Edo Ball Series - The OffseasonAsianArtMuseumStore
A captivating work of cultural blending unlike anything created before, Andrew Archer’s Edo Ball series of paintings seamlessly fuses contemporary basketball imagery with Edo-period Japanese art and culture, with captivating results.
The four seasons are distinct and beautiful, but there is a fifth season for basketball fans: the off-season. As the NBA season ends the off-season begins, players and fans of the game have time to rest, repair and become one with the game. One of the most beautiful spectacles of the off-season is the numerous trades and signings fans follow, which can be compared to the Japanese cherry blossom, commonly known as sakura.
- Giclée print, archival pigment inks
- Printed on acid-free paper
- Signed by the artist
- 11.7 x 16.5 inches / printed area 10 x 15 inches