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(#109) DOMUS:

Edition of 2015 of which 300 are signed 1-300, 26 copies are signed A-Z as artist's proofs, and three sets are signed as progressives.

June 1, 1984 11 colors 18" x 24"

Client: Harry Dov Weininger, The Carpet Center, 921 Parker Street, Berkeley CA 94704. Telephone (510) 549-1100 A-Z: artist's own use. Progressives: 1 set to Harry Dov Weininger

(Print's Regional Design Annual, 1985; The 100 Best Posters from Europe and the United States 1945-1990, Toppan Printing,1995. Full-color, hardbound catalog. Facsimilies of all posters.)

A woman singing to herself in the kitchen. Not always words, not always a tune that you can follow. Stream-of-consciousness singing. Busying her hands with homely tasks, happy to be where she is doing what she is doing. Unhappy women do not sing in the kitchen. If they're in the kitchen at all, they bang pots and pans and make a discordant racket. Contented women sing. On a summer evening, the far-off mutter of a man mowing his lawn. People do not mow the lawn if something is wrong, either within themselves or with society. These are beautiful, comforting sounds. These two gentle passages say, "Relax your vigilance. The world, both small and great, is in good order."