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Published by Lahary Pittman
Page 1 of the Fall Edition of my ArtBlog newsletter "Auction & Exhibition"
Page 1 of the Fall Edition of my ArtBlog newsletter "Auction & Exhibition"

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Published by: Lahary Pittman on Dec 03, 2011
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Lahary
Writer, Fine Art Photographer, Film/Video and Pastels / foto_future@yahoo.com
“Auction & Exhibition” ~Fall Edition/2011~ Page -1-
FANTASY FARM” $OLD @ AUCTION!  ATTLEBORO ARTS MUSEUM INVITES LAHARY PITTMAN TO PARTICIPATE IN THEIR 20TH ANNUAL LIVE  AUCTION & SPOTLIGHT AUCTION EXHIBITION;RESULTING IN THE SALE OF THE ARTIST’SNAÏVE FOLK DRAWING.
 Fall Auction Works represented by Lahary Pittman:“Antique Photographs” 
*Featured Artist* ..“Helsinki illustrator and metal-worker  Johanna Sonninen {Page-2-}” 
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ATTLEBORO MUSEUM AUCTION
 Museum Auction Presents Seldom Seen Worksof my Naïve Folk art and Western themes.“Fantasy Farm” and “Morning Sunshine” 
I am proud to announce that after being invited by the Attleboro Arts Museum in Massachusetts topresent two works in their 20th Benefit Auction, that my seldom seen drawing “Fantasy Farm”was soldto a New England collector. Both the drawing and also a photograph are part of an ongoing series whichdepict the Western Catskill mountains. As such they are western Americana in theme-which is a drasticcontrast to my last completed series of urban street photography. In fact, the image shown
 
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of a press kit from the museum, showing a staffperson acatually hanging my photograph “MorningSunshine”.
The 20th Attleboro Arts Museum Benefit Auction ran through November 5th in Attleboro,Massachusetts, and was part of their “Auction Spotlight Exhibition” which had an openingreception October 14th. The museum also conducted a wine tasting of 100 varietals of wines on Oct.30th at the exhibition. The live auction was a gala event on November 5th. $40 tickets werepurchased at the door-or were $35 in advance.
"Fantasy Farm", Ink on Illustration Board, 20x30" Western Catskills
I have 2 con-current emphases in drawings; primarily working in Naïve, primitive folk art pastels..(for which the pre-cursor that launched me into that direction is this B&W large formatdrawing). My secondary concentration is abstract pastels.”Fantasy Farm” is an original Folk Art Drawing depicting the Western Catskill and PoconoMountains. It is ink on illustration board and is in a new frame made of black wood and a black mat with white trim. The subject matter is composed of 15 different landscapes from these two primitivemountain area’s. Desirable for collectors of Western, Folk, Naïve & Americana. It is signed, titled &dated on verso of mount.
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"Morning Sunshine", 18x24" framed pigment print
“Morning Sunshine” is an original fine art pigment print photograph on enhanced matte fine artpaper, and is signed on verso of mount. It portrays a classic Western theme in a delicate, painterly manner. The work was photographed on celluloid in the Western Catskills and is newly mountedonto beveled Larson-Juhl mat boards–with a double thick 8ply over-mat inside black metal frames.
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FALL AUCTION WORKS REPRESENTED BY LAHARY PITTMAN:“ANTIQUE PHOTOGRAPHS” 
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