American Moon No. 1
Neil Korpi (American b. 1942) "American Moon No. 1 " Edition no. 66, Abstract Serigraph Screen Print signed and numbered in Pencil, 32.50 x 23, Late 20th Century
Colors: Blue, White, Purple, Green Neil Korpi is an American artist hailing from Minnesota who worked as an apprentice and under the tutelage of Luther Stovall, spent several years as a working artist learning fine hand printing at the Corcoran Museum's experimental serigraphy workshop in Washington, D.C. The workshop attracted such well-known artists as Josef Albers, Alexander Calder, Sam Gilliam, Frank Stella, Gene Davis and Paul Jenkins. By 1973 his own work in color theory was recognized and exhibited at the Phillips Collection. His paintings and prints have since been exhibited and collected by major museums, prominent corporation and important private collectors.