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House: Dots, Hatches, 1998 by Jennifer Bartlett
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Jennifer Bartlett (b. 1941, Long Beach, California) graduated from Mills College in Oakland, California, and earned her BFA and MFA from Yale University. Since her first one-person exhibit in New York in 1974, she has had numerous one-person shows and has participated in major exhibitions at institutions such as the San Francisco Museum of Art; the Albright-Knox Gallery, Buffalo; the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis; the Museum of Art, Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh; the Brooklyn Museum of Art; and the Milwaukee Museum.

Jennifer Bartlett is an internationally recognized painter and printmaker. Her early work, which was strictly limited to grids, graphs, and dots, has evolved to include an expanded view of the possibilities of classifying and cataloging. Recently she has created a set of works linked by the image of a square and triangle immediately identifiable as a house. The silkscreen print House: Dots, Hatches is based on the 1998 oil painting of the same title.

The Smithsonian Associates published the fine-art print House: Dots, Hatches in collaboration with Jennifer Bartlett. The colorful silkscreen print presents a seemingly simple image of a red house camouflaged by brightly colored dots and hatches within a loose grid pattern, which creates a confetti-like screen. The intense primary colors and highly active patterns make this a dynamic and exciting image, which is reflective of Ms. Bartlett's interest in the way the mind organizes ideas and visual information.

Special Information: 23-color screen print, signed and numbered edition of 150. Printed on Arches 88, 100% cotton rag paper. Sold unframed, along with a certificate of authenticity from the Smithsonian.

Image dimensions: 30 x 30 inches

Paper dimensions: 38 x 38 inches

Produced by: Brand X Studios, New York (now Brand X Editions, Long Island City, New York)
Other works in our collection by Jennifer Bartlett:

The Pool, 1983
Poster, unsigned