• Aechmea Bromeliad Poster, 2022
  • Aechmea Bromeliad Poster, 2022
  • Aechmea Bromeliad Poster, 2022

    Aechmea Bromeliad Poster, 2022

    Jonas Wood

    Price on request


    From edition of 80

    Signed with initials, dated, and numbered.

    42 3/8” X 30 3/4” inches

    Co-published by Cirrus Editions, Ltd. and WKS Editions, Los Angeles (with the Cirrus Editions blindstamp and inkstamp on the reverse), unframed.

    Jonas Wood's "Aechmea Bromeliad Poster"

    This vibrant lithograph, a collaboration between Cirrus Editions and WKS Editions, showcases Jonas Wood's signature style. The 26-color print, measuring a substantial 42 3/8 inches by 30 3/4 inches, takes inspiration from a unique source:vintage posters featuring Aechmea bromeliads, a recurring motif in Wood's work.

    More Than Just a Plant: Similar to John Baldessari's "Raw Prints," which celebrate the fundamental elements of art,Wood's "Aechmea Bromeliad Poster" delves into the process of image creation, particularly his own artistic process.

    A Visual Encyclopedia: Dominated by 81 meticulously drawn bromeliads, the print offers a captivating glimpse into Wood's potential source material. Each meticulously rendered plant – from the Aechmea brueggeri to the Aechmea recurvata – could potentially bloom into a future painting or print. As we explore this visual library, we're also treated to a showcase of Wood's artistic talents. The bromeliads become a canvas for his distinct mark-making and vibrant color palette, offering a condensed survey of his artistic approach.

    Never framed excellent condition. 

    "There's so much more to art than just what it ends up aesthetically looking like or feeling like."

    Jonas Wood

    Wood's artwork is characterized by his bold use of color and simplified forms, often featuring images of plants, everyday objects, and people. He works in a variety of mediums, including painting, printmaking, and ceramics.

    Wood's paintings and prints have been exhibited in numerous galleries and museums around the world, including the Gagosian Gallery in New York, the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles, and the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston.