The Kiss

DIMENSIONS 10.5" x 15" MEDIUM 5-color Silkscreen on Waterford Paper

Limited edition of 50, 2020
Each print has the artist's signature and year printed on front. Hand-numbered.

This edition is part of an original series of limited edition silkscreen prints, entitled PRINT AID, created in response to the distress caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. PRINT AID is a collaborative effort between silkscreen studio Pegasus Prints, art consultancy Sidel & McElwreath, and Exhibition A to provide creativity and assistance through the art community. Each edition supports an artist whose business has been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. In addition, a portion of sales is donated to The Artist’s Fellowship, Inc, a non-profit organization that financially assists professional visual artists and their families in times of emergency, disability or bereavement.

"What does love look like in the time of Covid-19? It looks like empathy. It looks like compassion. It looks like connection. "The Kiss" is an image rooted in longing. Our desire to be seen, to be touched, to be loved. We are reminded at this time of our humanity and what we share versus what sets us apart. "The Kiss" is an image of intimacy between two women, but ultimately it's an image of intimacy between two people." - Caris Reid

Caris Reid has shown her paintings in solo exhibitions at Ochi Projects in Los Angeles and Denny Dimin Gallery in New York and has an upcoming solo show at Over The Influence Gallery in Los Angeles opening August 6th. She has exhibited her work in two person shows at Denny Dimin Gallery in New York and Cicuit12 Gallery in Dallas, and at Monya Rowe Gallery. Her work has been exhibited at the Untitled Art Fair in Miami and The Spring Break Art Fair in New York and Los Angeles, Art Central Art Fair in Hong Kong, Expo Chicago, The Dallas Art Fair, as well as the Intersect Art Fair in Palm Springs. She's been included in group exhibitions including The Landing Gallery Los Angeles, Sargents Daughters New York, Longhouse Projects New York, O-O Los Angeles, SEASON Seattle, Ochi Gallery Idaho, and The National Arts Club, New York. In 2016 she completed a 40 foot mural in downtown Los Angeles titled Grace and Grit. Her work has been featured in The New Yorker, The Observer, Artsy, Vogue Japan, Vogue Mexico, W Magazine, Architectural Digest, Forbes Magazine, LALA magazine and The New York Times among others.

Framing options are black or white painted wood, 3/4" wide flat face and 1" deep, with UV acrylic glass. Each work is framed edge to edge.

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