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$ 3,750

Starred Cloud

Documentation Signed
Origin United States
Period 1980-1999
Materials Gouache on Arches paper
W. 30 in; H. 22.5 in;
W. 76.2 cm; H. 57.15 cm;
Condition Good. needs frame
Creation Date 1989
Description Throughout his sixty-year-artistic-career, Hayes (1931-2013) created sculptural forms abstracted from organic forms encountered in daily life. His sculptures have affinities to Alexander Calder's playful stabiles (Hayes knew Calder in Paris) and to the shapes and colors of Matisse's late paper cutouts. Hayes's works are firmly rooted in Modern artists' interests in industrial materials and in commercial fabrication processes. His work is in more than 70 museum collections.

Hayes first studied with the noted American sculptor David Smith. From his teacher, Hayes mastered an appreciation for the permanence of steel. In Indiana, where Smith taught, both Smith and Hayes learned about forging from a local blacksmith. Smith began his Forging Series in 1955, and continued to create his revered Tanktotems. Hayes forged his own animal forms, sculptures that were quickly accepted into shows at New York’s Museum of Modern Art and the Guggenheim Museum’s inaugural exhibition in 1959.

This is one of a grouping of rare landscapes that Hayes painted. Organic and brightly colored, they complement the drawings he made in preparation for fashioning his sculptures.
Styles / Movements Color Field, Contemporary
Incollect Reference Number 330761
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