EC Parents and Artists Donate their Work for Spring for Waldorf Auction

We are pleased to announce that Early Childhood parents and artists Glen Baldridge and Louise Sheldon have generously donated five pieces of their art to the Spring for Waldorf Silent auction. Spring for Waldorf is Maine Coast Waldorf School’s largest annual fundraiser for tiered tuition—all proceeds benefit the MCWS Tiered Tuition Fund and help make Waldorf education more accessible and inclusive.

Glen Baldridge’s work has been collected and exhibited internationally, with solo showings at Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery, NY; Halsey McKay Gallery, East Hampton; and Fourteen30 Contemporary, Portland, OR. Baldridge has had print works published by Forth Estate, Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop, Diue Donné, Flying Horse Editions, and PS Marlowe. His work is included in the collections of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, MoMA, Whitney Museum of American Art, NY Public Library, RISD Museum, Yale University Art Gallery, and Library of Congress, amongst many others. He has an upcoming show at the Halsey McKay Gallery in East Hampton in early Fall 2022. 

Louise Sheldon has held exhibitions all around the world, from cities across the United States like New York and Los Angeles, to Athens. She has an upcoming show this summer in the Planthouse Gallery in New York City in July. 

We are so excited to be introducing the community to their work. To learn more about each piece, and to place a bid, follow the links here:


  • No Way #1 (Glen Baldridge, 2022, Screen Print) 
  • No Way #2 (Glen Baldridge, 2022, Screen Print) 
  • Old English (Louise Sheldon, 2021, Watercolor on Paper) 
  • Foxfurever (Louise Sheldon, 2021, Watercolor on Paper)
  • Grandpa (Louise Sheldon, 2021, Watercolor on Paper)