Los Angeles

Group Show

Gallery De Silva, Santa Barbara

Marking its first anniversary with a group showing by its stable of artists, the gallery covers a broad media range, paintings, mostly gouache and water color, drawings, sculpture, ceramics, prints, and batik. Most pieces are small. Americans represented are Douglass Parshall, William Hesthal, Vern and Marie Swansen, Forrest Hibbits, Olga Higgins, Margaret Hart, Marie Jaans, Gary Chafe, Tom Farmer, Saul Steinlauf, Bert Humphrey, Edward Dron, Stanley Mock, Larry Connoly, Linnaea Deyo, and Oscar Bucher. Foreign artists are Matabee Goto (Japan), Angel Bolivar (Mexico), Stella Popowski (Poland), Jan Lehner (Czechoslovakia).

Among the better works shown are several mysterious little gouaches by William Hesthal, lyric abstractions by Stella Popowski and cast bronze figures by Edward Dron.

James Monte