Bud Latven (PA, 1949) Open Conic Form Wood Sculpture
Bud Latven (PA, 1949) Open Conic Form Wood Sculpture
Bud Latven (PA, 1949) Open Conic Form Wood Sculpture
Bud Latven (PA, 1949) Open Conic Form Wood Sculpture
Bud Latven (PA, 1949) Open Conic Form Wood Sculpture
Bud Latven (PA, 1949) Open Conic Form Wood Sculpture
Bud Latven (PA, 1949) Open Conic Form Wood Sculpture
Bud Latven (PA, 1949) Open Conic Form Wood Sculpture

Bud Latven (PA, 1949) Open Conic Form Wood Sculpture

Starting: $1,500

Bud Latven (PA, 1949) Open Conic Form Wood Sculpture:

Property from the Estate of Lorlee and Arnold Tenenbaum

Description:

Bud Latven (PA, 1949), Open Conic Form Wood Sculpture, 1999, signed and dated ’99 lower edge, turned and segmented Prairie Rutusa, Cocobelo, African Ebony and Aronite wood sculpture in open conic form. Provenance: Patina Gallery, Santa Fe, March 1, 2001, $6,000.

Bud Latven’s career with wood spans four decades, from cabinet and furniture making to lathe-turned artworks. His work has been shown in many gallery and museum exhibitions including the recent shows: Beyond Boundaries: Wood Art for the 21st Century at SOFA Chicago and Against the Grain: Wood in Contemporary Art, Craft and Design at the Museum of Arts and Design in New York City. Other noted venues include the Smithsonian American Art Museum and the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. (BudLatven.com)
Measurements: Height: 8 1/8 in. x Width: 14 3/4 in.

Condition:

Good condition, general light wear near base.

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