Dark orange frame with lighter orange matte. Blue 3-D square containing an inner square with a tree and surrounding foliage scene, inside of an orange square that contains a crescent moon. “Copper Moon” is written in pencil in the lower left corner of the white background. “David Freed” is signed in the center right of the white background.
Print created by David Freed, a renowned American printmaker based in Richmond, Virginia. He taught printmaking as a professor at Virginia Commonwealth University School of Arts. His work has been shown internationally in galleries such as Smithsonian, Albertina Museum in Austria, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Museum of Modern Art in New York, among many others. He has collaborated with famous poets on mixed media books. He is best known for his intaglio technique in printmaking.
Piece is on loan from the McKissick Museum.
Located in the Development Suite between rooms 254 and 255.