Since so much has already been written about Siqueiros’ work and politics, I wanted to focus specifically on his activities and the people he worked with during his brief time in Los Angeles. So below is the Director’s Cut of my article that will appear in the Spring 2010 Issue of the California Art Club … Continue reading Siqueiros in Los Angeles and His Collaborations with the California Art Club
Along with painting I like to write about some of the lesser known stories in California’s art history. This will be published in the upcoming Winter 2010 issue of the California Art Club Newsletter. Some of the many famous names you’ll encounter include illustrator Dean Cornwell, oil heiress Aline Barnsdall, conductor Leopold Stokowski, physicist Albert … Continue reading California Art Club in Search of a Home: The Hollyhock Years, 1927-1942
One Hundred Years! It’s an amazing feat for any group, let alone an art club where the demands of the career as well as individual temperaments generally keep members working in isolation. Today marks the Centennial of the California Art Club. The founding of the club was first reported by Antony E. Anderson in the … Continue reading Happy 100th Birthday CAC!