Preview for Sargent by the Sea Auction, 8/9/2013

We'd like to thank our many generous raffle item donors! See our list of raffle donors below.*


Pottery eggplant platter by Cynthia Curtis 

Wheel thrown high fire platter glazed in multiple glazes; 2"high x 14" wide x 14" deep Stoneware clay.

"Reflections of Sargent House" painted scarf by Gigi Mederos

"Reflections of Sargent House" scarf.  Painting on silk.

"Octopus" handmade silver earrings, by Meredith Anderson
Handmade silver earrings.

"Sherman's Point from Good Harbor Beach," by Peter Tysver
Framed. 16" x 20". Oil on linen. Looking from the dunes on a clear spring afternoon/The amazing light at Good Harbor Beach.

"Philatelic Works 2013" Mustard Seed by Deborah Gavel
"Philatelic Works" No 14 by Deborah Gavel

"Philatelic Works" Madonna del Cardinlino No 15 by Deborah Gavel
Mixed media collage, Vintage stamps and other media on paper.  22"x15". These three pieces are part of an ongoing series: Philatelic Works.

"Bird's Eye," by Judy Robinson-Cox

Photo based mixed media using Paper, Ink, sand, gel medium on cradled hardboard. 10" height x 20" wide X 2" deep. No frame required. Inspiration was to remember the Birdseye building.

"Mystic Forest," by Judy Robinson-Cox
"Mystic Forest," photograph, 15"x20". Archival pigment on Epson Paper. Staged photograph set up in studio that depicts hidden thoughts and memories.

"Spring Marsh" by Patti Sullivan
"Spring Marsh" by Patti Sullivan, oil on board, 15.5"x19.5"

"Gloucester Harbor," by Ray Crane
"Gloucester Harbor," 8"x12", o/c.

"Indian Summer," by Rob Diebboll
"Indian Summer," 16"x16", oil on linen.

"Bass Rocks Snow," by Tom Robinson-Cox
"Bass Rocks Snow," photo: archival pigment on paper. Artist was capturing the cold.
Image has a White Matte and Silver metal Frame.

"Small Poppy Field" by Karen Tusinski
Small Poppy Field with red poppies and green stems. Oil and graphite
36" height x 12" width x 2" depth.

"Wading," by Susan Vrotsos
This is a beach walk sketch in watercolor that measures 24 x 18" which is a standard ready made frame size.

Watercolor by Ben Strohecker
Ben Strohecker is best known as the founder of Harbor Sweets, but he is also well known among North Shore artists as an accomplished water colorist. The frame is wood with a gold edge, surrounding a white mat over a light green mat. The picture is approximately 14"x8" (21"x 15.5" framed).


ALSO AT THE EVENT: Raffle items and themed raffle baskets for "Women Gloucester Entrepreneurs" and "All Things Gloucester."
*Raffle Donations from:

Again and Again   

Heather Atwood

Beauport/Sleeper-McCann House

Lise Breen and Sarah Garcia

Bodin Historic Photo  

Common Crow

Art Daniels

Deborah Coull Salon 

Gloucester Writer's Center

Amanda Hurd

Judith Wright Beaded Jewelry

Kim Smith Designs

Lark Cookies (Mary Ann McCormik)

Dale LoGrasso

Ray Martin, Elements of Granite

Judith Nast


Christina Rafter

Sage Floral


Sigrid Olson   

Barbara Silberman

The Cave     

Gordon Ulen

Unwind Beauty Salon


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