Geometric tapestry made of various red, green, purple, and blue fabrics titled "Geometric" by Bill Condon, circa 1970's. Similar to the early geometric designs of Ida Kohlmeyer.
Born in 1923, Bill Condon was a native Houstonian, a practicing architect and a fine artist in his home town. He received a BA in architecture from Rice Institute in 1949 and assumed a position in the architectural firm of Broesche and Condon Associates. As an artist, Condon was ingenious, excelling as a print-maker and painter. Condon showed regularly in the Annual Exhibition of Work by Houston Artists from 1954 to 1962. Condon passed away in 1998.
H 27 in. x W 26.5 in.