton Refregier, Opus 40
Serigraph, 1978, 9 x 13
Collection of Frances and Hans Gerngross
Charles Rosen, Rondout
Oil, c. 1935, 32 x 40
Courtesy Katherine and Gordon Taylor
Charles Rosen, Study for Rondout
Oil, c. 1935, 16 x 20
Courtesy Katherine and Gordon Taylor
Andrée Ruellan, Three Women
Sugarlift Aquatint, c. 1950s, 7.25 x 9.25
Courtesy of Barbara and Bob Bachner
John Singer Sargent, Grand Central Galleries Poster
Letterpress, c. 1923, 13 x 10
The Walter Leighton Clark Fund,
Courtesy Phyllis and Joseph DePaul
Lilian Wells Schofield, Pewter Charger
Pewter, c. 1908, 16” dia.
Collection of Elizabeth Broad and Mary Yelenick
John Sloan, Washday
Oil, c. 1920s, 7.5 x 5.5
Courtesy Phyllis and Joseph DePaul
Hannah Small, Classical Figurine
Papier-mâché with silver leaf, c. 1960s, 11 x 3.5 x 3.5
Courtesy of the Jane and Wendell Jones Family
Nancy Summers, Landscape with Mountain
Charcoal, c. 1980s, 14 x 17
Courtesy Woodstock Artists Association & Museum, Estate of Jane Axel
Anna Ticho, Mountains near Jerusalem
Lithograph, 1972, 19 x 15
Courtesy Joanna Katz and Jeff Roth
Eva van Rijn, Portrait of J. C. van Rijn
Drawing, c. 1980s, 26 x 19
Courtesy the van Rijn Family
Edgar Villchur, Set Design for Prometheus Bound
Watercolor, c. 1930s, 6.75 x 10
Collection of Rosemary and Edgar Villchur
Rosemary Villchur, Cat and Shawl
Ink/wash, c. 1980s, 13.5 x 11.5
Collection of Rosemary and Edgar Villchur
Reginald Wilson, Quiet Beach
Acrylic, c. 1972, 14 x 24
Courtesy Woodstock School of Art,
Estate of Carolyn Haeberlin and Reginald Wilson
Jean Wrolsen, Seal’s Lair
Watercolor, c. 1970s, 8.5 x 11
Courtesy Paula Nelson and John Kleinhans

ABOUT

One of the pleasures of visiting friends in their homes is the opportunity to look at personal art collections. It is a special privilege to see artwork “at home” and to talk with collectors about pictures they have chosen to live with and admire daily.

Gathered in this exhibition at the Woodstock School of Art – and for many of us the school is home – is work from the collections of some of our special friends, our Patrons. There are many hundreds of people who have given their support and friendship over more than four decades. The school would not be here without their financial and personal support. At the WSA, Patrons are those who have demonstrated their confidence in the WSA by their extraordinary financial gifts. With their consent, we honor Patrons by placing their names on the WSA’s Patrons Wall.

We are grateful to our Patrons who generously share the bounty of their love of art with WSA friends, benefactors and the public.

Paula Nelson and John Kleinhans
Woodstock, NY, 2017

PARTICIPATING PATRONS

JANE AXEL
BARBARA and BOB BACHNER
FRANCES RHEA BASCH
ELIZABETH BROAD and MARY YELENICK
THE WALTER LEIGHTON CLARK FUND
FLORENCE and NATHANIEL COWEN
AILEEN CRAMER
CAROL DAVIS

PHYLLIS and JOSEPH DePAUL
KARL FORTESS
FRANCES and HANS GERNGROSS
GAIL GODWIN
CAROLYN HAEBERLIN and REGINALD WILSON THE JANE and WENDELL JONES FAMILY
JOANNA KATZ and JEFF ROTH
THE YASUO KUNIYOSHI FUND

KATHARINE L. McKENNA
PAULA NELSON and JOHN KLEINHANS
SONDRA and ALAN SIEGEL
RICHARD C. STRAIN
KATHERINE and GORDON TAYLOR
THE J. C. VAN RIJN FAMILY
ROSEMARY and EDGAR VILLCHUR
JEAN WROLSEN

THE CURATORS

Paula Nelson and John Kleinhans are artists who have been associated with the Woodstock School of Art since the school’s founding. Nelson, a former board president, has been a part of the school since its beginning and was registrar for many years. Both have been students, volunteers, exhibitors, program directors, and have served on the Board of Directors, holding various positions until the present time.

Nelson and Kleinhans previously worked together as curators at the WSA for five exhibitions, as well as one at the Woodstock Artists Association and Museum. They ran the WSA Saturday Artists Slide Lecture Series for 25 years, and were administrators for the WSA Artists Residency Program and the WSA National and Regional Competition Exhibitions.

They have both been involved with several other arts organizations in Woodstock for decades as exhibitors, volunteers, and officers.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

This exhibition has been realized largely through the effort and support of many individuals and organizations, most notably the Patrons, who have given generously of their time. Among the many others who have helped in this endeavor, we heartily thank the following: James Cox, Joe DePaul, Emily Jones, Janice LaMotta and the Woodstock Artists Association and Museum, Kathy Longyear, Tad Richards, Cornelia Rosenblum, Ed and Miriam Sanders, Derin Tanyol and the Woodstock Byrdcliffe Guild.

Our thanks would not be complete without recognizing the patience, encouragement and hard work of the Woodstock School of Art staff: Nina Doyle, Mizuyo Aburano, Eric Angeloch, Mandara Calderon and Steve Hewitt.