Judy Ledgerwood, American, b. 1959 Friends and Enemies, 2002 Oil on canvas 84 × 96 1/16 in. (213.4 × 244 cm) Collection Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, Gift of anonymous in honor of Deanna and David Holtzman, 2018.14
Images of Judy Ledgerwood, Friends and Enemies
Short An irregular zigzagging grid of thick silver brushstrokes overlaps three broad planes of color, vertically stacked from top to bottom: light pink-purple, tangerine orange, and teal.
Short On a white rectangle are two grids of solid yellow dots. One grid fills the right half the picture. The other grid forms a T-shape and has a square of four hollow circles to its left.
Short Fourteen rows of tightly packed bright yellow circles fill a white rectangular background. The rows are horizontal at the bottom and slant upwards slightly further up the page.
Short A yellow-gray rectangle with columns all the way across of faint circles in red, blue, and yellow
Short A grey rectangle with columns of faint yellow circles all the way across
Short Dark stormy waves with white frothy peaks obscure the black sky.