Bert Green made it to the studio for a very pleasant afternoon – the first time I’ve seen him in far too long. Last time I saw him I had short hair! He enjoyed seeing “As the Crow Flies” and wants to show it and some sculpture pieces in his gallery in Downtown Los Angeles. That’s great news! Bert does so much for art in Los Angeles, I’m really happy to be involved in his gallery. 

With the Santa Barbara project almost on its feet I will soon have to get deep into the Earth Day event here at CLU and in the Simi Valley Town Centre, and in addition the Glendale exhibit is looming on the horizon, with our first meeting in the space coming up in a week. I want to explore the theme of the alchemical tree in the exhibit, bringing the Alchemy Tree to their tree in the courtyard and the Peach Tree into the space, then creating a new tree related installation piece alongside the Neolithic Wonders works and the paintings.


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Michael Pearce is an artist, writer, and professor of art. He is the author of "Art in the Age of Emergence."
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