Alden Mason - available work


June 3 - July 10, 2021
Alden Mason: Tribute

Also, the exhibition "Alden Mason: Fly Your Own Thing" is currently at Bellevue Arts Museum from May 14 - October 10.

Visit Bellevue Arts Museum in person, to view Alden Mason: Fly Your Own Thing, Wednesday through Sunday. See museum hours, admission fees and parking information for BAM here.

A major 225-page monograph Alden Mason: Paintings, is available at the gallery. The book details the life and work of the artist with essays by Roger Hull, Robert Ayers, and Regina Hackett.

Read the review of Mason's exhibition in The Stranger
"Respected Washington Painter Alden Mason Finally Gets a Retrospective—It's a Vibrant Jolt of Color"
by Jasmyne Keimig


225-page monograph
Alden Mason Paintings
Roger Hull, with essays by Regina Hackett and Robert Ayers


  
Installation view of Tribute, 2021




LUCKY WINNER, 1977
Oil on canvas
82 x 70 inches
SOLD




ORANGE BINGO, 1976
Oil on canvas
70 x 82 inches
SOLD



1960s


SEPTEMBER PAINTING, 1960 (circa)
Oil on panel
18 x 24 inches
$6,500




WAITING FOR SPRING, 1960-61
Oil on canvas
70 x 43 inches
$24,000





UNTITLED, 1969
Oil pastel on paper
37 x 41 inches
$12,000


1970s Paintings and Drawings available


SOFT GARDEN, 1973
Watercolor and oil pastel on paper
40 x 48 inches
HOLD



GREY LANDSCAPE, circa 1970s
Oil pastel on paper
21 x 18 inches
$4,500 framed




UNTITLED, circa 1970-72
Ink on paper
18 x 23 inches
$1,800



FLOWER TOWER
Oil pastel on paper
20 x 16 inches
$3,000


KISS GOODBYE, 1978
Graphite on paper
8 x 11 inches
$1,400

Additional 1980s-1990s Acrylic Paintings and Drawings available


SPECIAL ORANGE, 1980
Acrylic on canvas
12 x 16 inches
$2,800


PEACEABLE KINGDOM, 1988
Acrylic on canvas
70 x 82 inches
$35,000



Animal Fetish, 1993
Acrylic on canvas
42 x 36 inches
$7,500

In 1990, the gallery published a catalog on his "Courtship Series" with essays by Gerald Nordland and Bruce Guenther. In the forward I wrote, "Each new body of work seeks to explore uncharted territory. Each new painting promises to better translate his observations into a painterly language. Being summoned to Alden's studio to view 'the most marvelous painting yet' has become a familiar and personal joke between us. Yet each time I hear excitement register in his voice over a new painting I am reminded that his lack of complacency keeps him vital."





BOY WITH YELLOW PENIS, 1991
Acrylic on canvas
36 x 42 inches
$7,000