Mokha Laget is a New Mexico-based painter known for her geometric abstractions that utilize shaped canvas to take hard-edge color field imagery into another dimension. Her work has been exhibited internationally over the past 30 years and featured in Art in America, The New Art Examiner, The Washington Post, Art Ltd., among others. Her work is included in the collections of the Ulrich Museum, The Harnett Museum, The George Washington University, The Museum of Geometric and Madi Art, The US Department of State, The National Institutes of Health and numerous private and corporate collections around the world.
This piece is particularly resonant as it encapsulates a seamless follow through of years of work with the exacting professionals at Landfall and Black Rock Editions. It was looking at the beautiful flotsam of near perfect but discarded prints, that I was inspired to repurpose them into unique collages. Seeing these works on paper, Steve Campbell’s astute eye recognized the potential for creating a new body of prints, a collaboration I have been thrilled to work on. Like a generational family, Black Banjo carries forward the creative ghost of our previous editions borne of hard work and great friendship. -Mokha Laget, 2022
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