Los Angeles

Lillian Delevoryas

Sabersky Gallery

Evocative black and white linear patterns in both her woodcuts and drawings prove Miss Delevoryas to be as competent technically as she is adroit in achieving dramatic effects through the juxtaposition of large decorative shapes in the form of trees and other aspects of nature. Her intricately designed graphics show the healthy influence of her Japanese sojourn and always display the epitome of taste. When working with pen and ink she is most poetic, sensitively restraining her line and meaningfully understating her versatility.

Arthur Secunda

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