• Continuum by John Pearson: Oberlin Studio Art Professor John Pearson’s first exhibition in LA in almost 20 years has been well-received. “With pungent, synthetic color combinations that might have sprung from  the palette of Bridget Riley, the paintings also have an intelligence  and sensuous appeal that recall the hard-edge, early ’60s L.A. “Abstract  Classicism” of John McLaughlin, Lorser Feitelson, Frederick Hammersley  and Karl Benjamin. In his recent paintings, Pearson proves that there is  still a rich vein to be mined in geometric abstraction.” Read more of the review by clicking the picture.

    Continuum by John Pearson: Oberlin Studio Art Professor John Pearson’s first exhibition in LA in almost 20 years has been well-received. “With pungent, synthetic color combinations that might have sprung from the palette of Bridget Riley, the paintings also have an intelligence and sensuous appeal that recall the hard-edge, early ’60s L.A. “Abstract Classicism” of John McLaughlin, Lorser Feitelson, Frederick Hammersley and Karl Benjamin. In his recent paintings, Pearson proves that there is still a rich vein to be mined in geometric abstraction.” Read more of the review by clicking the picture.

    Nov
    09
    2011
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