If you have ever spent time in Sarasota, Florida, you might know that it has an impressive arts tradition. The abstract painter Syd Soloman helped create it. He had a second home in East Hampton, NY, and over many decades, he divided his time between two places he loved, Florida and New York. “The Flow of Wilderness” was an exhibit in1981, shared by a Hollywood (Florida, not California) gallery as well as a New York one. This is the original poster in its original framing, signed in pencil by the artist. The frame is aluminum, the poster is under plexi-glass. A slice of gallery life from a great American painter.
34.5" H x 24" W x 1" Deep
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