Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Sullivan Goss & Scott Hill Gallery

Two solo exhibitions on my calendar this year, the first taking place at Scott Hill Gallery in Dixon, California, Dixon is near Davis and not far from Sacramento. Scott is new to the gallery scene having only opened his doors last September. My show will open Saturday, June 13th.

The work will be a combination of new work, not previously exhibited, as well as some beautiful older pieces that need to be seen in a new venue. Like this image of Mt. Tamalpais that was featured in a show at the LA County Museum rental gallery several years ago and has not been out of the studio since.

Aerial View, Mt. Tamalpais
Oil on Birch Panel, 12x48"

The second exhibition will be with my primary dealer in Santa Barbara, Sullivan Goss - An American Gallery. I found out this week that the show had been moved from early September to early August with the caveat that it will run for 3 months through November 1st. A wonderful Fall slot which thrills me. My last show at the gallery was April 2007 so it's been 2 good years of painting and showing outside of Santa Barbara at other venues. I'll be ready with a truckload of new work... get ready!

Winter Shoreline
Oil on Birch Panel, 36x48"


Hillary Heydle said...

Oh we are ready!

Frank Goss said...

Susan Bush, the Contemporary Curator at Sullivan Goss and I visited the Strasburg Studio the week of July 4th and we were pleased and challenged by the recent work. There were several pieces that complemented work she had done several years ago, but there were many expressions in new areas and subjects. The most troubling and forceful were the images that recorded the recent Santa Barbara fires. These are indeed challenging, abrupt and forceful. But there were also many efforts in new subjects, some of the most intriguing were her compositions that related to tree and bramble branches. Her monochromatic and tonal palette gives a very fresh look to her work while still exploreing the delicate relation between realism and abstraction. I look forward to her exhibition.

Frank Goss

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