Sol LeWitt wall drawing being made at Dia Beacon

Sol LeWitt- idea for collaborative art on Big Art Day; everyone draws a straight line with a ruler/yardstick, using different colors, all over a long and/or huge sheet of paper

Double Negative Pyramid by Artist Sol Le Witt / Europos Parkas, Joneikiskiu k., 15148 Vilnius r., LITHUANIA

roomonfiredesign: “ ‘Double Negative Pyramid’, Europos Parkas Open Air Museum, Lithuania, 1999 by American artist Solomon “Sol” LeWitt (September 1928 – April LeWitt was linked to various.

Sol LeWitt, Bands of Equal Width in Color (The Wadsworth Portfolio), 2000 (detail), from a set of 8 linocuts. Edition of 75, 29 x 29 inches each.

Sol LeWitt, Bands of Equal Width in Color (The Wadsworth Portfolio), 2000 (detail), from a set of 8 linocuts. Edition of 29 x 29 inches each - Carefully selected by GORGONIA www.

Sol LeWitt - A Sphere Lit From The Top, Four Sides, and All Their Combinations

A sphere lit from the top, four sides, and all their combinations – Sol Le Witt

Blog#9:  Sol Lewitt

Sol LeWitt, las dimensiones del cuadrado

Sol LeWitt, "Color Bands" (set of eight), Linocut, 31 x 31 in.

The best art day trips from NYC

The best art day trips from NYC

A detail from Sol LeWitt’s 1969 Drawing Series, one of the long-term installations that Tim thinks use the vast Dia Beacon spaces to particular advantage.

Sol LeWitt, ‘Negative Pyramid’, Maquette for Concrete Block Structure, 1996

archiveofaffinities: “ Sol LeWitt, Negative Pyramid, Maquette for Concrete Block Structure, 1996 ”

Sol LeWitt
Wall Drawing #565: On three walls, continuous forms with alternating 8" (20 cm) black and white bands. The walls are bordered with an 8" (20 cm) black band.

Source: http://www.sfmoma.org/artwork/37783#ixzz1DsMaexkn
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

Sol LeWitt Wall Drawing On three walls, continuous forms with alternating cm) black and white bands. The walls are bordered with an cm) black band. San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

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Sol Lewit

Sol LeWitt, Tall Irregular Progression, 2003, concrete-block sculpture in honor of worldwide victims of terrorism. Barcelona, Spain

7 February 2011 post: Sol Le Witt, Selected Works & Interview

Sol LeWitt, Tall Irregular Progression, concrete-block sculpture in honor of worldwide victims of terrorism.

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