Flowering Woman I, 1965
Serigraph in 5 colors
Miniature Print Suite I
Paper Size: 4¼ x 3"
Image Size: 2 x 2"
Strathmore Bristol, 2-ply plate finish, 100% cotton rag
Printed at the artist's studio, Washington Avenue, Brooklyn, NY by Clayton Pond
Published by Clayton Pond
This image was derived from the 1965 print titled "Flower Shop". The suite of prints was made for entry in the Second International Miniature Print Exhibition at the Pratt Graphic Art Center, April 6, 1966, in New York City. The show was curated by Una E. Johnson, curator of prints at the Brooklyn Museum, Ansei Uchima, artist, and Fritz Eichenberg, director of the PGAC.
The premise of the show was “that many artists, accustomed to working in large dimensions, are intrigued with the microcosmic intimacy of a small print”. (Quote from Artist’s Proof, Volume VI, Numbers 9-10, 1966).
There also exists a second state of this print, "Flowering Woman II", that has a minor color variation of violet instead of green on the shape in the upper right hand corner.
© Clayton Pond 1965[mashshare]