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d'ART ID#: 94112
Length: 14.00 in (35.56 cm)
Height: 14.00 in (35.56 cm)
Depth: 0.00 in (0.00 cm)
Framed: N
Year Created:
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Giclee , Paper
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Scott Sandell
Mapping The Current 4-122
Scott Sandell
Limited Edition Prints - US $250.00

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"Mapping the Current #04.122" by Scott Sandell
Limited Edition Giclee on Schoelhammer Fine Art Paper
Edition Size 195
Image Size 14" x 14"
Paper size 14" x 14"
Signed and Numbered by the artist

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Scott Sandell holds a B.F.A. degree from the University of Minnesota. He was awarded a Jerome Foundation Grant/The Printmaking Workshop Fellowship Grant in 1982. In 1987 he received the Best of Show award from the exhibition The Printed Image held in the Hudson River Museum. His work is in many prestigious national and international collections such as: Morgan Stanley, The Chrysler Museum, The Deutsche Bank, Walker Art Center, Mano Golf Club, Tokyo, Emory University, Atlanta and Frederick R. Weisman Art Museum, Minneapolis.

The artist has developed an esthetic that is a blend of East and West. An elongated vertical composition derived from Japanese banners is one characteristic of the artist's elegant style as demonstrated in the series of original collaged monotypes titled Waterlines. He uses Japanese and European papers to chine collé and collage his monotypes. Silk-screened grids, curvilinear and geometric lines, brush strokes, in brilliant color and gold, enhance the surface while directing the eye through the print.

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