Visit Joseph Reeder in his Chicago studio to learn more about the work of this artist who moves seamlessly amongcerami c sculpture, painting and drawing. Buyer pays shipping and insurance on this drawing which is transported rolled and unframed. 
Joseph REEDER Shaped Drawing "Wing" "Wing" is from a new series of work that cross-media artist Joseph Reeder refers to as "shaped drawings". This series deals with Reeder's interest in the gesture of reoccuring patterns in nature. The drawing is on French (Arches) paper painted withi nks, watercolors, woodstain, acrylic and oil.
Visit Joseph Reeder in his Chicago studio to learn more about the work of this artist who moves seamlessly among ceramicsc ulpture, painting and drawing. Buyer pays shipping and insurance on this drawing which is mounted and unframed. 
Joseph REEDER "Pirouette" Shaped Drawing Cross media artist Joseph Reeder is currently making works that he refers to as "shaped drawings". This shaped drawing, "Pirouette", was completed in September 1999. It is painted on French (Arches) paper painted with inks, watercolors,woodstain, a crylic and oil. In whatever medium he chooses, Joseph Reeder specializes in rich, complex abstracted surfaces. Please email for more detailed photos of this work.
Visit Josep h Reeder in his Chicago studio to learn more about the work of this artist who moves seamlessly among ceramic sculpture, painting and drawing. Buyer pays shipping and insurance on this drawing which is mounted and unframed. 
Joseph REEDER "Little Crusty" Ceramic Sculpture Cross-media artist Joseph Reeder's ceramic sculpture is labor intensive: through repeated low firings he gets the same effects in his glazes that he achieves in his paintings. This piece entitled "Little Crusty" is from an ongoing body of work calle d "The China Series". Please email for a wonderfully detailed photo of this richly-textured sculpture. Buyer pays shipping and insurance. Visit Joseph Reeder in his Chicago st udio. 
Susan KAPROV "Centaur" Gouache CHECK AVAILABILITY.Susan Kaprov's current paintings use puzzles as a basis for exploring concepts like structure and randomness. In "Centaur" Kaprov appropriates a puzzle-piece shape and layers it over a complex floral image (which is itself a sort of puzzle). This work is a combination of media: gouache on Iris print. The paper is very heavy (60lb.) Somerset satin rag. Please email for detail photos of this painting. Kaprov's work currently on view in the Metropolitan Museum of Art (NYC), M ezzanine Gallery. Kaprov's work is in many major collections including: Museum of Modern Art (New York), National Museum of American Art (Washington, DC) & Brooklyn Museum. Please email for detail photos of this piece. Buyer pays shipping and insuran ce costs.
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Diane CHURCHILL "Red & Green Landscape" Diane Churchill's painting on paper "Red & Green Landscape" is a rich layering of pattern and color--multiple images of a summer landscape. It is painted in acrylic on heavy, gesso-coated paper. Please email for more detailed photos of the painti ng. This work is unframed; buyer pays shipping and insurance. Visit Diane Churchill in her studio. View more Diane Chu rchill paintings offered for sale. 
John Clem CLARKE Pop Painting "Living Room, Stairs..." Pop artist John Clem Clarke uses familiar objects as subjects for his paintings. Clarke fuses photo-realist techniques and advertising imagery with a Pop art sensibility. This painting whose complete title is " Living Room, Stairs, Couch--Pentimen ti" dates from 1996. Detailed photos of this painting are available via email. Clarke has an extensive museum collection, public commissions and auction record pedigree. Visit JohnC lem Clarke's Soho studio and learn more about his painting techniques. Buyer pays shipping and insurance. However, this is one of Clarke's "roll-up" canvases (linen on mylar) and ships easily. 
Patricia HANSEN Painting "Looking East Manhattan" In the 70's artist Patricia Hansen used city views as the background for her paintings. In the late 80's she brought those scenes forward as subjects for her work. This view "Looking East Manhattan" shows a rooftop view from Soho eastward. Pleasee mail for close-up photos of the frame which is an integral part of this artwork; the frame is stamped with images from some of the rooftops. Buyer pays shipping and insurance. This piece is quite heavy because of the solid wood frame. Hansen is rep resented in many major corporate collections. Photo-interview with Portrait and Still Life Painter Patricia Hansen and Information on Portrait Commissions. 
Kate WATTSON Painting "Brown Bag" Contemporary colorist painter Kate Wattson finds her subject matter in simple objects from daily life. Wattson's "Brown Bag" is typical of the artist's fine handling of color. Buyer pays shipping and insurance. Kate Wattson talks to kids about her art in Biddington's new feature MY ART. Visit Kate Wattson's studio. 
Kate WATTSON Painting "Four Vases" Contemporary colorist painter Kate Wattson was trained in the academic realist tradition. Wattson considers this work a study in precise painting. "Four Vases" is also typical of the artist's beautiful handling of color. Buyer pays shipping and i nsurance. Kate Wattson talks to kids about her art in Biddington's new feature MY ART. 
Richard MOCK Painting "East River Morning" Although Richard Mock may be most familiar to the public through his marvelous linocuts whose topical sting enlivened the Op-Ed pages of the New York Times during the 1980's, Mock's major focus is as an abstract painter and art printmaker. This sh immeringabstract work entitled "East River Morning" shows Mock's interest in painting in front of the picture plane. He acknowledges the obvious connection to the Impressionists. Mock's compositions--repetitive, structured & orderly--keep the surfa ce from floating away. Richard Mock is represented in the collections of: Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York), Museum of Fine Arts (Boston), Chase Manhattan Bank, Bank of America and many more public and private collections. Visit Richard Mock's Red Hook (Brooklyn) studio. View Richard Mock's linocut prints. Buyer pays shipping and insurance costs. Please email for de tailed photos of this work. 
Harry GORDON Wood Sculpture "Thor's Hammer" "Thor's Hammer" by artist Harry Gordon is a sculpture carved in natural black walnut. Gordon is known for his skill is letting the material speak for itself. He has accomplished that beautifully in this piece using the color variation within the wo od as part of the composition. Please email for more detailed photos and for more information on the artist who is included in many major sculpture exhibits throughout the US. Buyer pays shipping and insurance.
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