Guy Dill lives in Los Angeles, California, though known mainly as a sculptor of abstract works, he also draws, paints and creates two-dimensional panels. He is one of the most renowned sculptors in the United States. Dill first exhibited in 1971 and many exhibits have followed. This is an excellent example of his work, a large, bold, two dimensional Monoprint, a process of working directly on glass and then transferring a single print to paper. The size, with the addition of a wonderful sliver frame would definitely be a strong focal point in any interior setting. This work retains the original gallery sticker on the reverse. His work can be seen in the Museum of Modern Art, the Guggenheim and the Stedelijk Museum. He is a board member of the International Sculpture Center in New York.