The word “love” printed in capital letters in red on a blue and green background with a black border or frame
”LOVE” exhibits Indiana’s use of vibrating color and simple formal configurations. It was originally designed as a Christmas card commissioned by The Museum of Modern Art in 1965, and reflects Indiana’s Pop-inspired fascination with the power of ordinary words, and is filled with spiritual, social and political overtones, especial when looked at in the historical context of the 1960s.
Rectangles of offwhite and blue-grey, of various sizes, arranged on a grid.
Work in the style of geometric abstraction and color field. Scully's highly formal gridded work explores the interplay of shape and color. His work both compositional energy and balance of gridded order.