Arthur Gonzalez: A Question of Balance
Catalog featuring artwork by Arthur Gonzalez
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Arthur Gonzalez: At Heart Level
Catalog featuring ceramic work by Arthur Gonzalez.
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Arthur Gonzalez: The Art of Rejection
Catalog featuring The Art of Rejection by Arthur Gonzalez
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Ascending Chaos: The Art of Masami Teroka 1966-2006

Published to coincide with a series of major exhibitions extending beyond 2007, Ascending Chaos is the first major retrospective of Japanese-American artist Masami Teraoka’s prolific and acclaimed work thus far. In Teraoka’s paintingswhich have evolved from his wry mimicry of … Continued

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Barbara Spring
Catalog featuring works by Barbara Spring
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Basic Drawing Techniques

In this slim, portable drawing manual, Richard Box explores line, tone, and color through several illustrated step-by-step lessons, with finished drawings in graphite, charcoal, and colored pencils. Through subjects taken primarily from nature—including animals, flowers, still lifes, and trees, as … Continued

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Beat Generation and Beyond: A Visual History Volume I
A visual history of the Beat Generation
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Beat Generation and Beyond: A Visual History Volume II

The publication of this catalog was in conjunction with the 2nd Annual Beat Generation and Beyond Conference at the John Natsoulas Gallery. This show marked the 10th exhibition done on the art of the Beat Generation at the John Natsoulas … Continued

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Beat Generation The Art of Wondering
Catalog featuring the art of the Beat Generation
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Bernhard Gutman: An American Impressionist

An inspired colorist and a prodigious draftsman, Bernhard Gutmann (1869–1936) was acclaimed during his lifetime for his radiant portraits, still lifes, and landscapes. Made financially secure through his marriage, the German-born Gutmann neglected to sell many of his paintings, limiting … Continued

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Beth Lo
This catalog includes 52 beautiful color plates and an essay about Beth Lo's work and life by Krista Bonelli. Beth Lo was born in 1949 in Indiana. She is a first generation American. She studied with Rudy Autio at the University of Montana and received her MFA in 1974. Lo's work, both ceramic and mixed media, integrates themes from her childhood, her family, Asian culture, and language. As a second generation child of an immigrant family, Lo attempts to reconcile the culture she was born into with the culture she inherited.
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Boyd Gavin
Catalog featuring work by Boyd Gavin
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