VASA MIHICH "JADE TRIANGLE" SCULPTURE, 2017
The dynamic color-shifting triangle is one of Vasa Mihich's most iconic creations.
Like the best of Vasa's work, depending on how you position the piece, different colors will emerge, overlap or recede.
Similarly, depending on how you illuminate the piece, whether with natural light or electric from above - the colors take on different intensities with varying translucency.
We particularly love the color combination of jade green and luminous blue. It is as if Vasa was recreating a verdant mountain, complete with one side in cool shade and blue streams. This is one of the most beautiful combination of colors we've ever handled by this master of color and light.
The triangular shape and colors reference a larger version of the work "Jade Mountain" by Vasa from 1978 - one of his best known works to date.
Needless to say, this work is a true treasure and a sublime example of Vasa's work.
If you are familiar with Caviar20 you probably know that Vasa was a Senior Professor of Design at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) where he taught color theory for many years.
For nearly nearly 50 years he has been working in acrylics; whether on canvas or through sculpture.
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Incised signature and dated
8.5"W 7"H 1.5"D
Pictured below with "Bel-Air Triangle" (mini).
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