- Art Funded
- Diameter: 35.5 cm
- Michael Werner Gallery
There he made many simple ink drawings on Japanese paper mostly composed of a simple line, indicating movement, time and grace. Byars developed his affinity for the notions of perfection, question and ceremony that would become the hallmarks of his life and work, fuelling the artists ongoing explorations of the transient nature of beauty. An important legacy of this time in Japan is the artists deep appreciation for the inherent beauty of materials, including paper, fabric, stone and gold, materials the artist deployed in his wide-ranging oeuvre throughout his career. This work was presented by the Art Fund through Art Fund International.
Michael Werner Gallery, New York.