KATHY ROSETH
Apple
Graphite on Bristol paper, 10 x 10, NFS
1st Year in Flack Atelier
KATHY ROSETH
Portrait of Mike
Graphite on Bristol paper, 24 x 18, $50
1st Year in Flack Atelier
KATHY ROSETH
Pelvis
Graphite on Bristol paper, 17 x 11, $60
1st Year in Flack Atelier
LAKSHMI MUIRHEAD
Untitled I
Graphite on paper, NFS
1st Year in Flack Atelier
LAKSHMI MUIRHEAD
Untitled II
Graphite on paper, NFS
1st Year in Flack Atelier
LAKSHMI MUIRHEAD
Untitled III
Graphite on paper, NFS
1st Year in Flack Atelier
LAKSHMI MUIRHEAD
Untitled IV
Graphite on paper, NFS
1st Year in Flack Atelier
MARIANA BURCEAG
Cupid
Charcoal, shellac ink and gesso on paper, 30 x 44, NFS
4th Year in Flack Atelier

My most recent work remains focused on figurative representation, with a constant desire to learn about different materials and techniques. My passion for materials has led me to experiment with making my own shellac inks, grounds and paints. The intense focus on materiality allowed me to shift my interest from the subject of my drawings to the process itself. While my compositions tend to be simple, I want to achieve a certain complexity and quality of the final surface. I approach my work with an open mind, often responding to the element of surprise that a particular combination of materials presents.
MARIANA BURCEAG
In the Cold
Charcoal, shellac ink and gesso on paper, 30 x 40, $500
4th Year in Flack Atelier

My most recent work remains focused on figurative representation, with a constant desire to learn about different materials and techniques. My passion for materials has led me to experiment with making my own shellac inks, grounds and paints. The intense focus on materiality allowed me to shift my interest from the subject of my drawings to the process itself. While my compositions tend to be simple, I want to achieve a certain complexity and quality of the final surface. I approach my work with an open mind, often responding to the element of surprise that a particular combination of materials presents.
MARIANA BURCEAG
Now What?
Graphite on paper, 9 x 12, $100
4th Year in Flack Atelier

My most recent work remains focused on figurative representation, with a constant desire to learn about different materials and techniques. My passion for materials has led me to experiment with making my own shellac inks, grounds and paints. The intense focus on materiality allowed me to shift my interest from the subject of my drawings to the process itself. While my compositions tend to be simple, I want to achieve a certain complexity and quality of the final surface. I approach my work with an open mind, often responding to the element of surprise that a particular combination of materials presents.
MARIANA BURCEAG
Seated Study
Graphite on prepared paper, 22 x 30, $150
4th Year in Flack Atelier

My most recent work remains focused on figurative representation, with a constant desire to learn about different materials and techniques. My passion for materials has led me to experiment with making my own shellac inks, grounds and paints. The intense focus on materiality allowed me to shift my interest from the subject of my drawings to the process itself. While my compositions tend to be simple, I want to achieve a certain complexity and quality of the final surface. I approach my work with an open mind, often responding to the element of surprise that a particular combination of materials presents.
JIEYI XU
Pete
Graphite on drawing paper, 18 x 24, NFS
1st Year in Flack Atelier
JIEYI XU
Self-portrait
Graphite on drawing paper, 11 x 14, NFS
1st Year in Flack Atelier
JIEYI XU
Hometown
Woodcut, 11 x 15, NFS
1st Year in Flack Atelier
DAVE EGGLESTON
Portrait
Vine and stick charcoal and eraser, NFS
2nd Year in Flack Atelier

Focus on the eraser as much as the charcoal, and edge/detail loss.
DAVE EGGLESTON
Still life
Graphite (6H, 2H, HB) and eraser, NFS
2nd Year in Flack Atelier

Exploring value, eraser, sharpness and marks.
DAVE EGGLESTON
Pleine Aire
Graphite (9H, 6H, 2H, HB) and eraser, NFS
2nd Year in Flack Atelier

Stuck at home in isolation, trees are my life models these days. Stuck in the ethereal and foggy, kind of how I’m feeling in this situation.
RENÉE SIMARD
Garden Party
Graphite on paper, 14 x 11, $85 (unframed)
1st Year in Flack Atelier
RENÉE SIMARD
Apple
Graphite on paper, 5 x 4.75, $40 (unframed)
1st Year in Flack Atelier
RENÉE SIMARD
Where did the Flower Girl Go?
Graphite and charcoal on cotton printmaking paper, 22 x 15, $150 (unframed)
1st Year in Flack Atelier
IRENE RAJAGOPAL
Clothed figure study
Charcoal, 18 x 24, NFS
1st Year in Flack Atelier
IRENE RAJAGOPAL
Portrait study (profile)
Graphite pencil, 18 x 24, NFS
1st Year in Flack Atelier
IRENE RAJAGOPAL
Figure block-in study
Graphite pencil, 18 x 24, NFS
1st Year in Flack Atelier
MICHELE STECKLER
Tania Portrait
Graphite, graphite powder, white chalk, NFS
4th Year in Flack Atelier
MICHELE STECKLER
Habañero Pepper
Graphite, NFS
4th Year in Flack Atelier
MICHELE STECKLER
Cuber Under Cloth
Graphite, NFS
4th Year in Flack Atelier

Artwork in this collection is available for purchase, with pick-ups at Gage Academy of Art in Capitol Hill. If interested or for more information on artwork pickup and delivery, please contact Event & Exhibition Manager Erica LeSuer at lesuer.e@gageacademy.org.