Otto Piene “Composition 8”, 1969.
Otto Piene (1928-2014) was a leading German artist who
specialized in abstraction, kinetic and technology-based art.
His works can be found in the permanent collections of many
of the world’s most prestigious museums including the
Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York, Stedelijk in
Amsterdam, and the National Museum of Modern Art in Tokyo.
24 1/4″ x 30″ color screenprint on wove paper.
Signed, dated, and inscribed épreuve d’artiste by the artist.
$1450.00 Framed with museum glass.
Andy Warhol, “INDIAN” GIANT POSTER, 1977
This is a giant exhibition poster from the 1977
exhibition “American Indian” – which focused
on portraits of Russell Means.
Unlike commissioned portraits of the era,
Warhol used publicity shots (similar to earlier
works of Liz, Marilyn and Elvis) to depict this
Native American actor. Warhol did more hand
embellishments to these silkscreens on canvas
unlike similar work from the 1960’s.
48″H 34″W framed with museum glass.
Offset lithograph poster. USA, 1977.
Tahir Mahmood Chanda floor lamp
Made entirely in CANADA with fine maple wood,
coated in milk paint, the CHANDA LAMP truly reflects
the hues of Canada’s varied landscapes and sets the tone
in any room… Earthly and energizing , made in the
Canadian Spirit, for Canada….Tahir Mahmood. $1250.
Painting, Byron Hodgins, Night Glade. Oil on canvas,
53×45 in. Canada, 2013. $3,350.
Loon No. 3 by Kurt Swinghammer.
Acrylic on canvas. 48×48 in. $5000.
Kurt Swinghammer is a highly acclaimed guitarist,
singer/songwriter, producer, composer, designer
and fine artist based in Toronto.
Byron Hodgins, Night Glade. Oil on canvas, 53×45 in.
Canada, 2013. $3,350.00.
Kurt Swinghammer, Red Canoe Series No. 33.
Acrylic on canvas. 48×48 in. Canada, 2017. $4500.
The Red Canoe Series is an ongoing body of work in which the
composition remains unchanged, but the colour relationships of
the water are unique each time. The initial inspiration was to find
an image that related to landscape painter Tom Thomson,
who was the subject of a song cycle that I wrote and recorded
called Turpentine Wind. One of my goals was to depict an iconic
Canadian subject matter in a contemporary manner.
Kurt Swinghammer is a Toronto-based musician/visual artist. Continue reading
Chari Lesniak, Untitled 2. 36×56 in., oil on canvas. $3000.
Chari Lesniak, Untitled 1. 82×52.5 in., oil on canvas. $5900.