Abstract & Geometric

Some of us are simply not inclined to be told how we should see reality.  We turn to abstraction or geometric simplification in art, so we get to see what we want to see.  If you are one of those people, this selection will give your mind ample room to wander and discover your own view of the world.
Daniel Kelly: Butter Cup Sold

KELLY, Daniel

Butter Cup

Woodcut, 2008.

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Dimensions: 34" x 26"Medium: Woodblock Print, Handmade Nepalese PaperEdition Size: 50This print is a part of Daniel Kelly's Tea Bowl series.

Laura Wait: Scriptograph #13 Sold

WAIT, Laura

Scriptograph #13

Monoprint, 2012.

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"Word forms as image are the primary focus of my art. Words and symbols, used as marks, are layered on [artwork] to form a wall of history with mea...

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Sarah Brayer: Mikazuki Sold

BRAYER, Sarah

Mikazuki

Other, 2007.

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Dimensions: 26" x 36"Medium: aquatint and chin-collé on indigo-dyed handmade washi with chine-collé Edition Size: 38This work was featured on the c...

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Sarah Brayer: Bebop Puddle Hop Sold

BRAYER, Sarah

Bebop Puddle Hop

Woodcut, 1984.

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Dimensions: 20" x 26"Medium: Mokuhanga Woodblock PrintEdition Size: 150

Misch Kohn: Warrior Jagatai Sold

KOHN, Misch

Warrior Jagatai

Wood Engraving, 1954.

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Warrior Jagatai is a woodengraving from 1953 by American printmaker Misch Kohn (1916-2003). This impression is pencil signed, titled, and dated 19...

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