I went to an exhibit at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art two days ago. It was the 50th Anniversary of a workshop in LA called Gemini GEL (you can look up its history on the internet). Started in 1960, it brought together artists and master printers in the printmaking field. People like David Hockney (below).
lithograph and screen print
Jasper Johns, lithograph from his numbers series
Roy Lichtenstein, woodcut (out of focus) ( argh)
Joseph Albers, lithographs
There were many others. It was exciting to see the work of these artists. I’ve always loved all forms of printmaking. Below are a few I did many years ago. The first one is a woodcut. I photographed it in my window so you could get the effect of the light coming through the curtain.
The next is a photo etching series of my brother skating on the boardwalk at Venice Beach. There is a series of six images in color, and six images in white with a touch of water color. I’m only showing three from each set.
Coming home from the exhibit, I drove past downtown as the sunlight slowly faded. As much as I love visiting other places in the world, I love living in LA. Recently they have been building more high rise apartments and offices, as more people are choosing to live downtown.
A few photos from tonight’s walk. Autumn was definitely in the air.
Wishing all a wonderful week.
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