About the Work

Notes on Space, 2006
27.5 x 18.25 inches

In Notes on Space, perspective lines of the Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci are superimposed over the  outline of a lush and leafy landscape.  The inserts are a fragment of the microscopic image of a cross-section of the orchid stem and an image of a satellite dish.  The print represents a compressed view of diverse ways of comprehending the space around us and the space of drawing.


  • Colin Quashie – Charleston, SC
  • David Boatwright – Charleston, SC
  • Don ZanFagna – Mount Pleasant, SC
  • Eames Demetrios – Los Angeles, CA
  • Erica Harris – Brooklyn, NY
  • Fahamu Pecou – Atlanta, GA – NEW FOR FALL 2016
  • Geoffrey Cormier – James Island, SC with Michelle Van Parys, Charleston SC
  • Hamid Rahmanian – Brooklyn, NY
  • Heather McClintock – Boone, NC
  • Jiha Moon – Atlanta, GA
  • John McWilliams – McClellanville, SC
  • John McWilliams – McClellanville, SC
  • Joseph Burwell – Brooklyn, NY
  • Kathleen Robbins – Columbia, SC
  • Kendall Messick – New York
  • Leslie Wayne – New York City, NY
  • Martha Strawn – High Springs, FL – NEW FOR FALL 2016
  • Motoi Yamamoto – Kanazawa, Japan
  • Nancy Marshall – McClellanville, SC
  • Pedro Lobo – Évora, Portugal
  • Phyllis Galembo – New York City, NY
  • Pinky Bass – Fairhope, AL
  • Renee Stout – Washington, DC
  • Renée Stout – Washington, DC
  • Rimma Gerlovina and Valeriy Gerlovin – New York, NY
  • Ruth Marten – New York, NY
  • Ruth Marten – NY, NY
  • Tanja Softic´ – Richmond, VA
  • Tom Stanley – Rock Hill, SC
  • Tanja Softic´ – Richmond, VA

    Tanja Softic´ works in drawing, printmaking and book media. She is recipient of the 1996 National Endowment for the Arts/ Southern Arts Federation Visual Artist Fellowship, and a Soros Foundation–Open Society Institute Exhibition Support Grant. Her work is shown internationally and included in numerous collections in the U.S. and abroad, including the New York Public Library and the New South Wales Gallery of Art in Sydney, Australia. Tanja Softic´ is associate professor of art at the University of Richmond in Virginia.



    Each year we offer a new set of limited edition prints available exclusively to our members at the Postmodernist level and up. Artists who have been a part of the Halsey Institute’s programming have specially created these prints for us. Beginning at the POSTMODERNIST level ($350), you may choose from one of the prints we have available. Many of the prints are featured on the walls of our hall of Patron Prints located on the first floor of The Marion and Wayland H. Cato Jr. Center for the Arts, just down the hall of the Halsey Institute.  Gradually, you can build your art collection while supporting adventurous contemporary art in Charleston! For more information, please contact Tatjana Beylotte at beylottetf@cofc.edu or 843-953-5652.


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