X-ray image of a chest with a sun orb in the center of the chest. Surrounded by misty clouds and groupings of birds, which occupy the top and lower portion of the image, frames x-ray on a horizontal axis. 38" x 26"
Angelic figure with a halo stands centrally, light pink body with dark green wings. Two men stand under the angel and look up, brown/black figures. Dyptic print. Unframed: 11 x 9 Framed: 22.5 x 31.5. Website: http://thedali.org/
Black solid brush strokes occupy the lower portion of the image, loose strokes showing white space expand out from the top and occupy 3/4 of the image. Unframed: 14" x 23" Framed: 21" x 32.5"Website: http://www.woodsidebrasethgallery.com/artists/george-tsutakawa/
Geometric teal, beige & navy print. Large teal and navy square occupy the center portion and are surrounded by geometric, thin shapes. Natural color linen matte with gold edges. Unframed: 6 3/4" x 8 3/4" Framed: 21.5" x 22.5" Website: http://www.vasarely.com/
A dense bouquet of Geraniums occupy a clear vase. Three peaches sit underneath the vase. A smaller blue/ gray vase can be found in the right of the background. Unframed: 15"x11.25". Framed at 14" x 18"
Man with a surprised or knowing look, and a rather large nose, types on a typewriter that seems to be exploding paper. Lower portion of the etching is filled with swirling paper from the typewriter. White linen matte, two successive layers of gold metal in a brown/red frame. Unframed: 7.5" x 6.5" Framed: 19" x 18" Website: http://www.charlesbragg.com/
This chaotic take on industry illustrates a red crane, black and orange truck, and purple watertower in a gray and bleak seeming time. Orange rectangles, or 'Hot Pockets', litter the ground. Image is of a Hot Pocket in Walla Walla, reflects the influence of his mentor, Grant Wood, and is a good example of Regionalism.
Beach scene in lavender, creamsicle and light turquoise. Two cattails on a sand dune, five birds in the distance, big purple sun and ocean. Unframed: 21" x 26.5" Framed: 32.5"37.5" x Website: http://www.parkwestgallery.com/artist/peter-max