Print on handmade paper. Paper is light beige in color with flecks of various colors. Edges of sheet are ragged. Composition is horizontally oriented. Composition consists of two rectangular shapes outlined in gold, placed side by side with gold line, approximately 1” long, vertical, in between. Main colors of composition are blue-grey, purple, light purple, teal, and peach. Rectangle on left appears more blueish purple. Rectangle on right appears more blue-green. “Green Visit” is written in pencil on the bottom left corner. “Ed. 26” is written in pencil on the bottom center. “Mullen” is signed in pencil on the bottom right corner. Back of sheet consists of a ghost image of the two rectangles.
Print created by Philip Mullen in 1976. Mullen is a renowned artist that has been exhibited nationally and internationally. His work is not only part of the permanent collections at McKissick Museum, but also the Smithsonian Institute in Washington D.C., Brooklyn Museum in New York, Sonje Museum of Contemporary Art in South Korea, among others. He specializes in the use of acrylic paints.
Piece is on loan from the McKissick Museum.
Located outside Room 209H.