Limited Edition Lithograph

Eva Kwong Warm Waters LIMITED EDITION LITHOGRAPH 1988 Lakeside Studio

Eva Kwong Warm Waters LIMITED EDITION LITHOGRAPH 1988 Lakeside Studio
Eva Kwong Warm Waters LIMITED EDITION LITHOGRAPH 1988 Lakeside Studio
Eva Kwong Warm Waters LIMITED EDITION LITHOGRAPH 1988 Lakeside Studio
Eva Kwong Warm Waters LIMITED EDITION LITHOGRAPH 1988 Lakeside Studio
Eva Kwong Warm Waters LIMITED EDITION LITHOGRAPH 1988 Lakeside Studio
Eva Kwong Warm Waters LIMITED EDITION LITHOGRAPH 1988 Lakeside Studio
Eva Kwong Warm Waters LIMITED EDITION LITHOGRAPH 1988 Lakeside Studio
Eva Kwong Warm Waters LIMITED EDITION LITHOGRAPH 1988 Lakeside Studio
Eva Kwong Warm Waters LIMITED EDITION LITHOGRAPH 1988 Lakeside Studio

Eva Kwong Warm Waters LIMITED EDITION LITHOGRAPH 1988 Lakeside Studio    Eva Kwong Warm Waters LIMITED EDITION LITHOGRAPH 1988 Lakeside Studio
Hong Kong 1954 created this limited edition lithograph at Lakeside Studio in 1988. Lithograph printed in black, on Arches white archival watermarked paper. Signed titled dated and numbered 9/30 by the artist in graphite. Printed and published by The Lakeside Studio (blindstamp lower right). Titled: "Warm Waters" Size: 22" X 30" (paper) 8.25" X 10.25" (image).

Condition: The print is in excellent condition, very clean, there are two slight margin creases, hardly noticeable, otherwise mint. Eva Kwong was born in Hong Kong and moved to New York as a teenager. She received her BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design and her MFA from Tyler School of Art.

Her work-study job at the Nature Lab at RISD immersed her studies in the diversity and similarity of forms from nature. Her lifelong interest in the intersection of the art and science of the natural world provides the conceptual framework and visual vocabulary for her compelling, colorful organic forms in sculpture, installations and vessels. Eva has presented her work in lectures, workshops and exhibitions throughout the US and in China, Korea, Japan, Australia, Italy and Finland. She has done public art projects for the Center For Disease Control and Prevention, the Cleveland Clinic, Hilton Columbus and the Cleveland Airport. Much of the inspiration for my work comes from my wonderment of the natural world within and around us. The references to natural forms began when I was a work-study student in the Nature Lab at the Rhode Island School of Design in the early 70s.

That 20 hours a week gave me an immersion in the shapes, colors, patterns, structures and principles found in organic form and the human body. This experience generated the visual vocabulary that informs all the work that I do. I like to make things.

It is my way of experiencing and understanding the world through my own filter. It is like "tapping", a term used by the bushman to refer to a sense of an animal or water nearby. It is a gut-felt, intuitive impulse to puts things that I think about into concrete form.

To me making anything in art is like dreaming. This item is in the category "Art\Art Prints".

The seller is "lakesidestudio_23" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.

  • Size: Medium (up to 36in.

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  • Region of Origin: Lakeside, MI
  • Artist: Eva Kwong
  • Production Technique: Lithography
  • Style: Chinese, Contemporary Art, Surrealism
  • Item Height: 22 in
  • Item Width: 30 in
  • Material: Ink, Paper
  • Theme: Art, Inspirational, Love
  • Time Period Produced: 1980-1989
  • Type: Print
  • Features: Signed, Limited Edition, Numbered
  • Subject: Life, Space, Water, Lake Michigan, ceramics, Nudes
  • Culture: American
  • Item Length: 30 in
  • Original/Licensed Reprint: Limited Edition Print
  • Year of Production: 1988
  • Unit of Sale: Single-Piece Work
  • Listed By: Dealer or Reseller
  • Date of Creation: 1988
  • Width (Inches): 22
  • Height (Inches): 30
  • Print Surface: Paper


Eva Kwong Warm Waters LIMITED EDITION LITHOGRAPH 1988 Lakeside Studio    Eva Kwong Warm Waters LIMITED EDITION LITHOGRAPH 1988 Lakeside Studio