Mixed media (acrylic, chalk and pen) painting by Phoenix artist Jonathan Wayne. This piece is from a language series wherein the artist wrote a series of poems on the under workings of the canvas painted and drew on top of those words then on scraps of paper rewrote the words and pasted them to the canvas. Less radical than it sounds. The piece in my opinion is actually quite strong. I am a little biased however. 2 others available this size.
Tall late 1940’s French floor lamp with gold leaf and glass balls. Excellent original condition. Has been rewired.Unmarked.
Rare Gerald Thurston for Lightolier floor lamp. Made of walnut brass and metal this example dates from the mid fifties and is very hard to come by. Matching table lamp also available.
Pair of ash wod leather and cording chairs designed by Edward Wormley for Drexel in the early fifties. These chairs sit low and deep and feature great chocolate brown leather.
Rare 1965 College of Architecture Palo Soleri serigraph with wonderful graphics and images.Measures: 35″ tall x 14″ wide
Early 1970’s California studio side table. Made of solid walnut this piece is both functional and very sculptural.
Large scale Danish Soholm vessel from the late 1960’s. Rich blue black and Empezamos brown glazes with great circular patterning. Marked. Measures: 17″ tall x 26″ around (at largest point)