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Katherine Bernhardt's hand-painted side of collaborative sculptural multiple.
Katherine Bernhardt's hand-painted side of collaborative sculptural multiple. Katherine Bernhardt's hand-painted side of collaborative sculptural multiple. Jonathan Edelhuber's hand-painted side of collaborative sculptural multiple. Jonathan Edelhuber's hand-painted side of collaborative sculptural multiple. Example base of signed, dated and numbered sculptural multiple.
Katherine Bernhardt and Jonathan Edelhuber

Panther Panther Rosa Rosa (2020)

Edition on 35
Hand painted acrylic on wood
36 cm (H) x 9 cm (D) x 38 cm (L) (14.17 x 3.54 x 14.96 in)
Signed and dated by both artists and numbered on base
$12,000

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Bernhardt began painting the Pink Panther after she arrived at the Pink Palace Hotel (also called the Royal Hawai’ian Hotel) located on a sandy beach in Waikiki, Oahu, not far from an eighteen-foot tall bronze sculpture of King Kamehameha I, the greatest Hawai’ian warrior leader who is usually decked out in tons of enormous lei created from eight species of bright pink orchids. The pinkness of this trip continued after she checked into the hotel that featured pink bathroom towels, pink sheets, pink eye masks for sleeping, pink carpeting, pink beach chairs, pink beach towels, pink stationery, pink sunsets, pink pancakes at breakfast, and the Pink Panther on TV screens. After Bernhardt repeatedly watched videos of the panther - lounging atop a huge pink bed and while strolling around the hotel grounds her son, Khalifa continued to watch Pink Panther videos from a cell phone - she decided that the panther would be the subject of many of her works.

Katherine Bernhardt (b. 1975) was born in St. Louis, Missouri and received a BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 1998 and an MFA from the School of Visual Arts, New York, in 2000. Now represented by David Zwirner, in partnership with Canada gallery, Katherine Bernhardt is a key player in New York's contemporary painting scene. She's collaborated with hip-hop superstar Drake, painted a swimming pool in Miami, created a public mural in LA, and runs her own Moroccan carpet import business. Her work has also been included in significant group exhibitions, such as We Fight to Build a Free World: An Exhibition by Jonathan Horowitz, Jewish Museum, New York (2020); Animal Farm, an exhibition curated by Sadie Laska at the Brant Foundation Art Study Center, Greenwich, Connecticut (2017); NO MAN’S LAND: Women Artists from the Rubell Family Collection, Rubell Museum, Miami, which traveled to the National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, DC (2015-2017); and Bad Touch, Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art, Chicago (2002). Bernhardt's recent solo shows include the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis, Lever House New York as well as European solo exhibitions at Xavier Hufkens, Brussels and Carl Freedman, London.

Jonathan Edelhuber (b.1984) an Arkansas native, earned a B.F.A. with an emphasis on Graphic Design from Harding University. He has exhibited in Los Angeles, London, and Nashville, Tennessee where he currently lives and runs his practice. Working primarily in oil and acrylic, Edelhuber’s paintings, drawings, and sculptures meld elements of the modernist motifs of Picasso and Matisse filtered through a pop sensibility borrowed from comics and cartoons. Often incorporating stylized text, and occasionally using non-traditional supports (quilts, for example), Edelhuber explores the interaction of fine art and design. Edelhuber democratically adorns his canvases and objects with his iconic visual style, all within a spirit that equally values Bauhaus and Daniel Clowes.