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Recent Art Educator News

2014

John will be presenting two research lectures at the National Art Education Association's Convention in San Diego, March 29-31. The presentations are: The Influence of Problem-based Learning on Drawing Ability; and Creating a Visual Culture online Learning Course From Theory to Research to Practice

2013

John was a reviewer for session proposals for the 2014 Phi Delta Kappa/Future Educators Association National Conference, a subsidiary of Phi Delta Kappa International to be held April 10-12 in Minneapolis, MN.

John has been appointed Alumni Chair for AEX (Walden University), a local chapter of Kappa Delta Pi and looks forward to serving on the Board.

John presented an interactive discussion, "Would Teaching Either Problem-based Learning or Skills-based Learning Significantly Increase Students Drawing Abilities?" which is his dissertation topic, as well as a research lecture, "Revisiting Field Dependence/Independence, Perception, Creativity and Artistic Outcomes" at the 2013 National Art Education Convention in Fort Worth, Texas, March 7-10.

John presented "The Influence of Problem-based Learning on Drawing Ability", a poster session at the Learning and the Brain Conference; "Educating for Creative Minds: Using Brain Science to Ignite Innovation and Imagination", held February 14-16, 2013, San Francisco, CA. This poster session informed participant viewers on the brain-based learning involved in problem-based learning. This is also John Krenik's dissertation topic for his Ph.D. at Walden University.

John Krenik was an Off-site Public Speaking Competition Judges 2013 for Phi Delta Kappa International/Pi Lambda Theta/Future Educators Association® 2013 competitive events in in Orlando, Florida, April 2013.

John applied for and received a $700. grant from Target for bus transportation to bring all of the 6th graders at Nauset Regional Middle School to see the art exhibit "Making Waves" at the Cotuit Center for the Arts, an exhibit sponsored by the Arts Foundation of Cape Cod. The Exhibit is free and open to the public and runs January 7-February 23, 2013.

John received grants totaling $3,300. for Nauset Regional Middle School's 5th Annual Arts Day from the following local cultural councils: Eastham, Brewster, Orleans, and Wellfleet, as well as a grant from the Arts Foundation of Cape Cod. Arts Day theme was "Get Up and Move" and was held January 30, 2013 and featured performances by Oooch, and Eve Costello: Birth of Flamenco from Young Audiences of Massachusetts. Arts Day also featured a laser light show by Prismatic Magic, and 24 different exciting workshops for students to rotate through presented by volunteers, local and regional artists, and NRMS teachers, all happening within a single school day.

2012

John presented "Arts Day: Engaging your Entire School Population in the Arts during an Entire School Day", at "A Hat-full of 21st Century Skills" Fall 2012 Massachusetts Art Education Association Conference at Salem State University November 9-11, 2012. In conjunction with this conference, John exhibited two artworks (see artist blog).

John presented "Arts Day: Engaging your Entire School Population in the Arts during an Entire School Day", as well as a post graduate panel dissertation discussion, "Graduate Student Research Symposium" at the Annual National/Provincial Conference of Canadian Society for Education through Art/Alberta Teachers Association in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada October 25-27, 2012.

John is the recipient of a $3,615. grant in support of " Science and Art Connections at Pleasant Bay" for Nauset Regional Middle School Students by the Friends of Pleasant Bay www.fopb.org for the 2012-2013 school year. The grant will be used to buy electronic anemometers, compasses, hand held magnifiers, Prismacolor Art Stix, flash drives, as well as funds for bus transportation. Students will take 8 different all day field trips to different locations in all four seasons at Pleasant Bay. Students will check wind speed in different locations, use compasses to orient themselves regarding the geographic environment, and draw scientific illustrations of minute structures visible under hand held magnifiers. Students will use art stix to create plein air color drawings of the unique aesthetic areas of Pleasant Bay and will photograph the areas they draw which will be displayed side by side with their plein air drawings.

John volunteered as a panel of reviewers for submissions in the Phi Delta Kappa International April Issue of Classroom Tips, 2012 on the theme of "How do you recognize and respond to signs of possible student abuse/neglect?" "These one-page essays, packed with practical advice, play a critical role in helping teachers improve their practice".

John volunteered as a panel of reviewers for submissions in Phi Delta Kappa International Future Educators of America Projects' Moment Competition, 2012. "The purpose of the FEA Moment Competition is to showcase three students at the FEA National Conference whose FEA experience has been a convincing factor in their decisions to become educators".

John volunteered as part of a panel of reviewers in the Kappa Delta Pi Educational Foundation: Scoring Literacy Alive Projects, 2011-2012. "Literacy Alive is Kappa Delta Pi's signature community service initiative. The purpose of the initiative is is to encourage and promote literacy in communities across the world through programs designed by Kappa Delta Pi members and chapters in their respective areas.

John presented "Arts Day: Engaging Your Entire School Population in the Arts during an Entire School Day" at the National Art Education Convention in New York, NY, March 2, 2012.

John received grants for Nauset Regional Middle School's 4th Annual Arts Day from the following local cultural councils: Eastham, Brewster, Orleans, and Wellfleet, as well as a grant from the Arts Foundation of Cape Cod, and Kappa Delta Pi. This year's Arts Day will be held January 30, 2012 and will feature the following performances from Young Audiences of Massachusetts: Manguito, and Sumaj Chasquis of which parents will be invited. Also a feature workshop by Oooch; STOMP. Arts Day will also feature a laser light show by Prismatic Magic, and 24 different exciting workshops for students to rotate through presented by volunteers, local and regional artists, and NRMS teachers, all happening within a single school day.

2011

John attended the Kappa Delta Pi 100th Anniversary Convocation held at the JW Marriot Hotel in Indianapolis Indiana November 4-5, 2011. He attended business meetings, a President's reception, as well as being honored as a Kappa Delta Pi Teacher of Honor during the General Session on November 4.

John presented "Abstract Art: Appreciation through Personal Experience" at the Annual Massachusetts Art Education Conference, November 12, 2011, Resort and Conference Center, Hyannis, MA.

John Krenik presented "Creativity and Intelligence: What Underlying Influences do Motivation and Attention have on Creativity and Learning?" at the Canadian Society of Education through Art 2011 Conference in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada, October 14, 2011.

John is the recipient of a $3,020. grant in support of "The Pleasant Bay No One Sees" for Nauset Regional Middle School by the Friends of Pleasant Bay www.fopb.org. The grant will be used to buy digital cameras and sketch-notebooks as well as for bus transportation. Students will make 8 different all day field trips to different locations in all four seasons at Pleasant Bay to find, photograph, sketch, create poetry, and write about why the areas they chose are the "Pleasant Bay No One Sees", and back at school students will create artwork inspired by their experience. While in the field, students will also be conducting science and math experiments. Results of this interdisciplinary project will be presented to the community on the evening of May 29, 2012 at 7:00pm in the Nauset Regional Middle School Auditorium, Orleans, MA, and the public will be welcome to attend.

John Krenik presented "Creativity and Intelligence: What Underlying Influences do Motivation and Attention have on Creativity and Learning?" at the 2011 National Art Education Association National Convention in Seattle Washington, March 17-20, 2011.

John Krenik presented "Neuroscience and Creativity: Why Every Art Teacher Should Know How Their Students Think and Create" at the 2011 National Art Education Association National Convention in Seattle Washington, March 17-20, 2011.

John was the recipient of a $1,500. grant in support of Arts Day at Nauset Regional Middle School by the Arts Foundation of Cape Cod www.artsfoundation.org. This Program was in collaboration with Young Audiences of Massachusetts and is supported in part by a grant from the Arts Foundation of Cape Cod www.artsfoundation.org, and the NRMS student Magazine Drive. This Program is also supported in part by grants from The Wellfleet Cultural Council, The Orleans Cultural Council, The Eastham Cultural Council, and the Brewster Cultural Council, all local agencies which are supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency totaling $1,500.00. The Purpose of Arts Day is to increase awareness and appreciation of the arts through collaboration with community organizations and artists in a variety of arts events for the entire school throughout the day. The event was held on January 31, 2011.

2010

John Krenik presented "Neuroscience and Creativity: Why Every Art Teacher Should Know How Their Students Think and Create" at the Fall 2010 Massachusetts Art Education Association Conference hosted by the University of Massachusetts - Amherst on November 13, 2010.

John Krenik presented a poster session "Neurological Functions, Thinking, and Creativity" at the 27th International Learning and the Brain Conference; No Brain Left Behind: Improving Teaching, Testing and Treatment in Cambridge, MA November 19-21, 2010.

John Krenik was named a 2010 Teacher of Honor by Kappa Delta Pi, International Honor Society in Education. As the 23rd recipient of the award this year, Krenik joins a small group of remarkable educators who have been recognized with this honor. Since the Teacher of Honor award was established in the spring of 2008, Kappa Delta Pi has named a select few from around the world as Teachers of Honor. "Great teachers change lives by inspiring students to recognize their gifts and learn how to use them to pursue a worthy dream. John Krenik is one such teacher," said Kappa Delta Pi International President Dr. Nathan Bond. http://www.kdp.org/recognition/tohrecipients.php

John Krenik presented a lecture, "Neurological Functions, Thinking, and Creativity: Gaining a Greater Understanding of How People Think and Create" at the Art/InterFace OSEA/CSEA Conference 2010 on October 16 at the Ontario College of Art and Design, in Toronto, Canada.

John Krenik presented a poster session "Neurological Functions, Thinking, and Creativity" at the National Art Education Convention in Baltimore Maryland, April 14-18, 2010.

2009

John Krenik presented "Neurological Functions, Thinking, and Creativity" at the Massachusetts Art Education Association Fall Conference on Novemver 14, 2009 at UMASS Dartmouth, North Dartmouth, MA.

John Krenik attended the 24th Learning and the Brain Conference on Modern Brains: Enhancing memory and Performance in this Distracting Digital Age, November 20-22, 2009 in Cambridge, MA. John also took a tour of the fMRI brain imaging scanner at the Athinoula A. Martinos Imaging Center, at the MIT labratory of John Gabrieli, PhD.

John Krenik presented a poster session on "Neuroscience, Self Awareness and it's Relation to Art: A Specific Look at Adolescent Neurology", at the Learning and the Brain Conference in Washington, D.C., May 7-9, 2009. John also introduced the guest speakers, Dr. Lawrence Steinberg, and Dr. Robert Epstein for their session, "Teen Brains and Thinking", as well as a scheduled panel discussion immediatly following the lectures.

John Krenik presented "Neuroscience, Self Awareness and it's Relation to Art: A Specific Look at Adolescent Neurology", as well as a poster session on the same topic at the National Art Education Associations' National Convention in Minneapolis, MN in April, 2009.

2008

John Krenik presented "Neuroscience, Self Awareness and it's Relation to Art: A Specific Look at Adolescent Neurology" at the Massachusetts Art Education Association's Fall Conference in Hyannis, MA on November 15, 2008.

John Krenik was named Master Teacher, 2008 by the Massachusetts Department of Education.

John Krenik attended the Learning and the Brain Conference, April 25-29, 2008 at the MIT Faculty Club in Cambridge, MA to learn more about how the latest studies in brain research impacts education.

John helped a colleague and client receive their professional teaching license through Class Measures in 2008.

2007

John Krenik has been named Cambridge Who's Who Professional of the Year in Art Education, 2007.

Introducing 2 new Watercolor Bath Paintings

"Definitive Breakthrough" 32" x 28"

"Cranberry Vista" 27" x 34"

Recent Artist News

2013

Johns watercolor bath painting, "Impediments Denied" was accepted in the Massachusetts Art Educators Associations' "Design for the Future Create Now" exhibit at the CVPA Campus Gallery at UMASS Dartmouth from October 29 through November 9, 2013.

John's watercolor bath painting, "Elsewhere Dream" was accepted in Hawai'i Watercolor Society Open Exhibit held at ARTS as Marks in Honolulu, HI from 9/23/13 through 10/20/13. This painting won the Peggy Hopper and Sunshine Arts Gallery Award.

John's watercolor bath painting, "Making Connections was accepted in the Mississippi Watercolor Society Grand National Exhibition held at the Mississippi Museum of Art in Jackson, MS from 10/5/13 through 1/6/14.

John's watercolor bath paintings, "Making Connections", and "Disparity Always Rules" were accepted in the Massachusetts Art Educator Association's Summer exhibit, "Artists Teaching in Massachusetts" at the Massachusetts State Transportation Building, Boston, MA from 6/17/13 through 9/20/13.

John's watercolor bath painting entitled "Liberation" was accepted in New Mexico Watercolor Societies Spring Members Exhibition in Albuquerque, NM, May 4-26, 2013 and won the Rio Grande Art Association Award of Excellence.

John donated a white line woodcut print entitled "Blue Ginger of Ioa Valley" for the Nauset Regional Middle School Greenhouse Art Auction, April 6, 2013.

John's watercolor bath painting entitled "Making Connections was juried in the New England Watercolor Societies Members exhibit at the Guild of Boston Artists 162 Newbury Street, Boston, MA February 2 -28, 2013.

John had an opening reception for his whiteline woodcut prints and watercolor bath paintings at Cabot House, 266 Main Street, Weymouth, MA 02188, phone: 781 331 6000. The reception was held Saturday, January 19, from 2:00 to 5:00pm.

John's artwork was published in the January 2013 issue 87 of American Art Collector Magazine.

John's watercolor bath painting, "Eating Again", has been juried into the National Collage Societies' Signature Members Exhibition at Mesa Contemporary Arts Museum, Mesa, Arizona, from December 14, 2012 – March 17, 2013. The opening reception is Friday, January 25, NCS members VIP: 5-6; Public: 6-9pm, 2013.

2012

John's watercolor bath paintings, "The Dichotomy of Neurology", and "Construct of the Mind" were juried into Hat full of Art: Annual MAEA Juried Members Exhibition held in the Winfisky Gallery of Art, Ellison Campus Center, at Salem State University, Salem, MA, October 29-November 11, 2012. The Artist Reception, Wednesday, November 7, 2 pm.

John's watercolor bath painting, "Dare to Cross" was juried into "Gender in Art" at the Cotuit Center for the Arts, September 8 - October 13, 2012.

The School of Art at Kent State University in partnership with the National Collage Society has added to their permanent collection; "Red Rock West", a watercolor bath painting by John Krenik.

"Elsewhere Dream" a watercolor bath painting was juried by Jon Friedman and Maggie Van Sciver into "Portraits" at the Cotuit Center for the Arts, Cotuit, MA, June 16- July 22, 2012

"An Experience" a watercolor bath painting was juried into "Art Educators of Massachusetts", Massachusetts Art Educators Association summer juried exhibit, on the second floor of the State Transportation Building in Boston, MA, June 16-September 14, 2012.

John's watercolor bath painting, "Lunch at the National Gallery" was accepted in the "Wild Things" annual juried major exhibit at the Cotuit Center for the Arts, Cotuit, MA, January 9-February 10, 2012 sponsored by the Arts Foundation of Cape Cod.

John's watercolor bath Paintings, "Feline Sensation", and "Dining with Dina" was in the "Creativity Flows" Exhibit at the Cultural Center of Cape Cod, South Yarmouth, MA, sponsored by the Cape Cod And Islands Educators Association, January 24- February 12, 2012.

2011

John's white line woodcut print, "Seaside Road in Truro" is exhibited at The Cape Cod And Islands Educators Association exhibit at the Centerville Historical Museum from September 30-November 26, 2011. www.centervillehistoricalmuseum.org

John's watercolor bath painting, "Entwineation" was accepted at the Cotuit Center For The Arts Juried Exhibit, "Exploring the Dark Side", October 5-November 14, 2011.

John's watercolor bath painting, "Along the Ditch" won an honorable mention prize in the Mississippi Watercolor Society's 26th Grande National Exhibit, October 2-December 31, 2011 held at the Mississippi Museum of Art.

John's watercolor bath painting; "An Experience" was accepted at the National Collage Society's 27th Annual Juried exhibit running online from November 1, 2011 to October 31, 2012 @ http://www.nationalcollage.com/exhibitions/current.html

John's watercolor bath painting; "An Experience" was accepted at the Copley Society of Art's www.copleysociety.org Summer Members juried Exhibit, at the Copley Society of Art, Boston, MA, from July 7 - August 25, 2011.

John's watercolor bath paintings; "Lunch at the National Gallery, and "Dare to Cross" were accepted for exhibition "Artists Teaching in Massachusetts", a Massachusetts Art Education Association exhibition at the Massachusetts State Transportation Building, June 20 - September 9, 2011.

John's watercolor bath painting; "Making Connections" was accepted at the North West Watercolor Society juried by Ron Pokrasso, and was exhibited from April 16-June 6 at the Plaza Building of the Seattle Design Center, Seattle, WA.

John's watercolor bath painting; "Making Connections" was accepted at the Copley Society of Art's www.copleysociety.org Winter Members juried Exhibit, "White Lights", at the Copley Society of Art, Boston, MA, from March 3 through April 15, 2011.

John's watercolor bath paintings; "Consruct of the Mind", and Upside Down Therapy" are part of an exhibit entitled "Faculty Spectrum", an exhibit by art educators of Cape Cod and the Islands hosted by the Cape Cod Museum of Art www.ccmoa.org in Dennis, MA from January 24 through March 28, 2011.

John's watercolor bath painting; "The Dichotomy of Neurology" was accepted in the Western Federation of Watercolor Societies' 36th exhibition juried by Dale Latinen. The exhibit is hosted by the New Mexico Watercolor Society at the Expo New Mexico Fine Arts Building, Albuquerque, NM from May 6th through June 5th, 2011.

2010

John's watercolor bath paintings; "Winter Mentor", "Millenials", and "Parabolics in January Light" were accepted in the "Hope" Exhibit hosted by the Cotuit Center for the Arts. The exhibit is from November 13-December 18, 2010. www.cotuitcenterforthearts.org

John's watercolor bath paintings; "Upside Down Therapy", and "Dina's Dilemma" were accepted in the Massachusetts Art Education Assciation juried exhibition at the Herter Gallery on the UMASS Amherst Campus. Exhibition dates are from November 12 to December 10. This exhibition is in conjunction with the Fall 2010 Massachusetts Art Education Association Conference.

John's watercolor bath paintings; "Construct of the Mind" was accepted in the National Collage Societies' 26th Annual Juried Exhibit.

John's watercolor bath paintings; "Construct of the Mind", and "An Experience" are published in Studio Visit, Volume 11 published by The Open Studio Press, a juried selection of international visual artists. For more information visit www.studiovisitmagazine.com

John's watercolor bath painting; "Dare to Cross" will be exhibited in the New England Watercolor Societies' 125th Anniversary Exhibition at the Plymouth Center for the Arts October 20 – November 14, 2010.

John's watercolor bath painting; "Blackfish Creek" was accepted in the Cape Cod Art Associations' juried exhibition, All New England held from September 9- October 4, 2010.

John's watercolor bath painting; "Lunch at the National Gallery" was accepted in the Mississippi Watercolor Societies Grand National Exhibition juried competition held at the Mississippi Museum of Art in Jackson, Mississippi from October 3, 2010 -January 2, 2011 juried by Judi Coffey.

John's watercolor bath painting; "An Experience" was accepted in Southwest Watercolor Societies' 47th Annual juried Membership Exhibition juried by Katherine Chang Liu on exhibition August 17-September 25 at the Art Centre of Plano, Plano, TX.

John's watercolor bath painting; "Dining with Dina" was exhibited in the Provincetown Art Association and Museum members juried exhibition Paper Works juried by Betty Carroll Fuller, Director and Curator of the Higgins Art Gallery at Cape Cod Community College. The exhibit was February 19- March 28, 2010.

John has donated a White Line Woodcut to the 2010 WGBH Boston Art Auction entitled "Elephant Ear Patch".

John's watercolor bath painting, "Disparity Always Rules" was accepted in New England Watercolor Society's Annual Members juried exhibition at the Emmanuel Church Gallery in Boston, MA from April 30 – May 23, 2010.

John's watercolor bath painting; "Blackfish Creek" was accepted in the Copley Societies' juried Copley on Cape Cod Exhibition June 26, 2010.

John's watercolor bath painting; "Construct of the Mind" was accepted in the Cape Cod Art Associations' juried exhibition, The National from June 17-July 12, 2010.

John's Watercolor bath painting "Dining with Dina" was accepted in the New England Watercolor Societies New England Regional exhibition at the Art Complex Museum in Duxbury MA from September 13-January 24, 2010. The Juror was Frank Fredrico.

2009

John's Watercolor bath painting "Construct of Mind" was accepted in Southwest Wastercolor Societes' 46th Annual Membership Exhibition at the Art Centre of Plano in Plano TX. The exhibition was held from September 9-October 10, 2009. The Juror was Cheng-Khee Chee.

John's Watercolor bath painting "Lunch at the National Gallery" received an honorable mention in the Cape Cod Art Association's National Exhibition in Barnstable, MA. The exhibition took place June 18-July 13, 2009.

John's Watercolor Bath paintings "Disparity Always Rules" and "Upside Down Therapy" are on exhibit in the North West Watercolor Societies Signature Members exhibition at the University House in Issaquah, WA from June 11-October 17, 2009.

John Krenik has donated a White Line Woodcut to the 2009 WGBH Art Auction entitled "Tropical Virture".

2008

John Krenik has been named a signature member of the North West Watercolor Society (NWWS). John Krenik's watercolor bath painting entitled "Construct of the Mind" was juried into the NWWS's Waterworks 2008 exhibition juried by Betsy Dillard Stroud. The exhibition was held at the New Dimensions Gallery in Bellevue, WA from October 28 through December 5, 2008. John recieved the "Canson Award", a 7th place award of 25 sheets of 140 lb Arches Watercolor Paper.

John Krenik has been named a signature member of the National Watercolor Society (NWS). The painting that brought John's acceptance in the NWS is entitled "An Experience". The exhibition was held at the National Watercolor Society Building in San Pedro, CA from August 30-November 1, 2008. The jurors of selection were Miles G. Batt Sr., Carrie Burns Brown, and Cathy Woo. The Juror of Awards was Peter Adams. An Awards ceremony and Exhibition reception was held on September 13, 2008.

John Krenik's watercolor bath painting entitled "Dining with Dina" won an Honorable Mention in watercolor at the Cape Cod Art Association's 2008 New England Exhibition held at the Cape Cod Art Association on Rte 6A in Barnstable, MA. The exhibition was held September 11 through October 6, 2008.

John Krenik's watercolour bath painting entitled "Impediments Denied" was juried into the Southwest Watercolor Societies' 45th Annual Membership Exhibition held at the Art Centre of Plano, Plano, TX from August 29-September 27, 2008. The juror was Ratinda Das.

John Krenik donated a whiteline woodcut print, "Beach Cottages by the Sea" for the second annual Unitarian Universalist Meeting House of Chatham (UUMH)which was held on Tuesday, May 27, at the Wequassett Inn on Pleasant Bay in Chatham, MA.

John Krenik donated a whiteline woodcut print, "Hyannis Harbor from the Dockside" for the 2008 WGBH Art Auction. The auction was broadcast on Saturday, May 31, 2008.

John Krenik gave demonstation on his watercolor bath technique at the Cotuit Center for the Arts, 4404 Falmouth Road, Route 28, Cotuit, MA on Friday, April 25, 2008 at 12 noon-1pm.

John Krenik's watercolor Bath Painting "Lunch at the National Gallery" was juried into the New England Watercolor Societies' New England Regional Juried Exhibition at the Cotuit Center for the Arts April 12 through May 12, 2008. The exhibition was juried by Tom Nicholas, NA, AWS.

John Krenik's watercolor bath painting "Saturday Afternoon" was juried into the Northwest Watercolor Society's 68th Annual Open Exhibition 2008. John won the St Cuthberts Mill Award which is an award of $100. worth of some of the finest watercolor paper in the world. The Exhibition was Juried by Pat Dews, AWS, NWS, NCS, NAWA.

John Krenik's abstract watercolor bath painting "Impediments Denied" was juried into the New England Watercolor Societies 2008 Winter Members Show at the Emanuel Church Gallery on 15 Newbury Street, Boston, MA, January 17-February 14, 2008. The juror was Louise Melton.

2007

John Krenik's watercolor bath painting "Dining with Dina" received the Edgar A. Whitney Award in the Southwest Watercolor Societies 44th Annual Membership Exhibition October 9-29, 2007 at the Charles W. Eisemann Center in Richardson Texas. The Juror was Pat Dews, AWS, NWS, NCS, NAWA.

John Krenik's Watercolor bath painting "Upside Down Therapy" was juried into the National Collage Societies Membership Exhibition at the Cornell Museum in Delray Beach, FL September 13-October 28, 2007.

John Krenik was juried into the New England Watercolor Societies 2007 Winter Members Show and won Honorable Mention for his watercolor bath abstract "Map of Midnight" which was also sold in this show.

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