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Travis Collinson, Pinkie was painted by Thomas Lawrence but what if blue boy was a beat poet (Paule), 2013-14. Acrylic on linen, 64 x 48 inches. Collection of Berkeley Art Museum/Pacific Film Archive.

Relentlessly Engaged: Paule Anglim, 1930-2015

Monday, April 6th, 2015

with comments by Annabeth Rosen, Wayne Thiebaud and John Zurier

A recent meeting of the Breakfast group, Berkeley, California

The Breakfast Group: Exhibition at Richmond Art Center Toasts Bay Area Institution

Saturday, May 3rd, 2014

Informal cafe society has met Friday mornings for half a century

David Hockney, A Bigger Message, 2010. Oil on 30 canvases, 36 x 48 inches each, 180 x 288 inches overall. © 2013 David Hockney. Photo: Richard Schmidt

David Hockney: A Bigger Vision

Sunday, December 8th, 2013

An artist of unflagging curiosity about picture-making and relentless rhythm of production

Richard Walker, Fireplace and Shadow, 2011. Oil on canvas, 16 x 24 inches. Courtesy of Alexandre Gallery

“What Do We See?” Richard Walker and Our Place in the World

Tuesday, December 25th, 2012

House Paintings on view at Alexandre Gallery through January 5

Catherine Lee, Ivory Sahara (Quanta #1), 2011. Oil on canvas, 54 x 54 inches. Courtesy of Galerie Lelong

“A Yellow Patch of Wall”: Catherine Lee at Galerie Lelong

Sunday, April 1st, 2012

Her Quanta series injects the grid with measured sensuality.

installation shot of the exhibition under review with Thomas Scheibitz, Standard, 2011, MDF, wood, vinly, lacquer and spray paint, 55-1/2 x 26-3/4 x 5-1/8 inches, to right, and A Panoramic VIEW of Basic Events, 2011 [details in preceding slide] to right. Courtesy of Tanya Bonakdar Gallery

From Bauhaus to DNA: Thomas Scheibitz at Tanya Bonakdar

Sunday, February 12th, 2012

The German artist’s exhibition continues through February 18

George McNeil, Landscape Motif, 1968. Oil on panel, 13 x 16 1/8 inches. Courtesy of Ameringer, McEnery, Yohe.

Paintings You Can Jump On: George McNeil in the 1960s

Sunday, January 29th, 2012

He aspired to be “completely sensate” – spontaneous, but with long periods of revision