PETER KRASNOW & LEONARD EDMONDSON:
September 23 to November 21, 2014
Reception: Thursday, October 9th 4 to 7pm
Spanning one hundred years of 'speaking' through art,
Leonard Edmondson (1916-2002) and Peter Krasnow (1887 - 1979)
created unique bodies of work that are distinctly recognizable.
'Consequences of Doctrine'
Leonard Edmondson's fluid line and layered color bring rhythms and space in drawings, etchings, lithographs, watercolors and paintings. His 1973 book 'Etching' is still in demand internationally.
Peter Krasnow's paintings show the passage of time from his early narrative work of the '20s to his embrace of the 'high-key' light and abstraction in the '50s. His 'demountables' and organic carved wood sculptures of the 1930s invite physical contact! The 1944 issue of 'Arts and Architecture' magazine featured Krasnow's paintings and sculpture on its cover.
State of Patterns'
Figures of Reflection'
FRANK E. ROMERO
'4-Level Freeway Interchange'
'Los Caballeros de la Noche'
MARY CORITA KENT
1918-1986 Los Angeles, CA
'I Love You Very'
'To all of my calling your name'
'Let Him Easter in Us..'
'For the Oaks'
'The trees will grow beautiful'