Star Dust State I a lithograph by June Wayne

Star Dust State I - June Wayne

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11/8 x 9 3/8 in. (28.3 x 23.8 cm)
Edition of 15
Deckled and torn edges.; numbered, titled, and signed in pencil within image lower right; embossed with the artist’s and printer’s chops. Lithographs printed by Edward Hamilton on Wayne’s own Rives with Tamstone watermark.
Year: 1978

Neuberger Museum of Art, 1997; Pomona College, 1992; Macquarie Galleries, 1989; Fresno Art Museum, 1988; Print Club of Philadelphia, 1985; Associated American Artists, November 1985; Galerie des Femmes, 1985; Espace Pierre Cardin, 1983; Port of History Museum, 1983 (illus.); Northern Illinois University, 1982 (illus.); Occidental College, 1980; Security Pacific Bank, 1980; Pomona College, 1978 (illus.)

Brodsky Center, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Bibliothéque National de France , Museum of Modern Art, National Gallery of Art, New York Public Library, Williams College, Museum of Art

Gilmour, 1992; Museum of Modern Art, 1936,- 7712 O'Melveny and Myers Collection, 1981

"State I is an absolute masterpiece. It’s like the first state of Silent Wind in that respect; there is nothing I could do better. It's a tiny print, but so dynamic and crisp. The image works so beautifully. It all comes from oxidation on the plate. I don't think that | used any stop—out at all, just peau de crapaud carried to the nth degree." - June Wayne (Source: The Art of Everything, Robert Conway, 2007)