Cleveland-based printmaker Barbara Dworkin Smith was productive and popular. Though she was a favorite daughter of the Ohio art scene, she had an active exhibition calendar in venues all over the country, particularly in the 1970s. This picture exemplifies her work, with the organic and earthy feel she often presented, highly-structured but offset with organic forms and organic colors.
Hand-Pulled unique Intaglio Monoprint (i.e., only one impression was made) with Collage and Drawing.
Signed by the artist, in pencil, en recto lower right. Titled en recto center. Editioned en recto lower left.
This is a unique print (1/1) with collage and drawing.
Custom matted and framed in a wood frame behind 99% UV-blocking art glass using strictly conservation-grade materials.
33 in. (h) x 28 in. (w) x 1.5 in. (d)
26 in. (h) x 20 in. (w)