Bill Hinz hand hooked wall hanging circa early 1960’s. This lovely and rare example has vibrant hues of blues oranges and yellows and is housed in its original walnut frame.
Rare and early Ed Moulthrop wild cherry turned bowl. This example dates from the 1970’s and has incredibly varied tones in the cherry. It does have a split on one side that appears to be a natural part of the wood. This bowl has the early M stamp and is all original.
Large-scale hand-painted foil assemblage, circa early 1980s. This unusual example incorporates dozens of hand-painted strips of foil that interlock to form a woven type feel. It is housed in a 5″ deep Lucite frame. Unsigned.
8′ mixed media panel by Jim Proctor circa early 1960’s. This monumental example was executed on Masonite and was carved into and painted in hues of grays silvers and golds. The sheer scale of this piece is impressive on top of the layering of color and texture. Red will be listing more examples of Proctors work in the coming weeks.
Sonambient tall bronze sculpture by Rodger Mack, circa early 1970s. This phenomenal example mixes linear and organic forms and looks stunning from every angle. Please see our other listings for an accompanying table sculpture.
Agnese Udinotti abstract oil on canvas from 1965. This example is an early work by this internationally renowned artist who resides in Arizona.
Ben Goo marble sculpture circa late 1970s. This phenomenal example is done in Calacatta marble and is cantilevered on a steel post with lacquered wood base. Pencil signed B Goo. Height including base is 14.75″.
Limited edition ‘Bag One’ lithograph by John Lennon. This example numbered 119 of 300. It was purchased form the Dyansen gallery of Soho and Red has the original receipts and newspaper article featuring the same lithograph (please see photo).
Italo Valenti mixed-media painting, circa late 1960s. This whimsical large-scale example has layered burlap atop the canvas that has been mindfully painted in hues of oranges yellows and reds.
Six monumental black walnut and steel sculptures or panels by Allen Ditson, circa early 1960s. These stunning figural examples are finished on both sides and are phenomenal as a set of 6 or individually. They are mounted on weighted steel bases and measure 5′ tall and 42″ wide. These were commissioned by the Valley National Bank of Arizona and stood as part of the bank interior for several years. We would ideally prefer to sell these as a set but would consider selling them individually.