DAYBREAK by Roy Ahlgren
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DAYBREAK by Roy Ahlgren is a serigraph with an image size of 12” X 16” published in an edition of only 100. It is pencil signed and numbered by the artist. This print is in mint condition and has not been framed or mounted.
I tried to photograph this so there would be a black background and the beautiful deckled edges on the top and bottom would show up. I could not do this as beautifully as on the print so I just squared my picture off.
DAYBREAK is a serigraph that was printed by silk screens hand cut by Roy Ahlgren, a master print maker and teacher of print making. Anyone familiar with Roy Ahlgren and his works of art knows he has been exhibited around the world and his works art included in many important collections.
Note the picture of Roy Ahlgren.
ABOUT THE ARTIST – (click on any picture to enlarge it)
Roy Ahlgren was born in Erie PA in 1927 and studied at local schools. He worked eleven years as an artist-illustrator. For seven years he was an associate in a fine art gallery.
Has a a B.S. degree from the University of Pittsburg and taught commercial art and print making for ten years. As an artist and print maker he is nationally and internationally recognized for his efforts in serigraphy.
Ahlgren has produced over one-hundred eighty-five limited editions of serigraphs that have been distributed internationally. The early works began as an optical experience throughout the juxtaposition of shapes and lines. Color was also used to heighten the movement through scintillation.
Later, his work touched on figurative and photo methods. Current work uses color modulation to create movement with as many as thirty-two values of a color.
These works are in the permanent collections of numerous art centers, museums, colleges and private collections.
Roy Ahlgren has exhibited at over one-hundred juried shows nationally and internationally earning over twenty awards. His listings include Who’s Who in American Art.