Steve Redman Signed 1976 “Open Air” Acrylic on Canvas Airbrush Painting


A 1976 acrylic on canvas airbrush painting titled, Open Air, by Indianapolis artist Steve Redman (born 1944). This large-scale painting uses an airbrush technique, creating a gradation between colors. Vibrant blues, purple, yellow, and green lines are used to create dimension and distinctions between colors in this abstract work. The painting is signed “Steven Redman “OPEN AIR” 1976” to the verso and is unframed.

Born in Poseyville, Indiana, Steve Redman's artistic journey began with an unwavering certainty that can only be described as destiny. Redman attended the John Herron Art Institute for his BFA, Indiana University Bloomington for his MFA, and currently owns and operates his business, Redman Art Restoration. His work has been exhibited throughout the wider Indianapolis area, Chicago, New York, Provincetown, and more, receiving numerous accolades. 


45” W x 24.25” H x 2” D.

Condition notes:

Some discoloration to canvas edges and verso. Buckling to top right of canvas. Other age appropriate wear.

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