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At the center of this print is an image that shows a nude woman lying on her stomach and propped up on her elbows. She is surrounded by various foliage; leaves, grasses, and flowers. The print is numbered, titled, signed and dated in pencil below the plate margin "7/20 Garden II April Foster c 1985".
April Foster (American (North American))
Garden II
Gift of Claire Spitler
This print depicts two partially-clothed figures: on the left, a man holding a flashlight and on the right is a woman. He shines the flashlight towards the woman. The figures are rendered in dark black lines and partially colored in orange. The upper portion of the background includes washes of blue ink and the lower portion includes washes of green. The print is signed in the block "CG / 95" and signed and numbered in pencil.
Charles Grund (American (North American))
Gift of Claire Spitler

Brenda Goodman
Mother Fear Mother Dear
Gift of Brenda Goodman in honor of Gertrude Kasle
This print is an abstract composition in black, white and lavender. In the upper right, there is a black circle on a white background shape. The left and lower portions are made up of black shapes. At the lower center, a lavendar rectangular form is also included, overlapped by a black shape that is slightly broken up by thin white lines. The print is numbered (l.l.) "275/300" and signed (l.r.) "Louise Nevelson" in pencil.
Louise Nevelson (American (North American))
Gift of Mr. Robert Rauschenberg
This relief bleed print shows an abstract image. There are two large dark purple rectangular forms coming from each side of the image, with dark purple squiggles that come from under the rectangular shapes. The background is made of light pink and lavender forms with orange forms also in the lower portion of the image. The print is signed, titled, and editioned by the artist in white along the bottom edge "4/20 Singapore Sling J. Effertz". 
Joan Effertz (American (North American))
Singapore Sling
Gift of Claire Spitler
This sculpture is a pink neon light in the shape of a heart with the words "Love is What You Want" inscribed within the heart.
Tracey Emin (British (modern))
Love is What You Want
This photograph depicts a scene at a crowded political demonstration. A reporter stands at the center of the frame and is interviewing a woman. Behind them are handmade picket signs.
Garry Winogrand (American (North American))
New York City
Gift of Stanley T. Lesser, A.B. 1951, J.D. 1953