Each signed in pencil, dated and numbered 11/28 (total edition includes six artist's proofs), on Hahnemühle Copperplate paper, printed and published by Harlan and Weaver, New York, with the title page, colophon and original red cloth-covered portfolio box, framed (9 prints)
i) Constant Window, 1999 - 2000
ii) Lighthouse, 2001
iii) Etching After 'Yellow-Black', 2000
iv) 56787654, 1999 - 2000
v) Connected Hooks, 2001
vi) Lattice, 2001
vii) Proton Saga, 1999 - 2000
viii) Ramparts, 2001
ix) Base 3, 2000.
plates: 152 by 100 mm 6 by 4 in
sheets: 327 by 275 mm 12 7/8 by 10 7/8 in
About James Siena
Responding to a set of parameters, what the artist calls “visual algorithms,” and following them to their conclusion, James Sienna creates drawings, prints, and paintings that combine mathematical precision with hand-drawn variation. Siena’s works, characterized by repetition and dense with lines, range from the purely abstract to the vaguely biomorphic to the figurative. Known primarily for his concentric or repeating contours and corners, a 2008 exhibition marked a departure, featuring greater irregularity of line and a number of drawings of human faces.
American, b. 1957, Oceanside, California, based in New York, New York