WILLIAM T. WILEY, DENEB, 1996
William T. Wiley
Printed by Shark's Ink, Published by Print Club of Cleveland
or offer here is a fantastic multi color 1996 lithograph, hand signed and numbered by the remarkable well listed California artist William T. Wiley. Some people include Wiley in the genre of California funk, but he is so much more than that. He's a professor, punster (poet laureate) and close friend of Bruce Nauman, who both share the love of words and irony in life and art. The title of this piece is "Deneb" - the brightest star in the distant constellation Cygnus - one of the few that it is said can be seen with the naked eye. Imprinted on the lithograph itself is the next of a poem, as Wiley is famous for incorporating words in his art. This lithograph is unframed (never framed) in excellent condition. It has Deckled Edges so it will look terrific floated and framed.
The Print Club of Cleveland publication No. 7
Signed, dated & inscribed "Ed. 265"
Provenance: The Print Club of Cleveland publication No. 7