Agnes Pelton, Sand Storm, 1932.
The exhibition, Agnes Pelton: Desert Transcendentalist at Phoenix Art Museum is the first exhibition on the little-known American painter in more than 24 years. Although Pelton received some attention during her lifetime, she has been relatively unknown within the field of American Art. Approximately 40–45 works comprise this exhibition shedding light on Pelton’s artistic contribution to American Modernism, while examining her practice against a broader, international framework of spiritual and esoteric abstraction.
Printed in the USA. Comes boarded and wrapped in a clear sleeve. Includes information about the artwork.
Measures 11 x 14" matted.
Image courtesy of Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Bentonville, Arkansas. Photography by Edward C. Robison III