Micah Danges:Untitled (Moss Forest) 2008, archival pigment print. Image size: 13.5"x17.75", sheet size: framed 19.5"x23.5" ($300–$600) — Starting Bid: $150 Working closely to meet the needs of faculty and students, Micah Danges manages the Silverstein Color Center within the Fine Arts Department, where he has served the University of Pennsylvania Stuart Weitzman School of Design since 2007. He has over ten years of professional experience working with photography, including instruction at University of California, Berkley, and offers faculty and students assistance in all aspects of producing digital images and printing production. His work has been shown in solo exhibitions at the Abington Arts Center, the Samuel S. Fleisher Art Memorial, Cabrini College and Vox Populi Gallery and in group shows at London's Tate Modern and Philadelphia's Institute for Contemporary Art, The Print Center and Fleisher/Ollman Gallery. Danges is a recipient of a 2012 Vermont Studio Center Fellowship, a 2013 Wind Challenge Grant from the Samuel S. Fleisher Art Memorial and was named a 2015 Fellow by The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage.
Regina DeLuise:Slip in Window, Florence, Italy 1991, platinum-palladium print, ed. 7/20. Image size: 10"x8", sheet size: framed 16"x14" ($1,200–$2,400) — Starting Bid: $600 DeLuise is a Guggenheim Fellowship recipient with work in the collections of MoMA, the MET, SFMoMA, Art Institute of Chicago, Museum of Fine Art, Houston, among many other institutions.
David Freese:Towboats Pushing Barges on the Mississippi 2018/2020, archival pigment print, AP, signed verso. Image size: 9.25"x14", sheet size: 11"x17" ($800–$1,200) — Starting Bid: $400 Published in Mississippi River: Headwaters and Heartland to Delta and Gulf
Aristidis Kyriazis:Untitled, Macedonia, Greece 1997, Carbro print, ed. 1/9. Image size: 8"x12", sheet size: framed 15.5"x19,375" ($800–$1,200) — Starting Bid: $400 Kyriazis has work in the collection of the Smithsonian American Art Museum.