Matthew Pendleton (1980) Untitled, 2024 50 x 60 inches graphite and Prismacolor® pencil on paper    Matthew Pendleton’s work challenges judgement; a pencil in his hand becomes a sorcerer’s wand, conjuring a meditation on the first known manual of Japanese gardening, the Sakuteiki (“records of garden-making”) or a never-ending dream-time journal from the Kimberley region of western ...
Louis Catusco (1927-1995) Egypt #6 1966 oil and acrylic on canvas 48 x 48 inches48.75 x 48.75 inches framedSigned lower center; titled verso Provenance: Distinguished corporate collection, MinnesotaPrivate collection, Virginia A painter, an enigma, and a beloved member of the Taos Moderns, Louis Catusco (1927-1995) was free and sophisticated in his use of the decisive played against the ...
Clinton Adams (1918-2002)Woodland House, Abstract Verso, 1954/1957 casein, watercolor on paper16 x 23 inches23.75 x 30.75 inches framedSigned and dated lower left of center (front), lower right (verso) Clinton Adams was born in Glendale, California, in 1918, and began his career as an artist and teacher at the University of California, Los Angeles after receiving received his Bachelor of Education and Masters ...
Jochen Seidel created a tremendous amount of work in his brief life. Born in Germany in 1927, he didn’t study art until after serving as a soldier in the German Army in World War II. He left without completing his studies when he found he could make a living painting propagandistic murals for the newly-formed ...