Color limited edition 22 x 30 screenprint by Peyton Scott Russell, entitled 'Blue Faceland,' numbered 5/6, signed in the lower border in pencil by the artist, "Peyton," and marked with a copyright date of 1999. This blue-hued artwork portrays a symbolic surreal face superimposed and intertwined with nature. From a series of prints that explored the human face as it relates to the landscape, atmosphere, sun, and moon. In fine condition.
Minneapolis-based graffiti artist Peyton Scott Russell is especially well-known for his association with Prince, who he first met during the 1990s. Peyton was given the opportunity to exhibit his work at Prince's Glam Slam nightclub beginning in 1993. In 1996, Peyton was commissioned to help redecorate Paisley Park for Prince's wedding to Mayte Garcia. Peyton's impressive large-format prints offer a fusion of Warhol-esque technique with a distinctly modern aesthetic.
For the full story on Peyton's experience with Prince, Paisley Park, and Glam Slam go to: http://mspmag.com/arts-and-culture/the-man-who-made-it-gold/