1. An example of artful recycling in honor of Earth Day! To make Tuxedo Junction, Jay DeFeo reused fragments of a 1965 work called The Estocada. The earlier work was partially destroyed when she left her Fillmore Street studio.
Jay DeFeo (1929–1989), Tuxedo Junction, 1965/1974. Oil on paper mounted on Masonite (three parts), 48 3/4 × 32 1/2 in. (123.8 × 82.6 cm) each. Private collection. © 2013 The Jay DeFeo Trust/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. Image courtesy The Jay DeFeo Trust, Berkeley, CA. Photograph by M. Lee Fatherree

    An example of artful recycling in honor of Earth Day! To make Tuxedo Junction, Jay DeFeo reused fragments of a 1965 work called The Estocada. The earlier work was partially destroyed when she left her Fillmore Street studio.

    Jay DeFeo (1929–1989), Tuxedo Junction, 1965/1974. Oil on paper mounted on Masonite (three parts), 48 3/4 × 32 1/2 in. (123.8 × 82.6 cm) each. Private collection. © 2013 The Jay DeFeo Trust/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. Image courtesy The Jay DeFeo Trust, Berkeley, CA. Photograph by M. Lee Fatherree

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