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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.
John Ross: Metropolis.

ROSS, John

Metropolis.

Collagraph, 1995.

$3,000

John Ross (1921-2017)Collagraphs, 1995.Edition 15. Published by High Tide Press, East Hampton, New York.An accordion fold book with 14 x 11-inch pa...

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Jenene Nagy: Untitled A Sold

NAGY, Jenene

Untitled A

Collagraph, 2015.

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Based on a series of graphite works on paper, Jenene Nagy's 2015 project at Oehme Graphics engages in discourse surrounding ideas off imagehood and...

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Wendy Kowyina: Soliloquy 6

KOWYINA, Wendy

Soliloquy 6

Monoprint, 2021.

$1,750

By utilizing her textiles as “plates”, Colorado artist, Wendy Kowynia is able to imbue her pieces with vibrant color and create new forms and compo...

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Yuko Kimura: Wabi Dog and Moss Sold

KIMURA, Yuko

Wabi Dog and Moss

Woodcut, 2021.

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Dimensions: 5.25" x 4" Medium: etching, antique Japanese woodblock-printed book pages, thread, collage Edition Size: unique, one of a kind

Grace Bentley-Scheck: 56th Street Harmony.

BENTLEY-SCHECK, Grace

56th Street Harmony.

Collagraph, 2011.

$650

Grace Bentley-ScheckCollagraph, 2011.Edition 100.Image size 22 1/2 x 29 15/16" (57 x 76 cm).Signed, titled, and dated in pencil.Very good condition.

Grace Bentley-Scheck: Upper East Side Harmony.

BENTLEY-SCHECK, Grace

Upper East Side Harmony.

Collagraph, 2013.

$325

Grace Bentley-ScheckCollagraph, 2013Edition 60Image size 11 7/8 x 11 5/8" (300 x 295 mm). Signed, titled, and dated in pencil.Very good condition.