Alphabit #23 W
Clay Huffman’s background as an architecture student is clear in this work, which blends figurative with abstraction. Huffman nicknamed this work “Small McD,” and the work is commentary on McDonald’s as an emblem of Americanism.
With the heavy inking, glossiness, and luminosity of the silkscreen technique pioneered by mid-Century New York artist Clayton Pond.
|Dimensions||35 × 23 in|
Print, Serigraph in Colors
Serigraph (silkscreen) in 34 colors on white wove paper.
Signed by the artist, in pencil, en recto lower right, with date. Editioned and titled, in pencil, en recto lower left.
This is the 86th impression out of the edition of 300.
Custom framed behind 99% UV-blocking art glass using strictly conservation-grade materials.
Excellent condition. Bright, crisp, clear, full margins, without handling marks or soiling.
18 in. (h) x 15 in. (w) x .5 (d)
8 in. (h) x 7 in. (w)