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Chryssa 1968 Screen-print Electric Art for UCLA Gallery Exhibition

This is an original Silkscreen by Chryssa Vardea Mavromichali the Greek artist who is acknowledged as one the the first artists to utilize neon as a fine art medium. 
Signed Chryssa 1968. 
This screen-print is of exceptional interest because of it's color, verve, relevance to the Los Angeles Art Community, and its correlation with the artists highly sought after neon sculptural pieces.  
This piece reflects the artists appreciation for and her ground-breaking artistic work with Neon. 
The screen-print promotes a 1968 UCLA gallery exhibit  entitled Electric Art
It measures 35 in x 44 in
Original condition.  Colors are bright and vivid, some minor discoloration on edges.