Helen FrankenthalerArtist Feature
"Art has a will of its own," said Helen Frankenthaler (1928 - 2011) "Every canvas is a journey all its own." In her-six decade career, Frankenthaler broadened the possibilities of abstract painting. Widely credited as one of the founders of the Color Field movement, Frankenthaler's paintings and prints were dominated by vivid veils of color—simultaneously bright and soft abstract representations of real or imaginary landscapes.
Sol LeWittArtist Feature
"Conceptual Artists are mystics rather than rationalists," said Sol LeWitt (1928-2007.) "They leap to conclusions that logic cannot reach." Regarded as a founder of Conceptual Art, LeWitt rose to fame in the late 1960s. His two and three-dimensional body of work includes countless works on paper, wall drawings, and structures in the varied scales and shapes.
James TurrellAten Reign, 2015 Archival pigment print
44 x 65 in 111.8 x 165.1 cm
Edition of 30
Olafur EliassonYour reversed Berlin sphere, 2016 Color-print on Fuji crystal archive II paper mounted on dibond, color-effect filter glass, glass, wood frame
36 1/2 x 36 1/2 in 92.7 x 92.7 cm
Edition of 40
Peter DoigCanoe Island , 2000 Color serigraph
28.9 x 39.4 in 73.4 x 100.1 cm
Edition of 300
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