LeWitt first entered the art world as a graphic designer for Chinese American architect I. M. Pei. He emerged as an independent artist in the 1960s, when he created his first sculptures, or "structures." Constructed from cubes that could be arranged in various patterns, they often occupied entire gal
Ellsworth Kelly's monochrome canvases redefine the beauty and drama of the single-color process. Color is the actor on this stage, the figure that transfixes the audience's gaze. These colors and shapes become part of the subconscious of the viewer, who feels the reds, blues, and yellows as emotions.