Monthly Archives: September 2016

Amy Bennett at Richard Heller Gallery in Los Angeles

During my recent visit to Los Angeles I saw an exhibition of paintings by Amy Bennett at the Richard Heller Gallery. The paintings are all landscapes of rolling hillsides with clusters of houses and an occasional small village. Ms. Bennett … Continue reading

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An Art Excursion to Los Angeles

We’ve just returned from a very brief trip to Los Angeles. Our goal was to spend all our time viewing art, and in this we succeeded. Over the next few weeks we’ll be profiling some of what we saw. Today … Continue reading

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The Hidden Art of Hilma Af Klint

In the art world one of the most significant developments during the early decades of the twentieth century was the liberation of formal elements. Shape, color, texture, pattern and all the other elements of form and design had been used … Continue reading

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David Best’s Temples of Remembrance

We’re back after our summer break. Here in the San Francisco Bay Area the end of summer is marked by an exodus out of the city and into the Nevada desert for Burning Man. What could be a more appropriate blog … Continue reading

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