The California Paintings Colors of Twilight

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The California Paintings Colors of Twilight
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WINTER 2014
January 24–March 16, 2014
The California Paintings
Keith Crown, artist / Yassin and NORRIS Galleries
Colors of Twilight
Don Crocker, artist / Norris Gallery
The South Bay at LA
watercolor, 30"x22," Keith Crown
An exhibition inspired by two artists and their relationships with the landscape
of Southern California. See pages 4–6.
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exhibiti
Keith Crown
The California
Paintings
Curator: Joe Baker, PVAC Executive Director
Yassin and Norris Galleries
The Palos Verdes Art Center/Beverly G. Alpay
Center for Arts Education presents Keith Crown
— The California Paintings, highlighting the artist’s production during his years in Southern
California.
Coastal scenes in oil, casein and watercolors of Manhattan Beach Pier, Redondo Beach,
Palos Verdes Peninsula, LAX, Rosecrans Avenue,
Standard Oil Refinery, (1950–1982), all stand
as evidence of a rigorous work ethic. Crown
drew inspiration from California’s beach cities, oil
refineries, airports, congested piers, coastal sage
scrub, and rolling seas. Everywhere he painted,
Crown worked on-site outdoors from direct observation, maintaining that commitment throughout
his 70 years of painting.
Crown studied at The School of The Art
Institute of Chicago and taught painting and
drawing at the University of Southern California
Roski School of Fine Arts from 1946 to 1983.
The artist was a key figure in bringing post-war
modernism to Southern California. More than 40
works are exhibited in the galleries, many for the
first time.
Peter Plagens, a long-time art critic for
Newsweek and a former student of Crown’s, said
in a review for Artforum, 1970, “Crown bullies
through the natural restrictions on intensity and
the traditional overtones of his medium and pulls
off some of the best small paintings in my direct
experience.”
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January 24–March 16, 2014
Opposite: “Sun Shafts Through Cloud Cover,” casein, 1959, 30" X 22"
Left: “Rosecrans Manhattan Beach,” watercolor, 1977, 30"X22"
Below: “Redondo Beach Pier with Fisherman,” casein, 1955, 22" X 30"
The exhibition is organized by
Palos Verdes Art Center / Beverly G. Alpay Center for Arts Education
in collaboration with the artist’s estate.
exhibitions
January 24–March 16, 2014
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Don Crocker
Colors of Twilight
Curator: Doug Meyer
Walker Gallery
“Spectacular End of Day,” oil on panel, 20"x24"
The Palos Verdes Art Center/Beverly G. Alpay Center for Arts
Education presents Don Crocker: Colors of Twilight. The paintings reflect the ambiguous conditions of light just before
nightfall. This exhibition is the first comprehensive survey
of the artist’s work. The paintings reveal the artist’s personal
and intimate relationship to the landscape of Palos Verdes
Peninsula and beyond. After a career lasting more than 40
years as a lawyer, Crocker took up plein air painting in 2000.
Crocker was inspired by a family camping trip to Anacapa
Island, one of California’s Channel Islands, and sought to capture the memories of this experience using paint from a basic
10 color acrylic paint set. From this experience, the artist’s
painting career was born. More than 35 works will be shown
in a stunning installation designed by artist Doug Meyer.
Exhibition Catalogue
The exhibition is accompanied by a 68-page catalogue, Don
Crocker: Colors of Twilight, published by the Palos Verdes Art
Center. Published on the occasion of this exhibition and produced in collaboration with the artist, the catalogue is filled
with a selection of recent work and rare photographs of the
artist and his family. Illustrating a particularly tender story of
the artist’s passion and relationship to land as subject, it is
replete with fascinating discoveries of the spirit of plein air
painting. The catalogue will be available to purchase at $19
per catalogue; PVAC members, $14.
Exhbition artwork available for purchase.
“Incoming Fog, LA Basin,” oil on panel, 11"x14"
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and 50 vintage films on film history (1909–1921).
In addition, 2,000 books on art and 30,000 color slides of art, sculpture and architecture were donated to the USC
Art Division, a professional-training program serving underserved young adults who show genuine commitment and
passion for the visual arts!
thank
thank
you
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• Beim Foundation for the generous $15,000 Grant for
support of the Palos Verdes Art Center’s Special Mornings
program.
• Bella Beach for the proceeds of the Lunch with Lilly sale.
Proceeds from this special engagement were donated to support Palos Verdes Art Center programming.
• Paletteers for the $164 donation to support the Special
Mornings community outreach art program for children with
special needs.
for the new Events Plaza, and to Ann Buxton for beautifully
decorating the tree!
• Debbie Richardson and Virginia Butler for hosting the
most memorable annual Art Patrons Holiday Event!
• Rock & Brews, Redondo Beach, and Kong Toys for sponsoring Yappy Hour! Thank you to all the vendors who supported this lively and festive event!
• Mr. and Mrs. Reed L. Harman and Pam Hayne for their gift
in support of PVAC programming.
• Bennett Landscaping for the donation of a Christmas Tree
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JANUARY
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Keith Crown: The California Paintings and
Don Crocker: Colors of Twilight Exhibitions
run through March 16
FEBRUARY
1
Nuno Felted Scarf Workshop, 10 a.m.–4 p.m.
4
Friends of PVAC meeting, 9:30–11:30 a.m.
5
AAYF Workshop A, 8:45–11 a.m., PVAC Events Plaza
8One day glass-blowing workshop
9Watercolor On Yupo Workshop, 10 a.m.–4 p.m.
11
Gentle Yoga, 8–9 a.m. or Hatha Yoga 9:30–10:45 a.m.
12
AAYF Workshop B, 8:45–11 a.m., PVAC Events Plaza
13
Palm Springs Fine Arts Fair, through February 16
13
Art After Work, 6:30-9:30 p.m. Wine, appetizers, art!
22
All-Day Workshop: Total Immersion in Drawing &
Painting 9 a.m.–6 p.m.
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A Day In Ancient Rome Draw/Paint Workshop,
10 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
Middle School Mondays: Bookbinding. 2–3:30 p.m.
in memoriam
A gift was received in memory of:
Pat Curtis, from The Richard Leib & Sharon Rosen Leib Family Fund of the Jewish Community
Foundation
New! Friends of PVAC Formed. Volunteer Opportunities Await You!
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The Friends of PVAC is a new service group that will assist at PVAC activities. Members will welcome guests to the galleries,
including art openings, house tours, artists’ studio tours, and additional special events. The Friends will meet the first Tuesday
each month at 9:30 a.m. Meetings will consist of committee business and speakers. The Friends will also schedule art-related
trips and socials!
Jo Anne Weber, president of The Friends of PVAC, states, “I am looking forward to volunteering with a wonderful group of
people and enjoyiong the upcoming art exhibitis.”
The Friends are looking for new members. If you are interested please call Jo Anne Weber at 310-328-7875.
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Applications available at www.pvartcenter.org. Scholarships available in five catagories: Youth Artist, 2014 High School Graduate,
College Graduate, MFA Candidate, and Working Artists. For more information, please call Julia Parton 310-541-2479.
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2014 Alpay Scholarship Awards
MARCH
APRIL
2
Don Crocker Twilight Painting Demonstration,
PVAC members only, 4 p.m.
4Stained-Paper Collage With Watercolor Workshop,
9 a.m.–4 p.m.
4
Friends of PVAC meeting, 9:30–11:30 a.m.
4
5
AAYF Workshop A, 8:45–11 a.m., PVAC Events Plaza
8
All-Day Workshop: Total Immersion in Drawing &
Painting, 9 a.m.–6 p.m.
12
AAYF Workshop B, 8:45–11 a.m., PVAC Events Plaza 13
Art After Work, 6:30–9:30 p.m. Wine, appetizers, art!
14–21
15
Felted-Flower Brooches Workshop, 10 a.m.–1 p.m.
15
Chocolate Story, a holocost-survivor’s story with
Leon Protnick, Peninsula Center Library, 2–4 p.m.
For children ages 8+.
PVAC Members and Small Treasures Exhibition
Opening reception, 6–9 p.m.
11–12 2014 Homes Tour Extraordinaire,
“Palos Verdes Historic Homes of the 1920s,”
10 a.m.–4 p.m.
12–13 Malaga Cove Lawn Show and Art Sale, 10 a.m.–5 p.m.
People-to-People Exchange to Cuba.
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