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It's a long way from Manhattan's Lower East Side to suburban Davis. Hearne Pardee's journey to California covers 30 years of painting, exemplified by the 20 oils on view in his retrospective at Alex Bult Gallery in midtown.
May is clay month in the Sacramento Valley. Long recognized as a hotbed of ceramic activity, the region has an extensive history of prominent ceramic sculptors, many of whom studied with the late Robert Arneson at the University of California, D...
"The Last Collaborations of Laureen Landau" at Archival Gallery is something of a contradiction in terms. Because Landau died in 2009, she couldn't participate in a process defined as two or more people working together.
Geometric abstraction and narrative figuration vie in Roland Petersen's masterful paintings at the Elliott Fouts Gallery. A mini-retrospective, the show moves from nonobjective abstractions from the 1950s to fresh-off-the-easel works from hi...
Elliott Fouts Gallery - "Forever Picnics" is a show of 20 works by nationally known figurative painter Roland Petersen.
"Kind of Like a Sound," a bouquet of trumpetlike flowers, greets you on the first wall of Robert Ortbal's exciting show at Jay Jay. It's quirky yet beautiful, an elegant comedian made of unexpected materials.
Abstraction was a staple of art in the 20th century until it was rudely displaced by Pop Art in the 1960s. While abstraction took a secondary role for a time, it is once again popular with artists in the 21st century.
Though they are worlds apart, two shows at midtown galleries share a common thread.
Water, wood and earth are the three elements the Zhang sisters explore in their joint show at CSU Sacramento's Library Gallery. The sisters Ling, Bo and Hong were born and raised in the northeast China in the city of Shenyang, ...