Turquoise and Jade Exhibition Poster
An exclusive collection of professionally designed posters of selected works in the exhibition are now available for the viewing public to own and enjoy. Using the highest quality paper and state of the art digital print technology, each poster is produced with impeccable fidelity by digital imaging specialists with decades of experience specifically documenting fine art. Each poster measures a standard 18 by 24 inches to be enjoyed framed or standing alone in multiple living and work settings. Each poster is a work of art in its own right and available for a limited time only in connection with the exhibition.
The climax of Gilot’s experimentation with color was her use of the blended inking technique as seen in Turquoise and Jade, created in 1979 using six colors and printed by master printer Ed Hamilton (an expert in blended ink techniques) at the studio of fellow artist June Wayne in Los Angeles California. This technically complex composition was the last color lithograph made by Gilot in the United States concluding an extended period of printmaking in the 1970’s. It is set an extremely high technical standard with blended inks applied in two different directions, challenging the printers’ ability to reproduce each lithograph without variation.
Poster Size: 18x24 inches
Material: Cotton Paper
Weight: 200 GSM
Original Image Information:
Original Image Size: 21x29 inches
Limited Edition: Editions of 30
Signed: by Francois Gilot
Provenance: Given by the artist to her first official archivist, Professor Mel Yoakum (June Wayne’s Studio, Los Angeles, California).