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Annual AIDS Benefit 2022 (Online Only)

November 26, 2022 – December 4, 2022

ALL WORKS HAVE SOLD IN THIS BENEFIT

THANK YOU AND CONGRATS TO ALL WHO PARTICIPATED !

The Dimock Center, a private, non-profit agency has been in continuous use as a health facility since its establishment in 1862 as the New England Hospital for Women and Children.

Dimock is Boston’s largest minority-owned, comprehensive community health and human services agency designated as a federally qualified health center caring for a primarily minority, low-income population.

BPFAP was established in 1988. BPFAP offers an integrated network of care focusing on HIV infected women, infants, children and youth (WICY) by contracting five partner organizations: one community health center (Dimock 02119); two programs at Children’s Hospital (Children’s Hospital AIDS Program/CHAP and HIV Adolescent Provider and Peer Education Network for Services/HAPPENS 02115), a large tertiary teaching institute (Brigham and Women’s Hospital/BWH 02115) and a regional hospital network (Cambridge Health Alliance/CHA 02139).

The target area is the neighborhoods of Roxbury, Dorchester, Mattapan, and Jamaica Plain in the City of Boston and in Cambridge. These areas represent 45% of the cumulative totals of People Living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA) yet comprise only 39% of Boston’s residents. The majority of BPFAP’s patients are nonwhite: 46% are African-American and 37% are Hispanic. Women living here represent 59% of HIV female cases and 64% of AIDS female cases in Boston. Exposure categories are largely those with substance use disorders and their heterosexual partners. BPFAP reflects the ethnic and cultural diversity of the target population and has in depth experience in the target area.

The network provides an array of key services for adult and pediatric populations including primary medical care, OB/Gyn services, mental health/social work counseling, family planning, eye/dental care, hepatitis services, adult/pediatric/adolescent HIV screening and specialty care, medical case management, peer advocacy and peer support groups, addiction services, pre-exposure prophylaxis services, intimate partner violence screening and counseling, transportation and child care assistance. The quality measures include but are not limited to evaluations of retention and viral load suppression rates. These among other measures gauge HIV care continuum as well as to evaluate and improve clinical effectiveness.

Works are first made visible on the website on Saturday, November 26th at 10am EST.

Call the gallery for further information. 617 262 4490.

Works In Exhibition

Juggler’s Paradise

Mongezi Ncaphayi Juggler’s Paradise 2014 Hard-ground etching with aquatint and chine collé on Fabriano paper

Image size: 6 ½ x 11 ¾ inches
Paper size: 14 x 19 ¾ inches
Edition 29 of 30
Signed, dated, and numbered

SOLD

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AND

Peter Downsbrough AND 2007 Relief print

Edition of 100
Paper size: 11 x 11 inches (28 x 28 cm)
Signed ‘P.D.’ and dated ‘2-3-07’ on reverse lower center

SOLD

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Untitled

M. Benjamin Herndon Untitled 2021 Graphite in Alkyd

9 ¼ x 11 inches
Signed

SOLD

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Now and Again

Rochelle Seltzer Now and Again 2022 Acrylic on paper, mounted on cradled panel

6 x 6 x 7 ½ inches
Signed on reverse

SOLD

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GE #16

Rob Alexander GE #16 2022 Graphite & colored pencil on paper on panel

16 x 20 inches
Signed

SOLD

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Cortile

Nona Hershey Cortile 1983 Etching with aquatint

14 x 16 inches
Edition of 20, AP 1 of 2
Signed and numbered

SOLD

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Lark

Kevin Whitman Lark 2022 Monotype with relief and gouache

Image size: 11 x 9 inches
Frame size: 15 ½ x 13 inches
Signed on reverse

SOLD

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Untitled

Louise Marshall Untitled 2020 Gouache on paper

10 x 14 ¼ inches
Signed and dated

SOLD

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Prototype #4

Michael Beatty Prototype #4 2015 Thermoplastic polymer and birch plywood

5 x 8 x 6 inches
Signed and dated

SOLD

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an ocean of tears

Michele Fornabai an ocean of tears 2022 Vellum print, soil pod

6 x 6 x 1 ½ inches
Edition 2/10
Signed under mat and dated November 14, 2022

SOLD

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Shirt Cardboards in CMY

John Kramer Shirt Cardboards in CMY 2009 Relief monotypes

14 x 19 inches
Signed on reverse

SOLD

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Omicron and Zeta flower embroidery (zeitgeist)

Elizabeth Thach Omicron and Zeta flower embroidery (zeitgeist) 2022 Crocheted wool, crewel embroidery, and paint

8 x 10 ¼ inches

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Untitled (LET RUMBLE BLEACH 2)

Benjamin Chaffee Untitled (LET RUMBLE BLEACH 2) 2021 Crayon and graphite on paper

9 x 12 inches
Signed and dated on reverse

SOLD

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Four-leaf

Marian Williams Four-leaf 2022 Ballpoint pen on archival writing paper

Paper size: 8 ½ x 11 inches
Frame size: 10 ½ x 13 inches
Signed on reverse

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KW

John Thompson KW 2022 Gouache with screenprint on bristol mounted on panel

14 x 11 inches
Signed and dated lower left and on reverse

SOLD

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Illuminated Manuscript

Craig Stockwell Illuminated Manuscript 2021 Oil on canvas

12 x 12 inches
Signed

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Sound

Tayo Heuser Sound 2016 Ink on paper

Frame size: 15 x 12 inches
Signed

SOLD

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Untitled

Carol Keller Untitled 2022 Mixed media collage on birch ply

15 x 12 inches
Signed

SOLD

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My Studio View at University of Rochester Medical Center 09.30.2022

Charmaine Wheatley My Studio View at University of Rochester Medical Center 09.30.2022 2022 Watercolor, gel pen and ink on Strathmore 2 ply bristol paper

9 x 12 inches
Signed with rubber stamp lower right

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Still Life with Snow

Jennifer Amadeo-Holl Still Life with Snow 2020 Gouache and Inktense pencil on paper

9 x 12 inches
Signed and dated on reverse

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The Forests of Antarctica 128, June 10, 2014: Tesuque Canyon, NM, 78°F

Mike Glier The Forests of Antarctica 128, June 10, 2014: Tesuque Canyon, NM, 78°F 2014 Gouache on paper, unique

10 ⅞ x 14 ¼ inches
Signed on reverse

SOLD

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Green Center

Maggi Brown Green Center 2022 Mixed media on wood panel

10 x 10 inches
Signed, titled, and dated on reverse

SOLD

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Tracking (3)

Heidi Whitman Tracking (3) 2020 Ink, gouache, acrylic, paper, string, and cast shadows

11 x 15 x 1 ½ inches

SOLD

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No. 2771

Suzanne Ulrich No. 2771 2022 Cut, torn, painted and pasted papers, unique

10 x 8 inches
Signed and titled

SOLD

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Untitled

Douglas Urbank Untitled 2022 Ink, tape, and coffee on paper

13 ⅛ x 10 ½ inches
Signed

SOLD

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Beachcomber

Ingrid Ludt Beachcomber 2021 Flasche on canvas

16 x 20 inches
Signed and dated on reverse

SOLD

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Jump Drive 2

Nan Tull Jump Drive 2 2016 Encaustic on panel

12 x 12 inches
Signed

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Vigil 2

Sam Tan Vigil 2 2022 Acrylic on canvas

12 x 12 inches
Signed on reverse

SOLD

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Womb of the World

Elaine Spatz-Rabinowitz Womb of the World 2022 Oil and found objects on Hydrocal Plaster

7 x 10 ½ x 3 ½ inches
Signed on reverse

SOLD

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Study Object

Jill Slosburg-Ackerman Study Object 2021 Pine with industrial felt

1 ½ x 8 ¼ x 5 ½ inches
Signed on bottom

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Armoire

Gail Skudera Armoire 2022 Constructed lace paper over and under photo transparency

13 ¼ x 10 ¼ x 1 ¾ inches
Signed lower right corner

SOLD

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Drawing from the series “A Putative Life of Hannah Areudt

Miriam Shenitzer Drawing from the series “A Putative Life of Hannah Areudt 2018 Watercolor stick on paper

15 x 11 inches
Signed

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