Los Angeles

James Hale

Paul Rivas Gallery

Highly stylized small steel, copper and bronze sculpture of extraordinary vitality has a built-in forceful dynamic exuding struggle and anxiety. Hale’s Woman Drying Hair is monumentally conceived and pays mystical homage to feminine gesture and grace.

Arthur Secunda

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