Each Fall season brings new and exciting inventory into our Gallery. This Fall is no exception. From rare drawings by the master of Social Surrealism, Irving Norman, to sensitive, personal sculptures by highly acclaimed and Iceland-born sculptor Nina Saemundsson, to an ever so uncommon portrait by Edward Terada, there is something for art enthusiasts of every stripe. Frede Vidar’s recreation of pre-War France entitled “Honfleur,” is a rare find indeed.
Our new acquisitions rotate through the Gallery’s ongoing exhibition California Modernism 1910 – 1950, in which we feature some of the best in California and American Modernism. We hope you will enjoy our current selections.
Artwork Featured in This Exhibition