The Kenneth Tyler Print Collection blog posts about their long history collaborating with artist Frank Stella on his prints and sculptures. The post documents "the serendipitous and open-minded way Frank finds many of his images. With a Melville-like appreciation of high and low, squalid and pristine, silly and serious, it is no wonder that 'stuff' from so many sources makes Stella's studio a place for alchemy. A rusted hulk of steel, the left over armature of a foundry casting, or tourist's Brazilian twisty beach hat, can become a sculpture with profound grace and impact."
Image coming soon.