Germany b.1900 – d.1985 Santa Barbara, California
Herbert Bayer studied at the Bauhaus, Weimar 1921-1923 and Dessau 1925-1928.
Practicing the tenets of the original Bauhaus in 1920s Weimar and Dessau, Germany, Herbert Bayer joined other expatriates in the 1930s in relocating in the United States.
At his studio and office in New York City and Aspen, Colorado, Bayer received commissions for his paintings, sculptures, avant-garde surreal photographs, tapestries, industrial designs in typography, housewares, architecture and *lithographs.
In 1948, at the Colorado Fine Arts Center directed by Laurence Barrett, Bayer created *a portfolio of eight color lithographs : “Convolutions”. We offer three impressions from this portfolio. All are signed and in very good condition. They are priced individually
SWEETEN YOUR LIFE
As my Gallery winds down, I find many fine pieces of art
that I’m now willing to make available.
I’ll continue to offer ‘treasures’ to sweeten your
home/office as these pieces have sweetened mine!
MEXICO – UNITED STATES
OUR NEIGHBORS – OURSELVES
So close…and yet there is a border and a language dividing us.
But, the border is porous and the language is a common one, used fluidly and flexibly throughout both countries.
EMBRACE THE ELEMENTS WE SHARE.
AMARANTH ROSLYN EHRENHALT
WILLIAM PAJAUD (1925 – 2015)
William Pajaud took the pulse of the community, he reflected the people he knew, the places he went, the feelings he held. As a long time member of the community – as well as a highly respected business man – William Pajaud was well known on many levels. We can believe what he drew.
Created with Lynton Kistler’s Studio, we are able to offer some of the images from a portfolio of ten. Please ask for others!
IS THERE A ‘WOMAN’S HAND’?
Or should I ask: Is there a Man’s Hand?
Over the fifty years that I’ve been looking, breathing, searching, handling, buying, selling and appraising art, I have yet to determine a certain answer to these questions! I think that a lot of us are influenced by the palette: some pastel, lighter or soothing colors have been deemed ‘feminine’ while bold and challenging palettes are often alluded to as ‘masculine’. I offer examples here that may explode these theories!
Do email me with YOUR opinion!