Monday, May 5, 2008

“Heavenly Creatures in Loose Procession”

Grant Hanna '06 of Beverly, MA, participated in Montserrat College of Art's 22nd annual, invitational Artrageous! Auction, held on Saturday, May 3rd at the Cummings Center in Beverly. Hanna's piece, "Heavenly Creatures In Loose Procession, With Earthly Visitation As Their Goal," was selected by jurors Michelle LaMuniere, the Charles C. Cunningham Sr., Assistant Curator of Photography at the Fogg Museum at Harvard University, and Dina Deitsch, Curatorial Fellow at the DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park in Lincoln, MA, to be one of 29 pieces displaying notable artistic merit that were part of a special live auction. Hanna's piece, an acrylic painting on a ground of silver leaf, sold for $450. Proceeds from the auction benefit Montserrat's financial aid program. See more of his work here and here.

1 comment:

Alyse Gause said...

As the owners/stewards of “Heavenly Creatures in Loose Procession, with Earthly Visitation as their Goal”, I'd like to thank Grant for donating his three-year labor of love to Montserrat's Artrageous Live Auction. Independently of one another, my husband Bill and I were drawn to its ethereal, mystical qualities. It is unlike anything we have ever seen and we are thrilled to display it in our home.
Alyse Gause