Title: Flowers 1970
Size: 36 x 36 inches
Edition: 250, plus 26 AP, signed and lettered A-Z in ball point pen on verso. This edition is an AP lettered S.
Publisher: Factory Additions, New York
Reference #: Feldman II.73
Description: This serigraph was included in the portfolio of 10 prints titled, Flowers 1970, published in 1970. Based on a photograph of Hibiscus flowers by Patricia Caulfield in Modern Photograpy, June 1964. The orientation of the prints illustrated in the Feldman Catalogue is based on that in Caulfield's photograph.
Please join Penrick Collections at Art Hamptons from July 7th-July 10th.
Art Hamptons is an exclusive fair with 60 of the worlds top galleries.
Please let us know if you would like complimentary tickets.
Thursday, July 7, 6 - 9pm | Opening Preview Party
Friday, July 8, 11am - 7pm
Saturday, July 9, 11am - 7pm
Sunday, July 10, 11am - 6pm
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New Acquisitions: Warhol's Purple Cow
Medium: Oil silk screen in colors
Size: 25 x 19 inches
Edition: 200 Publisher: American Image Art
Description: Indiana created the Hope project around Barack Obama's candidacy whose book, Audacity of Hope, helped inspire the artist as the first important leader of the hope generation.
HOPE is a seminal Robert Indiana, the long awaited follow up to his classic LOVE. An instant masterpiece. HOPE was unveiled at the entrance to the Democratic Convention on August 28th, 2008 almost instantly reaching billons of people through television, print and internet transmission. Indiana has created a masterpiece for the 21st century to match his LOVE, a 20th century icon. The HOPE generation is forming around Mr. Indiana’s powerful and positive art logo, with President Barack Obama.*For more details on Indiana's HOPE please log on to our website at www.penrickcollections.com.
On June 5th a reception at Clay Studios’ gallery, co-sponsored by Yamet Arts, the Hat Factory and the Inner Group will celebrate the opening of the Clay Studios' gallery at the Hat Factory and Peekskill's Open Studios weekend. Yamet Arts will exhibit modern and old masters' prints.
A New York Times article in published on May 27, 2010 goies on to esplain..."WHEN the current series of Open Studios in Peekskill began, back in 1998, about a dozen artists invited the public into their work spaces, according to Larry D’Amico, an artist who is the president of the Peekskill Arts Council’s board of directors.
This year, the 13th annual Open Studios, on June 5 and 6, includes work by more than 100 artists on display in about 40 studios, along with 17 exhibitions at galleries, restaurants and the Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art. The event is organized by the Arts Council with support from the City of Peekskill and the Peekskill Business Improvement District.
The art ranges from ceramics and sculptures to paintings and drawings, photographs, videos and installations."...read the full article...and join us on June 5th and 6th at the Hat Factory.
Rick Yamet and Yamet Arts, Inc. is proud to announce their sponsorship of the special artist’s reception at the Peekskill Clay Studios at the Hat Factory.
PEEKSKILL CLAY STUDIOS ART EXHIBITION
Exhibition: June 5th through 20th from 12:30 – 6:30 (closed Sundays except June 6th, 2010).
PEEKSKILL CLAY STUDIOS at the HAT FACTORY