BASIC BLACK WITH PEARLS by P.S. Gordon
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BASIC BLACK WITH PEARLS by P.S. Gordon is an original serigraph with an image size of s 33” X 21” plus full margins. It is pencil signed and numbered by the artist. This print is in mint condition.
P.S. Gordon was born in Claremore OK in 1953. His art works have been exhibited in numerous one-man shows and group exhibitions throughout the U.S.A. His works appear extensively throughout America in private and corporate collections.
He attended college at the University of Oklahoma and The University of Tulsa where he graduated with studies in Watercolor. The list price of this print is $850.00.
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ABOUT THE ARTIST – (click on any picture to enlarge it)
Patrick S. Gordon was born in 1953 in Claremore, Oklahoma and gained national attention with a series of solo exhibitions, beginning in 1982, at the Fischbach Gallery in New York City, and Joseph Gierek Fine Art in his then-adopted hometown of Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Since then, he has continually exhibited at numerous, prominent galleries around the country, been featured in notable museum shows and competitions, and his works can be found in important private, corporate and museum collections throughout the United States. Print editions of Patrick’s work are widely popular with collectors throughout the world.
Patrick rose to prominence on the strength of his large, deeply saturated, somewhat eccentric watercolor still lifes and portraiture, gaining a reputation as an important painter of the “New American Realism” school. Coinciding with a move to New York City in 2003, Patrick began working almost exclusively in oil-on-canvas, an early love, and a shift that represented and embodied a creative infusion of urban life and new beginnings.
Growing up in an artistic household, Patrick took his first painting lessons from his mother, Janelle Gordon, a locally-recognized still life painter. He began his formal studies under the tutelage of the widely-regarded watercolorist Glenn Godsey, at the University of Tulsa. Patrick received his BFA from the University of Tulsa in 1974, where he also completed extensive graduate work in watercolor.