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        • CLAYTON POND - TATTERED CORNER
          May. 23, 2024

          CLAYTON POND - TATTERED CORNER

          Est: $400 - $600

          Lot 100 Clayton Pond American (b. 1941) Tattered Corner serigraph signed center botto, editioned 27/75 image: 27 x 18 1/2 inches frame dimensions: 33 3/4 x 24 3/4 x 1 inches, metal frame with glazing Provenance: From the Collection of Alan and Linda Bain Gallery 2, Woodstock VT

          Capsule Gallery Auction
        • CLAYTON POND, PORTFOLIO, SUITE OF SEVEN SCREENPRINTS ON MUSEUM BOARD
          May. 01, 2024

          CLAYTON POND, PORTFOLIO, SUITE OF SEVEN SCREENPRINTS ON MUSEUM BOARD

          Est: $2,000 - $3,000

          Artist: Clayton Pond, American (1941 - ) Title: Portfolio Portfolio: Capital Ideas Year: 1974 Medium: Suite of Seven Screenprints on Museum Board, each signed and numbered in pencil Edition: 150 Image Size: 31 x 24 inches Size: 37 x 29 in. (93.98 x 73.66 cm) Printer: Sanmore Editions, Ltd Publisher: Sanmore Editions, Ltd Description: "Capital Ideas" is a suite of seven original Screenprints created by Clayton Pond during the Spring, Summer and Fall of 1974. The images are based on the capitals found at the old cast iron facades in SOHO, New York City. They are all visible from the window and fire escape of the artist's studio on Greene Street in SOHO where he had lived for at least five years. Each print is hand-signed, titled and numbered in pencil.

          RoGallery
        • CLAYTON POND, BICENTENNIAL 1776-1976 (THE DESK IN MY STUDIO), POSTER ON BOARD
          Apr. 13, 2024

          CLAYTON POND, BICENTENNIAL 1776-1976 (THE DESK IN MY STUDIO), POSTER ON BOARD

          Est: $100 - $150

          Artist: Clayton Pond, American (1941 - ) Title: Bicentennial 1776-1976 (The Desk in My Studio) Year: 1975 Medium: Poster on board Size: 40 x 28 in. (101.6 x 71.12 cm)

          RoGallery
        • Clayton Pond, New York (b. 1941), Plugs and Paisleys, miniature screen print, 4 1/2"H x 3 1/2"W
          Mar. 02, 2024

          Clayton Pond, New York (b. 1941), Plugs and Paisleys, miniature screen print, 4 1/2"H x 3 1/2"W

          Est: $100 - $200

          Clayton Pond New York, (b. 1941) Plugs and Paisleys miniature screen print Pencil signed, numbered 90/100, and titled lower. Biography from the Archives of askART: The following was submitted by the artist's daughter, Catherine Pond, October 2004 My father was born on June 11, 1941. He grew up in Port Washington, New York. He has been interested in art his whole life. In high school, he took an art aptitude test consisting of two pictures. One was symmetrical, the other was not and the directions were to circle one. My father circled the symmetrical one and was told he should never pursue an art career!! He never let it stop him, and to this day, most of his paintings have symmetry. He attended and graduated from Carnegie Mellon and Pratt Institute as an art student. He spent most of his adulthood making art while living in SoHo, NYC. He now lives near Atlanta with his wife and two children. He currently works on three-dimensional pieces and his work is still carried in many galleries around America.

          Ripley Auctions
        • Clayton Pond (B. 1941) USA, Serigraph
          Jan. 20, 2024

          Clayton Pond (B. 1941) USA, Serigraph

          Est: $100 - $200

          Clayton Pond (B. 1941) USA, Serigraph. Titled "Bouquet". Numbered 66/90 along bottom. Signed along bottom. Abstract scene depicting a bouquet of red and orange flowers. Overall Size: 26 x 23 in. Sight Size: 24 1/2 x 21 1/2 i n. Clayton Pond (Born 1941) is active/lives in New York. Clayton Pond is known for Sculptor-modernist, graphics. #5415

          Sarasota Estate Auction
        • CLAYTON POND, COLUMN STUDY 5 FROM CAPITAL IDEAS PORTFOLIO, SCREENPRINT
          Dec. 15, 2023

          CLAYTON POND, COLUMN STUDY 5 FROM CAPITAL IDEAS PORTFOLIO, SCREENPRINT

          Est: $550 - $750

          Artist: Clayton Pond, American (1941 - ) Title: Column Study 5 from Capital Ideas Portfolio Year: 1974 Medium: Screenprint, signed and numbered in pencil Edition: 150 Image Size: 31 x 24 inches Size: 37 x 29 in. (93.98 x 73.66 cm)

          RoGallery
        • CLAYTON POND, COLUMN STUDY 7 FROM CAPITAL IDEAS PORTFOLIO, SCREENPRINT
          Dec. 15, 2023

          CLAYTON POND, COLUMN STUDY 7 FROM CAPITAL IDEAS PORTFOLIO, SCREENPRINT

          Est: $550 - $750

          Artist: Clayton Pond, American (1941 - ) Title: Column Study 7 from Capital Ideas Portfolio Year: 1974 Medium: Screenprint, signed and numbered in pencil Edition: 150 Image Size: 31 x 24 inches Size: 37 x 29 in. (93.98 x 73.66 cm)

          RoGallery
        • Clayton Pond. "Strange Encounter For The First Time"
          Dec. 13, 2023

          Clayton Pond. "Strange Encounter For The First Time"

          Est: $400 - $900

          Clayton Pond. "Strange Encounter For The First Time". Clayton Pond (b. 1941) was among the first artists to employ silkscreen printing in a fresh, distinctly personal way. His limited edition silkscreen prints are immediately recognizable for their bright, cheerful colors with a shine as if the inks were still wet. In the early 1980s, he was commissioned by the NASA Art Program along with other American greats, and created a series of silkscreens for the Space Shuttle program. His works have been displayed on more than one occasion at The National Air and Space Museum and have proven immensely popular."Strange Encounter For The First Time", from 1979 and in 15 colors, is 30 x 40", signed and titled by Clayton Pond, Printers Proof (of 5 PP made). Part of the Shuttle Craft Series. Estimated Value $400 - 900.

          Goldberg Coins & Collectibles
        • Clayton Pond. "Finding A Cure For Cancer"
          Dec. 13, 2023

          Clayton Pond. "Finding A Cure For Cancer"

          Est: $400 - $800

          Clayton Pond. "Finding A Cure For Cancer". Clayton Pond (b. 1941) was among the first artists to employ silkscreen printing in a fresh, distinctly personal way. His limited edition silkscreen prints are immediately recognizable for their bright, cheerful colors with a shine as if the inks were still wet. In the early 1980s, he was commissioned by the NASA Art Program along with other American greats, and created a series of silkscreens for the Space Shuttle program. His works have been displayed on more than one occasion at The National Air and Space Museum and have proven immensely popular. "Finding A Cure For Cancer", the artist, who loves a good pun, mixes metaphors for medical science and astrology. With the breaking of the image area borders and the shadow effects, the Crab appears to float toward the viewer and off the surface of the print. "Finding A Cure For Cancer", from 1980 and in 16 colors, is 30 x 40", signed and titled by Clayton Pond, Printers Proof (of 5 PP made). Part of the Shuttle Craft Series. Estimated Value $400 - 800.

          Goldberg Coins & Collectibles
        • Clayton Pond. "Experimenting With My Pull Chain Toilet In A Weightless Environment"
          Dec. 13, 2023

          Clayton Pond. "Experimenting With My Pull Chain Toilet In A Weightless Environment"

          Est: $400 - $800

          Clayton Pond. "Experimenting With My Pull Chain Toilet In A Weightless Environment". Clayton Pond (b. 1941) was among the first artists to employ silkscreen printing in a fresh, distinctly personal way. His limited edition silkscreen prints are immediately recognizable for their bright, cheerful colors with a shine as if the inks were still wet. In the early 1980s, he was commissioned by the NASA Art Program along with other American greats, and created a series of silkscreens for the Space Shuttle program. His works have been displayed on more than one occasion at The National Air and Space Museum and have proven immensely popular."Experimenting With My Pull Chain Toilet In A Weightless Environment", from 1980 and in 15 colors, is 30 x 40", signed and titled by Clayton Pond, Printers Proof (of 5 PP made). Part of the Shuttle Craft Series. Estimated Value $400 - 800.

          Goldberg Coins & Collectibles
        • Clayton Pond. "Acquiring The Constellation Orion For The Smithsonian"
          Dec. 13, 2023

          Clayton Pond. "Acquiring The Constellation Orion For The Smithsonian"

          Est: $400 - $800

          Clayton Pond. "Acquiring The Constellation Orion For The Smithsonian". Clayton Pond (b. 1941) was among the first artists to employ silkscreen printing in a fresh, distinctly personal way. His limited edition silkscreen prints are immediately recognizable for their bright, cheerful colors with a shine as if the inks were still wet. But what is truly impressive is the high number of colored inks used some having up to twenty separate layers.From the artist about this print: "Acquiring the Constellation Orion For The Smithsonian" is a parody on collecting moon rocks. In this image the artist envisions the Shuttle Craft attempting to collect a major constellation to bring back to Earth only to discover it is too large for the storage bay. This piece was the basis for a three-dimensional painting on layered Plexiglas commissioned by NASA. The painting is part of the NASA art collection housed at the Cape Kennedy Visitors’ Center in Florida."Acquiring The Constellation Orion For The Smithsonian", from 1980 and in 15 colors, is 30 x 40", signed and titled by Clayton Pond, Printers Proof (of 5 PP made). Part of the Shuttle Craft Series. Estimated Value $400 - 800.

          Goldberg Coins & Collectibles
        • Clayton Pond. "Encountering An Alien Battle Cruiser"
          Dec. 13, 2023

          Clayton Pond. "Encountering An Alien Battle Cruiser"

          Est: $400 - $800

          Clayton Pond. "Encountering An Alien Battle Cruiser". Clayton Pond (b. 1941) was among the first artists to employ silkscreen printing in a fresh, distinctly personal way. His limited edition silkscreen prints are immediately recognizable for their bright, cheerful colors with a shine as if the inks were still wet. But what is truly impressive is the high number of colored inks used some having up to twenty separate layers.From the artist about this print: The artist’s inspiration for this piece, "Encountering An Alien Battle Cruiser", was the opening scene of the first Star Wars movie. Here a sinister battle cruiser is capturing the Shuttle Craft in its tractor beam. The beam was created with a translucent, pearlescent overlay."Encountering An Alien Battle Cruiser", from 1980 and in 12 colors, is 30 x 40", signed and titled by Clayton Pond, Printers Proof (of 5 PP made). Part of the Shuttle Craft Series. Estimated Value $400 - 800.

          Goldberg Coins & Collectibles
        • Clayton Pond. "Delineating The Constellations To Simplify Astronomy For The Average Man"
          Dec. 13, 2023

          Clayton Pond. "Delineating The Constellations To Simplify Astronomy For The Average Man"

          Est: $400 - $800

          Clayton Pond. "Delineating The Constellations To Simplify Astronomy For The Average Man". Clayton Pond (b. 1941) was among the first artists to employ silkscreen printing in a fresh, distinctly personal way. His limited edition silkscreen prints are immediately recognizable for their bright, cheerful colors with a shine as if the inks were still wet. But what is truly impressive is the high number of colored inks used some having up to twenty separate layers.From the artist about this print: In this piece, "Delineating The Constellations To Simplify Astronomy For The Average Man", the artist imagines an astronaut connecting the stars in each constellation with a light-colored line to make it easier for us to identify the constellations from Earth."Delineating The Constellations To Simplify Astronomy For The Average Man", from 1980 and in 16 colors, is 30 x 40", signed and titled by Clayton Pond, Printers Proof (of 5 PP made). Part of the Shuttle Craft Series. Estimated Value $400 - 800.

          Goldberg Coins & Collectibles
        • Clayton Pond. "Motter Printing Press"
          Dec. 13, 2023

          Clayton Pond. "Motter Printing Press"

          Est: $300 - $800

          Clayton Pond. "Motter Printing Press". Clayton Pond (b. 1941) was among the first artists to employ silkscreen printing in a fresh, distinctly personal way. His limited edition silkscreen prints are immediately recognizable for their bright, cheerful colors with a shine as if the inks were still wet. But what is truly impressive is the high number of colored inks used some having up to twenty separate layers.From the artist about this print: In 1988 the artist was commissioned by the Motter Printing Press Company to create a 9 x 11' painted construction sculpture, and a serigraph print edition for the company’s 35th anniversary. The print image is a two-dimensional adaptation of the large painted sculpture. The multi-colored web and rollers of the flexographic press in the central part of the painting contrast with the simpler treatment of the electronics and gears in the side panels. In addition to his unique use of color, the artist’s fascination with the inner workings and details of the machinery is evident here. Also apparent is the fun he has with details like the dizzying diamond pattern on the steel foot plate that runs across the bottom of the press."Motter Printing Press", from 1988 and in 23 colors, is 30 x 40", signed and titled by Clayton Pond, Printers Proof (of 5 PP made). Estimated Value $300 - 800.

          Goldberg Coins & Collectibles
        • Clayton Pond. "End Of The Trail"
          Dec. 13, 2023

          Clayton Pond. "End Of The Trail"

          Est: $300 - $800

          Clayton Pond. "End Of The Trail". Clayton Pond (b. 1941) was among the first artists to employ silkscreen printing in a fresh, distinctly personal way. His limited edition silkscreen prints are immediately recognizable for their bright, cheerful colors with a shine as if the inks were still wet. But what is truly impressive is the high number of colored inks used some having up to twenty separate layers.From the artist about this print: "End of the Trail" is one of two motorcycle images done from a Motocross event the artist attended in southern California. The title and the pose of the rider are a reference to the artist James Earle Fraser’s sculpture of the same name showing a native American Indian on his horse. Pond’s view is of the new American West in an homage to Fraser’s original image of the Old West."End Of The Trail", from 1979 and in 14 colors, is 30 x 40", signed and titled by Clayton Pond, Printers Proof (of 5 PP made). Part of the American Leisure-time Obsessions Series. Estimated Value $300 - 800.

          Goldberg Coins & Collectibles
        • Clayton Pond. "Dune Buggy"
          Dec. 13, 2023

          Clayton Pond. "Dune Buggy"

          Est: $300 - $800

          Clayton Pond. "Dune Buggy". Clayton Pond (b. 1941) was among the first artists to employ silkscreen printing in a fresh, distinctly personal way. His limited edition silkscreen prints are immediately recognizable for their bright, cheerful colors with a shine as if the inks were still wet. But what is truly impressive is the high number of colored inks used some having up to twenty separate layers.From the artist about this print: This iconic image, "Dune Buggy", portrays a lifestyle the artist witnessed while in New Mexico. Dune buggies were stripped down Volkswagens created for driving around the dunes in the desert or on a beach. In this image the artist has created a composition within a composition. The main compositional structure is formed by the rear view of the dune buggy’s broad, squatting body and oversized tires, framing a secondary composition of the suspension and the engine."Dune Buggy", from 1979 and in 14 colors, is 30 x 40", signed and titled by Clayton Pond, Printers Proof (of 5 PP made). Part of the American Leisure-time Obsessions Series. Estimated Value $300 - 800.

          Goldberg Coins & Collectibles
        • Clayton Pond. "Dirt Bike Motocross"
          Dec. 13, 2023

          Clayton Pond. "Dirt Bike Motocross"

          Est: $300 - $800

          Clayton Pond. "Dirt Bike Motocross". Clayton Pond (b. 1941) was among the first artists to employ silkscreen printing in a fresh, distinctly personal way. His limited edition silkscreen prints are immediately recognizable for their bright, cheerful colors with a shine as if the inks were still wet. But what is truly impressive is the high number of colored inks used some having up to twenty separate layers.From the artist about this print: "Dirt Bike Motocross" shows the sport of dirt bike racing with trail bikes. The image came from a race the artist attended in California. One of the points of interest is the treatment of the background. The main action is in the foreground. In contrast, the artist uses line work and a more limited color palette to create another scene that dissolves into the background, becoming a visual pattern that sets up an optical vibration."Dirt Bike Motocross", from 1979 and in 13 colors, is 30 x 40", signed and titled by Clayton Pond, Printers Proof (of 5 PP made). Part of the American Leisure-time Obsessions Series. Estimated Value $300 - 800.

          Goldberg Coins & Collectibles
        • Clayton Pond Serigraph
          Nov. 30, 2023

          Clayton Pond Serigraph

          Est: $50 - $100

          Clayton Pond Serigraph, American b 1941, pencil signed and described, 26 / 100, bath tub, sight 7" x 4 1/2", matted in metal frame, 13 7/8" x 10 7/8". CONDITION: Very good. Not examined out of frame.

          Barry S. Slosberg Inc
        • Clayton Pond, Capitol Ideas
          Nov. 16, 2023

          Clayton Pond, Capitol Ideas

          Est: $1,000 - $1,500

          Clayton Pond Capitol Ideas 1974 screenprint in colors image: 31 h x 24.125 w in (79 x 61 cm) sheet: 36.875 h x 29 w in (94 x 74 cm) Signed, dated and numbered to lower edge of each work '1/150 Clayton Pond 1974'. This complete portfolio of seven works is number 1 from the edition of 150 printed and published by Sanmore Editions, Ltd., New York. This work will ship from Lambertville, New Jersey.

          Toomey & Co. Auctioneers
        • Clayton Pond (B 1941) USA, Serigraph
          Nov. 04, 2023

          Clayton Pond (B 1941) USA, Serigraph

          Est: $800 - $1,200

          Clayton Pond (B 1941) USA, Serigraph. Titled "Rent Controlled Kitchen". 1974. Numbered 74/110. Numbered, signed, and titled in pencil along the bottom. Large and colorful serigraph on paper depicting a kitchen. Overall Size: 31 1/4 x 41 1/8 in. Sight Size: 29 3/4 x 39 5/8 in. Frame Thickness: 2 in. Clayton Pond (Born 1941) is active/lives in New York. Clayton Pond is known for Sculptor-modernist, graphics. #1704 Location BD

          Sarasota Estate Auction
        • CLAYTON POND, GRAND PASSION, POSTER
          Nov. 04, 2023

          CLAYTON POND, GRAND PASSION, POSTER

          Est: $700 - $900

          Artist: Clayton Pond, American (1941 - ) Title: Grand Passion Year: 1989 Medium: Poster Image Size: 32.5 x 46 inches Size: 36 x 49 in. (91.44 x 124.46 cm)

          RoGallery
        • CLAYTON POND, BICENTENNIAL 1776-1976 (THE DESK IN MY STUDIO), POSTER ON BOARD
          Nov. 04, 2023

          CLAYTON POND, BICENTENNIAL 1776-1976 (THE DESK IN MY STUDIO), POSTER ON BOARD

          Est: $150 - $250

          Artist: Clayton Pond, American (1941 - ) Title: Bicentennial 1776-1976 (The Desk in My Studio) Year: 1975 Medium: Poster on board Size: 40 x 28 in. (101.6 x 71.12 cm)

          RoGallery
        • Clayton Pond (American b. 1941), 'My Grandmothers Fan Without Everything Else Around It', Color Serigraph, Signed, Numbered 44/100 and Titled l.c., Frame: 33 1/2 x 32 1/4 in. (85.1 x 81.9 cm.)
          Oct. 24, 2023

          Clayton Pond (American b. 1941), 'My Grandmothers Fan Without Everything Else Around It', Color Serigraph, Signed, Numbered 44/100 and Titled l.c., Frame: 33 1/2 x 32 1/4 in. (85.1 x 81.9 cm.)

          Est: $50 - $100

          Clayton Pond (American b. 1941), 'My Grandmothers Fan Without Everything Else Around It', Color Serigraph, Signed, Numbered 44/100 and Titled l.c.,

          Weschler's
        • CLAYTON POND PSYCHEDELIC CHAIR SERIGRAPH
          Oct. 22, 2023

          CLAYTON POND PSYCHEDELIC CHAIR SERIGRAPH

          Est: $400 - $600

          POND, Clayton, (American, b.1941): Psychedelic Chair, Serigraph, sight size 25" x 19.5", signed and numbered 71/100, dated 1980, framed, 37.5" x 31.5".

          Burchard Galleries Inc
        • CLAYTON POND, PORTFOLIO, SUITE OF SEVEN SCREENPRINTS ON MUSEUM BOARD
          Oct. 20, 2023

          CLAYTON POND, PORTFOLIO, SUITE OF SEVEN SCREENPRINTS ON MUSEUM BOARD

          Est: $2,500 - $3,000

          Artist: Clayton Pond, American (1941 - ) Title: Portfolio Portfolio: Capital Ideas Year: 1974 Medium: Suite of Seven Screenprints on Museum Board, each signed and numbered in pencil Edition: 150 Image Size: 31 x 24 inches Size: 37 x 29 in. (93.98 x 73.66 cm) Printer: Sanmore Editions, Ltd Publisher: Sanmore Editions, Ltd Description: "Capital Ideas" is a suite of seven original Screenprints created by Clayton Pond during the Spring, Summer and Fall of 1974. The images are based on the capitals found at the old cast iron facades in SOHO, New York City. They are all visible from the window and fire escape of the artist's studio on Greene Street in SOHO where he had lived for at least five years. Each print is hand-signed, titled and numbered in pencil.

          RoGallery
        • Clayton Pond. "Set of Chairs" Suite and Colophons Page
          Sep. 12, 2023

          Clayton Pond. "Set of Chairs" Suite and Colophons Page

          Est: $1,500 - $2,000

          Clayton Pond. "Set of Chairs" Suite and Colophons Page. Clayton Pond (b. 1941) was among the first artists to employ silkscreen printing in a fresh, distinctly personal way. His limited edition silkscreen prints are immediately recognizable for their bright, cheerful colors with a shine as if the inks were still wet. But what is truly impressive is the high number of colored inks used some having up to twenty separate layers.This colophons page for the "Set of Chairs" suite was written in the artist’s own hand and silkscreen printed. A copy was included with each set of six prints. It describes in detail how the artist revisited his classic chair image from 1966, and used it as the basis of an in-depth study of color relationships.From the artist’s comments in the colophon page: "Each of the Chair prints in this suite contain five color elements. The relationship of the two predominant colors, one relatively warm in feeling and the other cool, generate visual tension by flipping the space between the psychological positive and negative areas. The other chromatic innuendos in each image act primarily as accents to clarify the basic encounter and, or, to increase the visual energy by exciting optical vibration. Through studied selection and juxtaposition of the colors, each chair develops unique energy characteristics and acquires its own personality. Together they make music!""Chair I (Orange & Violet)", from 1980 and in 5 colors, is 26.25 x 20", signed and titled by Clayton Pond, Printers Proof (of 6 PP made)."Chair II (Blue & Green)", from 1980 and in 5 colors, is 26.25 x 20", signed and titled by Clayton Pond, Printers Proof (of 6 PP made)."Chair III (Orange & Blue-Green)", from 1980 and in 5 colors, is 26.25 x 20", signed and titled by Clayton Pond, Printers Proof (of 6 PP made)."Chair IV (Red & Blue)", from 1980 and in 5 colors, is 26.25 x 20", signed and titled by Clayton Pond, Printers Proof (of 6 PP made)."Chair V (Silver & Gold)", from 1980 and in 5 colors, is 26.25 x 20", signed and titled by Clayton Pond, Printers Proof (of 6 PP made)."Chair VI (Green & Violet)", from 1980 and in 5 colors, is 26.25 x 20", signed and titled by Clayton Pond, Printers Proof (of 6 PP made). Estimated Value $1,500 - 2,000.

          Goldberg Coins & Collectibles
        • Clayton Pond. "Motter Printing Press"
          Sep. 12, 2023

          Clayton Pond. "Motter Printing Press"

          Est: $500 - $900

          Clayton Pond. "Motter Printing Press". Clayton Pond (b. 1941) was among the first artists to employ silkscreen printing in a fresh, distinctly personal way. His limited edition silkscreen prints are immediately recognizable for their bright, cheerful colors with a shine as if the inks were still wet. But what is truly impressive is the high number of colored inks used some having up to twenty separate layers.From the artist about this print: In 1988 the artist was commissioned by the Motter Printing Press Company to create a 9 x 11' painted construction sculpture, and a serigraph print edition for the company’s 35th anniversary. The print image is a two-dimensional adaptation of the large painted sculpture. The multi-colored web and rollers of the flexographic press in the central part of the painting contrast with the simpler treatment of the electronics and gears in the side panels. In addition to his unique use of color, the artist’s fascination with the inner workings and details of the machinery is evident here. Also apparent is the fun he has with details like the dizzying diamond pattern on the steel foot plate that runs across the bottom of the press."Motter Printing Press", from 1988 and in 23 colors, is 30 x 40", signed and titled by Clayton Pond, Printers Proof (of 5 PP made). Estimated Value $500 - 900.

          Goldberg Coins & Collectibles
        • Clayton Pond. "Formula 5000"
          Sep. 12, 2023

          Clayton Pond. "Formula 5000"

          Est: $500 - $900

          Clayton Pond. "Formula 5000". Clayton Pond (b. 1941) was among the first artists to employ silkscreen printing in a fresh, distinctly personal way. His limited edition silkscreen prints are immediately recognizable for their bright, cheerful colors with a shine as if the inks were still wet. But what is truly impressive is the high number of colored inks used some having up to twenty separate layers.From the artist about this print: "Formula 5000" was an image created from the artist’s experiences at Riverside Raceway in Southern California and the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The car’s number "76" was a reference to the American Bicentennial year. Sitting in one of the Indianapolis cars led to the artist fantasizing himself as the driver and owner of the car imagined in the print."Formula 5000", from 1979 and in 15 colors, is 30 x 40", signed and titled by Clayton Pond, Printers Proof (of 5 PP made). Part of the American Leisure-time Obsessions Series. Estimated Value $500 - 900.

          Goldberg Coins & Collectibles
        • Clayton Pond. "End Of The Trail"
          Sep. 12, 2023

          Clayton Pond. "End Of The Trail"

          Est: $500 - $900

          Clayton Pond. "End Of The Trail". Clayton Pond (b. 1941) was among the first artists to employ silkscreen printing in a fresh, distinctly personal way. His limited edition silkscreen prints are immediately recognizable for their bright, cheerful colors with a shine as if the inks were still wet. But what is truly impressive is the high number of colored inks used some having up to twenty separate layers.From the artist about this print: "End of the Trail" is one of two motorcycle images done from a Motocross event the artist attended in southern California. The title and the pose of the rider are a reference to the artist James Earle Fraser’s sculpture of the same name showing a native American Indian on his horse. Pond’s view is of the new American West in an homage to Fraser’s original image of the Old West."End Of The Trail", from 1979 and in 14 colors, is 30 x 40", signed and titled by Clayton Pond, Printers Proof (of 5 PP made). Part of the American Leisure-time Obsessions Series. Estimated Value $500 - 900.

          Goldberg Coins & Collectibles
        • Clayton Pond. "Dune Buggy"
          Sep. 12, 2023

          Clayton Pond. "Dune Buggy"

          Est: $500 - $900

          Clayton Pond. "Dune Buggy". Clayton Pond (b. 1941) was among the first artists to employ silkscreen printing in a fresh, distinctly personal way. His limited edition silkscreen prints are immediately recognizable for their bright, cheerful colors with a shine as if the inks were still wet. But what is truly impressive is the high number of colored inks used some having up to twenty separate layers.From the artist about this print: This iconic image, "Dune Buggy", portrays a lifestyle the artist witnessed while in New Mexico. Dune buggies were stripped down Volkswagens created for driving around the dunes in the desert or on a beach. In this image the artist has created a composition within a composition. The main compositional structure is formed by the rear view of the dune buggy’s broad, squatting body and oversized tires, framing a secondary composition of the suspension and the engine."Dune Buggy", from 1979 and in 14 colors, is 30 x 40", signed and titled by Clayton Pond, Printers Proof (of 5 PP made). Part of the American Leisure-time Obsessions Series. Estimated Value $500 - 900.

          Goldberg Coins & Collectibles
        • Clayton Pond. "Dirt Bike Motocross"
          Sep. 12, 2023

          Clayton Pond. "Dirt Bike Motocross"

          Est: $500 - $900

          Clayton Pond. "Dirt Bike Motocross". Clayton Pond (b. 1941) was among the first artists to employ silkscreen printing in a fresh, distinctly personal way. His limited edition silkscreen prints are immediately recognizable for their bright, cheerful colors with a shine as if the inks were still wet. But what is truly impressive is the high number of colored inks used some having up to twenty separate layers.From the artist about this print: "Dirt Bike Motocross" shows the sport of dirt bike racing with trail bikes. The image came from a race the artist attended in California. One of the points of interest is the treatment of the background. The main action is in the foreground. In contrast, the artist uses line work and a more limited color palette to create another scene that dissolves into the background, becoming a visual pattern that sets up an optical vibration."Dirt Bike Motocross", from 1979 and in 13 colors, is 30 x 40", signed and titled by Clayton Pond, Printers Proof (of 5 PP made). Part of the American Leisure-time Obsessions Series. Estimated Value $500 - 900.

          Goldberg Coins & Collectibles
        • Clayton Pond. "Finding A Cure For Cancer"
          Sep. 12, 2023

          Clayton Pond. "Finding A Cure For Cancer"

          Est: $500 - $900

          Clayton Pond. "Finding A Cure For Cancer". Clayton Pond (b. 1941) was among the first artists to employ silkscreen printing in a fresh, distinctly personal way. His limited edition silkscreen prints are immediately recognizable for their bright, cheerful colors with a shine as if the inks were still wet. In the early 1980s, he was commissioned by the NASA Art Program along with other American greats, and created a series of silkscreens for the Space Shuttle program. His works have been displayed on more than one occasion at The National Air and Space Museum and have proven immensely popular. "Finding A Cure For Cancer", the artist, who loves a good pun, mixes metaphors for medical science and astrology. With the breaking of the image area borders and the shadow effects, the Crab appears to float toward the viewer and off the surface of the print. "Finding A Cure For Cancer", from 1980 and in 16 colors, is 30 x 40", signed and titled by Clayton Pond, Printers Proof (of 5 PP made). Part of the Shuttle Craft Series. Estimated Value $500 - 900.

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        • Clayton Pond. "Acquiring The Constellation Orion For The Smithsonian"
          Sep. 12, 2023

          Clayton Pond. "Acquiring The Constellation Orion For The Smithsonian"

          Est: $500 - $900

          Clayton Pond. "Acquiring The Constellation Orion For The Smithsonian". Clayton Pond (b. 1941) was among the first artists to employ silkscreen printing in a fresh, distinctly personal way. His limited edition silkscreen prints are immediately recognizable for their bright, cheerful colors with a shine as if the inks were still wet. But what is truly impressive is the high number of colored inks used some having up to twenty separate layers.From the artist about this print: "Acquiring the Constellation Orion For The Smithsonian" is a parody on collecting moon rocks. In this image the artist envisions the Shuttle Craft attempting to collect a major constellation to bring back to Earth only to discover it is too large for the storage bay. This piece was the basis for a three-dimensional painting on layered Plexiglas commissioned by NASA. The painting is part of the NASA art collection housed at the Cape Kennedy Visitors’ Center in Florida."Acquiring The Constellation Orion For The Smithsonian", from 1980 and in 15 colors, is 30 x 40", signed and titled by Clayton Pond, Printers Proof (of 5 PP made). Part of the Shuttle Craft Series. Estimated Value $500 - 900.

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        • Clayton Pond. "Experimenting With My Pull Chain Toilet In A Weightless Environment"
          Sep. 12, 2023

          Clayton Pond. "Experimenting With My Pull Chain Toilet In A Weightless Environment"

          Est: $500 - $900

          Clayton Pond. "Experimenting With My Pull Chain Toilet In A Weightless Environment". Clayton Pond (b. 1941) was among the first artists to employ silkscreen printing in a fresh, distinctly personal way. His limited edition silkscreen prints are immediately recognizable for their bright, cheerful colors with a shine as if the inks were still wet. In the early 1980s, he was commissioned by the NASA Art Program along with other American greats, and created a series of silkscreens for the Space Shuttle program. His works have been displayed on more than one occasion at The National Air and Space Museum and have proven immensely popular."Experimenting With My Pull Chain Toilet In A Weightless Environment", from 1980 and in 15 colors, is 30 x 40", signed and titled by Clayton Pond, Printers Proof (of 5 PP made). Part of the Shuttle Craft Series. Estimated Value $500 - 900.

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        • Clayton Pond. "Delineating The Constellations To Simplify Astronomy For The Average Man"
          Sep. 12, 2023

          Clayton Pond. "Delineating The Constellations To Simplify Astronomy For The Average Man"

          Est: $500 - $900

          Clayton Pond. "Delineating The Constellations To Simplify Astronomy For The Average Man". Clayton Pond (b. 1941) was among the first artists to employ silkscreen printing in a fresh, distinctly personal way. His limited edition silkscreen prints are immediately recognizable for their bright, cheerful colors with a shine as if the inks were still wet. But what is truly impressive is the high number of colored inks used some having up to twenty separate layers.From the artist about this print: In this piece, "Delineating The Constellations To Simplify Astronomy For The Average Man", the artist imagines an astronaut connecting the stars in each constellation with a light-colored line to make it easier for us to identify the constellations from Earth."Delineating The Constellations To Simplify Astronomy For The Average Man", from 1980 and in 16 colors, is 30 x 40", signed and titled by Clayton Pond, Printers Proof (of 5 PP made). Part of the Shuttle Craft Series. Estimated Value $500 - 900.

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        • Clayton Pond. "Encountering An Alien Battle Cruiser"
          Sep. 12, 2023

          Clayton Pond. "Encountering An Alien Battle Cruiser"

          Est: $500 - $900

          Clayton Pond. "Encountering An Alien Battle Cruiser". Clayton Pond (b. 1941) was among the first artists to employ silkscreen printing in a fresh, distinctly personal way. His limited edition silkscreen prints are immediately recognizable for their bright, cheerful colors with a shine as if the inks were still wet. But what is truly impressive is the high number of colored inks used some having up to twenty separate layers.From the artist about this print: The artist’s inspiration for this piece, "Encountering An Alien Battle Cruiser", was the opening scene of the first Star Wars movie. Here a sinister battle cruiser is capturing the Shuttle Craft in its tractor beam. The beam was created with a translucent, pearlescent overlay."Encountering An Alien Battle Cruiser", from 1980 and in 12 colors, is 30 x 40", signed and titled by Clayton Pond, Printers Proof (of 5 PP made). Part of the Shuttle Craft Series. Estimated Value $500 - 900.

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        • Clayton Pond. "Strange Encounter For The First Time"
          Sep. 12, 2023

          Clayton Pond. "Strange Encounter For The First Time"

          Est: $500 - $900

          Clayton Pond. "Strange Encounter For The First Time". Clayton Pond (b. 1941) was among the first artists to employ silkscreen printing in a fresh, distinctly personal way. His limited edition silkscreen prints are immediately recognizable for their bright, cheerful colors with a shine as if the inks were still wet. In the early 1980s, he was commissioned by the NASA Art Program along with other American greats, and created a series of silkscreens for the Space Shuttle program. His works have been displayed on more than one occasion at The National Air and Space Museum and have proven immensely popular."Strange Encounter For The First Time", from 1979 and in 15 colors, is 30 x 40", signed and titled by Clayton Pond, Printers Proof (of 5 PP made). Part of the Shuttle Craft Series. Estimated Value $500 - 900.

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        • CLAYTON POND (New York, 1941-), “Adirondack Window"., Color screenprint, 19” x 25” sight. Framed 25.25” x 31”.
          Jul. 06, 2023

          CLAYTON POND (New York, 1941-), “Adirondack Window"., Color screenprint, 19” x 25” sight. Framed 25.25” x 31”.

          Est: $250 - $350

          CLAYTON POND New York, 1941- "Adirondack Window". Signed and dated lower right "Clayton Pond 1990". Titled and numbered lower left "Adirondack Window, edition #25/150".

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        • Clayton Pond (American b. 1941), Ionthium Involate Upwardium, Color Silkscreen, Signed l.r., Titled l.l. and numbered 65-150 l.c., Frame: 39 1/4 x 31 1/2 in. (99.7 x 80 cm.)
          Jun. 06, 2023

          Clayton Pond (American b. 1941), Ionthium Involate Upwardium, Color Silkscreen, Signed l.r., Titled l.l. and numbered 65-150 l.c., Frame: 39 1/4 x 31 1/2 in. (99.7 x 80 cm.)

          Est: $50 - $100

          Clayton Pond (American b. 1941), Ionthium Involate Upwardium, Color Silkscreen, Signed l.r., Titled l.l. and numbered 65-150 l.c.,

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        • Clayton Pond (American b. 1941), Downthian Flatus Crown Acanthus, Color Silkscreen, Signed l.r., Titled l.l. and numbered 65-150 l.c., Frame: 39 1/4 x 31 1/2 in. (99.7 x 80 cm.)
          Jun. 06, 2023

          Clayton Pond (American b. 1941), Downthian Flatus Crown Acanthus, Color Silkscreen, Signed l.r., Titled l.l. and numbered 65-150 l.c., Frame: 39 1/4 x 31 1/2 in. (99.7 x 80 cm.)

          Est: $50 - $100

          Clayton Pond (American b. 1941), Downthian Flatus Crown Acanthus, Color Silkscreen, Signed l.r., Titled l.l. and numbered 65-150 l.c.,

          Weschler's
        • Clayton Pond, Grand Passion, Poster
          Jun. 03, 2023

          Clayton Pond, Grand Passion, Poster

          Est: $700 - $900

          Artist: Clayton Pond, American (1941 - ) Title: Grand Passion Year: 1989 Medium: Poster Image Size: 32.5 x 46 inches Size: 36 x 49 in. (91.44 x 124.46 cm)

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        • Clayton Pond, Bicentennial 1776-1976 (The Desk in My Studio), Poster on board
          Jun. 03, 2023

          Clayton Pond, Bicentennial 1776-1976 (The Desk in My Studio), Poster on board

          Est: $150 - $250

          Artist: Clayton Pond, American (1941 - ) Title: Bicentennial 1776-1976 (The Desk in My Studio) Year: 1975 Medium: Poster on board Size: 40 x 28 in. (101.6 x 71.12 cm)

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        • Clayton Pond (American, B. 1942) Corinthian Column
          Apr. 30, 2023

          Clayton Pond (American, B. 1942) Corinthian Column

          Est: $30 - $60

          Title: Corinthian....? Subject: Architectural Type: Serigraph Materials: Paper Markings & Inscriptions: Signed, titled, dated, and numbered 83/150 Date: 1974 Maker: Clayton Pond (American, B. 1942) Description: A colorful serigraph depicting a Corinthian Column. Dimensions: 31" x 24", 37" x 29" sheet.

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        • Clayton Pond (American, B. 1942) Rent Controlled Kitchen
          Apr. 30, 2023

          Clayton Pond (American, B. 1942) Rent Controlled Kitchen

          Est: $60 - $120

          Title: Rent Controlled Kitchen Subject: Interior Type: Serigraph Materials: Paper Markings & Inscriptions: Signed, numbered 98/100, and titled Date: Mid to late 20th century Maker: Clayton Pond (American, B. 1942) Description: A large, colorful serigraph on paper depicting a kitchen. Dimensions: 28" x 38" image, 30" x 40" sheet.

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        • Clayton Pond, New York (b. 1941), Self Portrait with Sneakers, serigraph, 22 3/4"H x 27 5/8"W
          Apr. 29, 2023

          Clayton Pond, New York (b. 1941), Self Portrait with Sneakers, serigraph, 22 3/4"H x 27 5/8"W

          Est: $200 - $300

          Clayton Pond New York, (b. 1941) Self Portrait with Sneakers serigraph Titled, numbered 82/110, signed lower middle. Biography from the Archives of askART: The following was submitted by the artist's daughter, Catherine Pond, October 2004 My father was born on June 11, 1941. He grew up in Port Washington, New York. He has been interested in art his whole life. In high school, he took an art aptitude test consisting of two pictures. One was symmetrical, the other was not and the directions were to circle one. My father circled the symmetrical one and was told he should never pursue an art career!! He never let it stop him, and to this day, most of his paintings have symmetry. He attended and graduated from Carnegie Mellon and Pratt Institute as an art student. He spent most of his adulthood making art while living in SoHo, NYC. He now lives near Atlanta with his wife and two children. He currently works on three-dimensional pieces and his work is still carried in many galleries around America.

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        • CLAYTON POND (American, born 1942). My Bathtub Faucets In Africa, 1967, "Artist proof" serigraph. Pencil titled and signed at base. Fra
          Apr. 27, 2023

          CLAYTON POND (American, born 1942). My Bathtub Faucets In Africa, 1967, "Artist proof" serigraph. Pencil titled and signed at base. Fra

          Est: $250 - $350

          CLAYTON POND (American, born 1942). My Bathtub Faucets In Africa, 1967, "Artist proof" serigraph. Pencil titled and signed at base. Framed. Not examined out of frame. - 20 x 14.75 inches.

          Sloans & Kenyon
        • Clayton Pond (American b. 1941), My Dining Chair, Color Silkscreen, Signed l.r., Titled l.l., and numbered 50/100 l.c., Plexi Glass Frame: 31 x 24 1/4 in. (78.7 x 61.6 cm.)
          Apr. 25, 2023

          Clayton Pond (American b. 1941), My Dining Chair, Color Silkscreen, Signed l.r., Titled l.l., and numbered 50/100 l.c., Plexi Glass Frame: 31 x 24 1/4 in. (78.7 x 61.6 cm.)

          Est: $50 - $100

          Clayton Pond (American b. 1941), My Dining Chair, Color Silkscreen, Signed l.r., Titled l.l., and numbered 50/100 l.c.,

          Weschler's
        • Clayton Pond, The Working End of My Gas Space Heater (from the 1776 USA 1976: Bicentennial Prints portfolio)
          Mar. 08, 2023

          Clayton Pond, The Working End of My Gas Space Heater (from the 1776 USA 1976: Bicentennial Prints portfolio)

          Est: $100 - $150

          Clayton Pond The Working End of My Gas Space Heater (from the 1776 USA 1976: Bicentennial Prints portfolio) 1975 / 1976 screenprint in colors image: 16.875 h x 23 w in (43 x 58 cm) sheet: 22 h x 30.125 w in (56 x 77 cm) Signed, titled, dated and numbered to lower edge 'The Working End of My Gas Space Heater #VI/XII © Clayton Pond 1975'. This work is number 6 from the gift edition of 12 apart from the edition of 75 printed by the artist and published by Special Projects Group, Chicago. This work will ship from Chicago, Illinois.

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