Viola Frey, American, 1933-2004, The Discussion II, Pastel on Paper, 44 X 60
Viola Frey was an artist often credited with pushing the boundaries of traditional ceramic sculpture. Although best known for her larger-than-life ceramic figures, over the years her practice also encompassed painting. Frey’s subject matter often featured aspects of daily life such as men in blue business suits, women in floral dresses or in the nude, as well as a collage style including seemingly random but unifying gesture of trinkets and collectibles.
|Dimensions||44 × 60 in|
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