San Francisco

Deborah Rem­ington

Dilexi Gallery

It is curious that this is Deborah Rem­ington’s first one-man show. She has shown in the now defunct King Ubu and Six Galleries and is at present an instruc­tor at the San Francisco Art Institute.

Miss Remington’s paintings are big and bright––even the blacks look bright. They are free without taking advantage of accident. Her palette is almost with­out tertiary color, with reds, yellows, blues and oranges predominating. Her central image throughout all these re­cent works is a highly abstracted land­scape. This underlying current seems to be a vital and reoccurring source of inspiration upon which Miss Remington draws with a great deal of skill and bravura. This exhibit is an altogether successful first.

James Monte