Joe found a small stock of these in his warehouse, recently and framed one here; also available unframed.
Maud Gatewood, Jungle Camp , offset lithograph, 31½" x 27", $240 plus applicable sales tax and shipping charges
Original acrylic on canvas painting is 72" x 60" and in the collection of the North Carolina Museum of Art. THe image depicts the jungle hut that Maud stayed in along the Amazon River in her rafting trip up the rive. Note mosquito netting which enclosed the bed the stripe curtain was a note of privacy in the jungle, allowing air circulation. Maud related to Joe two Toucans were roosting in the rafters high above when she woke up.
Also available as a framed poster
Maud Gatewood, Jungle Camp , offset lithograph poster,
36" x 27", $200 plus applicable sales tax and shipping charges
irregular extotic woodgrain frame, newly framed.
Available unframed $50
rare miniature serigraphs
Mending Nets Series, 14 color serigraph, unlimited edition, two miniature serigraphs, unframed , on 8" x 10" paper, $100 for the pair
"While going through my Claude Howell files, I am amazed at all that I save, I framed a few at the time. These have been in my files for the last 29 years, with a recipe which appears in the same file from an exhibition I had for Claude in 1980 when Somerhill was then in the Strawvalley complex on the Durham Chapel Hill Blvd, Durham N.C.
I discovered a small cache of miniature Howell serigraphs that were published by Foxfire Fine Arts who also published the well known large size edition of the same image. which we also exhibited. The original plan was for them to appear in successive years until a complete suite of four was accomplished. It took longer than anticipated.
The larger version of the serigraphs was printed on 26.5 x 32 paper. These large pieces sell at auction in the $600 plus range.
The four acrylic paintings from which these serigraphs were modeled hang in the Cameron Museum in Wilmington, N.C."-Joe
MaryLou Higgins, wall platter, glazed stoneware with 24K gold luster, dia 20", 1987, $900
detail of signature and close up of wall platter
for the wall or your Christmas cookie display
Dino Read, Christmas Platter, ceramic, 16½" x 16½", 1979, $500
Dino Read, deceased '80s Chapel Hill artist, was proudly represented by Somerhill Gallery for many years; was purchased by Joe from Dino directly.
At the time of Dino's passing Joe and many of her devoted friends, fans, and family hosted a huge retrospective of her amazing ceramic works at the Horace Williams House in Chapel Hill, N.C. Dino was a leading ceramicist of her day, not to be forgotten in the annals of the ceramic history of North Carolina.
The Dino Read Foundation was established in 1985 celebrating fine craft, joyous creativity and artistic spirit that was Dino Read. There is a $1000 award given each year administered by the Carolina Designer Craftsman.Back to Top
Warren Brandt, Dancers in Repose, oil on canvas, 18" x 24", frame 25" x 31"
classic 22kt gold frame, clean estate condition, $5000 plus applicable sales tax and shipping charges
An oil on canvas by North Carolina native, who moved to NYC right after high school; one of Joe's painting teachers in his undergraduate days at SIU. Became a significant American painter during his lifetime
Brandt has major work in the Metropolitan Museum of Art NYC, Hirschorn Museum in Washington DC as well as Greensboro's Weatherspoon Museum which has nine in their permanent collection. He also had an one person exhibit at the NCMA Collector's Gallery.
See NY Times obit for more biographical material about this illustrious NC native by clicking here.
Warren Brandt, The Companions, oil on canvas, 14" x 16" ss, in a custom, closed corner 24kt gold frame has original labels from A.M. Sachs Gallery New York City his gallery representative until his death, $4000
Genevieve's primary gallery representative: Somerhill Gallery, began in 1991; with over five featured one-person exhibitions as well as inclusion in several group shows, participated in public exhibitions: UNC-CH MBA exhibit, Durham Art Guild solo exhibit, Duke University; taught at UNC-CH, Minnesota Museum of Art, Austin Community College. Somerhill's records reflect close to 250 individual collectors and many corporate collections, including Glaxosmithkline, Suntrust, selected private collection: author Nicholas Sparks.
Genevieve herself once remarked
"I have come to focus in my own work on the sensuous quality of paint. My method of painting amplifies the labor intensiveness of my content and lends itself to the direct involvement with material. My work deals with themes of earth and water and a sense of place"
Genevieve Cotter, Out of Darkness Carolina Cascades #17, acrylic on canvas, 72" x 60", 2001, $4600
Genevieve Cotter, Out of Darkness Carolina Cascades #15, acrylic on canvas, 72" x 61", 2000, $4600
Genevieve Cotter, Horse I, acrylic on canvas,
Genevieve Cotter, Horse II , acrylic on canvas,
Genevieve Cotter, Portrait, acrylic on canvas, 36 " x 28 ", $950
Classic mature style
Acrylic on canvas painting
Maud Gatewood, Gray Day, acrylic on canvas, 30" x 32", 1974, $13000
Maud Gatewood, Gray Day signature and detail
|Maud Gatewood, Mary Lea Florance Gatewood (Maud's mother in front of her Thomas Day dresser), 28 1/2 x 22 1/2, mixed media on paper, framed, $5000||Maud Gatewood, Man at Beach Under Umbrella, 28 1/2 x 22 1/2, mixed media on paper, framed, $5000||Maud Gatewood, Alone Together , 28½" x 22½", mixed media on paper, framed, $5000|
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Nancy Farantatos, Sunday Best, silhouetted constructed pastel on paper, 29" x 29" shown here without it's frame, $1000
Nancy has an art degree from Penn State and actively painted in pastels for 25 years where she pursued her love of 'construction dimension' as is illustrated in this pastel on paper.
Multi-talented she moved to working with painted wood constructed pictorials . She told Joe recently that she was retired. Nancy resides in Raleigh NC presently; was represented by Sunflower gallery until it closed in 2016. Previously she was also represented by the wonderful Garden Gallery in Raleigh NC during it's many active years as a leader in the Triangle art gallery scene
detail of artwork showing silhouette construction
painting in frame behind glass
Jerry Geier, ( untitled-but possibly called Purim based upon research on artist),terra cotta sculpture, 16" x 22" x 8", $1800
Jerry Geier, Vermont artist; practiced law eight years before devoting his full time to art for the past thirty odd years concentrating in terracotta sculptures, but also doing woodcuts and dry point etchings. He also casts in bronze and has done life size carving groups of wooden fence post assemblages. Ia ms offering this at a below regular gallery price. For comparison to other pieces visit Phillip Janes Gallery where you can see for yourself this is a spectacular piece at an amazing price. It can be seen in my crowded Chapel Hill office, by appointment only please.
sizes and prices are marked, all unframed.
Ron Slaughter, Red Blossom, oil on canvas,
Ron Slaughter, Rose, oil on canvas, 36" x 48", $4300
Harold Altman, American (1924-2003), Great Tree, 18" x 26", lithograph, $600
Several other choices are available
Gregory Litinsky, American (1928-2009), Spring Awakening, 29" x 21", watercolor, $600
Other choices are available
Claude Howell, Two Boys on a Wharf, 1956 Wilmington NC, 12" x 8 1/2" ss,
graphite on paper, conservation framed $1200
Mark Chatterley, ceramic sculpture of Joe, 2011, aprox. 7ft
Here she is instu in her new home
Artist, Mark Chatterley, just notified me he has made two more ready for the kiln. IF you are interested
Please lets us know now. It takes a few weeks to fill the kiln but its never too early to get on the listBack to Top
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