Crows at BGFA

IMG_3987Bert asked me to leave some of the crows with him at the gallery, so we put together a nice little flock of the birds ascending a wall. If you’re near Fifth and Spring and want to pick up a few of them, drop into the gallery and enjoy spending some quality time with the works he shows. His Bert Green Fine Art gallery is always interesting, at the heart of Gallery Row. He’s between installations right now, look for a new exhibit opening March 10th.

I’m happy to report that at the Kwan Fong Gallery at CLU we’ve opened a show of paintings by Paz Winshtein, a young and very talented artist from Ventura County. Paz’s work is dreamlike and brightly coloured, sometimes a little disturbing, but always drawing the viewer in for a closer look. Addressing issues of contemporary culture, like building and machinery, his work is quite unusual and I recommend a visit if you are in the area.

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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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