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  • Judy Gittelsohn: From New Wave to the Next Wave of Paintings

    Judy Gittelsohn: From New Wave to the Next Wave of Paintings

    Gittelsohn has been painting in the Bay Area for over 30 years. She exhibits widely and her work is collected around the world in both private and corporate collections. Anne Loucks Gallery, Glencoe, Illinois, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Artists’ Gallery and Art Dimensions, Los Angeles represent her artwork.  Spring of 2007 Judy opened Art For Well Beings – www.artforwellbeings.org – an art center in Palo Alto to serve all people interested in the transformative power of art.  […]

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  • Kenney Mencher, A Painter like no other…

      “A painterly Peter Sellers, Mencher’s works are like the film “Being There.” Mencher likes to watch. Citing literature, television, film, and stage drama, as major influence’s on his work, Mencher’s objective is to present a figurative composition divorced from its context that forces viewers to create their own interpretation of the narrative. By combining calligraphic gestural brushstrokes with passages of tight traditional glazing techniques, Mencher’s work explores the thread of human connection that is woven into our experiences. Collaged […]

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