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Harold Zisla and Abstract Art

Collection by Betty juodis • Last updated 6 weeks ago

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Unkown artist, possibly his daughter herself From early sketchbook Abstract Art, Daughter, Tattoos, Artist, Tatuajes, Tattoo, Artists, My Daughter, Daughters

The artist’s daughter

Unkown artist, possibly his daughter herself From early sketchbook

“Simplicity/Complexity = Complexity Simplicity” 1991 exhibition at IU South Bend Article from South Bend Tribune, September 22, 1991 September 22, South Bend, Abstract Art

“Simplicity/Complexity = Complexity Simplicity” 1991 exhibition at IU South Bend Article from South Bend Tribune, September 22, 1991

South Bend Tribune January 5, 1986 South Bend, Vintage World Maps, Abstract Art, January

“Golden Year in Exhibitions. Recapping 1985”

South Bend Tribune January 5, 1986

Acrylic on Masonite 12” x 12” (framed 16.5” x 16.5”) Peek A Boos, Abstract Art, Frame, Painting, Picture Frame, Painting Art, Paintings, Frames, Painted Canvas

“Peek-a-Boo, I See You”

Acrylic on Masonite 12” x 12” (framed 16.5” x 16.5”)

Bradley D. Cook Curator of Photographs Indiana University Archives Bloomington, Indiana With Harold Zisla’s papers Bloomington Indiana, Indiana University, Abstract Art, Photographs, Cook, Photos

Bradley D. Cook Curator of Photographs Indiana University Archives Bloomington, Indiana With Harold Zisla’s papers

Cowboy elements labeled “actual size” Done at Ball Band, a division of Uniroyal 1952-57 Division, Abstract Art, Band, Tattoos, Sash, Tatuajes, Tattoo, Bands, Tattos

Cowboy elements labeled “actual size” Done at Ball Band, a division of Uniroyal 1952-57

Acrylic on a Masonite panel 24” x 24” (30” x 30” framed) 2000 Abstract Art, Frame, Painting, Picture Frame, Painting Art, Paintings, Frames, Painted Canvas, Drawings

“The Novelist (Memoirist)”

Acrylic on a Masonite panel 24” x 24” (30” x 30” framed) 2000