FRANCIS OLSCHAFSKIE’s ‘Flowers’ is available in any size. Olschafskie’s photographs are priced according to print size. We are able to provide each print mounted on whatever surface you desire for the space including aluminum, diBond and face mounting with UV protection. All costs are determined from print size so if you provide the specs I’ll be glad to reply with pricing. Below are standard sizes and prices for gallery prints to give you a sense of the retail prices.

Pricing for standard print sizes:  20 x 30”  $2500.00/ 24 x 36” $2800.00/ 40 x 60” $5000.00 






Francis Olschafskie has exhibited nationally and internationally, including at the Museum of Modern Art, Paris; the Isentan Museum, Tokyo, the Greek Ministry of Culture, Athens, the Tisch School at NYU, New York, the Robert Hull Fleming Museum in Vermont, the Photographic Resource Center in Boston, the Fine Arts Work Center and at The Schoolhouse Gallery in Provincetown, MA.

In 2014, Francis Olschafskie’s work was exhibited in the “Message and Means” exhibition at Columbia University. The exhibition is a review of the work of the influential MIT Media Lab’s Visible Language Workshop. In 2011, as part of “Paris Photo”, Francis’s work was featured in an exhibition entitled EXPOSITION ÉCLATS DE PHOTOGRAPHIE at le musée Adrien Mentienne , Bry-sur-Marne. His work was included in the exhibition ‘Artists Books as Culture’ at the Center for Book Arts in NYC. In 2007 he was honored and presented an honorarium at the state of the city address by the mayor of Bry Sur Marne in France for his work at the Daguerre Association. In 2008 Olschafskie’s photographs were placed in the Special Collections of the Bodleian Library at Oxford University.

Olschafskie did his graduate work at the Media Laboratory at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and his undergraduate studies in Photography at Massachusetts College of Art. He has been a faculty member at New York University, the School of Visual Arts, in NYC, The International Center of Photography in NYC, the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and Boston University where he has taught graduate and undergraduate courses in Photography, Art History and Digital Technology.

NONA HERSHEY’s ‘Can You Hear Me Now’ consists of three 41.75 x 27″ works on paper each mounted on aluminum priced at $2500.00 each.




Nona Hershey’s work is included in public and corporate collections around the world, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY, Library of Congress, Boston Public Library, Harvard Art Museum, Yale University Art Gallery, Davison Art Center, Wesleyan University, CT, Minnesota Museum of Art, Cleveland Museum of Art, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Corcoran Museum of Art, Crakow National Museum, Museo Civico, Piacenza, Museo Municipal, Caracas, and the National Print Cabinet, Rome.  She has participated in over 150 Print Biennials and Group Exhibitions internationally. Numerous solo exhibitions include those at Mary Ryan Gallery, New York, NY; Dolan Maxwell Gallery, Philadelphia, PA; Galleria Il Ponte, Rome, Italy; Schoolhouse Gallery, Provincetown, MA; Miller Block Gallery, and Soprafina Gallery, Boston,MA.  Editions of her prints have been published by the Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY, Associated American Artists, NY, Mary Ryan Gallery, NY, Laboratorio Artivisive, Foggia, Italy, Lario Cadorago, Como, Italy, Associazione Amici dell’Arte, Piacenza, Italy, Il Ponte Editrice, Rome, Italy, Hartford Art School, CT, The Print Club of Rochester, NY, and The University Print Club, Cleveland, OH.

She has had residency grants at the Asillah Forum Foundation, Morocco; Ballinglen Arts Foundation, Ireland; Ucross Foundation, WY; Virginia Center for the Creative Arts; the Vermont Studio Center; and twice at the MacDowell Colony, NH.  She taught printmaking at Tyler School of Art in Rome, Italy for 12 years and at Temple University’s Tokyo program for one year.  Since September 1993, Ms. Hershey has been Professor and Coordinator of the Printmaking Department at Massachusetts College of Art and Design in Boston. She was awarded a Somerville  Arts Council Artist Fellowship Grant, A Massachusetts Cultural Council Award and in 2018, a Massachusetts Cultural Council Finalist Award.



Prices:  50 x 44.9/ 55 x 49″   Print only: 2100.00  Print mounted: 2300.00   Print mounted and framed:  2800.00




WILLIAM SCULLY’s images of botanical cross-sectional specimens are created by attaching his camera to a microscope and shooting a series of stacked and overlapping photos and then combining them into a single image. The photographs are printed on matte paper and the result is that they look quite like etchings, lithography prints or watercolors.

Scully is a Boston based photographer who makes his artwork primarily on Cape Cod. There he spends his time exploring the natural world, looking to capture gesture in nature.  His work has been exhibited extensively in solo and group shows throughout New England, New York, and he most recently participated in an invitational exhibition of American photographers in Hangzhou, China. In 2011 he received a Lucie Award nomination for Discovery of the Year for his underwater color series of water lilies. In addition to photography, William has studied lithography, photogravure, and life drawing at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston.


Image size:  12″ diameter




RICHARD SELESNICK and NICHOLAS KAHN have been collaborating as Kahn & Selesnick since 1988 on a series of complex narrative photo-novellas and sculptural installations. They were both born in 1964, in New York City and London respectively and both are British citizens. They met at Washington University in St Louis where they collaborated informally from 1982-86 as photography majors. After graduation and a couple of years of showing their art separately they migrated to Cape Cod, Massachusetts to work on an evolving series of projects, some painting based, some photo based, all involving fictional attributions, narratives and sculpture. Between 1988 and 1995 they worked on installations combining painted portraits on plaster panels, bread, honey and wax sculptures displayed in wooden ritual architecture. A residency at The Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown Massachusetts helped them create an elaborate full-scale oaken chapel; ‘Der Ruteloft des Bet’ubten Bienenkaisers (The Rood-Loft of the Drunken Beekeeper) with 120 painted panels, all of heads in profile sprouting psychoactive plants from their mouths.

Kahn & Selesnick’ s works are tactile and bodied, offering sleight of hand and the quicksilver flash of inspiration as interruptions to our habitual ways of seeing, instead encouraging us to feel the Earth and its history and to know our part in its unfolding story. The results are masterfully executed non-linear tales that appear to dream themselves.

Kahn & Selesnick have participated in over 100 solo and group exhibitions worldwide and have work in over 20 collections, including the Brooklyn Museum of Art, the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Houston Museum of Art, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and the Smithsonian Institution. In addition, they have published 3 books with Aperture Press, Scotlandfuturebog, City of Salt, and Apollo Prophecies. Currently they can be seen at Boston’s Museum of Fine Art’s Make Believe exhibition through January 2020.