New limited edition by contemporary painter & sculptor, Woody De Othello


Artspace is proud to announce our glass, a new limited edition by contemporary artist Woody De Othello. Placing the artist’s parallel practices of painting and sculpture in dialogue, this two-pronged edition includes a run of 35 fluorescent print editions, five of which are accompanied by handmade ceramic sculptures.


Woody De Othello is known for sophisticated and witty investigations of banal subject matter spanning household objects, bodily features, and the natural world. Othello often turns his gaze to everyday domestic artifacts such as chairs, vases, and light switches, and imbues their forms with emotive, surrealistic, anthropomorphic proportions. Conjuring a palpable gravitational effect upon his inanimate subjects is a central challenge of his practice and is a prominent feature throughout his works in various media.


our glass (print) Woody De Othello
Woody De Othello
our glass (print), 2023

our glass marks Artspace’s third collaboration with New York-based nonprofit RxART. Proceeds from this sale support RxART’s mission to help children heal through the extraordinary power of visual art. RxART commissions established contemporary artists to transform children's hospitals into engaging and inspiring healing environments full of beauty, humor, and comfort at no cost to the hospitals.


 “The plants in my work are a metaphor for taking care and giving life. When I’m stressed out and not spending as much time at home, my plants start wilting away. The caretaking component of living with plants started to make its way into the paintings. I don’t want to say they’re a metaphor for a figure or a human presence, but it’s something alive in the work. I like that dichotomy of having these still, ceramic objects that are not going to move, but having something that changes implemented with them.”


— Woody De Othello


our glass (print and ceramic) Woody De Othello
Woody De Othello
our glass (print and ceramic), 2023


Othello (b. 1991, Miami) holds an MFA from the California College of Arts, San Francisco, and a BFA from Florida Atlantic University. The artist has rapidly ascended in the art world since his public installation at Art Basel Miami Beach in 2019 and his inclusion in the 2022 Whitney Biennial. His work has recently joined the permanent collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Smithsonian American Art Museum in Washington, D.C., and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. He is represented by Jessica Silverman, San Francisco; KARMA, New York; and Stephen Friedman, London.