San Francisco

Robert Clutton

Hobbs Gallery

Clutton adopts the doubtful role of a shaman via Celtic and Pre Columbian iconography in his paintings. When he lays aside this priestly role as in a painting entitled Release, his sensibility as a contemporary artist re-asserts itself.

John Coplans

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