Fine Art Exhibitions

Ken Price – The exhibition, loaned by the La Jolla Athenaeum, featured original serigraphs commissioned for Price’s two most important illustrated books.

Tribute to Phenomenal: California Light, Space and Surface — The exhibition featured nine progenitors of California’s Light and Space movement of the 1960s and 1970s selected from among the 13 artists in the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego’s exhibit.

Maurice Braun – The exhibition featured San Diego’s most important early painter (1910-1940). A leading California Plein Air artist, Braun was a principal founder of the Fine Arts Gallery which is now the San Diego Museum of Art.  

The Woven World – The exhibition featured nine extraordinary textiles from Bhutan, Indonesia, Mexico, Iran, Romania, Japan, Peru and the Democratic Republic of Congo from the Mingei International Museum’s permanent collection of over 21,000 objects from 141 countries.

Hans Burkhardt The exhibition featured the original paintings of one of the more powerful expressionists in all of modern art, in honor of the San Diego Museum of Art. The paintings were loaned courtesy of the artist’s estate.

The Stuart Collection at UCSD –The exhibition featured proposal drawings, watercolors and paintings completed as preliminary studies for the eighteen outdoor sculptures and public art projects throughout the campus– acknowledged as one of the greatest collections of public art in America. 

Zandra Rhodes’ Designs for Aida – The exhibit featured signed Zandra Rhodes giclé prints of the wonderful sets and sumptuous costumes created by the designer for the opera Aida courtesy of the La Jolla Athenaeum in honor of the San Diego Opera.

 Portraits of American Heroes — Fine art photography by portrait photographer Thomas Sanders for multiple exhibitions sponsored by Belmont Village Senior Living prior to his national book tour for the publication The Last Good War, the Faces and Voices of WWII.