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Zoe Bios Creative

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Joseph Knowles (1907 - 1980)
print, giclée on Sommerset watercolor paper; frame, wood with glass, hand-stained Italian molding, and metal hardware
22.5” x 26.5” (framed); 20" x 24" (unframed)
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The framed version is finished with hand-stained Italian molding.

Why We Love This

A study of a buffalo that feels powerful and gentle at once. This is a limited edition print of the original charcoal drawing.

Born in Santa Barbara, Joseph Knowles, Jr. is the son of two artists. He studied architecture at Stanford and spent years working for the Santa Barbara architect, Lutah Maria Riggs. In the late 1960s, he entered the US Army and served in Vietnam. In the 1980s, Knowles left architecture to focus on his own art, which rides the full spectrum from abstraction to representational, always grounded in his interest in aesthetic effects. His art has been represented in one-person and group shows in Santa Barbara as well as in New York, Connecticut and Rhode Island. As an enrolled member of the Cherokee Nation, he has focused in recent years on work which also relates to his Indian heritage, including the extensive “Bison Series” of iconic buffalo images. Today, Mr. Knowles lives on a small horse ranch and vineyard in Santa Ynez.

About Zoe Bios Creative

Zoe Bios Creative's objects and art give interiors the feeling of far-flung travel and lived-in elegance. A new model of a design house, the company brings ideas for the entire interior, from art to books, even coining the term "ArtEntouré" to describe their method of "full-circle curation within an environment." Its founders have the right pedigree: Minh Nguyen was the Managing Director for Natural Curiosities and Caitlin Dinkins was the Creative Director for Stila Cosmetics (and her illustrations have appeared everywhere from the Victoria & Albert Museum to Vogue). Together, they create and assemble objects that have provenance and patina, and they represent artists whose works are uniquely beautiful. Zoe Bios Creative is based in Silver Lake, California.Vogue