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Elmer Bischoff

Elmer Bischoff: 'I've Taught All My Life'

John Seed | Posted 07.27.2016 | Arts
John Seed

Elmer Bischoff, whose work is on view at the George Adams Gallery in New York through August 14th, was a dedicated teacher throughout his life and career.

'Interiors and Places': David Park, Richard Diebenkorn and Elmer Bischoff at Hackett/Mill

John Seed | Posted 04.03.2015 | Arts
John Seed

Co-curated by Michael Hackett and Frances Mill, and made possible by the willingness of private collectors and one institution to lend rare works, Interiors and Places is an exceptionally beautiful show that makes a valuable point.

Joan Brown (1938-1990): Towards Unexpected Joy

John Seed | Posted 04.11.2012 | Home
John Seed

Jodi Throckmorton, an Associate Curator at the San Jose Museum of Art, and the organizer of "This Kind of Bird Flies Backward: Paintings by Joan Brown," says that Brown was a strong, original individual who avoided ideology. Although often seen as a feminist, Brown's life and art fall into a kind of "grey area of feminism" according to Throckmorton.

Made in L.A.: This Artweek.LA (October 10-16, 2011)

Bill Bush | Posted 12.11.2011 | Arts
Bill Bush


Hassel Smith: The Painter of Persistent Challenges (1915-2007)

John Seed | Posted 05.25.2011 | Arts
John Seed

Smith's work had a powerful impact on the young Ferus artists, particularly John Altoon. And now, "Hassel Smith: Upending Orthodoxy," is showing at Sullivan Goss in Santa Barbara.

A David Park Drawing: A Gift

John Seed | Posted 05.25.2011 | Arts
John Seed

There was a time that works by David Park were given as gifts, sent in rumpled manila envelopes or wrapped in brown paper, tied in string. In years since, original works by Park have sold for $2.7 million.