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LISA MYERS BULMASH, Erica Armstrong Dunbar, Ona “Oney” Judge and Mount Vernon

29 Jun

Inspired by historian Erica Armstrong Dunbar’s book “Never Caught: The Washingtons’ Relentless Pursuit of Their Runaway Slave, Ona Judge”, Seattle-based artist LISA MYERS BULMASH created her collage series “Manticore and the Mermaid” centering on the self-liberation of Ona Judge in 1796, an enslaved woman who escaped from George and Martha Washington and was never caught.

Scanned by Bellevue Fine Art Reproduction, LLC.

LISA MYERS BULMASH, The Ingratitude of the Girl, 2021, 36″x48″, mixed media collage on panel

Scanned by Bellevue Fine Art Reproduction, LLC.

LISA MYERS BULMASH, Tell Her Things Will Be Different, 2021, 36″x48″, mixed media collage on paper

Congratulations to Dr. Dunbar and the fifth graders at Laurel Ridge Elementary School in Fairfax, VA who nominated Ona Judge to be honored with a historical marker near Mount Vernon in Alexandria, Virginia. The marker was recently unveiled on Juneteenth, Saturday, June 19, 2021. Ona Judge’s historical marker is the first historical marker in Fairfax County about a Black man or Black woman, and the third about women at all.

Ona “Oney” Judge’s Historical Marker outside of Mount Vernon in Alexandria, VA. Unveiled Juneteenth, June 19, 2021

Available Artwork by LISA MYERS BULMASH

Morton Fine Art, 52 O St NW #302, Washington, DC 20001

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Sneak Peek of ROSEMARY FEIT COVEY’s “Self Conscious” – opening Friday 2/13/15

10 Feb
About SELF
In this new series of work, ROSEMARY FEIT COVEY explores expressions of sadness, grief and loss. Inherently a  narcissistic and self conscious construct, COVEY challenges the concept of “selfie” to a level of artistic and universal impact. She uses her own face during times of personal internal grief to replicate the emotions she has seen on the faces of others during periods of loss. This body of work is comprised of a combination of painting, photography, and printmaking based on the quick capture of her image.
About ROSEMARY FEIT COVEY (Washington, DC b. South Africa):
ROSEMARY FEIT COVEY was born in Johannesburg, South Africa. In a career spanning three decades she has exhibited internationally and received countless awards. Ms. Covey’s work is in many major museum and library collections, including the Corcoran Gallery of Art, the New York Public Library Print Collection, the National Museum of American History, Harvard University, the Papyrus Institute in Cairo and 512 works in the permanent collection of Georgetown University Library. There was recently a retrospective of Ms. Covey’s wood engravings and installation work on display at the Evergreen Museum in Baltimore.

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ROSEMARY FEIT COVEY’s artwork joins permanent collection at Evergreen Museum at Johns Hopkins

2 Sep

A huge congratulations to South African born artist, ROSEMARY FEIT COVEY for the acquisition of her wood engravings,  “David”, “Astrocytes” and “David with Astrocytes” for the permanent collection of the Evergreen Museum and Library at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore.  Images of her wood engravings can be found below as well as select images of her mixed media on panel columns which are also on view at the museum (by appointment).

Please contact Morton Fine Art for available artwork by ROSEMARY FEIT COVEY.



Rosemary Feit Covey, "David", wood engraving

Rosemary Feit Covey, “David”, wood engraving


Rosemary Feit Covey, "Astrocytes", wood engraving

Rosemary Feit Covey, “Astrocytes”, wood engraving


Rosemary Feit Covey, "David with Astrocytes", wood engraving

Rosemary Feit Covey, “David with Astrocytes”, wood engraving


Rosemary Feit Covey at the Evergreen Museum, photo credit: Graham Scott

Rosemary Feit Covey at the Evergreen Museum, photo credit: Graham Scott


Crossing the Line : Rosemary Feit Covey Evergreen Museum catalog

Crossing the Line : Rosemary Feit Covey Evergreen Museum catalog

Amy Morton curates INTO THE LIGHT : ESTHER YI and VICTORIA SHAHEEN at The Anthenaeum, Alexandria, VA

29 Nov

Morton Fine Art is pleased to curate Into the Light, an exhibition of artwork by Esther Yi and Victoria Shaheen at The Anthenaeum in Old Town Alexandria, VA. 
Curated by Amy Morton for Morton Fine Art.
Into the Light will be on display from Thurs, 8 December 2011 – Sun, 22 January 2012 at:
The Anthenaeum
201 Prince Street
Alexandria, VA 22314

The opening reception is Sunday, 11 December from 4-6pm. Both artists will be in attendance.

Gallery Hours:
Thursday, Friday and Sunday: 12pm – 4pm
Saturday: 1pm – 4pm
About Esther Meena Yi: 
(photography, Washington, DC):  Studied Fine Art Photography at the Corcoran College of Art + Design. Yi has an interest in working with existing images and exploring the use of black and white darkroom techniques to create a new image; images which allude to different content and context and that question the status of the original. The darkroom process she explores, mordançage, consists of a solution that makes the gelatin surface detach and pliable causing the degraded and veil-like aesthetic.
About Victoria Shaheen:
(ceramics; Washington, DC):  A recent graduate of the Corcoran College of Art + Design, Shaheen is currently pursuing an MA in Ceramics at the prestigious Cranbrook Academy of Art.  Shaheen’s accomplishments include the 2011 Fine Art Faculty Award for Recognition of Excellence in the Study of Fine Art andthe 2011 Anne and Ronald Abramson Award for Excellence in Ceramics. Her piece on exhibition White Light, White Heat, constructed in stark white porcelain that transforms the light, is in deliberate contrast to the classic architecture of the Anthenaeum.New ceramic installation work by Victoria Shaheen will be on display at MFA’s spring 2012 *a pop-up project, DC NOW, which will take place in Bethesda this April.
Amy Morton, Curator’s Notes:
As an advocate for emerging artists, I feel that it is vital to highlight and reward exceptional talent coming out of our nationally renowned art schools. In this case, the artwork of both Victoria Shaheen and Esther Yi piqued my interest last spring when I viewed Next at the Corcoran, the senior thesis exhibition for the Corcoran College of Art + Design. Primary to MFA’s mission of promoting national talent is a strong bent toward  launching regional talent into the national arena through various innovative art projects in the area.  Into the Light is a striking display of artistic mediums, featuring an oversize ceramic installation piece compromised of life-size light bulb clusters which cast shadows as well as a series of photographs that appropriate classical fine art images with unexpected scale, surface and technique. An emerging artist show of this caliber offers an exciting opportunity for collectors to view and acquire work ahead of the curve by these two exceptional young artists.