Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego acquired Yuroz’s work to add to Permanent Collection

For Immediate Release:  Los Angeles, CA, August 23, 2016  – Yuroz Art Studios is pleased to announce that the Museum of Contemporary Art in San Diego has acquired Yuroz’s 1992 release of Kiss Under the Red Hat, a limited edition hand-printed serigraph on paper, 60 x 40 inches (152.4 × 101.6 cm) into its permanent collection.

Kiss Under the Red Hat by Yuroz

Kiss Under the Red Hat (1992) serigraph on paper by Yuroz, 60 × 40 inches (152.4 × 101.6 cm)

Tami and Michael LangThis acquisition was made possible by the generous donation by Mr. and Mrs. Tami and Michael Lang.  A native of Fort Worth, Texas, Mr. Michael S. Lang shares his love of art and his lifelong passion for philanthropy and public service with his loving wife, Tami. Their generosities have touched many lives.  This gift opens another window for the public to connect with the sensibility and emotions of two soulful lovers masterfully represented by Yuroz in the Kiss under the Red Hat.

Kiss under the Red Hat depicts a capsule of romantic longing.  Her hair sifts through his fingers like sand through an hourglass.  She teases his chin with a fingernail.  Each moment is priceless.  The blue rose is her private love which she dangles from her fingertips.  However, it is her red hat that defines their togetherness.  The hat creates a canopy for them to play under, a secret shelter from all distractions, and there they lose themselves in the emotions they share.

Serigraph (or silkscreen printing) is the romantic island in the big sea of original fine art reproduction. Hand printing serigraphy uses ink that has been around for a long time, guaranteeing the longevity and stability of the color of the artwork.  Each print is curated by a master printer in collaboration of the artist/publisher.

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