Capella Wind State III

Capella Wind State III, a lithograph by June Wayne
Capella Wind State III, a lithograph by June Wayne

Capella Wind State III


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18 3/4 x 14 3/4 in. (47.6 x 37.5 cm)


Edition of 10

Deckled and torn edges. Numbered, titled, and signed in pencil below image lower right; embossed with the artist's and printer’s chops. Color lithographs printed by Edward Hamilton on Wayne’s own Rives with Tamstone watermark.

Year: 1978

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Neuberger Museum of Art, 1997; Pomona College, 1992; Macquarie Galleries, 1989; Fresno Art Museum, 1988; Associated American Artists, 1988; Macalester College, 1986; Print Club of Philadelphia, 1985; MB Abram Galleries, 2017

Bibliothéque National de France , Los Angeles County Museum of Art State; Arizona State University Art Museum, Museum of Modern Art, New York Public Library, Williams College Museum of Art

Gilmour, 1992; The O’Melveny and Myers Collection, 1981; Davis, 1980

“Capella Wind is the first example of an inking technique that was a new invention for me. It's got four halos in it, all done in the inking.

I had Ed make the yellow with an area of transparency, shifting on the roller from full yellow to light. 50 he rolls that on and then shifts ninety degrees and does the same thing with the same inking running the Other way. Where the light areas cross each Other, you get halos. You can make as many or as few as you want." - June Wayne (Source: The Art of Everything, Robert Conway, 2007)