'Homeage to the Clothespin' 2006
24x24". 6 layers for this print.
The all-too-often-overlooked clothespin. Invented during the industrial revolution, it stopped being made in the United States around 1995. Originally known as the gypsy peg, the clothespin was designed for line drying. It was a stroke of genius and served as an inspiration for multiple fine art sculptures. The clothespin’s simple, utilitarian elegance inspires reverence. Although no one up until now has turned it into digital art like this layerism print.
Paper size, 24"x24" (size can be larger with special printing). Limited edition of 30 prints only/heavy watercolor paper. Hand signed, named, numbered and dated.
$1,000 U.S. dollars plus shipping.