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It's Not Always Black and White

Description: The geometric black, white and gray collage appears to depict a person afloat in the middle of a body of water. However, a shape like this artist has used before for a cordial glass sits atop a set of three steps in the foreground and receding into the distance are planks ranging from white to black. There are some cutouts in the platform that appear to be traps for the seated figure.
Date: 1988
Creator: Crowell-Hilde, Kaki D.

It's Not Always Black and White

Description: A two-part shape that resembles this artist's three-dimensional cordial glasses stands in an interior into the floor of which is a rectangular cut out. Into this recess in the floor falls two small triangular shapes. Two windows are on the walls of the interior while a square shape is cut out of the ceiling. The artwork is made up of white, purplish grays and black.
Date: 1988
Creator: Crowell-Hilde, Kaki D.

Curved Edges and Grid

Description: This square painting consists of two yellow sections with grid patterns and texture. Across the surface is a rough swath of purple which reveals the scratched and grid pattern texture of the underlying layer.
Date: 2003
Creator: Graham, Ann

That

Description: The drawing consists of a grid drawn in graphite with angled marks at each corner. India ink foils the grid pattern with its loose pattern.
Date: 2000
Creator: Graham, Ann

The Jumping Frog is Dead and Buried or Gray Grid Triple Purple

Description: The horizontal painting is divided vertically into two portions, both of which share a grid pattern texture. Sweeping across both dark and light areas is a large black swath revealing the various textures and grids. A light pinkish color of thick paint appears splattered and squirted in the lower portion on the right hand side of the painting.
Date: 2001/2003
Creator: Graham, Ann

Three Strokes and Some Eggs

Description: The square painting consists of a layering of grids. Variations in the colors in the bottom layer of paint creates shapes which the scratched out grid lines reveal. On the top most layer are three vertical streaks of a light color paint.
Date: 2003
Creator: Graham, Ann