San Francisco

Maggie Glass

Ruthermore Gallery

These smooth quasi-mystical evocations of desert landscapes contrast with roughened personages of other-wordly dimensions. Her curious figures remind one of “L’Art Brut” practitioners Baj and Dubuffet.

James Monte

 

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