L.A. Greenhouse Premiere - Leo Limon (NEW)
L.A. Greenhouse Premiere
About the Work

From the Artist

I reference a Living Native Cultural Legacy of Abya Yala and incorporate the modern world. I draw what I see, and change it with imagination by acting as a prism that reflects beautiful rainbow colors.
—From Brandywine Workshop and Archives records
Leo Limón's print L.A. Greenhouse Premiere comments on urban pollution as a contribution to the "Greenhouse Effect." The print's central motif is a figure with an Indian headdress (alluding to the artist's heritage, which is Native American and Mexican) and dressed in business clothes running across a blue sky holding a small red truck with a camper in the back. The boldness of Limón's lines and his use of bright colors suggest motion and chaos. Pollutants are symbolized by a camper truck, airplanes, cars, and large buildings. The disruption of human life and destruction of plant life are indicated by hearts and colorful plants tossed about in the sky.
—From Brandywine Workshop and Archives records

About the Artist

Born in East Los Angeles, artist Leo Limón studied at the Otis/Parsons Arts Institute (now Otis College of Art and Design), Los Angeles.

Limón was influenced by the artist collective Los Four and is involved in the Chicano Art Movement...

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L.A. Greenhouse Premiere

Medium

Offset Lithograph

Date

1990

Dimensions

22" x 30"

Edition Size

100 prints in this edition

Printer

Robert "Bob" Franklin

Provenance:

Brandywine Workshop and Archives

Location

Philadelphia, PA