MFA Show »
Mar 10, 2014 - Mar 23, 2014
Marywood University’s Suraci Collection of fine and decorative arts provides a varied and rich resource for student research and study, as well as enriching and expanding upon the general public’s experience and appreciation of the arts within our region. The exhibition features recent gifts to the permanent collection that include paintings and works on paper.
Current emphasis in the Suraci Collection has been on developing the collection of 20th century works on paper and sculpture with the addition of high quality contemporary works. Local collectors, Elizabeth and Jeff Russell of Tunkhannock, PA and New York, NY have been gifting works to the Suraci Collection since 2009.
The works in Recent Acquistions are all gifts from Elizabeth and Jeff Russell. The exhibition includes paintings by Alan Fishman, (American, 1942–), God’s at Play No. 1, oil on linen, 1977; Robert Goodnough, (American, 1917–2010), Untitled, oil on masonite, circa 1947; and William (Wm.) Schwedler, (American, 1942–1982), Apron with Rare Wood, acrylic on canvas, circa 1968.
Works on paper by Karel Appel, (Dutch, 1921–2006), Flying Creature [from Tantrika II], circa 1980, color lithograph, HC 4/10; Cesar Baldaccini, (French, 1921–1998), Untitled, 1960, lithograph on BFK Rives paper, 69/85; Jake Berthot, (American, 1939– ), Untitled, 1989, color etching on paper, 26/35; Edgar Buonagurio, (American, 1946– ), Kaleidoscope A–1, Kaleidoscope B–1, Kaleidoscope C–1, lithograph on paper, 20/70, 1994; Robert Conover, (American, 1920–1998), Anger, woodblock print, 15/15, 1965; Richard Cramer, (American, 1932– ), Palisade--Study for Collage II, ink on Arches, 1979; Robert Goodnough, (American, 1917–2010), Untitled, silkscreen, 6/150, 1973; K.B. Huang (Hwang), (Korean, 1932– ), Dawn, color etching, 74/100, 1972; Richard Pitts, (American, 1940– ), Koi, 1987, monoprint; Beatrice Reise, (American, 1917–2004), Tea Dust, gouache on Arches, 1973; and Nicholas Sperakis, (American, 1943– ), (Moving Heads of a Modern Metropolis), woodblock print, 8/40, circa 1990s.