Vertical black brushstrokes are predominate with some streaks of white. Flanking the right and left edges of the canvas are gradations of blue and red strips of color painted in short horizontal strokes.
Painting consists of mostly black vertical brushstrokes with some white streaks. Bits of red and orange are blended in some small spots. There are three narrow, vertical, color strips, strokes painted horizontally, scattered around the center of the canvas.
The drawing consists of a grid drawn in graphite with each corner marked by cross marks. Foiling this pattern is a series of marks created from bean pods that had been dipped in ink and slapped across the surface of the paper.
The sculptural piece is vertical and begins with a large bulbous, teardrop shape as its base. Emerging vertically is a column from which spring nine flower bud shapes that are attached mechanically with pins and cotter pins to the column or stem.
Painting consists of black, white, and beige brushstrokes scraped and blended in equal quantities. On the far right edge of the canvas, a gradation from white to black is painted in long horizontal bands.
A male figure in the foreground looks at something on a woman's desk. She is seated and holds a telephone receiver. Behind her is a man looking closely at a painting on the wall. The woman states, "Excuse me, these are private papers." The painting on the wall consists of squares of different colors. The man in the foreground is painted in a dark pinkish red tone.
A tall bowl shape sits atop a cushion shaped base. Both the base and the vessel are covered with a complex series of patterns and textures. Vertical panels of yellow, light blue and black are further enhanced with texture and short curvilinear lines in gray and black. Rectangular cutouts are inside the black sections of both the vessel and base.
The sculptural earthenware piece depicts a person's head from the nose up. The eyes are wide open and atop the head are four shapes resembling ears of corn. The colors are predominately yellows and light browns with blue eyes. The face and hair are highly textured.
The platter's edge is a yellow crackled surface on that encloses a green crackle texture in the center. Six purple curved rectangular shapes begin at the outside edge and move to the center while yellow and orange coils fill one side of the interior of the platter.
The sculpture depicts a crackled yellow head with blue eyes. The bottom portion of the head, including the mouth is not included in the sculptural piece. A serpentine shape in the same yellow color encircles the top of the head. Sitting atop the head like a small hat is a green cylindrical shape out of which protrudes a coil-rope funnel shape.
The artwork is in the shape of a plate and on it is depicted a masked man applying something to a large cactus like shape. The plate is rimmed in a textured blue. The light yellow background of the plate is covered with hieroglyphic type marks and symbols. The man's body is a heavily textured green color and his mask is orange.
The bowl shaped vessel sits atop a matching cushion shaped stand. Both bowl and stand are highly textured with grooved lines as well as amoeba shapes within which curved lines are carved. The colors are pale yellow, pale pink and a dark blue black.
The white bowl shape is covered with patterned squares filled in with black and blue short hash marks. A sweeping blue transparent overlay shape hugs the side of the bowl as do two horizontally oriented black outlines.
The porcelain artwork consists of a cup shape seated on a base. The cup is covered with yellow, gray and black geometric decoration. The yellow sections are textured with linear striations while the gray areas include some squiggly marks that resemble cursive handwriting.
The bowl shape sits atop a cushion shape that echoes the surface colors and textures of the bowl. A circle shape enclosing wiggly lines decorates the center of the exterior side of the bowl. Also around the exterior of the bowl are vertically oriented linear black lines and textural lines.
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