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“Matisse/Diebenkorn” at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

Although Henri Matisse (1869-1954) still had a decade to live when Richard Diebenkorn first glimpsed his art as a Stanford undergraduate the two men never met, so the influence flowed in only one direction: towards Diebenkorn (1922-1993).

Holly Coulis, “Days and Nights, Lemons” at Cherry and Martin

Recent paintings by Holly Coulis offer an unexpected twist on what many consider a thoroughly explored genre, the Still Life. Viewing the brightly painted...

Christine Frerichs: “Beacon” At Klowden Mann

The paintings in Christine Frerichs’ recent series, aptly titled Beacon, shimmer with concentric waves of energy and radiant light. In the way that a...

ON VIEW: Forays into Abstract Painting

Richard Wilson - Britton Tolliver - Michael Mancari

Richard Bruland, “Peripheries” at Lora Schlesinger Gallery

An aura of serenity pervades Richard Bruland’s most recent series of paintings: mysterious surfaces characterized by soft, modulated gradations built of complex textures and a palette paradoxically vibrant and muted at once...

Elise Ferguson: “Citron” at Romer Young Gallery

In her second solo show at Romer Young Gallery, Elise Ferguson continues her exploration of Op-esque architectural abstractions rendered in a magnetically attractive palette...

Emily Gherard: “Making Presence Known” at Bridge Productions

Emily Gherard’s process is comparable to an archeologist’s: excavating texture and meaning from layers built up gradually with the drift of pencil, brush and...

Jeffrey Simmons: “Open Work: Recent Watercolors” at Greg Kucera Gallery

Since the death last fall of Seattle painter Francis Celentano, one of the original, 1965 “Responsive Eye” artists at the Museum of Modern Art...

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