Joel Otterson
In 1987, Joel Otterson was the youngest artist ever chosen for a one-person exhibition in the Projects Room of the Museum of Modern Art, New York. Otterson, who was born in Los Angeles in 1959, spent most of his childhood in Oregon, lived in New York City for eighteen years, where he established an
"The Peaceable Kingdom: The Great Wall of China Made in America", for its permanent collection and he was comrnissioned to produce 'The Donor Curtain" for the Playhouse in the Park. Joel currently lives and works in Los Angeles.


JOEL OTTERSON "QUEEN of ROCK" (JANIS JOPLIN DECANTER SET) 1994
Decanter 26.5"x 6", goblets 8"x 3", wooden box 8.5"x 30"x18". Edition of eight.



The Mighty Oak of Rock, 1993
Etching printed in black on Arches Buff paper in an edition of 35.
30in x 22in (76cm x 56cm)
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