Tony DeLap, Florine, Child of the Air, 1977
Florine, Child of the Air, 1977
Edition of 78
21 x 21 inches
Orange County-based Tony DeLap was a key figure who transformed the tradition of geometric abstraction. Renowned primarily for his painting and sculptural forms, this print is an adept study in a key idea that concerned him throughout his career— namely how the interaction of geometric shapes can create dimensionality and movement on static planes.
This print by DeLap was published to commemorate the opening of OCMA’s 850 San Clemente Building in 1977. For the same occasion, DeLap was also commissioned to create the large-scale Floating Lady sculpture that stood outside the entrance to the museum for several decades.
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