Glitch 12.20

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Carnevale: Instant Exposure 2

Artist Bio: American fashion photographer Craig Pineau took poster-sized photographs of revelers at Venice’s Carnival in 1996 with a special Polaroid camera that is among the largest in the world. Pineau worked indoors, away from the carnival buzz, which lessened the festival atmosphere. Artist Statement: We think these works in the oversized format of the Read more….

Carnevale: Instant Exposure

Artist Bio: American fashion photographer Craig Pineau took poster-sized photographs of revelers at Venice’s Carnival in 1996 with a special Polaroid camera that is among the largest in the world. Pineau worked indoors, away from the carnival buzz, which lessened the festival atmosphere. Artist Statement: We think these works in the oversized format of the Read more….

Lilies

Inventory ID 101 Private Notes https://www.lelandlittle.com/items/390839/e-f-kitchen-ca-i-lilies-i/ Purchased From The Light Factory Consigned To/Collected By PDF Uploads

Still life with Five Figs, Portugal

Phil Moody was an Art Professor at Winthrop University from 1985 to 2017, and he has been the recipient of many accolades over the years, including as the South Carolina Visual Arts Fellowship (2004). Moody’s work can be found in corporate and private collections throughout the United States, England, and Scotland. Inventory ID 100 Private Read more….

Not Dressed For The Weather

Not Dressed for the Weather 3 color screen print on Fabriano Tiepolo 100% cotton paper Edition of 30 + 4 AP 50 x 50 cm Signed & numbered Certificate of authenticity 2021 ⠀ What a wonderful time we live in. The time of high-tech solutions and breathtaking changes. The time of great opportunities – as Read more….

Green Dress

Woman, Fashion, Abstract, Dress, Green, Pink, Yellow Inventory ID 186 Private Notes Purchased From Consigned To/Collected By PDF Uploads

Todo Bien

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Self portraits 1

Self-portraits at 13 Inventory ID Private Notes Purchased From Consigned To/Collected By PDF Uploads

Etching 1

Etching of a shelf and its ornaments Inventory ID Private Notes Purchased From Consigned To/Collected By PDF Uploads

Monoprint 5

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Monoprint 4

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Monoprint 3

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Monoprint 2

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Cloudy Print

Print roller print Inventory ID Private Notes Purchased From Consigned To/Collected By PDF Uploads

Seascape

Digital artprint on canvas 40×40 cm. Ready to hang. Inventory ID 104 Private Notes Purchased From Consigned To/Collected By PDF Uploads

Hair Is A Woman’s Glory. No 4

Through allusions to mythology, religion, and art history, this body of work takes a critical peek into contemporary attitudes and religious taboos communicated through the censorship of women’s hair. In each frame, the artist’s self-portrait is centered around a halo of calligraphic text that meticulously repeats the Turkish word for hair, “saç.” The daring invitation Read more….

Hair Is A Woman’s Glory. No 3

Through allusions to mythology, religion, and art history, this body of work takes a critical peek into contemporary attitudes and religious taboos communicated through the censorship of women’s hair. In each frame, the artist’s self-portrait is centered around a halo of calligraphic text that meticulously repeats the Turkish word for hair, “saç.” The daring invitation Read more….

Hair Is A Woman’s Glory. No 2

Through allusions to mythology, religion, and art history, this body of work takes a critical peek into contemporary attitudes and religious taboos communicated through the censorship of women’s hair. In each frame, the artist’s self-portrait is centered around a halo of calligraphic text that meticulously repeats the Turkish word for hair, “saç.” The daring invitation Read more….

Hair Is A Woman’s Glory No 1

Through allusions to mythology, religion, and art history, this body of work takes a critical peek into contemporary attitudes and religious taboos communicated through the censorship of women’s hair. In each frame, the artist’s self-portrait is centered around a halo of calligraphic text that meticulously repeats the Turkish word for hair, “saç.” The daring invitation Read more….

Untitled

Original work was pen and watercolor. Couples at a table. Women scantily clad, men on suits, over coat, cane and hat. Inventory ID 101 Private Notes Excellent condition. Purchased in 2019 Purchased From Habitat for Humanity Restore Consigned To/Collected By PDF Uploads

Untitled

Original work was pen and watercolor. Couples at a table. Women scantily clad, men on suits, over coat, cane and hat. Inventory ID 101 Private Notes Excellent condition. Purchased in 2019 Purchased From Habitat for Humanity Restore Consigned To/Collected By PDF Uploads

July

A serigraph is a print process made with a silkscreen. Joe Price first screens an opaque white surface on each sheet of paper to seal the paper in much the same way that gesso is used to prepare canvas for an oil painting. Colors rest upon this surface rather than being absorbed into the paper. Read more….

Fan with Orange

A serigraph is a print process made with a silkscreen. Joe Price first screens an opaque white surface on each sheet of paper to seal the paper in much the same way that gesso is used to prepare canvas for an oil painting. Colors rest upon this surface rather than being absorbed into the paper. Read more….

Cider Crock

A serigraph is a print process made with a silkscreen. Joe Price first screens an opaque white surface on each sheet of paper to seal the paper in much the same way that gesso is used to prepare canvas for an oil painting. Colors rest upon this surface rather than being absorbed into the paper. Read more….

Afternoon Reflections

A serigraph is a print process made with a silkscreen. Joe Price first screens an opaque white surface on each sheet of paper to seal the paper in much the same way that gesso is used to prepare canvas for an oil painting. Colors rest upon this surface rather than being absorbed into the paper. Read more….

Blue Print for Old Red

A serigraph is a print process made with a silkscreen. Joe Price first screens an opaque white surface on each sheet of paper to seal the paper in much the same way that gesso is used to prepare canvas for an oil painting. Colors rest upon this surface rather than being absorbed into the paper. Read more….

New Growth

A serigraph is a print process made with a silkscreen. Joe Price first screens an opaque white surface on each sheet of paper to seal the paper in much the same way that gesso is used to prepare canvas for an oil painting. Colors rest upon this surface rather than being absorbed into the paper. Read more….

For One

A serigraph is a print process made with a silkscreen. Joe Price first screens an opaque white surface on each sheet of paper to seal the paper in much the same way that gesso is used to prepare canvas for an oil painting. Colors rest upon this surface rather than being absorbed into the paper. Read more….

Fan with Feather

A serigraph is a print process made with a silkscreen. Joe Price first screens an opaque white surface on each sheet of paper to seal the paper in much the same way that gesso is used to prepare canvas for an oil painting. Colors rest upon this surface rather than being absorbed into the paper. Read more….

July

A serigraph is a print process made with a silkscreen. Joe Price first screens an opaque white surface on each sheet of paper to seal the paper in much the same way that gesso is used to prepare canvas for an oil painting. Colors rest upon this surface rather than being absorbed into the paper. Read more….

Egg Series III: Barbed Wire

A serigraph is a print process made with a silkscreen. Joe Price first screens an opaque white surface on each sheet of paper to seal the paper in much the same way that gesso is used to prepare canvas for an oil painting. Colors rest upon this surface rather than being absorbed into the paper. Read more….

Garlic

A serigraph is a print process made with a silkscreen. Joe Price first screens an opaque white surface on each sheet of paper to seal the paper in much the same way that gesso is used to prepare canvas for an oil painting. Colors rest upon this surface rather than being absorbed into the paper. Read more….

Self Portrait

A serigraph is a print process made with a silkscreen. Joe Price first screens an opaque white surface on each sheet of paper to seal the paper in much the same way that gesso is used to prepare canvas for an oil painting. Colors rest upon this surface rather than being absorbed into the paper. Read more….

Egg Series IV: String

A serigraph is a print process made with a silkscreen. Joe Price first screens an opaque white surface on each sheet of paper to seal the paper in much the same way that gesso is used to prepare canvas for an oil painting. Colors rest upon this surface rather than being absorbed into the paper. Read more….

Out Back of Mister Billy’s

A serigraph is a print process made with a silkscreen. Joe Price first screens an opaque white surface on each sheet of paper to seal the paper in much the same way that gesso is used to prepare canvas for an oil painting. Colors rest upon this surface rather than being absorbed into the paper. Read more….

Trio

A serigraph is a print process made with a silkscreen. Joe Price first screens an opaque white surface on each sheet of paper to seal the paper in much the same way that gesso is used to prepare canvas for an oil painting. Colors rest upon this surface rather than being absorbed into the paper. Read more….

Egg Series V: Manikin

Matted, size 16 1/2 x 20 1/2 A serigraph is a print process made with a silkscreen. Joe Price first screens an opaque white surface on each sheet of paper to seal the paper in much the same way that gesso is used to prepare canvas for an oil painting. Colors rest upon this surface Read more….

For Sunday Struttin’

Print is matted: 20 x 14 5/8 Inventory ID 167 Private Notes Shrink-wrapped, in good condition, slight corner damage Purchased From Consigned To/Collected By PDF Uploads

Broken Blue

A serigraph is a print process made with a silkscreen. Joe Price first screens an opaque white surface on each sheet of paper to seal the paper in much the same way that gesso is used to prepare canvas for an oil painting. Colors rest upon this surface rather than being absorbed into the paper. Read more….

Hommage: Studio Rackboard

A serigraph is a print process made with a silkscreen. Joe Price first screens an opaque white surface on each sheet of paper to seal the paper in much the same way that gesso is used to prepare canvas for an oil painting. Colors rest upon this surface rather than being absorbed into the paper. Read more….

Soaring Thoughts

A serigraph is a print process made with a silkscreen. Joe Price first screens an opaque white surface on each sheet of paper to seal the paper in much the same way that gesso is used to prepare canvas for an oil painting. Colors rest upon this surface rather than being absorbed into the paper. Read more….

Waiting

A serigraph is a print process made with a silkscreen. Joe Price first screens an opaque white surface on each sheet of paper to seal the paper in much the same way that gesso is used to prepare canvas for an oil painting. Colors rest upon this surface rather than being absorbed into the paper. Read more….

Red Ripe

Imp. – Abbreviation for the Latin word “impressit”, this mark may be found after the signature if the artist printed their own work. A serigraph is a print process made with a silkscreen. Joe Price first screens an opaque white surface on each sheet of paper to seal the paper in much the same way Read more….

Silence Within

Imp. – Abbreviation for the Latin word “impressit”, this mark may be found after the signature if the artist printed their own work. This artwork is severely damaged. A serigraph is a print process made with a silkscreen. Joe Price first screens an opaque white surface on each sheet of paper to seal the paper Read more….

Ripening

A serigraph is a print process made with a silkscreen. Joe Price first screens an opaque white surface on each sheet of paper to seal the paper in much the same way that gesso is used to prepare canvas for an oil painting. Colors rest upon this surface rather than being absorbed into the paper. Read more….

Spring Morning 7AM

Imp. – Abbreviation for the Latin word “impressit”, this mark may be found after the signature if the artist printed their own work. A serigraph is a print process made with a silkscreen. Joe Price first screens an opaque white surface on each sheet of paper to seal the paper in much the same way Read more….

Secrets

REMARQUED EDITION PRINT (R/E) This term applies to an original pencil sketch drawn by the artist in the print margin, which generally relates to the subject matter and greatly enhances the value of the print. Each sketch is an original additionally singed by the artist and often dated. These are especially prized by collectors for Read more….