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"The Phantom Greets Time," 1995
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Oil & digital collage on canvas.
40 x 30 inches.
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Lee Falk (1911 – 1999) was the creator of the comic strips "Mandrake the Magician" and "The Phantom.,"  and a playwright / theatrical producer.  Walter "Bing" Bingham  is a writer and editor for Time, Inc
"4th of July Picnic #5,"  1994
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Oil & digital collage on canvas.
40 x 30 inches.
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Joan Lebold Cohen (b. 1932) is a photographer, writer and art historian.
"Pink Shirt,"  1993
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Oil & digital collage on canvas.
40 x 30 inches.
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E.J. Kahn, Jr, Jerome Cohen, and John Wilson at the annual July 4th picnic at Corn Hill Beach.
"Very Close to Popping the Question,"  1992
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Oil & digital collage on canvas.
40 x 30 inches.
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Joe Kahn (b. 1949), journalist for Boston Globe.
Kate Shaplen Kahn (b.1962 ), TV producer.
"The Beachcomber,"  1992
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Oil & digital collage on canvas.
60 x 43 inches.
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Varujan Boghosian (b. 1926) is a sculptor, assembler, constructionist, builder,  beachcomber, scavenger, collector, historian and conservator.
"The Conspiracy," 1998
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Oil & digital collage on canvas.
40 x 30 inches.
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Robert J. Lifton (b. 1926), psychiatrist, activist, writer.
B.J. Lifton (b. 1936-2010), writer.
Gerald Holton (b. 1922), scientist.
Nina Holton, sculptor.
"Straw Hat #2,"  1994
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Oil & digital collage on canvas.
40 x 30 inches.
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Annie Dillard (b.  1945) is a Pulitzer Prize-winning American author, best known for her narrative nonfiction.
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Lynda Sturner is an actress and director.
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Jerry Traum (1933 -- 2001), literary agent.
"Rowboat,"  2005
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Oil & digital collage.
40 x 30 inches.
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Ethan Cohen, art dealer.
Lilas Ferrier-Cohen and Sacha Ferrier-Cohen, students
"Pamet Float,"  1990
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Oil & digital collage on canvas.
60 x 43 inches.
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Justin Kaplan, writer.
Anne Bernays, writer.
Alan Metter, film director.
Lee Elman, President of Castle Hill.
Vivian Bower, artist.
Georgia Marsh, artist.
Joel Meyerowitz, photographer.
"Spouting Off, "  2000
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Oil & digital collage on canvas.
40 x 30 inches.
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Anne Bernays (1930-) is a writer, editor and teacher. She is the grand niece of Sigmund Freud, the daughter of Edward Bernays, and the wife of author Justin Kaplan.
"Cold Swim,"  1994
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Oil & digital collage on canvas.
43 x 60 inches.
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Chris Busa (b. 1946) co-founded "Provincetown Arts" with Ray Elman in 1984, and has been the sole publisher-editor since 1990.
"Cenote Escape,"  1999
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Oil & digital collage on canvas.
43 x 60 inches.
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Collection:  Provincetown Art Association & Museum.
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Lee Elman (b. 1949) is Co-President of Truro Center for the Arts at Castle Hill.
"Yellow Fly Line," 2008
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Oil & digital collage on canvas.
40 x 30 inches.
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Dr. Nicholas Tsapatsaris (b. 1950), head of cardiovascular medicine at Lahey Clinic.
"Black Leather,"  2009
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Oil & digital collage on canvas.
40 x 30 inches.
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Emily Goldfrank, actress.
"Yuka,"  1995
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Oil & digital collage on canvas.
40  x 30  inches.
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Collection:  :Provincetown Art Association & Museum (PAAM)
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Yuka was a Japanese exchange student that lived in our house in Lexington, MA.
"Sisters,"  2007
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Oil & digital collage on canvas.
40 x 30 inches.
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Ingrid & Isabel Epstein, students
"Ivy,"  2008
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Oil & digital collage on canvas.
40 x 60 inches.
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Elizabeth Garai, student.
Michael Garai, student
"New Horizons," 2007
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Oil & digital collage on canvas.
40 x 30 inches.
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Julian Hammer (b. 1988), student
"Excel # 1," 2005
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Oil & digital collage on canvas.
40 x 30 inches.
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Evan Elman (b. 1989), student
"Red,"   2004
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Oil & digital collage on canvas.
9 x 12 inches (each).
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"Zorro,"  2006
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Oil & digital collage on canvas.
40 x 30 inches.
"Aviator Glasses,"  2004
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Oil & digital collage on canvas.
30 x 40 inches.
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Roger Skillings is an author and chairman of the writing program at the Fine Arts Work Center.
"Porch on the Bay,"  1995
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Oil & digital collage on canvas.
60 x 43 inches.
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Mischa Richter (1910-2001) was an artist and great cartoonist.  He was a longtime contributor to "The New Yorker."
"Ready to Ride," 1994
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Oil & digital collage on canvas.
43 x 60 inches.
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Vivian Bower, artist
"Umpire's Throne,"  1991
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Oil & digital collage on canvas.
43 x 60 inches.
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Lee Falk (1911 – 1999) was the creator of comic strips "Mandrake the Magician" and "The Phantom.,"  and a playwright and theatrical producer.
"Daddy Cool,"  2005
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Oil & digital collage on canvas.
30 x 40 inches.
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Arnie Charnick is an artist and muralist
"Dudes,"  2001
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Oil & digital collage on canvas.
40 x 30 inches.
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Peter Campion (b. 1976) is a poet and recipient of the Rome Prize.
Ned Campion (b. 1982) is a scientist.
"Red Board,"  2005
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Oil & digital collage on canvas.
40 x 30 inches.
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William Papaleo, artist & teacher
"Lee's 40th,"  1989
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Oil & digital collage on canvas.
72 x 60 inches.
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Lee Elman, Co-President of Truro Center for the Arts at Castle Hill.
Ray Elman, artist
"Excel #2,"  2007
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Oil & digital collage on canvas.
40 x 60 inches.
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Evan Elman (b.1989) Hip hop artist and chef.
"Lee & Evan,"  1989
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Oil & digital collage on canvas.
72 x 60 inches.
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Lee Elman (b. 1949) is Co-President of Truro Center for the Arts at Castle Hill.
"Ginny,"   2005
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Oil & digital collage on canvas.
16 x 20 inches.
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Virginia Rice Kahn (1919-2005), was an actress, who founded the Off-Off Broadway Alliance.
"Twins,"  2004
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Oil & digital collage on canvas.
40 x 30 inches.
"Shaving Cream,"  1999
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Oil & digital collage on canvas.
40 x30 inches.
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Evan Elman, student.
Julian Hammer, student.
"Good Ol' Girls,"  2005
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Oil & digital collage on canvas.
40 x 30 inches.
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Pam Worthington, Lynn Mayer, Lee Elman.
"Last Tango," 2002
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Oil & digital collage on canvas.
40 x 30 inches.
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Evan Elman, student.
"Amici," 2003
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Oil & digital collage on canvas.
40 x 30 inches.
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Evan Elman, student.
"Nantucket Wedding," 1999
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Oil & digital collage on canvas.
40 x 30 inches.
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Chip Gaudreau, attorney.
Erin Gaudreau, broker.
"Long Point," 2010
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Oil & digital collage on canvas.
40 x 30 inches.
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Varujan Boghosian (b. 1926) is a sculptor, assembler, constructionist, builder,  beachcomber, scavenger, collector, historian and conservator.
"Melon,"  2010
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Oil & digital collage on canvas.
24 x 18 inches.
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Lydia Okrent,  b. 1983
Dancer
"Letting Loose,"  2010
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Oil & digital collage on canvas.
60 x 40 inches.
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Emily Goldfrank, actress
"Yellow Hair,"  1995
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Oil & digital collage on canvas.
11 x 14 inches.
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Lee Elman (b. 1949) is Co-President of Truro Center for the Arts at Castle Hill.
December, 2022. Starting 4/6/2023, the Jewish Museum of Florida in Miami Beach will exhibit approximately 20 of my large-scale, mixed media portraits. Reception at 7:00 PM.

Since moving to Miami year-round in 2012, I have been making large-scale, mixed-media portraits of people in the Miami arts communities. An exhibition of my 40 x 60 inch, mixed-media portraits of patrons and performers at the Historic Hampton House during the era of Segregation opened on February 1, 2022. “First Person Portraits: Hampton House Performers & Patrons” is funded by The Ellies, Miami’s visual arts awards, presented by Oolite Arts. The exhibition opened on February 1, with people in the portraits telling stories about their experiences at the Hampton House during the Jim Crow era. The portraits are still on display.

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